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RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

Teresa Walker Last Updated April 1, 2016 61
2.0 /5 NOT Recommended

RVTL Anti-Aging

Read 12 User Reviews

Average User Rating:
1.1 out of 5 STARS

RVTL CreamThe internet is abuzz with “miracle” anti-aging products.  It seems like new ones come out every day, and believe me, it’s hard to keep up.

A reader recently asked us what we knew about a new one she’d heard about.  It’s called RVTL Anti-Aging.  Truthfully, We hadn’t heard about it, so we told her we’d give it a look.

RVTL Anti-Aging says that it “powerfully and effectively reduces wrinkles for good.”  And there are tons of additional benefits promised as well.

After using RVTL Anti-Aging, you’ll find yourself with:

  • Reduced under eye puffiness and dark circles.
  • Minimized dark spots and discolorations.
  • Soft, supple, well-hydrated skin.
  • Healthy, young-looking skin.

These, of course, are fabulous promises, but what we’re really concerned with is what RVTL Anti-Aging can actually deliver.  So we look beyond the promises to ingredients and customer reaction.

RVTL Anti-Aging Ingredients and How They Work

Unfortunately, the RVTL Anti-Aging website does not offer a complete ingredient list.  They do, however, mention a few of the highlights:

  • Extract from the Terminalia Chebula fruit which helps support and protect the moisture balance of the skin.  It performs triple duty by detoxifying, nourishing, and strengthening.
  • Collagen and Elastin to help repair and maintain the support structure of the skin.
  • Vitamin A which encourages skin cell regeneration for fresh new skin all the time.

The instructions are simple.  You can use RVTL Anti-Aging as an eye cream as well as a face cream, as it addresses puffiness and dark circles as well as wrinkles.  Just apply it after cleansing and allow a few minutes for it to absorb before apply any additional products.

RVTL Anti-Aging Reviews

Here’s where we run into a little trouble.  The only real customer reaction we could find came in the form of complaint about how RVTL Anti-Aging is a scam.  You see, this product is only sold using that deceptive “trial offer” we see so often.

They offer you a trial bottle for which you pay only a small shipping charge.  Only in the fine print do they let you know that by accepting the offer, you’re agreeing to join their monthly program where you’ll be sent a new jar of product each month for the charge of $99.95, and you’ll even be charged for that initial trial bottle.

Lots of customers have complained that they didn’t understand the terms when signing up, and that they’ve had trouble canceling their membership once they do realize what’s going on.

RVTL Anti-Aging Pros and Cons

Advantages of RVTL Anti-Aging

  • I can’t think of one.

Disadvantages of RVTL Anti-Aging

  • The ingredient list is not revealed.
  • It’s expensive.
  • There are no favorable RVTL Anti-Aging reviews other than website testimonials which we don’t tend to give much credence to.
  • The only way to purchase it is through the deceptive trial offer.


We can’t find one single reason to recommend that you try RVTL Anti-Aging.  There are good skincare products available, and some are even sold over the internet.  But RVTL Anti-Aging just isn’t one of them.  Don’t trust a product when they won’t even tell you what it’s made of.

I also encourage you to read my latest article Beware of Free Trials for Anti Aging Products – an Investigative Report

Have You Used RVTL Anti-Aging?  Leave Your Review Below!

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Lifecell Anti-Aging Treatment CreamI haven’t found a product yet that makes wrinkles vanish quicker than Lifecell – it works instantly to smooth those wrinkles!

Lifecell’s Nobel Prize winning ingredients is unmatched, and you can try it for FREE for 30 days!

Read my Lifecell review here or visit the Lifecell website  

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RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Feb 16, 2018 by 


I purchased this product through the same means as the others- trial order. I was also charged a substantial amount of money and had to call several times to get only a portion of my money returned and with that I had to threaten them with fraudulent charges through my bank. With each phone call – they seemed avoid the fact of the non permitted extreme charges and focused on asking “did the product work?”
I must say “yes” the products did work!! However with the prices and the fraudulent manipulation, is rather have a face lift!!!! The product I will give five stars but paired with the fraudulent misconduct they get only “1”. I’m sorry that you all experienced this however I’m glad to know I wasn’t alone.


RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Feb 09, 2017 by 

Lorrain Byrne

Just now trading standards have collected the cream and serum from me along with all my paperwork cancelling the subscription. Still they took £196.00 from my account. I contacted my bank and asked for a charge back saying the company had taken money from my account without my permission, I got an immediate refund. The cream and serum is now going to be tested as if you scroll right down to the bottom of their web page they declare that the cream had not been tested by the FDA so god knows what is in this cream. I did have an allergic reaction to this cream which is why trading standards are very interested. They are well aware of all the comments about this being a scam on the website and are taking this very very seriously, so if you have any cream left get in contact with your local trading standards office and as much paperwork as you can and if possible the original package the cream came in. What they are doing is wrong.

How can they get away with this crime!

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Jan 30, 2017 by 


Had exactly the same issue. But I received 2 jars of cream in one week last week, a call to ask what they were as I had not ordered anything and was told I subsribed in November! I confirmed I had not and as I had just received the items I would return for a full refund. I was advised the jars received were my dec and jan order and as I had not reported not received them on time i could not get my money back! A asked how I could report not receiving something a was not expecting to receive and they said sorry that was there policy! I said regardless of that policy I had received but had not ordered and that there paper work stated I could have a full refund with in 10 days of receiving with no questions asked ( the paper work even shows the items were shipped less than 10 days ago) they said this did not count as the orders should have been sent out earlier ( which clearly made no sense!) when I spoke to a managed after screamed at the first person they then went on to confirm they had now taken 3 payment one of £93 and two of £99 and they would not refund! This must be a crime! I will continue to try and get my money back!


RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Jan 25, 2017 by 

karen skern

This star is only here because I couldn’t submit a review without it. I signed up for a “free trial” (nowhere does it say this is a subscription) after seeing the cream apparently being endorsed by Victoria Beckham on Flipboard and thought I would give it a try, what a CON. I paid 3 charges totaling just under £10 and then to my horror checked my credit card account and saw 2 charges of £93 and £99!!! I called the company and after a lot of flannel I told them I wanted whatever subscription they thought I had to be cancelled and a full refund made. Was told they could offer me 40% there and then… To cut a long story short I told them they took money without my permission and this is fraud. I did get a refund for the £99 but only 70% for the £93 charge (which I took just to put and end to this stressful situation). I have read on the internet other stories from people being scammed going back years. Absolutely disgraceful that this is still going on. I am going to report them to Trading Standards (as I have an address in London) and will even attempt to go to the consumer affairs programme Watchdog as this should not be allowed to continue as they are getting money for nothing which basically is extortion and should be highlighted to stop other women being duped.

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Dec 22, 2016 by 

Bonita Awan

I tried this product and liked it but was shocked at the price of £99.93p !
I only found out the price when it appeared on my bank statement.
I phoned the company as I still had the advert on my phone. When I phoned to cancel they said as I like the product they can sell it to me at a monthly price of $49
which I thought was just about affordable
so agreed to continue receiving it at this new price but to my shock another £99.93p has just been deducted from my account. My bank has agreed to stop further payments but said as this has already been deducted I cannot stop this one! I am so angry that they lied to me! If they said they will now refund me the extra money I will not believe them.

Scam scam scam

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

2 out of 5 stars

Oct 16, 2016 by 


I fell for this scam …. it says free trial offer ,you pay postage ,but before you complete offer they offer another product … letting yoy think they will send thus as well , with in the postage already agreed … NO yoy pay another £4.34 . I recieved one product but not the other when I rang customer services , they then toldf me abt the charge of £99 … I cancelled straight away and sent the product back… costing another £4.45 . Please please be aware of this scam …

They got me

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Oct 12, 2016 by 


This company doesn’t deserve a one star rating.
Like everyone else, they completely got me. This company has taken £200 out of my bank account and left my bank account in minus. I feel angry, upset and disappointed that I fell for this but also how on earth is this acceptable? £200 for a pot of cream, I’m speechless……and skint.
Ladies beware and go to the shop for your cream!! Robbing Bastards.

rvtl cream

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Oct 12, 2016 by 

Valerie Grebezs

Total rubbish, total scam! do not buy it. Got 2 bills for £90 each. Not paying, changed all my bank detail and they will not get anything from me. not really one star, needs to be a zero in there


RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Apr 23, 2016 by 

B Breitenbach

I won’t even give this product a one star 1/2 is to good for this company. Rejuvolite

This product sucks. I got this product last week Thursday 14 Apr 2016 on a 14 day FREE TRIAL, paid for the S&H, I got to try the product for 9 days and nothing. It at best is just another cream you can go to Walmart and buy for 500 X less. Then today 23 Apr 2016 I had 2 charges on my bank account one 89.92 and 84.95, BEWARE the free trail is not a free trial they say it is a 14 day free trail on the product. How can it be a free 14 day trial but get to only try for 8 days and then get charged full price. Oh no they start the 14 day trial the day you ordered so you get roped into paying full price of 174.87 and really don’t get to try it. I talked to an agent named Brittany agent # 300 and she was defending the product and the company telling me now that I want to send it back and get a refund I have to pay a restock fee (ON A USED PRODUCT) of 15%. RIPOFF don’t waist your hard earned money.

Do you want to give your money away for free?

RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?

1 out of 5 stars

Mar 23, 2016 by 


This is legalised fraud with breach of contract.
There are four companies – so far! (No doubt new aliases will follow).
smartserumxtra, pureskin, ultradermaserum and silky-skin-serum.
You buy a risk free trial and inadvertently sign up to a conglomerate of companies all of which will debit your bank account even if you cancel within the 14 day cancellation period.
You will only receive the trial product – which under the terms you can return for a refund – but you will not get one!
Your account will be debited by around £300.00 and you will not receive any product for the charge.
The banks will not support you.
Trading Standards will not help as the company is based in Cyprus and therefore not a part of the EU.
Also – just to rub salt into the wound – it doesn’t work according to the girls I bought it for!!!

1.1 5.0 12 12 I purchased this product through the same means as the others- trial order. I was also charged a substantial amount of money and had to call several times to get only a portion of RVTL Anti-Aging Review – Is RVTL Anti-Aging a Scam?



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Q: i have got some rvtl anti aging cream abd I was wondering how to use it once in the morning and once when I go to bed or something different.many thanks mrs janet martin -janet

A: Janet, most anti aging creams you'll want to use twice a day after cleansing, once in the morning and once before bed. Let me know how you like this cream. This scam has been circulating for quite some time. Be advised they're going to bill you the full price on the 14th day when the free trial is over, and  bill you about $90, then send it to you every 30 days and it's hard to cancel. Rachel

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Q: Does rvtl have anything to do with the other large face cream company Olay? As one of their adverts says that Olay have sued them and won the case and it states that the cream is an okay cream, then proceeds to offer the free trial offers with only paying postage and packing etc, but from then in has no mention of Olay at all. Is this a further extension of their scam or does Olay really own this product now? -Susie

A: Susie, this is a scam, don't buy into that. I am always amazed at the stuff they come up with. Olay doesn't have anything to do with RVTL. Rachel

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Q: I want my money refunded back as of today -Wendy

A: Wendy, please read: Skin Care Free Trials - Cancellation Phone Numbers. I am not the one charging you and you didn't buy this cream from me. If you read the post you left this comment on, you would see that it was a big fat warning against buying RVTL. Thanks, Rachel

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Q: This is a SCAM company . Is their return address Genuine ? -R Jade

A: R Jade, I'm not sure of the address but RVTL's phone number is (877)880-7726. You could give them a call and ask what their return address is. Or, assuming you have their product and want to ship it back, you could demand a refund, and threaten to report them to the BBB, your state's attorney general's office and the FTC if they don't cooperate. Tell them you're not spending your money to return their scam product. Play hardball with them and see how it goes. Good luck! Rachel

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  1. Chris November 12, 2016 at 10:25 am - Leave A Comment

    SCAM SCAM. I ordered the free trial, afterwards I realised what I had done and telephoned the company to cancel, they offered the product at reduced rates, I said I wanted to cancel and he said a confirmation email would be sent. No email. My bank contacted me to notify me about the unusual transaction, so they took the shipping fee. I asked my bank to put a block on the company, which they have done, but warned they may try and take money under a different name. They should be closed down. I won’t even try the trial cream when it arrives, stick to the products we know ladies.

  2. Dolly May 3, 2016 at 4:51 pm - Leave A Comment

    It is amazing that they can do this. I too fell for this scam and am now in collections for $130.00.
    They advertisement for this product was completely false and deceptive.

    In my case, the credit card that was provided to them expired and they were not able to continue billing it, BUT they did send me to collections a year later.

    I plan to contact BBB . I just can’t believe that they would be allowed to continued with these practices.

  3. Max February 21, 2016 at 8:49 pm - Leave A Comment

    Like a lamb to the slaughter.
    I took up the Ratliff trial offer. Paid just the postage. Cream arrived. As I have a skin condition I then decided to read the reviews. Shocked to say the least. I rang the uk telephone number as my sample had been posted in cypress. I told them that my skin had had a reaction so I was returning the sample and under no circumstances was any more monies to be taken from my account. I had paid on visa. The woman I spoke to agreed. She spoke perfect English. I put the cream into another container and sent the empty original jar back with an accompanying letter. I sent it recorded delivery so I could track the item. I never heard another thing. A lesson learnt!!!!!

  4. Maureen February 12, 2016 at 8:56 pm - Leave A Comment

    Total scam! They get you to order a supposedly free trial size and never get back to you! They only keep charging you! I was charged a total of $200+ dollars for one lousy jar of cream! If you ever see RVTL, run as fast as you can!

  5. nicola January 13, 2016 at 11:26 pm - Leave A Comment

    I have been gullible and ordered this “free trial” I received item yesterday. Can someone please advise me of action to take.

    Many thanks

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel January 14, 2016 at 2:01 am - Leave A Comment

      Nicola, you should call and cancel your free trial right away, RVTL’s phone number for customer service is 877-880-7726. If the trial period is already over (14 days since the day you ordered), then you’ve already been billed the $89 or so for the full price of the cream. There might not be much you can do about that, but you can ask them if they’ll give you 50% refund if you return the product. Sometimes they’ll do that if you really demand it and threaten to report them to the BBB and your Attorney General’s office. Good luck!

  6. Robine January 7, 2016 at 12:53 pm - Leave A Comment

    This is totally Scam The company is not in US it is in Pakistan and they just Fool people by hidden charges
    I can give you Proof Just talk them in Urdu or Hindi they will listen to you if you have some friends from Pakistan and India request them to call there call center and talk in urdu language and absue them they will said something

    The Company Address is Suit No# 808-809 Fortune Center Nursery Main Shahra-e-Faisal Karachi Pakistan

    You can also conform them by Chamber of commerce karachi pakistan
    the company registered name is ePlanet Communication
    Out sourcing Call center
    But they are playing with you

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel January 7, 2016 at 5:31 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Robine, thanks so much for your insightful comment. I’m not surprised RVTL is out of Pakistan. Many of these scam creams originate in foreign countries, many of them in South America. All of my Top 3 Anti-aging Creams are made in the US and have good customer service. No outsourcing! 🙂


  7. Clive December 30, 2015 at 1:20 pm - Leave A Comment

    It’s just a scam and they take your money. It’s not strictly illegal as they tell you what will happen in the small print (which you never read) but certainly will be very soon.
    Just cancel asap and return the useless cream.

  8. Amanda November 23, 2015 at 3:25 am - Leave A Comment

    Yup. I should have known, if it sounds too good to be true it most definitely is. I just placed my order and felt uncomfortable about the transaction after I did it. It said I would receive and email confirmation and did not. However if I checked my credit card acct they did charge the amounts of shipping. I called the credit card company and they can’t block it until the charge posts, but they warned me these scam companies know they could be blocked so sometimes charge your account again under a different company name. I called the 800number that was given to me when I placed my order. Let me tell you it was very unsettling that I did not tell the person on the other end of the line any info- and he knew my first & last name and my email. How did he know this without asking me a single question other than what was the item I ordered?? Well he gave me a confirmation # that I wouldn’t receive anything or incur any charges. I received an email for each item that was ordered and given confirmation that they cancelled the shipment and discarded my payment info. But after reading all of this I am still so concerned. I will check my credit account religiously to make sure no further charges are made and I will have them blocked. I’m probably going to just get a new card all together. I hope I don’t lose out on this, I don’t have money for people to e stealing from me!

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel November 23, 2015 at 4:43 pm - Leave A Comment

      Amanda, thanks for your comment. RVTL is definitely one of the bad short term trial scams. I’m glad you got through, and you’re right, they seem to always change the company name that’s next to the billing charge. It’s all part of their scam to try and hide their activity. If you have time, check out my #2 Top Cream, Kollagen Intensiv. Great company I’ve recommended for almost five years. Starting tomorrow Kollagen Intensiv will be 25% off, you can use the code WBTBF2015. I haven’t published this yet, you’re the first to know! 🙂

  9. Tony September 30, 2015 at 12:20 pm - Leave A Comment

    Thank goodness I used my credit card, these scammers took 95 and 89 pounds from my card as well as p&p then even after I had spoken to my card supplier and they had put a block on the four separate names used they took another 95 pounds two days later using another company name.
    My card supplier refunded in full so in future please ensure you all use a credit card.

  10. Amanda September 29, 2015 at 12:46 pm - Leave A Comment

    I hesitate to comment here as my small business has been personally involved in this awful scam. Not only are they misleading and defrauding the public but they are using our company name as ‘contact’ details and also in their search optimisation which means our name is constantly coming up alongside this awful company selling RVTL. I CANNOT UNDERSTAND why they have not been taken down. They have so many websites and are obviously a large company, but no one seems to be able to do anything about it. Its about time big organisations like Google took a look at this type of thing.

  11. Tanya September 8, 2015 at 3:35 pm - Leave A Comment

    SCAM!!! Do NOT buy it!!! I googled it immediately after receiving the so called “product” and read the reviews. Phoned them on 020 3014 0761 (UK) and was told that if I unsubscribe ( I never subscribed in the first place) they will not take any further payments.When confronted that their T&C did not mention any subscription or amount, the guy admitted such subscription was’t listed,but if the product is not returned within 14 days, they will assume that I like it and, to make it easier for me , they will “subscribe” me?! to receive it on monthly basis for only?! £89.00. I returned it today as a Signed For Parcel ( proof of postage) and went to my bank to give instructions to cancel any payments from this card, apart from the Direct Debits, confirming them one by one. To my surprise, the assistant said this scam was on the UK market for ages but, usually complains are received after the £89.00 ( the full charge) is already taken from customer’s account, that the payment of £ 2.95 will be cancelled and any further payments, apart from the DDs will be blocked. Thank you all for the website and the reviews, which proved to be very helpful and I was able to act immediately. I will advise anyone, who already ordered the “sample” to call the above phone number to obtain the RMA (RETURN MERCHANDIZE AUTHORIZATION) – without this you won’t be able to return the product! And contact your bank IMMEDIATELY !

    • Arla Knittel September 21, 2015 at 8:55 pm - Leave A Comment

      I have been totally ripped off too. Even my Visa card tried to get my money back but no luck. Would the Attorney General of our State be able to help?

      • Rachel Vrabel
        Rachel Vrabel September 23, 2015 at 4:12 am - Leave A Comment

        Arla, it wouldn’t hurt to report to your Atty Gen and also file an online claim with the RVTL Better Business Bureau. But usually if you keep the “free” trial more than the 14 day trial period, they will charge you the full price and then you’re stuck. Just make sure you’re cxld moving forward. Good luck and thanks for your comment.

  12. Jools September 4, 2015 at 2:57 pm - Leave A Comment

    Hi there, it’s now september 2015 and these people are STILL getting away with it. They have managed to get £600 out of my bank account leaving me overdrawn and unable to pay my bills. I’ve been in floods of tears over this and utterly shocked that this can happen. my bank have cancelled my card to to these creeps from stealing more of my money. Stupidly, I saw the “verified by visa” sign on the advert as a kind of guarantee of fair trading. I was wrong. My bank have told me (I don’t blame them as it isn’t their responsibility) that they cannot refund my money. I do, however think that due to the number of complaints they say that they have received, that they should not allow “visa verified” to be associated with this sharp practise business.

  13. Joan August 26, 2015 at 11:55 am - Leave A Comment

    hi Rachel
    I to have been fooled by the rvtl scam .I have been on to my bank to stop any further payments and they have cancelled my card.
    thank you for the warning.


    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel August 28, 2015 at 5:43 pm - Leave A Comment

      Joan, I’m glad you found my post and were able to stop them in their tracks! It’s all you can do. Let me know if you’re still in the market for a good cream and I’ll be happy to recommend something for you.

  14. NM Wond June 1, 2015 at 5:11 pm - Leave A Comment

    Fell for it. Have now had card cancelled and am still trying to get a response from them while to get refund. Have been e mailing them for over two weeks. Very busy!!!

    • Joan July 30, 2015 at 10:13 pm - Leave A Comment

      RVTL and Equinox are scams. You will never get your money back. I hope people see this before they get caught in it.

  15. Abbie March 25, 2015 at 1:47 am - Leave A Comment

    Please can you provide me the information to cancel any orders/ subscription to rvtl I have read so many complaints,I do not want dealings with this company.
    Thank you in advance for any information and help you can give me.

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel March 26, 2015 at 2:54 pm - Leave A Comment

      Abbie, I googled RVTL phone number and their contact page came up with the following message:

      If you have any questions about the Agreement, Product or about the practices of Company, please feel free to call us at 1-855-294-1035 Mon – Fri from 9am – 6pm MST.


    • TJ May 16, 2015 at 6:32 am - Leave A Comment

      DO NOT order this cream!!! They send you their little bitty sample for the shipping.. which is fine.. Then a few days to week later your account is hit.. Mine for 89.97 today!!! Go online and read the reports.. They are taking money over and over out of accounts.. .I have to cancel my card to get this stopped! DO NOT ORDER THIS

  16. Aggie Villanueva January 21, 2015 at 4:50 pm - Leave A Comment

    I can review RVTL & the sister, Equinox. They are the best thing I ever used on my face/neck. I’m only 60 but severe health challenges’ pain has written all over my face. I didn’t tell anyone I was trying something new and within 4 days friends were saying I never looked healthier and that I even looked like a different woman (the old ME! ha) The products work superbly.

    But I was ripped off too just like everyone else here. So after being billed for $300 or so before I realized it, and only ever receiving my “free” trial, I cancelled.

    I can’t find another similar product. Read all I could online of products with similar claims. Now use LifeCell but the longer I use it the older my face looks so I found some small reseller online and bought a few jars of RVTL, all she had, but they won’t last long. I use them along with the LifeCell and am now getting the old great results again.

    Do you know of some product much better than LifeCell? Something that works as great as RVTL, which I’ll never buy again from this crooked company? Thankx for all your time and help to all of us in this issue. You’re great yourself!

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel January 24, 2015 at 4:43 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Aggie! Thanks for much for stopping by to comment. If you want to try a great cream that’s more moisturizing than Lifecell, I recommend Kollagen Intensiv. It’s my #2 top cream and I’ve used it for years with great results (on and off – I kind of rotate between my top 3 products). I honestly can’t personally comment on how RVTL works because I’ve never tried it and they don’t post their ingredients so it’s hard to give an alternate recommendation for something that might be similar. If you can take a snapshot of the ingredients I might be able to investigate but I think you would love the Kollagen Intensiv. I’ve never met anyone who didn’t love it after they tried it!

      • Aggie Villanueva June 6, 2015 at 12:40 pm - Leave A Comment

        Thankx Rachel. I just put in my order for Kollagen Intensiv. I’ll let you know how it works for me.

        • Rachel Vrabel
          Rachel Vrabel June 10, 2015 at 5:50 pm - Leave A Comment

          Aggie, you will love Kollagen Intensiv! It’s so soothing and plumping and great for sensitive skin. That would be great if you could let me know how you like it!

  17. ELAINE ONeill December 27, 2014 at 4:11 pm - Leave A Comment

    Just checked my bank and three payments have come out the p&p 2.99 then a 4.95 then a 99p. It came but wasnt a trial pack it was in large pots. PENNY DROPPED STRAIGHT AWAY !! I phoned bank and cancelled my card. If they want the stuff vack let them come and collect it they have my address .

  18. Suzie Morel December 3, 2014 at 12:28 am - Leave A Comment

    When I read this article I called the telephone number you gave. The first time I was cut off – the second call I suggested they did not cut me off again and I then managed to cancel my account with them. I asked for and they gave me a cancellation no and I see as I am writing to you that I have just received an email to confirm that.

    I use the number with the USA prefix 001

    hope everyone else has the same luck. Thanks for the information – I would never have guessed until I had the problem


    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel December 3, 2014 at 5:16 pm - Leave A Comment

      Thanks for your comment and I’m glad my article helped you. Let me know if I can help recommend something for you from a reputable company if you’re still interested in purchasing a good wrinkle cream. Are they requiring that you send the unused cream back?

      • Suzie Morel December 3, 2014 at 8:34 pm - Leave A Comment

        Hi Rachel

        no they did not request my returning my creams – which I had not even opened before I read your blog.

        The sample creams were sent from a UK address but I rang the USA tel no you gave and they got my account details from my telephone number.

        I had the feeling that they know they are in trouble and were just ok with unsubscribing me.

        however I have not looked at my latest CC invoice yet to see if I have been charged more. I will let you know if I have or if anything else occurs.

        Yes I would be interested to know of a good anti wrinkle cream – but also just a simple face nourishing cream for older – outdoor living woman!

        Thanks to you


        • Rachel Vrabel
          Rachel Vrabel December 3, 2014 at 9:45 pm - Leave A Comment

          Hi Suzie, I would recommend Kollagen Intensiv for you. It’s a collagen boosting anti-aging cream that plumps wrinkles and also works well to even skin tone. It’s one of my favorites and I’ve been back to using it these last couple of months. It’s actually 25% right now through Dec. 31 so it’s a good time to try it. They also have a 90 day money back guarantee if you’re not happy. Regular price is $49 for a 2 oz tub but with the sale it comes out to about $38. That size should last you a couple of months. I recommend using a small plastic spoon to scoop it out so as to keep contaminants out of the tub (since it’s not a pump). I like this cream for how it feels, and it absorbs nicely (not greasy). It’s also good for sensitive skin, as it doesn’t have much of a fragrance to it, which I like. It’s a bit more moisturizing than Lifecell so if you’re an outdoorsy woman it’ll feel great and nourishing going on at night after you’re all cleaned up! 🙂 Good luck and let me know if you have questions.

          • Suzie Morel December 4, 2014 at 7:07 pm -

            Hello Rachael

            Thank you for your ideas of using Kollagen intensive. Recently I have tried Elizabeth Arden Ceramide day and night creams. Have you done any research on these and how do they compare with what you recommended?

            Also years ago I used Estee Lauder Advanced night repair. I used to think this was good but the effect stopped when i stopped using it. What do you think of this Estee Lauder product and how do both of these differ from the product you suggested

            I am 72 and work outdoors a lot. I notice that my skin often feels better if I just apply cream on cream and do not cleanse but I see this is probably a waste as the expensive ingredients are not being absorbed by the skin – what so you think?

            Many thanks Suzie

          • Rachel Vrabel
            Rachel Vrabel December 4, 2014 at 11:21 pm -

            Hi Suzie, I do have a few reviews of Elizabeth Arden’s products, one is for the Ceramide Cream (you can search the search box on my home page and type in “Elizabeth Arden” to look through some of my other product reviews. Elizabeth Arden is a good company that’s been around a long time with proven ingredients, however I’ve never personally used them for any length of time.

            I did however use Estee Lauder’s TimeZone for years and wondered why my face was always so greasy – I believed for a long time that all of the big name brands were the best but that’s not always the case. I have tried the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair and I wasn’t crazy about the serum, it was a little thick for me (I believe that’s the one in the dark brown bottle with the dropper). When it comes to a serum, my absolute favorite are the serums in the Stages of Beauty line of products – it goes on feeling almost like water and my face just drinks it up, and it doesn’t leave me sticky which is my main complaint when it comes to serums. Your skin would probably do just fine using their “Grace” line. Dior is another line I used for quite some time and it also left me greasy and their products are all very fragrant causing me some redness.

            Regarding cleansing, it’s extremely important to cleanse morning and night, it helps to shed the dead lifeless skin from your face and encourage the exfoliation process to bring new, healthy cells to the surface for younger looking skin. If you’re working outdoors a lot (gardening etc) you’ll more than likely have sweat and debris build up that you need to remove, especially before bed! And you’re right, the cleaner your skin is and free from debris, the deeper your anti aging treatment will be able to penetrate. I couldn’t live without exfoliating on top of cleansing. My wrinkles always seem to diminish after a good scrub. 🙂

            I would say the main difference that I notice using Kollagen Intensiv is that is gives my skin the perfect amount of moisture without being greasy and it leaves my skin soft and softens my wrinkle lines. It basically has no fragrance, which I like (works well even if your skin is sensitive), and it helps to reduce the redness in my skin to give me a more evened skin tone. I’ve been told by my Dr. that I have “vascular” skin, so any irritants (i.e. strong botanical ingredients or strong fragrances) cause me to become very pink and blotchy. Not a good look! Let me know if you have any more questions.

          • Suzie Morel December 5, 2014 at 12:19 am -

            HI Rachael

            Thanks you so much – great advice – I will take the products I just bought back to the shop and try your advice!

            I understand the cleaning – will give it a go
            I will let you know how I get on but for now just thank you

            Blessing Suzie

        • Sondra August 24, 2015 at 9:43 pm - Leave A Comment

          Hi ladies I am trying to cancel this for my mum who was duped. Would you recommend I contact the USA number even though it wad ordered from the UK site & sent to Ireland?

          • Rachel Vrabel
            Rachel Vrabel August 25, 2015 at 3:02 pm -

            Sondra, I would use whatever number is on your credit card statement. Certainly try with the US #, actually HAVING a # is half the battle with these scams! G/L!

  19. mary wright November 6, 2014 at 3:36 pm - Leave A Comment

    the phone no yall gave me to cancel was not an existing number and I haven’t been able to cancel ,you keep debiting y account and ive received nothing, however im contacting the BBB and reporting this as a scam!

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel November 6, 2014 at 10:12 pm - Leave A Comment

      Mary, I’m sorry but I don’t sell RVTL or any other products for that matter, I simply write reviews. You’ll have to try to get in touch with RVTL directly, I found this contact info from their website, give this number a try, or it says you can email them to cancel. I would do both.
      If you have any questions about the Agreement, Product or about the practices of Company, please feel free to call us at 1-855-294-1035 Mon – Fri from 9am – 6pm MST.
      Following e-mail address can be used for cancellations of recurring billing.
      Customer Support: [email protected]

      • p clark November 7, 2014 at 5:29 pm - Leave A Comment

        hi mary I had the same problem. The first thing I did was contact my bank and told them that if this company tried to take money they were not to pass payment. They were really good and blocked them. Next I e.mailed them every day through their site where it tells you how to cancel. I did eventually get a reply saying that I would not receive anymore productd and that my bank details had been deleted. Hope this helps

  20. Jeremy Beckett October 23, 2014 at 12:55 pm - Leave A Comment

    I have experienced the exact same rip off as thousands of others. The companies RVTL and Equinox are USA based.I have contacted the FBI and reported a crime.You might also like to consider the semantics of your comment. YOU give 14 days to use 30 days of product which I must return prior to the end of 14 days to qualify for a free trial that costs £184. Once returned you get to keep £20 per product and the one you don’t bother to send is just tough luck. It just NOT stack up. You know this illegal so STOP NOW and come clean. If you are brain dead then you will only have your self to blame when they come to handcuff you. Would you put up with the bile you put out there? I don’t think so. If everyone else who has been ripped off does the same then these guys are going down. This is my last comment to RVTL Equinox.
    This an advert STATING it is a Free trial so don’t let them tell you they don’t offer one

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel October 23, 2014 at 2:20 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Jeremy, I’m sorry you’ve had to go through this. I get so many comments from pissed off consumers such as yourself, that I just wrote an in depth investigative report on wrinkle cream scams. If you could help me share this article, that would be great. Thanks for taking the time to comment. And if you are still in the market for a wrinkle cream, let me know what your issues are so I can recommend something for you from a reputable company.

  21. p.clark October 6, 2014 at 4:51 pm - Leave A Comment

    one of the many who has been ripped off. Why has the consumer council or someone like that not stepped in to stop this. It is not just a couple of pounds that people can write off it is a lot of money for nothing. I agree with m rogers they should be closed down and made to pay back every one they have conned

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel October 6, 2014 at 5:39 pm - Leave A Comment

      P, unfortunately many of these companies base themselves out of countries with no extradition policy such as Panama or Venezuela, etc. so there are no legal ramifications. I’m not sure this is the case with RVTL, but it is with many other wrinkle cream scams. They set up shop, scam as many people as they can, and then once the public catches on, they just change up the names of the products, the packaging, and create new sales pages. This is why I try to write about new scams as soon as I see them. I’m sorry this happened to you. If you’re looking for an anti-aging cream from reputable sources, I encourage you to check out my Top 3 Wrinkle Creams. Thanks for taking the time out of your day to comment!

  22. linda ann October 2, 2014 at 5:27 pm - Leave A Comment

    Hi there same thing happened to me thought it was a free trial paid 2.99 post and packing was only when i received the product,that my husband starting saying to me why would a company give you 96 pound cream for 2.99 so my husband went on internet and seen that a lot off woman had been complaining about the company taking out there i had only had the cream two days what i found amazing by the way that my husband called them and canceled it he told the person on the other end off the phone i had used it and was told to send what was in the pot back to them i paid another 3.95 for post and packing. i wont lie though i thought the cream was amazing it a couple off days using it day and night under another cream i use my skin looked much better i am 52 have no wrinkles but have very large pores they strank no joke so my husband went on to ebay and bought me the same cream from a seller for 20 pound

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel October 3, 2014 at 3:37 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Linda, I’m glad you caught the scam before they were able to continue to bill you, let me know how it works out for you. I don’t recommend buying creams from ebay however, because it was probably someone’s left over from a trial trying to get rid of it and not from the manufacturer. These products have shelf lives, so you can’t be sure that it’s fresh. Thanks for your comment!

  23. sylvia neesom September 26, 2014 at 12:48 pm - Leave A Comment

    I also fell for this scam…I am 70yrs old and got such a shock to see they had taken £184.00 from my account as £150.00 of that money was to cover my utiliy bills which I will not be able to pay till I can sort somethig out…it’s very worrying

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel September 26, 2014 at 2:18 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Sylvia, Thanks for taking the time to comment. I’m sorry RVTL was successful in pulling the wool over your eyes so to speak, but you’re certainly not alone. I wish that more women would use the search function on to search for products they are considering before they buy, but it’s often the other way around. People get scammed and then realize how much they’ve been charged and then start searching for similar stories and advice. Please make sure you cancel the “free” trial before they are able to bill you for any more product. And I hope you will browse our reviews in the future 🙂 Have a wonderful day.

  24. hazra rashid August 16, 2014 at 1:01 pm - Leave A Comment

    ba aware of this company Rvtl anti aging cream .when I saw it online I thought let me try it .it was a free try and paid £4.99 I order it l haven’t even finished the first bottle I received another a went for holidays came back I received another bottle. l try to phone the number is out of service I went to the bank they have corned me £95.95. Three times now l don’t know what to do.

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel September 9, 2014 at 3:50 am - Leave A Comment

      Hi Hazra, Thank you for your comment, and I’m sorry you’ve had a bad experience with what I like to call “short term free trial scams.” Unfortunately companies like this have a very short trial period (14 days) before they stick you with the full bill, and then continue to bill you each month thereafter and send you new product. If it’s any concilation, I’d like to offer you my free ebook called Wrinkles No More. It’s a complete skin care guide to understanding your skin, tips and tricks, and home remedies and it’s absolutely free. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment, and I encourage you to be persistent, try emailing or cancel your credit card altogether if you have to and dispute the charges.

  25. BEN BENAZIZA July 6, 2014 at 12:34 pm - Leave A Comment

    I am also a victim of this scam. I also paid willingly 2.99 on card for postage ONLY TO GET THE SHOCK OF MY LIFE when this deceptive company charged me 99.95 and 89.95 for a product I did not request.

    My bank promised promised to stop any further charges and were reluctant to dispute.

    Caveat Emptor!!

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel July 6, 2014 at 10:22 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Ben,
      I’m sorry you had a bad experience with this company but I’m glad that you caught it. Unfortunately with many of the “free trial” offers, they don’t make their terms completely clear even though in the fine print you will have agreed to be charged for the product. On top of that, they usually don’t give you enough time between purchasing, shipping and receiving to make an informed decision with whether or not you want to keep it. You have to be really careful with these. There are reputable companies out there however that are very good with their canceling and return policies, but from the feed back we’ve encountered, RVTL may not be one of them. If you’re in the market for a great anti aging moisturizer, NOT sold as a free trial, check out my review on Kollagen Intensiv. It works as a collagen plumper and also reduces dark spots. I’ve used it with great results.

  26. leean May 17, 2014 at 11:26 am - Leave A Comment

    I fell for this too and purchased it but luckily i noticed about the other charges and phoned the following morning and cancelled it but she said it had already been shipped but they have sent me two emails both saying my membership has been cancelled do u think i should still contact my bank

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Williams May 17, 2014 at 9:46 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Leean,

      Since they sent you the two emails, you’re probably fine, but it couldn’t hurt to let your bank know that you don’t want to accept charges from RVTL.


  27. Rose Daisey April 8, 2014 at 1:09 am - Leave A Comment

    I thought i was getting a free rail and then was charged $105.95 and 99.95 some free trail for something that doesn’t do anything > I want my money back and for you to cancel and further orders. You made sure people wouldn’t call you to cancel as you put no info with the orders with any contact info on it.

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Williams April 8, 2014 at 11:57 pm - Leave A Comment

      Hi Rose,

      I’m so sorry to hear you were scammed. We are a review site. We don’t sell RVTL Anti-Aging, in fact we recommend that you don’t either. I looked up the customer service number on their website. It’s 1-877-316-1865. You’ll need to give them a call to cancel. Good luck Rose.


  28. Anne February 4, 2014 at 1:27 am - Leave A Comment

    I thought I was getting a free trial and then was charged two separate charges for $99 and $93. I am so mad. This is a SCAM!!! I have changed all my bank account info and they are disputing it so im not sure what will happen after that but as of right now I keep calling the company back at 1-877-316-1865 and talking to everyone there. No one knows anything and they refuse to give me my money back and then hang up on me. It makes me sick to know that people do this to other people.

  29. jacqui pollock December 29, 2013 at 12:02 am - Leave A Comment

    I have been scammed by the anti wrinkle serum RVTL, AFTER THE FREE TRIAL THEY TOOK OUT MY BANK ACCOUNT TWO AMOUNTS OF MONEY ONE WAS FOR £95 POUNDTHE OTHER £85 POUND,this is awful for people to do that, I felt physically sick to my stomach and had to cancel my bank account what a lot of stress I have been put under,

  30. Hermajtomomi November 28, 2013 at 1:57 pm - Leave A Comment

    I am not a spammer, nor a scammer but I know some people who are – the crooked company that peddles these admittedly good products but at an extortionate price having led customers to believe they were genuinely getting a free trial. After returning the product and a lot of chasing on the phone, these con-artists tell me they are paying me £60 compensation after I spent £184 on their stuff. An admin fee of up to 15% woukd be fair enoung but for the basatrds to pocket £124 of my hard-earned cash is not on. They have just been sent a very angry but not too abusive email threatening them with the Small Claims Court. Whether it will do any good I don’t know. But it’s definitely a case of buyer beware.

    • m rogers December 31, 2013 at 6:45 pm - Leave A Comment

      just fell for same scam paid 2.99 on card for postage.. finance details held on file if thats legal
      then used to take £89.00 after 14 days. now they are trying to wriggle out of the 30 day 100% full refund

      should be closed down …..


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