KunuLift Anti-Aging Complex Review – Hot or Not?
Just for starters, Kunulift was submitted to Scambook on January 13, 2012 and has had 157 consumer complaints since then. This anti-aging line is one of those “free trial” lines that guarantee’s results in 28 days but only offers a 14 day trial, which doesn’t make sense in my opinion. Make sure you are reading the fine print.
This one will at first, only charge for shipping, but if you read the fine print, they will take your credit card and put it in a billing cycle after 14 days and charge you $84.87, and then you will be charged again in 30 days if you do not cancel. And the pattern will continue.
Kunulift claims that you can look up to 10 years younger from regular usage. Their claim is that there is an 81% increase in collagen production, 32% decrease in furrow depth, and 29% decrease in wrinkle depth. That is a stretch for any product! Unless you’ve never used skincare in your life and your face is as dry as the Sahara desert, you’re most likely not going to get those types of results from this product.
KunuLift Ingredients and How they Work
There is only one ingredient listed on the Kunulift website, which is usually an indicator that there is nothing special about the formula, or the manufacturer is trying to hide something.
- Polymoist-PS Complex- Powerful peptide that minimizes the appearance on fine lines and wrinkles by adding moisture and providing an instant tightening effect
- Adds moisture to the skin
- Increases collagen production via peptides
- You can order it online
- 14 day money back guarantee
- Website contains before and after photos
- Only offered as a short-term 14 day free trial, which is hardly enough time to receive the product much less try it to see if you like it
- Manufacturer does not disclose full ingredients list
- Has all the qualities of the short-term scams we see running rampant on the internet and warn you about
Where to Buy KunuLift
You can find Kunulift on the company website, but more than likely you’ll be led to this offer through some form of deceptive advertising. For example, you may see ads that try to recruit you try free samples of widely known name brands such as Clinique, Origins, etc. when in reality it will lead you to a free trial advertisement to try Kunulift, or some other free trial. Be sure and read the fine print if you see any ads such as this – those companies are NOT going to mail you free samples. The only way to get free samples of Clinique or Origins is from their counter in the mall.
Alternative Recommendations to KunuLift
A widely known product that comes with a lot of research is Lifecell, which has a unique ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles instantly and also has long-term anti-aging benefits as well.
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