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Bellaire Skin: Is this trial offer a scam? Review Inside

Bellaire Skin: Is this trial offer a scam? Review Inside

Bellaire Skin is an anti-ageing face cream that is currently available for trial. The following review will look more closely at this offer to see, if it works, and whether this offer is affordable?

If you are thinking about signing up for this offer then I would recommend that you continue reading. We will soon reveal if this offer is worth the effort.

Claims made by Bellaire Skin

Using Bellaire Skin is said to provide the following user benefits:

  • Improve dermal hydration
  • Improve skin elasticity
  • Reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles
  • Restore tone and texture

To check that these claims are accurate you will need to look and see what ingredients have been used. This step will also ensure the product is safe to use and wont cause any side effects.

Ingredients found in Bellaire Skin

The following ingredients have been listed on their website:

Water (Aqua), Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Squalane, Cetearyl Glucoside, Glyceryl Stearate, Pyrus Communis (Pear) Seed Oil, Royal Jelly Extract, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Hyaluronic Acid, Calcium Ascorbate, Collagen, Titanium Dioxide, Sorbitol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate, Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Gel, Mel (Honey) Extract, Capryl Glycol, Hexylene Glycol.

Most of these ingredients are present in other anti-ageing face creams so I can certainly see some benefit to using this product.

Price of the Bellaire Skin trial

When you first sign up to this offer you will need to pay a shipping fee of $5.95. This will allow you 14 days to decide if this product is for you.

If it isn’t then you will need to contact Bellaire Skin otherwise you will be charged the full purchase price of $88.08, while also be added to an auto-ship program.

Auto-shipping means that further monthly packages will be sent to you at full price. With these additional deliveries continuing until you cancel the subscription.

Is the Bellaire Skin trial offer a scam?

Bellaire Skin may offer some benefit, but is it worth its high price? Unfortunately not.

There are plenty of alternatives available that are more cost effective that offer numerous anti-ageing benefits. I would recommend you choose one of those instead.

Contact information for Bellaire Skin

The following contact information should be used to cancel this offer:

Phone: (866) 351-5596
Email: info@bellaireskin.com

Return address (you must contact them beforehand):

ATTN: Bellaire Skin, LLC
Shipping Department
3726 E Flamingo Rd Las Vegas, NV 89121

Please leave a comment for us below if you have trialled this product.

Alternative to Bellaire Skin

XYZ Smart CollagenOur recommended alternative is an anti-ageing face cream called XYZ Smart Collagen.

Its ingredients help to provide the following user benefits:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • Natural increase in collagen production
  • Increased skin moisture

This product is not available for trial, so no hidden or repeat charges to worry about.

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

51 comments on "Bellaire Skin: Is this trial offer a scam? Review Inside"
  1. This is a scam. They make the cream seem inexpensive and want you to try it while hiding charges in the details. $89 after 14 days for the face cream and $87 for some eye stuff that gets sent. I’m seeing no change in my skin – I’ve used better products that cost way less and are honest about what you’ll pay for them.

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    • I fell for this also, I wish I would have seen these reviews before hand. they even used google search with Dr. Oz in search. Bad people, don’t fall for it, all that you read in these reviews is true

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    • Bellaire got me bad to. My bank two charges of $89.00. I will stop it at my bank all so. Scam scam scam SCAM SCAM SCAM I will do everything to make it know every where !!!!!

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      • Get on your Facebook pages and make it know. Consumer affairs. People I am on fixed income to see $89.00 times 2 that’s my income to get by. I called and they tried to give/sale me more! Never been so upset. Return my money bellaire

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        • I was charged $89.93 twice every month since January 2018, I know I only authorize them for the shipping cost of the free trial sample. It was a scam. How did you stop them from making an auto order and autopay on your credit card? Now I want to report to Consumer Affair in Sacramento.

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        • Everything Joyce said is true. I will be writing a reply on Facebook. They misrepresented their product and the way they billed.

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      • This post is accurate.

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    • THIS IS DEFINITELY A SCAM!!! the auto enroll wording is so small that I never even saw it and was unaware that I would receive multiple transactions from my bank account!!! I only received one additional shipment of the cream just last month which alerted me that I must have been deceived and immediately reviewed my account. What I saw was 3 additional payments of $89.98 each taken from my account and two of those were on the same date!!! When I called the company to complain DYLAN talked to me like I was the criminal and told me the only way out was to contact them again with my bank on the line!!! DONT FALL FOR THIS SCAM!!! And besides the financial tip off THE PRODUCT SUCKS!!!!!!

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    • Total fraud. Charged me 93.87 for what I thought was a free trial. Yeah, they have B.S. set up pretty good. Small print I didn’t see. Wish I could send the rest back and get my money back. And what a scam?!! Terrible. Sandra Tussey

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      • this is a scam they charge me 177.96 two months later and said I did not read the fine print . I read the fine print and I did not see it . They will not refund my money back. The product did not do anything.. Please do not buy from them. All I wanted to test it.

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    • Havent had product for 14 days and i just got billed $89.98. Do not get scamed like it did!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • This is a scam. I didn’t get the products, checked my account all good until yesterday 5/31/2018
      My account was charged $89.00 for one and 87.00 the the other. Went to my bank to cancel card. I am not letting this go. I will do what ever it takes to get my money back. I am not done with this.

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    • Yes, this is a scam. Spend your $5.95 on something else. They will charge your account nearly $90 and you receive nothing beyond the initial “trial offer” product for $5.95.

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  2. Bellaire skin cream, I am calling my bank and having this stopped you have added products on here that I did not want I can’t believe you are tricking me after being on shark Tank I’m going to pass this on to everybody I know Jamie Avery
    Jamieavery809@yahoo.com
    And No one answers your phone number that’s another reason I know this is a scam

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  3. This is a total sham and scam. Do not fall for it. This product is no better than otc sk8n care. This company’s tactics are unethical and unscrupulous. They do not make it clear that you will be charged for the so called free trial or that you’re going to be. Automatically be enrolled in the auto delivery program. Their terms and conditions are very obscure. They are not made plain to the consumer. Buyers beware. Don’t fall for this trickery this company lacks integrity.

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  4. I too fell for the unethical tactics and I will contact the FTC on them. This is ridiculous.

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  5. A total scam. The product is inferior and when I called to try to return my auto shipped products (that I didn’t know I was getting) I was told that they have a no refund no return policy. I don’t blame them I wouldn’t want that crap back either. I asked if they could at least help me out with a price reduction at least and was told a solid NO. I guess they need suckers like me to keep their jobs but I hope this review will help someone else from being scammed.

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  6. What can we do on a more widespread venue to let others know about this scam?

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  7. Totally a scam! Hate to say I was one other their victims.
    They have no problem taking your money and not making it clear what you are getting into and giving you no way to get it back. I don’t know what type of person would work for a company like that, Horrible Company
    Every comment is spot on! Sad to see that I not alone and they will continue to take people’s money

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  8. I fell for this to can’t find any way to cancel except thru my bank. Product is not anything special.

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  9. I feel this is a scam also. I see I am not alone. Sad to say this has not been stopped.
    I contacted my credit card company this afternoon to let them know what has happened
    and what they will do for me.

    This has to stop. Taking advantage of people and taking their money.
    Hope all you ladies out there stop, think, and reconsider their offer. Just read the reviews???

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  10. Complete scam! These people are thieves. I’m filing a formal complaint against their company. They drafted almost $180 out of my account without consent. I called the number on my bank account that was to another website where I was also told no refunds or returns. This is illegal what they are doing to consumers. Do not deal with this company or product.

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  11. I, too glt scammed. Ordered the free trial, got it, case closed. 15 days later, got charged full price for the 2 products, skin care, and eye care. $87.99, $89.99. When I called the number on my bank statement, was given a complete run-around. Told that recurring order was authorized by me by signing the “terms and agreements”. First, was told that he could give me a 50% off, lifetime price. Explained ONCE AGAIN. I did not want anything but the free trial. I got it, paid for it. Did not receive a 2nd package, and did not want it. I wanred all of my money back. On and on and on. He ext told me he could give me a 75% discount, and over and over asked me to agree to that. I did not. Put me on hold, and came back a d said he refunded the full amount, and I would get it in the typical 7-10 business days. I then called the company direct (was so d;&# mad that I did not think to Google the product) and they told me it was in their computer that I did get credit. We will see.

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  12. I tried to call and cancel but they gave me another 30 days. I just tried to call and cancel again and they told me that I have to call back before the 30 days are up. They wouldn’t cancel me until I’ve tried it more than 2 weeks.

    I’m contacting my bank and contacting the BBB.

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  13. I called the number you provided, and the customer help person told me I was going to be charged a $9 processing fee. Or I could wait and continue using the product and call back if I did not like the product. My call was 6days after I ordered the product. Since I found out from your website that the trial was 14 days, and then I would be billed $88, I told customer service the cream made my face have red spots all over it and I will not use again. I was letting them know as soon as I saw I didn’t like the product so what is the difference if I told them right away or a few days later? I was NOT going to continue to use it. She went ahead and cancelled my acct and I will not be charged for any further shipments. I will not be charged the $9 processing fee either. She did not tell me to return the product, and I’m not paying any more for shipping due to no instructions to do so. There was nothing in terms of agreement about trying for 2 weeks and being charged $88 if keep and will be on auto ship. This is a total scam!! Thank you for putting the warning on the web!
    Sincerely,
    Michele
    Texas,USA

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  14. It infuriates me that these types of companies can use a celebrity’s name to push their products. It should be illegal to say that Princess Kate wants to decrease her royal engagements to do this business. She has no relation to it that I can find. They need to be shut down!

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  15. I also got scammed. There is no way I would have ever signed up for a 14 day trial ever ! I do not pay $89 EVER for any skin care product and would not have signed up if I had seen this verbiage in the terms and conditions. I stopped payment on my credit card with a dispute. I told the customer service person that I needed to send it back and they said this company does not accept any returns of product once it has been shipped. I am furious and plan to turn them into the BBB.

    By the way, when I called to complain they gave me a site to read the terms and conditions that I supposedly signed up for. I never saw this specific site before this is not the website I saw when I signed up. I plan to alert people on Facebook and Twitter to warn others about this fraudulent company.

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    • I too feel like you, when I signed up I made sure to pay attention for fine print and it never said I had 14 days or I would be charged. I’m so mad right now, customer service just gave me excuses and tried signing me up for another scam.

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  16. I too have been scammed by this company. Bad people and rude because they have already stolen your money and they know you can’t do anything about it.

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  17. This is a scam! What I signed up for had none of this 14 day call to cancel or get charged 89.98. I called customer service and was given excuse after excuse. I don’t even like this product from the second I put it on my skin. Had I known I would be charged I would have sent the product back right away! Nothing in my emails or when I signed up said I had 14 days. This is a joke! They tried getting me to sign up for some other bull cap when I called for my refund on the 1st disappointment. Don’t try this, brands sold in stores are way better and less expensive! This is a rip off!!!!!!

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  18. I am asking for a phone number to contact this company. I called the # on their website. It is not. a working number and my email was returned.

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  19. I ordered this product on the trial price. When I called to cancel it because I was billed the $88. They told me I was to late. However I never received a 2nd product on “auto ship” so they ARE a scam. I called and sent several emails with nothing but a run around. I was told I would be credited 1/2 the money and NEVER was. I also ordered the eye serum at the same time with the same problem. Another sign the company is garbage is the labels are wrong. The eye serum says to rub all over the face and neck. While the skin cream directs to gently dab around the eye!! Doesn’t anyone check these details? I am extremely dissatisfied with this customer service!

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  20. I called to cancel & spoke to a complete asshole that would not let me soak to a manager at all! I didn’t get a shipment for 3 months then ask the sudden they charge my account & tell me it can’t be canceled! Complete scam crap! Don’t buy

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  21. I was smart enough to immediately research the product the day I received it. I called my bank and they assisted by calling to make sure it was canceled and I had a confirmation number. This is critical because I would have been billed after the 14 days and I would not be able to dispute it. So once you get the product, call your bank to assist you in canceling any further charges before you get charged.

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  22. It is genuine SCAM!!!!.
    I received after trial product and i tried to return but there’s no return policy.
    I got charged for $177 . as not a satisfied customer, i tried to return but i can’t!!
    If this company was confident enough on their product, they should of accept returns and refund.
    shame on you Bellaireskin!!!

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  23. Do NOT buy this product! It’s hardly worth the $4.95 for the sample order they send. They make it impossible to see any kind of information about a “trial offer” until you get a bill for $89.00. Call to dispute it or cancel and good luck. This is a scam, BIG TIME. Someone is making a lot of money off of people like us. They should be ashamed of themselves, taking advantage of so many people. But,they’re not ashamed because a legitimate company would care about their customers and try to make things right. Not these people.
    Please, don’t buy this product or deal with these cons. The comments posted here are exactly what happened to me. Customer service is a joke. They are trained to work against you getting a refund. Save your money.

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  24. I got scammed as well. they charged my account as well for 89 for eye serum. Awful customer service. Hope that Dr. Oz researches these type of companies before he advertises for them. Shame on these type of companies. I only wanted a sample. I told the lady on the phone that I felt sorry for her working for a company like this.

    When I ordered this I never saw anything about automatically billing and shipping. EEk Just wasted my money.

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  25. THIS IS A SCAM! THEY GIVE YOU A NUMBER TO CALL TO CA NCEL THE ORDER AND THEN NEVER ANSWER, THEN CHARGE YOU $89.00 ON YOUR CHARGE CARD,I AM CANCELLING MY CARD, THAT WAY THEY CAN’T CHA RGE ANYTHING! I GOT MY FREE MERCHANDISE, IT IS A RIP OFF, DOESN’T DO ANYTHING!!!!!!
    DON’T FALL FOR IT!!!!

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  26. can’t get in touch with customer,been on hold for 30 minutes once and 45 minutes to be able to talk to someone,anyone about charging my card almost 200.00$ without my permission.I want to cancel this product.

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  27. I wish I had seem all these complaints before I got scammed too. Why are the authorities letting scammers like this get away with this crap. I’m so furious!

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  28. I also wish I had read these reviews before I got pulled into this scam! I did not see the 14 day time to try the products before cancelling the order. I certainly did not know that there was a NO RETURN policy. Now I have a bill for $177.96 that I guess I am stuck paying…an expensive lesson! I am upset that Lara Spencer is supposedly sponsoring this stuff. I have admired her and now wonder if the ad I read was truthful.

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  29. These are horrible people, I ordered a free trial and all I had to pay was shipping but I got charged $200 that I did not authorize and when I tried to cancel the payment they refused to do it and hung up on me, now I do not have grocery money for the week.

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