BellaVeì Skincare Solution SCAM Report

BellaVeì Skincare Solution SCAM Report

BellaVeì is an “injection-free solution for youthful skin” that many claim to be even better than Botox.

It has a package of 4 products, but working together are they as good as they are claimed to be?

In the following review we will look to see if the ingredients found in these products will provide the same benefits as claimed.

We will also look at the price of BellaVeì too, whether there are any hidden charges or repeat deliveries to be expected.

Please read on to discover the truth behind the claims.

Claimed benefits of BellaVeì

Apart from its better than Botox claims, BellaVeì also claims to offer the following benefits:

  • 84% moisture increase
  • 93% elasticity increase
  • 65% wrinkle decrease

Whether these claims are accurate or not remains to be seen, we would certainly need to look at the products themselves before we can comment further.

To check how accurate these claims truly are we would need to look at what ingredients have gone into the creation of these anti-ageing products.

Ingredients found in BellaVeì

Firstly, there is no label available for any of the products so no way of knowing exactly what it contains or what real benefits are on offer.

There is a brief bit of information available on the products but it does not explain too much.

The ingredients used are Vitamin C, Arbutin, Evening Primrose Oil, Shea Butter, and Grapefruit Seed Extract.

While these have been shown to be of some benefit, without knowing if there are any other ingredients used there is no way of knowing what effect these products will have, if any.

Cost of BellaVeì

The cost of BellaVeì is unknown, unless you are willing to fill out the order form, which I assume can then be used in the future to contact you if you fail to complete the transaction.

Once the sign-up form has been completed you will be taken to a second page that will reveal the true costs.

The anti-ageing cream alone will cost £39.90, with a second package of 3 products costing £28.95 per product. The final package cost is £24.95 per product.

Personally I think this pricing structure is a little misleading, as I believe there will be those who think that the total cost will be £24.95 rather than the true cost of £99.80 for the total package.

There is also an option to sign up for a “premier membership” that costs £9.95 a month. This membership supposedly offers various benefits but is charged monthly. I am wary of signing up for offers like this as they are very easy to forget about.

Is BellaVeì a scam?

BellaVeì is certainly not a scam, there are some doubts surrounding its ingredients and claims, however.

It would also be better if we knew what the cost of the products were before we signed up for the offer, and the prices themselves are a little confusing.

You may want to give BellaVeì a chance, but make sure you are aware of what you are signing up for. Plus, if you sign up for the “membership” make a note in your diary to cancel, otherwise you will be charged monthly.

Contact details for BellaVeì

To contact BellaVeì you should use one of the following methods:

Phone: +61 (0)2 8038 5055 (AU), +44 (0)843 378 0154 (UK), 877-608-1013 (USA)
Email: support@biotrimlabs.com

Please leave a message below if you have tried this product.

Alternative to BellaVeì

Our suggested alternative would be XYZ Smart Collagen, which is available to buy online.

It contains proven anti-ageing ingredients and comes highly recommended, and is also considerably more cost effective to buy than BellaVeì.

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

7 comments on "BellaVeì Skincare Solution SCAM Report"
  1. The website is full of misleading info. showing at $49.95 and no official invoice nor actual amount indicated. And a total of 229+ is charged to my credit card. confirmation email received claiming that order will be mail 3 days later and i immediately request for a cancellation and they claimed that order is shipped!. Best part is they claimed that i have enrolled for VIP membership and this will be in a monthly basis! If the product is good enough, why there is a need to mislead customers?

    • It happens exactly the same to me, is no body going to do something to stop this con website?

  2. Do not order from this site as you will pay but never receive your goods.

    • its a scam

      it had happened to me this morning, i am very upset about it coz it cost me a bomb. i feel like being robbed. a sum of money, hard earned money is charged to my credit card (without my consent i would say, coz of the misleading ad) and i cant even cancel it. i was robbed! i am definitely going to report this.

  3. This is the first time I ever bought any skincare products in my life, and then I had to find out it’s a scam just to make money out of innocent people.
    How can a company do this to hundreds of woman … Why is this allowed.
    Surely there must be help from somewhere?
    I have ordered and pay for the special the starter package, that was in October 2016, after I complained I did not received my parcel I was told by email that it was send again, still no luck no tracking can be supplied? what a lot of nonsense.
    No one deserves to be treated like this and why are they still advertising there product?

  4. Do not buy anything from Bellavei it is a scam I ordered in February and still not received product and it is now September

  5. This is a scam ,I will not leave is here.

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