Divine Youth is an anti-ageing moisturiser that promises various benefits, but can we believe these claims?
We have reviewed a seemingly endless number of trial offers in the past and have been disappointed by every one of them.
Is there anything that sets this offer apart from the rest? The following review will discover the truth behind the hype.
Please read on before rushing to sign up for this offer.
Claims made by Divine Youth
The first claim you will find is that using this product will help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”, it also makes the following claims on its website:
- Brighten skin’s appearance
- Restore your radiant, firmer skin
- Smooth look of stubborn fine lines
Of course these claims sound impressive, but we have read similar claims in the past, only to be disappointed with the lack of proof.
To check whether Divine Youth can truly offer these benefits we will need to look at the product in more detail, in particular at the ingredients used.
Ingredients found in Divine Youth
We have reviewed products in the past that do not even list their ingredients, which make them impossible to prove their claims.
Divine Youth however has a list of its ingredients available, with proven ingredients such as Hydrolysed Marine Collagen, among others being used.
Of course we would prefer a label showing the actual dosages, but this is much better than nothing. It also shows us that there should be some benefit to using this product.
There are still other aspects to consider before we approve this trial offer, for example how much does it cost, and are there any hidden terms we should be aware of?
Price of Divine Youth
The terms and conditions page found at the very bottom of the website will reveal the true price of this trial offer.
These T&Cs reveal that Divine Youth will cost an initial $4.97, but this only gives you 14 days to decide if you wish to continue using this product.
After this 14 day trial period has ended you will be charged once again, this time $89.97.
This wont be the end of the trial however, as failure to contact them to cancel the trial means that you will be automatically signed onto an auto-ship program that will continue to ship you monthly until your subscription is cancelled.
Is Divine Youth a scam?
After looking at the ingredients used I can certainly see some benefit to using this product.
Unfortunately there are issues surrounding its price. Simply put it is too expensive and chances are you wont be happy about being automatically placed onto an auto-ship program.
Before you sign up to any trial offer you should always do your research to check what it is you are signing up for. Otherwise you maybe in for an expensive shock.
As things stand we cannot recommend you sign up to this offer.
Contact details for Divine Youth
To cancel the trial you should use the following contact information:
Please leave a comment below if you have signed up to this offer.
Alternative to Divine Youth
For example the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream (sold online by Bauer Nutrition) comes highly recommended.
It is made using proven ingredients such as the Botox alternative Syn-ake, so you should see good results using it.
Benefits on offer include:
- Fewer lines and wrinkles
- Increased skin moisture
- Boost in collagen production
This product is not available for trial so no need to worry about auto-shipments or any hidden charges.