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Adelina Revitalising Moisturiser Trial Review – Is it a scam?

Adelina Revitalising Moisturiser Trial Review – Is it a scam?

The Adelina revitalising moisturiser offers a range of benefits, or so it claims. The following review will look to see whether these claims are accurate or not.

If you are considering signing up for this trial offer then I would highly recommend that you read on.

We will look more closely at the product itself, whether its ingredients are up to scratch and also whether there are any hidden charges involved with the offer.

Please read on to see what we found out.

Claimed benefits of Adelina

The ability to help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin” is just one of the claimed benefits of Adelina.

This anti-ageing face cream also claims to offer the following benefits too:

  • Brighten skin’s appearance
  • Restore your radiant, firmer skin
  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines

To check the accuracy of these claims we will need to look more closely at the product and the ingredients that have been used.

Ingredients used in Adelina

There is almost zero ingredient information to view on the Adelina website.

We would hope to see a label, but this is not available. There is no list of ingredients used either.

What we have instead is a short ‘blurb’ stating that “whole collagen molecules” and a “peptide-rich” serum has been used.

While these statements sound impressive they do not go far enough to prove the claims.

Price of the Adelina trial offer

To check the price of Adelina you must read the terms and conditions page. You should never assume that a trial offer is free, as this is rarely the case.

The T&Cs state that when you first sign up to this offer you must pay a shipping fee of $4.99.

Once paid this will give you 14 days to try out this product.

After these 14 days have elapsed you will be charged again, with this second charge being $89.92.

You will soon discover that Adelina operates an auto-ship program, which means that further monthly packages will be sent to you. With each additional package received charged at full price.

Would we recommend the Adelina trial?

There are too many issues for us to recommend this offer to you.

Not only are its claims unproven, due to a lack of ingredient information, but the cost of this anti-ageing cream is also too high.

There are better and more affordable options available, so I would recommend looking for an alternative. Rather than overspending on a product that may not even work.

Contact details for Adelina

To cancel this trial offer you will need to use the following contact details:

Phone: 877-202-7581
Email: support@tryadelinaskin.com

If you are not able to cancel using these details then I would recommend that you speak to your bank. They deal with these types of offer on a daily basis so should be able to help you.

Please use the comment form below to leave your own review.

Alternative to Adelina

XYZ Smart CollagenThe product we would suggest as an alternative would be XYZ Smart Collagen. A product that contains proven anti-ageing ingredients.

These ingredients will help boost collagen production, while also helping to slow down the breakdown of this important compound.

This will result in the following benefits being experienced:

  • A reduction in fine lines and wrinkles
  • Skin will be tighter
  • A more youthful appearance

XYZ Smart Collagen is not available for trial, so no hidden charges or auto-shipping.

Click Here to read our full review of XYZ Smart Collagen >>

3 comments on "Adelina Revitalising Moisturiser Trial Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. Yes this is a big scam. If you don’t cancel within 14 days they charge you $89.94, yet no where on their confirmation email does it mention the full price or the 14 days cancellation. The product was horrible. After using it for a week I quit, my face felt horrible. Now they won’t refund the $89.94. They don’t care if you like it or not, they just want $89.94 out of you. I’m going to plaster this all over facebook as well.

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  2. This is an out right scam!!!!!!! Don’t fall for it I am fighting to get my money back!!!

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  3. Yes, this is a big scam. I never signed up the program to receive the monthly product for 94.99 each. Then I saw the two charges on my credit card. I called them, they agreed to refund the second payment with the second product returned. But they wouldn’t refund the first $89.92 saying it’s out of the system now since I didn’t call in14 days to cancel. Today I called again and asked them for evidence that I signed up for this program. They said it’s at the end of the terms and conditions. I asked for a copy. They said it’s on their web, I went to the web while he is on the phone. I told them there is no terms and conditions on that page; the page says they have stopped the sale and have contact info. He offered me 50% and then 75% discount. I said no, I want full refund. He finally agreed and send me an email refund notification. I have yet to see both charges being refunded. It will take some days as they said.

    Be careful. Read the terms and conditions.

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