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Nayvi Instant Wrinkle Serum Review – Is the trial best avoided?

Nayvi Instant Wrinkle Serum Review – Is the trial best avoided?

The Nayvi Instant Wrinkle Serum makes a number of impressive claims that will surely entice some people into signing up for the offer.

Does this product work as claimed? That is the first question you should be asking yourself.

The following review will look to answer the question, plus a number of others. Including whether we believe you should sign up to this trial.

If you are tempted by this offer then I would suggest that you read on before jumping into any decision you may come to regret.

Claimed benefits of Nayvi

As with the many similar trial offers we have reviewed in the past, Nayvi also claims to help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.

The other claimed benefits are also familiar:

  • Brighten skin’s appearance
  • Restore your radiant, firmer skin
  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines

To check the accuracy of these claims I would recommend looking to see what ingredients have been used.

Ingredients used to create the Nayvi Instant Wrinkle Serum

Unfortunately, despite its impressive claims there is very little proof to back them up.

We would prefer to see a label, but even a list of ingredients used would be better than what is currently available.

The only information available on the website is that “premium quality ingredients” have been used.

This is certainly not enough information, even with statements like “whole collagen molecules” and a “peptide-rich” formula being used.

With almost no ingredient information we cannot tell how effective this product is, and I would be wary about putting a product that could possibly cause a reaction on my skin.

True cost of the Nayvi trial offer

As with most trial offers, to find out its true cost you should take a moment to read its terms and conditions.

These T&Cs state that there is a $4.95 charge to pay when you first sign up to this offer, then a second charge of $89.87 at the conclusion of the 14 day trial.

At the conclusion of the trial you will also be placed onto an auto-ship program that will ship you further monthly packages. Of course any additional deliveries will be charged at full price too.

Would we recommend Nayvi?

We most certainly would not recommend signing up for the Nayvi trial offer.

Not only is it expensive, but it is unproven too.

There are plenty of alternatives, including the one recommended below, so opt for that instead.

Contact details for Nayvi

The contact details needed to cancel the Nayvi trial offer are found below:

Phone: 877-565-3010
Email: info@trynayviskinserumnow.com

Please leave a comment below with your own review of your experiences.

Alternative anti-ageing skincare offer

XYZ Smart CollagenOur suggested alternative is available to buy online.

The product is called XYZ Smart Collagen and it comes highly recommended, with proven anti-ageing ingredients being used.

This means that the following benefits can be experienced:

  • Less visible lines and wrinkles
  • More skin moisture
  • Increased collagen production

There is no trial option, so no risk of encountering hidden or repeat charges.

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

13 comments on "Nayvi Instant Wrinkle Serum Review – Is the trial best avoided?"
  1. AVOID…….it’s a SCAM!
    I saw they said this company is backed/owned by tv’s home show Joanna Gaines, so I thought I would give this a try. After all, it was only $5. So after I provided my debit card number, a second box popped up for an additional cream for aprox another $5. I was unable to get out of this cream, which I did not want to try and it just took my order. I thought about calling, but thought how long would I be on hold for complaining that I did not want this second product and their web site scammed me and it was only about $5, so I just let it go. Well, two weeks later they are billing me $89 and $92 for each of these (0.5 oz and 1.0 oz) products (really). I called to say don’t send, I don’t want them and they said too bad you already got them. Really, the 0.5 and 1.0 oz cream I already paid $11 something for is now an additional almost $200???? Kidding, right? NOPE! This is how they make money. And did I mention the 0.5 oz bottle would not pump so I never used.

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    • I had the same experience …noticed two debits on my bank account one for $89 and the other for $92…when I called the respective customer service numbers I discovered both were the Nayvi…this is a total scam…for two small jars of the stuff I, too, paid more than $200 for!!

      I cancelled both orders….beware!!!!

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    • I actually was fool enough to believe that because it appeared on Shark Tank and those multi-million entrepreneurs know a good product when they see one, I would send for my “FREE” trial and only pay the shipping cost. Low and behold within two weeks my bank was charged $182.27. I called the number provided and was told that I had two weeks from order date to have cancelled the charges. However, no where is there a mention of this two week period for cancelling any future charges. The only paperwork that came with the product was a description of what I was receiving. There was no phone number or webpage information. Living on a fixed
      income, this became a difficult amount to lose. This was nothing more than a SCAM!!!!

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  2. I had the same experience as Belinda. They also charged me an additional $1.99. They have several company names and telephone numbers. When I called, I was threatened and hung up on. I have disputed all the charges except the $4.95, which I thought I was signing up for.

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  3. I used the trial bottle for 2 weeks until the pump stopped working. When I opened the bottle, the product was clumped inside so I threw it away. I was charged $93.00 for a second shipment that I never received. I then received another shipment, charged $93.00 again!
    After a call to customer service, the subscription was finally stopped. Of course, nothing could be returned or refunded. Poor product performance, very overpriced and deceptive selling techniques!

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  4. Scam, Scam Scam!!!!!!
    Do not buy this product. When I ordered I was under the assumption that I was get a trail size for the price of shipping. When I tried to call and cancel the subscription, I waited on the phone more than once for over 38 minutes and no one picked up. I was charged of course, but when I disputed with the company, (after having to get my credit card company involved) the call center rep was a JERK!! Only worse. Said I could have no refund and told me it was too bad I didn’t read the fine print. My trail bottle didn’t even last a week before it was empty. So disappointed. The Attorney General needs to be called and told what a fraud this is.

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  5. Scam and con job!! I also thought I was just getting a trial offer. Definitely not the case – charged for both products. Figured I go conned and thought ok very expensive lesson – but lesson learned. But had no clue this was a subscription and just received another package with both products. Got on the phone and talked to an overbearing rep who only wanted to sell me more products. Kept saying I wanted to cancel and asked about returning the unused products I just received – of course no refund policy – that tells you right there its a scam. What reputable company doesn’t have a return policy. Please everyone read the fine print before you buy – don’t get taken in like I did!

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  6. SCAM SCAM SCAM we got our “free” samples then noticed the charges on our card after two more samples came. We were told there were no refunds… really? No refunds. The customer service guy was a total JERK. Should have known better; the product came without instructions and no paperwork..there is print on the bottle if you have a 4x magnifying glass; but there is noting about ingredients. I’ve learned an expensive lesson.

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  7. DITTO to all the above reviews. You do get a free sample, but you get charged full price for it later if you cancel or not. I too that that it would not be a scam since the Shark Tank show endorsed it. What a fool I am. SCAM SCAM SCAM

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  8. Said FREE trial offer – no mention of month,y charges after 14 days — DO NOT DO!!! Totally a scam and I thought they were legit because of Shark Tank. Want to report them to the BBB
    Beware

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  9. same as everyone else…cancel it immediately! what a clever scam!!!

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    • Alan, we do not endorse trial offers. We have provided contact details for you in the above review.

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      • What a scam they got going I did report them to the better business bureau they got 10 complaints 1 star if I could give a 0 I would have! They deserve to get shut down for there business practice! Expensive lesson don’t buy any free trials it will cost you a lot in the end for the crap they send!!!

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