Retinolla is a face cream that promises to help you “cheat your age”, as it can help “quickly erase wrinkles, crows feet and age spots”. How does it work though?
We have reviewed products like this in the past, that make big claims but end up being overpriced auto-ship schemes. Retinolla is available for trial, but does this automatically put it into the same category of the previously reviewed scams?
In the following review we will look at this face cream in more detail to see how it works and whether it can back up its claims.
Claimed benefits of Retinolla
Retinolla makes some big claims, which include:
- Restores collagen and elastin levels
- Eliminates wrinkles and fine lines
- Protects from free radical damage
While these claims sound impressive, it is worth noting that they mean very little if there is no proof to back them up. This is why it is always advisable to check the ingredients of any product before you try it.
What is Retinolla made from?
Unfortunately despite claims that it is made using “revolutionary cutting edge ingredients” there is not one mention of what these ingredients are.
How can you tell how effective a product is without this information? Plus, would you really want to put a cream onto your face that could potentially cause a reaction?
As stated before you should always look to see what the ingredients are before purchasing, which is currently impossible with Retinolla.
Price of Retinolla
When looking for the price of trial offers such as Retinolla you should always take the time to read the terms and conditions (located at the very bottom of the website).
Firstly there is a £3.95 charge when you first sign up for this offer, then another £97.95 charge at the end of the 14 day trial.
As this is an auto-ship program or auto replenishment program you will also be sent further monthly packages for the price of £69.95.
The T&Cs also mention £1.17 charge for maintaining your membership.
Is Retinolla a scam?
The lack of ingredients is a big problem, but the price is the biggest issue.
Simply put Retinolla is incredibly expensive with no proof of its claims. I would suggest that you look for an alternative.
Contact details for Retinolla
The contact details for Retinolla are hidden away in the terms and conditions, but if you want to cancel there is an option online.
The contact details are as follows:
Phone: +16-479-339312 (US and Canada) or +44-2031-500257 (UK and EU)
Please leave a message below if you have signed up for this offer.
Alternative to Retinolla
When you compare the price of Retinolla with Bioxin Regenerative (available from Bauer Nutrition) there is no real comparison as it is available for a much more affordable £39.95.
This face cream is made using proven ingredients, such as Syn-ake and Coenzyme Q10. No wonder those who have used it have been impressed by how it has been able to make their skin firmer and smoother.
Benefits of using this cream include:
- Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
- Increase in skin moisture
- Boost in collagen production
This product is also not available for trial, so there are no hidden or repeat charges to worry about.