Using Belle Peau is claimed to offer “visibly younger looking skin”, but how does it work?
In the following review we will look at this skincare cream in more detail to see not only if it works as claimed but also whether there are any hidden charges we should be aware of.
The reason for this is that in previous trial offer reviews we have discovered that most have hidden and repeat charges that have led to claims that all trial offers are scams.
Read on to discover for yourself whether Belle Peau is yet another trial offer scam.
Claimed benefits of Belle Peau
The following claims have been made on their sales website:
- Smooth look of stubborn fine lines
- Restore your radiant, firmer looking skin
- Brighten skins appearance
While obviously impressive sounding, no doubt these claims have been made to get you to make a ‘snap’ decision and to sign up for the offer without looking past the claims.
My suggestion to you would be not to rush into any decision, but to look for proof instead. For example what does Belle Peau contain?
Ingredients used in Belle Peau
Unfortunately the first issue you will find with Belle Peau is a complete lack of ingredient information.
There is no label present, nor any in-depth information on what ingredients are present. This not only makes it impossible to comment on how effective this skin cream could be, but also makes us worry that the cream could contain potentially dangerous ingredients that could cause a reaction.
Without any ingredient information there is no way of knowing what effect this will have on your skin, whether good or bad.
What is the price of Belle Peau?
As with most trial offers the price of Belle Peau is not immediately clear.
What I would suggest if you ever come across a trial offer and wish to discover its price is to find the terms and conditions and to read them thoroughly.
The Belle Peau T&Cs state that there is a £2.95 shipping charge to pay initially, then just 14 days later you will be charged again. This time the full purchase price of £89.95.
Unlike some trial offers, having read the terms and conditions I can see no mention of any auto-shipping, which is when further monthly packages are delivered to you at cost.
Is Belle Peau a scam?
Belle Peau is not a scam, however we cannot recommend it as although its claims are impressive the lack of proof is less so.
The cost of the skin cream is also high and could come as a surprise to those who have not read the T&Cs.
My suggestion would be to look for an alternative.
Contact details for Belle Peau
If you wish to contact Belle Peau, perhaps to cancel the trial before you are charged then I suggest you use one of the following methods:
Phone: 0800 026 5817
Please leave a message below if you have tried this product.
Alternative to Belle Peau
If you have been put off by the high price of Belle Peau and are looking for a more cost effective alternative that actually works then I would suggest you take a look at the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream, which is sold online from the Bauer Nutrition website.
This is a product that comes highly recommended.
This anti-ageing skin care cream contains many proven ingredients including Syn-ake, which acts in a similar fashion to Botox, and Coenzyme Q10 that promotes healing.
This skin cream is not available for trial, so the price you see is the price you pay. There are no hidden or repeat charges to concern yourself with.