According to the Au Nue website, this youth serum can help you to “look 10 years younger”. It has also been voted the “#1 anti-ageing serum in the United Kingdom”.
These are quite some claims, but can they be backed up?
Immediately I am fearing the worst after discovering that Au Nue is available for trial. In past reviews we have seen that trial offers are rarely as good an offer as they first appear.
Often they have hidden charges, that will leave those who sign up for the offer significantly out of pocket.
Whether this is the case with this trial remains to be seen, however we will soon discover for ourselves in the following review. Read on to discover the truth about Au Nue yourself.
Claimed benefits of Au Nue
As well as the claims mentioned already, Au Nue has also made the following claims:
- 90% decrease in wrinkles and fine lines
- 80% increase in moisture
- 65% reduction of dark circles
While these claims sound impressive enough, you need to be careful not to get carried away by them. Just because they are written down does not make them true.
It is always best to look at the ingredients used to tell exactly what benefits can be experienced through its use.
What ingredients have been used in Au Nue?
After looking at the Au Nue website I have noticed that they have mentioned 2 ingredients; pearl protein and gold.
Both of these ingredients have been shown to offer various skin care benefits, so perhaps you too could experience the benefits for yourself.
Whether we would recommend this serum though depends on whether it is cost effective though.
Cost of Au Nue
You may think that as Au Nue is available for trial that it will be a good offer. However after looking at the terms and conditions of the offer this is not true.
As with most trial offers you will be given a 30 day amount, however you are only given 14 days to trial it before you are charged £101.
Is Au Nue a scam?
Au Nue may contain good ingredients but the fact remains that it is extremely expensive.
I would suggest that you take a minute to familiarise yourself with any T&Cs before you sign up to any trial offer. Otherwise you may be in for a shock when the final bill arrives.
My suggestion to you would be to look for a more cost effective alternative.
How to cancel your trial
In the terms and conditions link (located at the very bottom of the Au Nue website) you will find a “quick cancel” button, this should be your first option.
You can also try to contact Au Nue using the following information:
Phone: +44 203-129-8283
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please leave a comment below if you have trialled this serum. We would love to hear about what you thought of it.
A more cost effective alternative that has been shown to produce promising results is EvoCreme.
This anti-ageing face cream is available to buy online from the Evolution Slimming website for £29.99.
Those who have used this product have been impressed with how it has been able to help firm and smooth their skin.
As it is not available for trial there are no hidden charges to worry about.