Using Regenes Lift is said to help you “get a clear and glowing skin lift”, which is just one of the many claims made.
The following review will look at this offer in more detail, to see firstly if its claims are accurate. But then also to look at the price of the trial too.
From previous experience trial offers have often turned out to be scams, with many leading onto expensive auto-ship programs.
I would suggest you read on before signing up for this offer.
Claims made by Regenes Lift
Regenes Lift offers an “advanced anti-ageing lift”, but what other claims have been made:
- Reduce the appearance of wrinkles
- Diminish darkening of skin
- Stimulate renewal of skin cells
- Add firmness and density
- Revitalise your skin
To check how accurate these claims truly are we would definitely need to look more closely at the ingredients used.
Ingredients found in Regenes Lift
Unlike many other products we have reviewed Regenes Lift actually has their label available to view.
It contains many different ingredients that have been shown to offer various skin benefits.
The website itself makes a big deal about its formula containing Resveratrol, which has been shown to offer anti-ageing benefits.
This is because Resveratrol is a powerful natural antioxidant that protects against oxidative damage. It can also help reduce inflammation too.
Price of Regenes Lift
The big issue with Regenes Lift is the price, which is likely to shock you.
First there is a £4.75 shipping and handling charge to pay when you first sign up, which is ok. But then just 12 days later you will be charged again, this time £95.60.
As Regenes Lift operates an auto-ship program, should you fail to cancel the trial in time you will be sent further monthly packages. Each package will cost £95.60, plus a £6.79 shipping charge.
These deliveries and charges will continue until your subscription to this program has been cancelled.
Is Regenes Lift a scam?
While there are certainly ingredients used that are likely to be of benefit, there is no escaping the fact that Regenes Lift is incredibly expensive.
Not only that but 12 days is simply not enough time to see any benefit. Chances are it will take a few days to arrive too, which will cut into the trial period dramatically.
There is a reason we do not endorse trial offers and that is because the payment terms are not always clear. I can almost guarantee that there will be people who sign up for this offer without reading the terms and conditions, which is where the payment terms are stated.
These people will inevitably be charged for the trial and will likely feel scammed.
Unfortunately by this point there is very little that can be done apart from contact Regenes Lift to see if a refund can be provided.
Contact details for Regenes Lift
To get in touch with Regenes Lift I would suggest the following contact information:
Phone: +44 0800 1455872
If you have signed up to this offer and wish to leave your own review then I suggest you fill out the comment form below.
Alternative to Regenes Lift
It is the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream and it is sold online via the Bauer Nutrition website.
This particular product comes highly recommended and contains some pretty good ingredients, including the Botox alternative Syn-ake.
The benefits you can expect include:
- Fewer lines and wrinkles
- Increased skin moisture
- Increase in collagen production
As it is not available to trial the price you see onsite is the price you will pay. There is no auto-shipping or hidden charges involved with your order.