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Reno Restorative Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is it a scam?

Reno Restorative Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is it a scam?

The Reno restorative anti-ageing cream claims to help provide a range of anti-ageing benefits.

Our review will look more closely at this product, the benefits it offers and whether the offer is good value overall.

We can see that this product is available for trial, so it is worth checking to see if there are any hidden charges involved.

If you are considering signing up for this offer I would highly recommend that you continue reading.

Claimed benefits of Reno

According to their website, using Reno will provide you with the following user benefits:

  • Boosts hydration and nourishment
  • Restores elasticity and firmness
  • Eliminates wrinkles and fine lines

To check whether Reno really offers these benefits we will need to look more closely at the ingredients used. Are they up to scratch, and more importantly are they safe to use?

We most certainly do not want to use a product that could potentially cause harm or side effects to occur.

Ingredients found in Reno Anti-Ageing

The ingredients mentioned on the Reno anti-ageing cream website are:

  • Stay C-50; which is a stable form of vitamin C that prevents accelerated skin ageing.
  • Vitamin E; improved overall texture and tone, which helps to reduce under-eye circles.
  • Wheat Protein; gives your skin a naturally balanced, soothing moisture.

These ingredients will certainly offer numerous anti-ageing benefits.

Price of the Reno trial offer

Reno is claimed to be a free trial, but is this true?

After reading the terms and conditions page, located in the footer section I can reveal that this is a lie.

No part of this trial is free.

When you first sign up for this offer there is a £4.95 shipping fee to pay. You will then be allowed to try this anti-ageing cream for 17 days before you are charged again, with this second charge being £78.49.

You will also discover that Reno operates an auto-ship program, meaning that failure to cancel the trial means that further monthly packages will be sent to you.

Would we recommend this trial offer?

We cannot recommend this trial offer, as despite its ingredients likely able to offer numerous benefits the cost of this cream is excessive.

Lying about it being a free trial is also undesirable and likely to lead to customer complaints.

Contact details for Reno Anti-Ageing

If you want to cancel this trial offer you will need the following contact information:

Email: client@beautepro.eu

I would also recommend that you speak to your bank, as they should be able to help.

Please leave your own review below if you have signed up to this offer.

Alternative Anti-Ageing Product

XYZ Smart CollagenOur chosen alternative would be XYZ Smart Collagen, which is product that contains proven anti-ageing ingredients that can boost collagen production.

It also helps to slow down the rate that collagen is broken down by your body.

Benefits on offer include:

  • Fewer fines lines and wrinkles
  • Tighter skin
  • A more youthful appearance

XYZ Smart Collagen is not available for trial, so you wont encounter any hidden charges or auto-shipping.

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

29 comments on "Reno Restorative Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. I have been trying to find a phone number to cancel any further products being sent but can’t find one it really is a scam

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  2. I was away and was surprised that my trial package arrived so fast. when i read the small print at the end of the page i do believe it was the same scam i got involed in some years ago .However in saying that, the ads are misleading and the cost increases 100 fold. or more. yes cancel it. even if the product is good. the hidden cost no one can afford unless you are a millionaire. there is a phone number in England on the end of my product to phone. which i will try later today, but also recommend that you contact your bank as they can block payments.
    So that is also a job for today..so thanks for the information. I should have checked this out before sending for the free trial. good luck Carol.

    Josephine

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    • Hiya this is a scam please can someone send me a UK contact number for this company so I can cancel any future orders as I can’t seem to find anything.
      Thanks vanessa

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  3. i have had my bank block these payments do not send off for these free trials complete rip off

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  4. do not send off for this product

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  5. do not send any money to this product sent email and blocked my account

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  6. please don’t send me any more products

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  7. I DID NOT EVEN RECEIVE THE “FREE” SAMPLE AND YOU HAVE TAKEN MONEY FROM MY ACCOUNT AND I HAVE RECEIVED NO GOODS PLEASE RETURN THE MONEY TO MY CREDIT CARD NOW AND I HAVE CANCELLED IT SO YOU CAN TAKE NO MORE IN FUTURE I HAVE HAD NOTHING FROM YOU AND PAID YOU FOR NOTHING SO RE EMBURSE MY CARD AND DO NOT SEND ME ANY MORE OF YOUR ITEMS.

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  8. I would like to cancel any order with yourself .I have used a trial sample for just over a week and my skin is now covered in breakouts. I must be sensitive to the ingredients in your products. I just want to add that I didn’t realize that by purchasing a trial sample you would be automatically sent and billed for more products. if I’d of know I would not of sent off for trail skin care product in the first place .

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  9. Take me off your mailing list as I have stopped my bank account

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  10. I sent for the Reno free trial, not meaning to order the eye cream as well. No way on the site to cancel the order. The first I knew I had inadvertently signed up to something was a credit card statement with two amounts totalling £132 taken n the same day barely two weeks after the first “trial” order. I sincerely hope I have managed cancel the subscription but I will have no hesitation in taking the matter further if I get nowhere. I would urge others affected by this to take action.

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  11. Cancel my subscription. I have been charged without my authorisation. I have informed my bank

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  12. I had the misfortune of placing an order with you.

    You have since taken the liberty to send me a second order without any request from myself.

    This is an example of exploiting credit card payment and i firstly request to be reimbursed as i
    do not intend using the product. Surely I am legally within my rights to have same collected by appointment?
    Sincerely Yours

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  13. I got my free stem cell cream trial but i also orderd a Reno mascara and payed for it and i do not have my order even though i payed for it it should have arrived yesterday and i waited all day for it can u plz look in to it and finde out were my order is if not plz pay back the £19 i payed for it i am not happy about this but i will take this matter futher if i have to and get intouch with tradingstanders if i dont hear from your companey today i sent a email yesterday and still nothin. Regards Hilary

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  14. Please take me off mailing list I did not place any order , only asked for free sample 2 were sent and charged twice, for poatage now I have received 2 more in post and charged 85.00 and 65.00 euro which has been taken from my account. which I can not afford. I have informed my bank.

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