The Collagenix Age-Defying Complex is a cream that claims to be the “worlds greatest wrinkle cream”, but as it is available for trial I have my doubts.
From past experience we have seen that these types of trial are rarely that good a deal as they often have hidden charges.
These charges are often ridiculously expensive and the creams themselves are rarely the miracle they are made out to be. However, at present we do not know the facts about Collagenix.
In the following review we will take a closer look at Collagenix and see if its claims can be backed up.
Claimed benefits of Collagenix
This age-defying complex is said to help with:
- Visible wrinkle reduction
- Instant skin enhancement
- Tightened skin in just 90 seconds
- Youth replenishment
- Reduced under-eye bags and puffiness
As with any product you should find out what it contains before you try it. Not only to check its effectiveness but to also confirm there is no ingredients that could potentially cause a reaction.
Ingredients of Collagenix
While there is no label present, the website does mention that the main ingredient is Matrixyl 3000, which has been shown to promote collagen production in your skin.
Collagen is key to skin health so this could potentially be of benefit to your skin.
I would prefer to know the full ingredients however, as stated just to ensure no negative reactions will be experienced.
Cost of Collagenix
Collagenix is offered as a “risk-free trial” which does not mean no charge. What it really means is that once you sign up for this trial you will have 30 days to trial the product before you are charged.
At the end of the trial the charge will be $69.95, but please bear in mind that it is stated that the delivery time for this product is between 10-15 days, which will not give you much time to try the product.
As Collagenix works as an auto-ship program, you will continue to be sent further packages until your subscription is cancelled.
Is Collagenix a scam?
The terms and conditions of this offer are clear so we cannot call it a scam.
Its ingredients seem ok too, and compared to other trial offers the price is not too high either.
The only issue I have is the use of auto-shipping, as you may find that people will sign up not knowing about this aspect of the trial and will subsequently be sent further unwanted packages.
When this occurs I can see some users becoming annoyed.
Contact details for Collagenix
You should use the following contact details to contact Collagenix:
Phone (USA/Canada): 1-800-549-6120
Phone (Australia): 1800-789-570
Phone (New Zealand): 0800-480-212
Alternative to Collagenix
If you are after a more cost effective alternative to Collagenix that has been proven to help produce smoother and firmer skin then I suggest you take a look at EvoCreme.
This anti-ageing cream is sold online from Evolution Slimming and it is made using ingredients proven to help give you younger looking skin.
You can buy EvoCreme for $45, and as it is unavailable for trial there are no hidden or repeat charges to worry about.