Nouvalift is an anti-wrinkle cream that is claimed to be a better option than Botox.
This is quite some claim, but how accurate is it? We have read similar claims before from products also available for trial. We certainly have doubts surrounding the claims.
In previous reviews there has been a lack of proof and when looking more closely at the products have discovered hidden charges and auto-shipping, which is certainly not something you want to sign up for.
In the following review we will look at this offer in more detail. Please read on to find out what we discovered.
Claims made by Nouvalift
Using Nouvalift is said to offer the following benefits:
- Injection-free solution for younger skin
- Amazing new Hollywood secret
- Makes lines and wrinkles vanish
- Increase collagen production
- Decrease in appearance of dark circles
For anyone concerned about their own visible signs of ageing, reading claims such as this will certainly entice them to sign up for this offer.
I would suggest however, that you look for actual proof of these claims before rushing to sign up. At the very least you should look to see what ingredients have been used.
Ingredients found in Nouvalift
While it claims to be made using an “advanced patented formula” there is very little ingredient information available, let alone a label.
What information available states that Nouvalift is made using “proprietary Bisophere combined with QuSome delivery”, but it remains to be seen if this will offer any significant benefit.
Some benefit maybe experienced, but I would be wary of the claim that it is better than Botox.
Price of Nouvalift
Nouvalift is available for trial, so it will be worth your while reading every available bit of information available to check what it is you are actually signing up for.
This means that if there are terms and conditions available these should be read in full too.
Luckily for you the T&Cs are available to view, which state that you have 14 days to trial Nouvalift, after which time you will be charged $99.95.
At the conclusion of the trial you will also be automatically signed up to an auto-ship program too that will send you further monthly packages at cost.
As with most auto-ship programs, these shipments will continue until you cancel your subscription to the program.
Is Nouvalift a scam?
There are certainly doubts surrounding the ingredients used and the claims made. The high cost of this offer is also a major problem.
All in all, it is probably best to avoid this offer, and probably all trial offers too. They are rarely the good deal they first appear to be.
I would suggest that you look for an alternative.
Contact details for Nouvalift
To contact Nouvalift to cancel your trial you will need the following contact details:
Please leave a message below if you have signed up for this trial offer.
Alternative to Nouvalift
While we can’t recommend the product reviewed above there is an alternative that comes highly recommended.
Its name is the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream and it is sold by Bauer Nutrition.
It is made using proven ingredients, such as the Botox alternative Syn-ake, and as it is not available for trial there is no auto-shipping or hidden charges.