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Derma Vibrance Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Derma Vibrance Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Derma Vibrance is an enriching eye serum that claims to help you “achieve visibly younger skin”.

Now, this isn’t the first time we have read this claim, so is there anything that sets this offer apart from the others?

In the following review we will look at this offer in more detail. We will look to see if its claims are accurate and whether there are any hidden charges involved with the trial.

If you wish to discover the truth please read on before you sign up.

Claimed benefits of Derma Vibrance

Using Derma Vibrance claims to offer the following benefits:

  • Brighten skins appearance
  • Restore radiant firmer skin
  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines

Now, while these sound good they are not something we haven’t read before on similar offers.

To truly check the benefits on offer we will need to look more closely at the product itself, in particular at the ingredients used.

Ingredients found in Derma Vibrance

Unfortunately we cannot comment on the ingredients as there is not one mentioned on their website.

This is disappointing as you should be able to see what you are buying beforehand, not only to check its effectiveness but also to ensure it is safe for you to use.

Cost of the Derma Vibrance trial

As this product is available for trial you may assume that it is free to try, or comes at a small cost.

While it is certainly not true, I very much doubt those who sign up for the offer will be expecting a charge as high as $97.21 once the trial period has concluded.

This is one of the major issues with trial offers, and why I would always recommend you read the terms and conditions before you sign up. Otherwise there will be no way of knowing what you have signed up to.

These T&Cs also reveal that Derma Vibrance operates an auto-ship program too, so unless you cancel the subscription you are going to be charged monthly for further packages.

Is Derma Vibrance a scam?

With no ingredient information and the high price there is little to recommend.

My suggestion would be to look for an alternative, such as the product recommended below.

Contact details for Derma Vibrance

To cancel the trial you should contact Derma Vibrance by phone on: 1-800-986-6914

There is also an email address you may want to try: support@dermavibrance.com

Please leave a message for us below if you wish to leave your own review of your experiences with this offer.

Alternative to Derma Vibrance

Bioxin RegenerativeWhile we do not recommend the above trial there is an alternative we would recommend.

Its name is the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream, which is available to buy online via the Bauer Nutrition website.

It contains proven ingredients such as Syn-ake that works in a similar way as Botox, so will offer the following benefits:

  • Reduction of visible fine lines
  • Improved skin moisture
  • Younger looking skin
  • Improved collagen production

This product is not available for trial, so no need for you to worry about any auto-shipping or hidden charges.

Click Here to read our full review of Bioxin Regenerative!

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13 comments on "Derma Vibrance Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. What a RIP OFF. Somewhere in their volumes of information when you are signing up for the “free” ha ha trial (they don’t know the definition of “trial”) … they don’t mention that your bank account will have an automatic deduction each month of $84.48 (plus the $4.99 P&H already deducted)…and the “trial” begins when you CALL or ORDER the product, NOT when you receive it SO …I hadn’t even tried mine yet, thinking I had 14 days, and assumed I would be charged if I didn’t cancel within the 14 days… but FOUR DAYS after I received the product, I was charged and blindsided. Calling their representative at the 800-number wasn’t much help until I threatened to call the BBB and the Attorney General, and BLOGGING about their absolute LIES hidden in sheep’s skin. I’m now supposed to get my money back IF i return the product by 10 days. SO…yes, I’m returning it UNUSED, so I don’t even know IF it works. At this point, I’m so furious, I don’t care. I added 20 new wrinkles today, worrying about $84.48 coming out of my paltry social security check every month. BEWARE and read the FINE PRINT. Oh…did I mention, before I FINALLY got the approval to be refunded, which I was first told WOULD NOT HAPPEN, they offered to just charge me 50% on the NEXT shipment. Obviously, the “trial” offer is going back. Immediately, if not sooner.

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  2. Thanks for the heads up..I need to return as well. And dispute charge on credit card..why I didn’t research it first..ugh!

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  3. It is an absolute scam…i sent for free sample and paid postage etc…i got an eye irritation…it goes under name…flawless..equinox..dermac..zoomderm…they took 69.71 £ out of my account and even sent me debt collection letter for £121…
    I informed my bank last month and am now going to involve fraud s
    quad in police..i am a pensioner and this has really affected me….do not fall for this con

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  4. Yeah it’s quite a scam. I ordered the low priced “trial”. I received the product, it’s seems ok, but I haven’t seen any great results. Then six weeks later I received a second bottle and was charged $97! I called the customer service number, and they said they would cancel my “subscription”. I didn’t even bother trying to get a refund. Hopefully they have cancelled my subscription. We’ll see. I absolutely hate these predatory vendors. Why not just make a good product and let us decide if we want to keep buying it? Tricking people into subscriptions is just the worst. 🙁
    Don’t buy this product, there are better eye creams out there and you won’t get ripped off.

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  5. This took more than the 14 days to be delivered to me and they know that as they have a tracking number when it was delivered to me. I cancelled the very next day after receiving it and was still charged $131.82 for one product and 125.32 for the other.

    I had clicked on a Christie Brinkley ad and been directed to them instead. They said I should have called when it didn’t arrive but they would have only told me that it had been sent.

    This is a huge scam. I am now unsubscribed but they will not issue a refund even though they did not get the product to me when promised.

    They have flooded all the complaints with their ads

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  6. I agree with all the comments. Just went through the same thing. Got the initial free trial offers both the serum and enriching eye serum. Didn’t mind paying for the shipping – two different amounts even though they were in the same package. Didn’t receive any paperwork that I was getting any future shipments (maybe I didn’t read the fine print). Got billed $257 on my Visa today. I haven’t received my “first” shipment – they said it was in the mail. I told them I didn’t want any more and wanted my money back. They said I couldn’t send the items back and they didn’t give me a rational reason why not. The manager was supposed to call me back within 24 hours – it’s been 6 hrs. and haven’t heard anything – not that I expect to even with the time change in the US. I still haven’t received my cancellation notice by email. I will be contacting my Ombudsman if I don’t get any refund.

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  7. No refund allowed within 15 days from the date of your order but your order arrived in the 16 days. There is no way to try it out and then they charged $133.85 for the next shipment. ….super scam…… Do not order or you will regret and get darker eyes. They don’t want to do any refund even though the product is already returned with a tracking number. Please help…

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  8. Please, don’t do it! This is a scam! I was never told that I had to call to cancel anything or that I was going to be charged $97.21 + $92.30 for products that gave me rashes the first time. There was no change to my lines only heat rashes. I just discovered that I have been charged both December and November for the above sum amounts each month. Please if anyone is gonna sue them. Please let me know. I am now posting this to all my friends to beware! They have poor customer service that yell at you. I was hung up on by a guy who called himself Katil after asking for a supervisor. Please warn your friends and stay away from this company, you are better off with Oil of Olay!

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    • this is absolutely scam…stay away from this company..all the comments are true..i purchase the trial & pay for the shipment for 10.oo$ but they charge 135.27 & 125.59 without the product. so i called my bank & they said return the product & make sure i have the tracking nos.but then they keep charging me every month Oct, Nov up to now. so spent time looking online their website & i finally got their nos. i called so many times for 2 hrs & finally spoke to them. at first they said i have to call & cancelled my purchase, the only option they can give is 15% money,then up to 30% then up to 50% & then up to 100% but only the last transaction but i insist to give back my money then they hang up..i admitt my fault not reading the small print…but its not a fault to fight for the right…i have all the proof to fight back!!!!!!!!

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    • This company is terrible they will rip you off

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  9. Yes,. it is definitely a scam

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  10. can someone help me with an email address or working phone number to cancel this ridiculously expensive crap? I have been trying to cancel and can’t get a hold of anyone!

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