Auravie Reviews – Does Auravie Really Work?
*Update* This product has actually been pulled from the shelves and can no longer be purchased. Too many complaints and it has an “F” rating with the Better Business Bureau!
Rejuvenating the skin can be a great deal of work, and for those who spend their money buying chemical laden products from the local store, it can also feel like an impossible task. Lifting and toning the skin, improving hydration, and destroying free radicals are all part of proper skin care, and when we saw the AuraVie skincare system, we decided that it looked comprehensive enough to warrant some research into whether or not it would work. The makers present some pretty lofty claims, but they don’t promise perfection or make over-the-top promises that this product will turn you back into your teenage self.
How It Works and Ingredients
With any review, the first thing you want to do is see whether the product is even designed to work, so that is where we started with AuraVie. The products are actually fairly packed with beneficial ingredients, such as Vitamin D, Omega 3, 6, and 9, Resveratrol, Hyaluronic Acid, and more. Between them, the ingredients in the three components of this skin care system are designed to hydrate, firm, lift, tone, and nourish the skin. In short, these products seem to have all of the components needed to deliver the promised results.
Where To Buy
The AuraVie product line is available directly from the company itself. The three-in-one kit with all of the products included sells for $220. You can also purchase it on many online retailers such as Amazon, Ebay, and others. *Update* This product has actually been pulled from the shelves and can no longer be purchased.
My Experience Using Auravie
Overall I had a horrible experience using Auravie. The serum was nice, however when I tried the peel, it actually got stuck to my face! I tried it twice, thinking that maybe I didn’t follow the directions correctly, but I had the same reaction.
It was like I had tiny balls of glue stuck to my face and it was actually really painful trying to get it off. It stuck to all the little hairs on my face and I had to really wash hard with a washcloth to get it off, I was not a happy camper to say the least. The moisturizer was very heavy and I was shiny soon after I applied my makeup so I didn’t like these products overall.
With my research and reviewing done, I have to be honest when I say that I do not recommend these products and I would never use them again! I have never in my life had a product get stuck to my face to the point I probably actually did damage trying to remove it. Save your money on this one and be very careful if you do decide to try it.
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I have used your mire vie cream for 5 days now, an my face has never felt this good before. I don't understand why people would be say that the cream does not work, because it does work. An I am 74 years old an don'look a day over 50
# is 888-317-4364 need to cancel within 14 days. All these creams are a rip off. You can go the Marshalls and pay $8-$10 for excellent creams.
You should contact the Better Business Bureau if they charge your card and won’t refund.
We need to put these mail order companies out of business that prey on people with the free offers. Nothing is free.
They charged be over $96 before my free trial was over.
Their number is 866-216-9336. I spoke to them and they were very vice to me. I used their product for the last few months and it helped me a lot.
I’ve tried the Renew, Revive, and Replenish trio for one week and my skin broke out. I also discovered that they debited my credit card before my 10-day trial period was completed. I called the company and they agreed there was a billing error. I’m now sending sending back the products for a complete refund.
You mentioned that you called and spoke to an Auravie representative, but I cannot find the telephone number to call them. I also ordered the “free sample” promotion to pay only shipping. After reading some of the reviews, I am afraid that my account may be charged as well. I have been using the products now for a few days, and I have to say that I really love it. I didn’t get the peel, so I don’t know about that except for what you mentioned, so I won’t be ordering the peel. My question is, can you email me Auravie’s telephone number, so I can call and make certain they don’t charge my account? I also saw your review on “Lifecell”, so I’m going to try that one out as well…thank you.
if you are reading this. Do not order from them they are scam artist. They would not give me my money back after they started charging my credit card monthly fees. It’s a joke, scam, etc etc.
Elsa, thanks for your comment. I remember this product – it got stuck to my face and I thought it was horrible.
I have sent at least 3 replies asking for someone to contact me. And no one has at this point and it has been over 6 months….
We don’t actually sell Auravie, so we can’t help you in that department. You would have to contact the company directly.
Have you tested Natural Advantage endorsed by Jane Seymour?
No sorry I haven’t, but I will definetly look into it and see if it works. Keep checking back for updates!