Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum

Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum Review

It’s a simple fact that as we get older, most of us don’t want to to look our age.  One of the nicest compliments we can receive comes when someone guesses that we are younger than we are.  So it stands to reason that the search for the fountain of youth is big business.  But does any anti wrinkle product work?  The truth is, there are some ingredients that do help reduce wrinkles.  The active ingredients in Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum are peptides, which can, according to the Mayo Clinic, help reduce wrinkles.  This product is often paired with an anti aging moisturizer called Vitaderm and sometimes Kollagen Intensiv, which boosts collagen production.

aqualift anti aging wrinkle creamAqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum Ingredients and How They Work

Young skin contains lots of collagen, which keeps it looking firm and plump.  As we age, our skin produces less and less collagen.  When collagen breaks down, it forms peptides, small protein fragments, that signal our skin to create more collagen.  Wrinkle reducing products that contain peptides “trick” our skin into believing it needs to produce more collagen.  When we produce more collagen, our skin appears smoother and more full.  Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum contains a peptide called Polymoist-PS Complex, which is an ingredient that can be found in some of our Top Wrinkle Creams.

It comes in the form of a serum, which is important because it delivers the peptides deep into the layers of your skin where it is needed.  It also contains moisturizers to keep skin looking young and hydrated.  For best results, Aqualift recommends that you use the serum twice daily, once in the morning and once at night.  Simply wash and dry your face, then apply Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum all over your face and neck.  Allow it to absorb fully before applying makeup.  This step is important because peptides will only work if they reach the deeper layers of skin where collagen is created.

Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum Pros and Cons

With that said, there are pros and cons to weigh when deciding on any purchase.  Sometimes, the disadvantages are too glaring to ignore.

Advantages of Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum

  • Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum contains peptides, which have been shown to increase collagen production and reduce wrinkles.
  • Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum offers a free trial.

Disadvantages of Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum

  • Really it’s just one very big disadvantage.  Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum appears to be just a scam.  Let me explain.  Aqualift is only available online, yet they don’t have a website.  It’s hard to trust a company when you can’t really find  them.  If you do a search for Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum, you will find sites advertising a “14-Day Free Trial”.
  • If you look a little further, you will find that it’s not really a free trial at all.  When you order the free trial, you are automatically enrolled in their monthly auto delivery program.
  • If you don’t call Aqualift to cancel within 14 days of ordering the product, they will charge you $74.99 for the “free” product you already received.
  • And unless you cancel, they will continue to send you the product and charge you $74.99 every month.  The terms of canceling are very restrictive as well.  In order to avoid the $74.99 charge for the “free trial”, your cancellation must occur within 14 days of placing your order, not receiving your product.  That’s hardly enough time to test a product that claims results in 28 days.

To educate yourself on the free trial scams that are running rampant, check out our review on NuvaLift and Puravol, it will shock you!

Where to Buy Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum

Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum appears to only be available through the “free trial” offer/auto enrollment program on the internet.  The cost is $74.99 per month plus shipping and handling.


Aqualift Wrinkle Reducing Serum may have some value as a product, but I wouldn’t recommend trying it.  There are plenty of online marketing scams, and I believe this is one.  Even the packaging is suspect.  There are several other wrinkle cures that are also only available through the same sort of negative option free trial offers, and they all come in similar looking packaging.  I suppose if you are very organized and can be certain that you will be able to meet the cancellation deadline, you might want to give it a try.  In my opinion, there are so many wrinkle creams to choose from, I’d steer clear of this one.

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Q: Is this the real aqua lift wrinkle serum, where can I buy it an what is the cost an all benefits from this serum an when can I see the result an all ingrdients in this serum is this an chemical free serum ? -rosemary

A: Rosemary, as I stated in my Aqualift review, this is pretty much a scam - it's a 14 day free trial then they bill you $90 on the 14th day and keep shipping it to you monthly, impossible to cancel. If you're looking for a trusted anti-aging treatment, go with my top recommendation Kollagen Intensiv. I've used it for years with great results. Rachel

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Rachel is Chief Editor of Women’s Blog Talk and writes reviews across the spectrum of anti-aging, health and beauty. She has an English degree from USF and worked in finance for 15 years before establishing this website in 2011. She loves having a place she can share her inspiration for health and beauty and continue to help others! She lives in South Florida with her husband and her hobbies include beach volleyball, HIIT training and combing the beach for sea glass and shells.


    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel

      Shannon, I have not personally tried Aqualift and we don’t recommend it because it’s one of those short-term scam products. Like most of these trials, the companies do not disclose the full list of ingredients so it’s hard to tell whether or not it’s a good product. We know it has some peptides but that’s about all we know. Maybe you could give a try and leave a review here, but I would recommend one of our Top 3 Wrinkle Creams in the future if you want to try a product with good reviews that I’ve personally had results with. Good luck, and thanks for your comment.

  • Anna Win

    I have been trying different skin products lately because my skin seems to be changing. I was looking for something to help with fine lines around the eyes, some wrinkles (small) around the lips – and over all, I just wanted to look FRESH, HEALTHY & HAPPENING!

    I tried Olay (this was OK but expensive), I tried Aveda (didnt work), and finally my trainer recommended what she uses – which is the Lady Soma Renewal Serum. I was able to find it online (my local store did not caryy it). This 2 oz bottle of the Lady Soma serum is really like a thin cream/gel. It has no fragrance and is packed with antioxidants and some silicone to fill in fines as well as ingredients to renew damaged skin and give maturing skin back its vitality.

    I apply the Lady Soma Serum once or twice a day on clean skin. I think this serum makes a great primer. It leaves my skin amazingly soft and feeling like velvet. It airbrushes fine lines and adds moisture but is never greasy. It absorbs immediately on my skin. Those with oily skin may find this serum is all they need for hydration. I have dry skin so I use a separate moisturizer over this but, no matter what I do, my skin looks better with this serum on it.

    It doesn’t clog pores or cause breakouts. It’s just a really good serum for aging skin!

  • Marlee

    This was such a money scam…I had my bank destroy my debit and had to get new one. They did a 2 month charge …that caught my attention.try using pep to bismo to sooth & tighten skin….

  • Marie Beals

    Are you also with [email protected] or I have been try to comtact them to discontinue product for not as I have extra of extra of the product and can’t seem to find out where to contact some on. Will order more when I need it.

  • Linda

    I feel so silly for having fell for the AquaVie & Kollagen SCAM.
    they don’t even take the same credit cards. That itself should have rang a gong in my brain.
    I just called my credit card companies and they took care of it for me.
    One issued me a new credit card and the other actually called the Kollagen people and canceled any further orders and put a no-pay watch on my card. It’s hard enough getting older, too bad there are people that want to con you out of your money. Sooner or later we will always pay for our vanity. grrrrr

  • Janice Stuart

    I did have a long wait on the phone, but was able to get my “membership” cancelled after a bit of argument that it was a good product (it is). First time I called they reduced price to $19.99. I decided to cancel anyway, and they were very accommodating. It’s the being “on hold” for so long it gets your dander up.

  • Barbara Stanford

    You pay 3.95 for trial. If you don’t call, 14 days later they charge 74.99. Then another 14 days you get charged another 74.99. You call and cancel and for some reason it never gets cancelled and you are contiously getting charged 74.99 every 14 DAYS. Yep I’d say that’s a SCAM!!

  • Nan

    I am another “scamee”!! Cannot believe I missed the 14 day time limit to cancel!! Just received second shipment and am having to pay to send it back since I opened it; will refuse the vitaderm which is in transit. Got the second shipments cancelled with no problem and closed the account; operator was very cooperative, but company is a scam–using products since 2/1/12 and am still seeing wrinkles. Question: Do you use both products together?

  • Darlene James

    I AM TRYING TO CANCEL PLEASE E-MAIL ME LETTING ME KNOW I WILL NOT BE CHARGED!!! this is a nightmare tryen to reach that department.

  • Laura

    I just started using this product. I have been reading what people have been using both of product. I am going to give it a try. I am going to cancel this product today.

  • Jane

    How depressing to read all the women that are so disappointed. I received my products today. I feel bad for falling for this scan too. I sent an email tonight to request cancelling the montly enrolment delivery. I would rather spend $200.00 on a spa day. I will still try the products though and hope that they make my skin look more youthful.

    • Rachel Vrabel

      I know, it really is. What boggles my mind is that these companies sometimes have some really good products, but they have to ruin their reputation by scamming women into these supposed free trials.


    • Mimi

      Believe me, Vitaderm in conjunction with Aqualift Serum works, at least for me it has… But am not going to spend over $150 each month.
      Instead if you were to save the $150 for let’s say four months, you can get Botox and a Filler, which lasts you a year.

  • Kathy

    I wish I would have read these comments before I ordered there FREE trial. It’s not FREE at all. I just looked at my bank yesterday and I found a $74.99 charge on it for this product. My bank gave me the number to call and I was on hold for awhile and got through. Like the rest of you I received the product late. When I told them I did not have the product for 14 days they said it didn’t matter it started the day you placed your order. Long story short I received an email cancellation this morning and was told they would issue me a credit for the $74.99. So far the credit has not come through I looked this morning. DON’T EVER TRY THESE PRODUCTS. THEY ARE OUT TO SCAM EVERYONE. Like the rest of you I fell for it. But never again.

  • Karen

    DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THESE SCAMMERS, I ordered my product on Jan 14/12 and as of today February 6th I have not received my free trial (which wasn’t actually free) they give you 14 days to try it which is included in the shipping so how am I going to know if I like the product. They put through a charge on my credit card of $76.85 on Feb 2nd, I had to put my credit card on hold so they couldn’t take out any more charge but they tried, I didn’t know that there were two products, Aqualift and Rejuvaeye, I just found this out when I called the support centre who informed me of this, I called my visa and they said they tried to take another $51.35 but I was lucky I put it on hold. All I can say is DON’T ORDER FROM THESE SCAM ARTIST.

  • Ann

    I fell for this and ordered the free trial for 4.95(shipping) thank god mastercard called me to advise of the charges. $75.00 and 85.00 within like 14 days. I called and got it credited, not before they tried to offer me 230.00 in free product. I was furious and told the guy what a low life business tactic reverse billing was. I couldn’t even find the auto billing part. DO NOT ORDER The free trial Geez what scumbags. If it is a good product it is going down the tubes with this type of auto billing.

  • Angelica Lopez

    Hi, I just thought I would share with anyone who is looking for a cream, one that has actually worked for me and might work for u. I have mixed/oily skin and the Moisturizer Merlot which you can get in Walgreens or CVS for 14 has kept my skin hidrated. I don’t know if it reduces wrinkles but what I like about it is that it is not oily so it doesn’t clog my pores and give me acne like other creams I have tried, it actually feels pretty light in my face. I’m not trying to sell anything, I just thought I might share with anyone who was actually looking for a cream one that has worked for me. I think that as long as you buy a cream with some SPF, at least 15, or 30 if you get too much sun; you will be fine. You should also see which creams work best according to whether ur face is oily, or tends to be drier, or mixed. Good luck and God Bless 🙂

  • Denise

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR REPLY TATANYA! PLEASE DON’T ANYONE TRY THE LANCOME GENIFIQUE LINE EITHER!!! It is a total waste of money as well. My sister-in-law & I used it for about 5 months straight (bought product and a good number of samples). Very small change in the smoothness of the skin on my forehead. A week after we both discontinued use… skin on forehead went back to original texture.

    Absolutely no change in evening out the skin tone on my face, decreasing the tiny wrinkles or lightening dark areas under my eyes. My skin looks absolutely NO DIFFERENT with these products either!

  • Tatanya

    Yes I tried this joke of a product. Just as I’d suspected, it’s a scam. I really don’t know what possessed me to buy it in the first place, but I made the mistake of doing so. Now I’m out $75 because I’d failed to read the fine print that basically tells you it’s not a free trial whatsoever. They make loads of money by misleading people, and their so-called miracle product is about as glorious as a $4 jar of moisturizer from Target. In fact, I actually like the stuff at Target better. My skin looks no different, and I most certainly do not look any younger. If anything I look older because of all the stress from not being able to cancel my order for this product.

    For those of you on the fence about trying this stuff: DON’T DO IT. Just don’t.

    • Tehmina

      I agree with you. This company is fruad and their products are big scam. So please learn from our mistakes. I did not know that I had to cancel my account within 14 days. I was $130 for this crap. So please be careful and don’t even try this crap.

    • Mimi

      it has actually worked very well for me. I am still on my trial. Luckily I didn’t have to give them a credit card at the time I ordered both products, Aqualift and Vitaderm…

    • Nancy

      I don’t like the feel of them and I tried them for a month and I never want to use this product again. Expecially since they are so deceptive;

  • Susan H

    I would like to cancel my auto-ship order of Aqualift. I am no longer interested in these two products. I have tried to contact you by telephone several times unsuccessfully, I have held the phone twice for over 30 minutes on two different days. I also instructed my credit card company not to pay any futhur charges. Please reply to the e-mail
    I sent.

    • Rachel Vrabel

      To Susan and Others,
      We have no affiliation with the Aqaulift or Vitaderm companies, we simply have reviewed their products. We cannot help with your orders or cancellations, but you can call the companies directly to speak with their customer service reps. I have researched their official websites, and here are the following customer service numbers:

      Aqualift: 1-877-498-1950, email – [email protected]

      Vitaderm: 1-888-543-9408, email – [email protected]

      Please refer all customer inquiries to this contact information.


  • Sheila Lauderdale

    I would like to cancel my recent order for AquaLift and Vitaderm. I am not interested in future shipments. Please cancel effective this date 1/10/12. I tried unsuccessfully, to reach you by phone and also sent an e mail to the advertised address. It failed to send. I held the phone for 15 minutes plus and did not receive an answer. Please reply so I will have information regarding my cancellation. I have instructed my credit card company not to pay further charges by Aqualift.

    • Rachel Vrabel

      Your going to have to contact the companies directly, Sheila. We do not sell these products, we just provide a review of it and a forum to discuss it. Try the phone # listed by Brian above.


  • Brian

    Customer Service Number is: 800-543-9408
    I got this number from my bank statement next to the charge. There was also a $.02 charge in addition to the product cost. I asked and it was attributed to a “overseas” fee.
    They were ready to assist me and cancelled it immediately.. They did however offer me an additional week to try the product, with a 50% discount for the product subscription. I declined, the subscription was cancelled.

    • Rachel Vrabel

      Yeah they will typically offer some sort of discount for the product if you decide to cancel, with a cancellation of the auto-rebill option as well. Just remember to do it before the trial is up!


    • laura

      brian, the number you posted doesnt go thru. the number is 888-543-9408, and i still got no answer and the call dropped.
      i have also tried the 877-498-1950 number and was on hold for over an hour and finally hung up, no answer.

      • Rachel Vrabel

        The best thing to do is login to your credit card account and look at the phone number on there. I have actually called my credit card company before and they patched through a 3 way call to a company that tried to pull this crap. Try that out.


  • Coco

    I called and ordered both Aqualift and Vitaderm before Christmas I believe it was December 19th, 2011. Luckily I a reminder for myself to call and cancel each product – Aqualift on January 2nd and Vitaderm on January 5th (13 days rather than 14 just in case there was a hassle). For some reason Vitaderm gives a few extra days before you have to cancel (I also think that’s a trick to throw people off). In any case, by the 2nd, I had not yet received either when the company had sent an email claiming I should get the products by Christmas Eve on the 24th. I allowed the extra time because I understand that there is always a delay with the mail during the holidays. So on the 3rd, I called to cancel both products because I did read in the fine print that the companies will continue to charge you the $70+ fees. The rep I spoke with assured me that the cancellations were in effect but the products were already on their way and that I would not be billed in the future. So today (January 5th), I finally received both products which is after the initial 14 days.

    What is funny is the packaging is suspect, they both came together in a plastic white envelope, when the company tried to advertise them as 2 separate items from separate companies. The rep that I canceled with even terminated my orders for future products at the same time although the add gave two separate 800 numbers to cancel each.

    I hope I have no future issues with this company. I have not yet had a chance to try these products but I do caution consumers to be aware of the hidden fees and tricks in the fine print. One last issue that has made me leery of this product is that I initially bookmarked the article where I found the ad so I could go back and refer the regimen the women with the best results used. The article, pictures and testimonials are the exact SAME, but now they are advertising two OTHER creams – AuraVie and Kollagen, which claim the same effectiveness. I believe the same company is behind a host of similar products and scamming people out of their money.

  • Judi Longacre

    Thank goodness for this site which I stumbled upon while trying to get more info on Aqualift. I used the number and e-mail you provided and did verify that in fact I had signed up erroneously for just what you described—-an automatic renewal of this product and Vitaderm for a monthly charge. Thank you so much and I will certainly be much more cautious in the future.

  • Judy

    Do you know the phone number to call to CANCEL the automatic monthly delibery of Aqualift and automatic monthly charge?
    My friend had ordered the “free trial” on Christmas day and has now lost the phone number (that she wrote on a tiny piece of paper).
    Thanks, she only has this week to cancel.

      • Polly

        Rachel, I tried to enter [email protected], and Windows says it doesn’t recognize this. Can you help with this? I want to cancel Aqualift’s “free” wrinkle-reducing cream before I get nailed for a monthly charge. Thanks for your help.

        • june

          i just have read all about this aqualift scam complains about their charging of $74.99 monthly unless cancelled instead of just about $5.00 shipping fee for their free trial. PLEASE DO NOT SET YOUR CREDIT CARD TO THIS KIND OS SCAM. i will just tell you how you can be smarter than this scammers like i do. i get a visa prepaid credit card to a money mart and load it with just $20.00 enough to pay the shipping fee and then place an order last december. i received the product and i always have notice of insufficient fund from my visa prepaid credit card because this aqualift/vitaderm is trying to get the $79.99 DO NOT USE YOUR CREDIT CARD JUST USE A PREPAID CREDIT CARD AND LOAD MONEY NOT more than $20.00 or amount just enough to pay you want to buy if your buying online products.

          I hope this will be a big help to all who wanted to buy online DON’T GET FOOLED BY SCAMMERS BE SMARTER!!!

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