Nouvebelle is an anti-ageing skin care product that claims to help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.
In the following review we will look at this offer in more detail, to see first whether it works as claimed, and also whether there are any of those hidden charges that trial offers like this are well known for.
I would suggest that you read on before you rush to sign up for this offer. You most certainly do not want to be caught signing up for a trial that doesn’t work and will leave you significantly out of pocket, do you?
Claimed benefits of Nouvebelle
Benefits claimed by Nouvebelle include:
- Brighten skin’s appearance
- Restore your radiant, firmer skin
- Smooth look of stubborn fine lines
While these claims sound impressive it is worth noting that they have been written to entice you to sign up for the offer as quickly as possible.
I would suggest that you avoid doing this, but to look for actual proof of the claims.
The easiest way to check their accuracy would be to look at what ingredients have been used.
Ingredients used by Nouvebelle
Unfortunately there is very little information available regarding the ingredients found in Nouvebelle.
There is a brief mention of hydrolysed collagen, but the website itself instead relies on claimed benefits rather than facts.
This is disappointing and will certainly lead to doubts arising regarding its claims.
When looking at products it is always best to know what you are using before you receive it, in this case it is impossible.
Price of Nouvebelle
As mentioned previously Nouvebelle is available for trial, so if you are still tempted I would suggest you take a moment or two to read the terms and conditions located at the very bottom of the website.
These T&Cs will reveal the payment terms of the trial.
When you first sign up there is a £4.94 charge to pay. This allows you 14 days to trial the product.
At the end of the trial period you will then be charged again, this time £92.87.
You will also find that if you do not cancel the trial within the allotted space of time you will be automatically signed onto an auto-ship scheme that will ship you monthly packages.
These packages will continue for a 12 month period, or until you cancel the subscription.
Is Nouvebelle a scam?
With very little ingredient information there are certainly doubts that Nouvebelle works as claimed.
The major issue however is the price, which is too high. With the auto-shipping the final straw.
I would suggest that you give this offer a wide berth, there are plenty of alternatives available that are not only cheaper but more effective too.
Contact details for Nouvebelle
To contact Nouvebelle to cancel the trial you should use the following information:
Phone: +44 800 090 3383
If you have signed up for this offer and wish to leave your own review then you can do so by completing the comment form below.
Alternative to Nouvebelle
If you want a little help reducing your own visible signs of ageing and do not wish to risk signing up for a trial offer like Nouvebelle then I would suggest you take a look at the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream.
This anti-ageing cream is available to buy online via the Bauer Nutrition website, without having to sign up for a trial.
It contains proven ingredients such as the Botox alternative Syn-ake that will offer the following benefits to you:
- Fewer lines and wrinkles
- Skin moisture increase
- Increase in collagen production
As it is not available for trial there will be no auto-shipping or hidden charges to contend with.