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Revitol Phytoceramides Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Revitol Phytoceramides Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Revitol Phytoceramides is an anti-ageing skin care system that is claimed to be “better than Botox”.

In the following review we will look more closely at this offer to see if it can back up its impressive claims. We will also look to see if there are any hidden charges, which we know could be a possibility as this product is available for trial.

Claims made by Revitol

Revitol claims to offer the following benefits:

  • Decrease appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Decrease appearance of wrinkle depth
  • Decrease in appearance of dark circles

To ensure these claims are accurate I would suggest looking to see what ingredients have been used in this anti-ageing skin cream.

Ingredients used in Revitol

Firstly it should be noted that there is no label available so there is no way of knowing exactly what is found in Revitol.

What we do know from the website is that it contains the following ingredients:

Mathxyl 3000, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamins A,C and E, as well as Alpha Lipoic acid and Ceramide-2 and Beta Glucan.

These ingredients have all been used in other skin care products so I can certainly see some benefit to be gained from using Revitol too.

How much does Revitol cost?

When looking at products online you should always ensure you know exactly what it costs before you give away your contact information.

With Revitol Phytoceramides the price is not immediately clear, and unlike other trial offers reading the T&Cs does not answer the question either.

In fact there is zero information available on the website regarding the true cost of the trial.

From past experience though we can assume that when you first sign up you will be charged a small fee to cover the postage, then at the end of the trial period you will be charged the full purchase price, which is usually a lot more than you would expect.

What we have discovered in the T&Cs is that Revitol operates an auto-ship program, so once signed up you will be sent further monthly packages at cost to you, which will continue until your subscription is cancelled.

Is Revitol a scam?

The ingredients of Revitol are likely to be of benefit, however we cannot recommend this trial offer due to the doubts surrounding its cost.

Without the pricing information being made available I would suggest you look elsewhere at a product that is willing to disclose these important details.

Contact details for Revitol

There are various phone numbers listed for Revitol at their website, a few are listed below too:

USA & International: (818) 303-9260
UK: (020) 3006 2872
Australia: (800) 058-524

Please leave a message below if you have signed up for this trial.

Alternative anti-ageing skincare cream

If you are looking for a way to reduce the visible signs of ageing and do not want to risk signing up for a trial offer then I would suggest that you take a look at the Evolution Slimming website.

They have their own anti-ageing skin care cream called EvoCream that has seen some pretty impressive reviews.

It is currently available for £29.99($45), and as it is not available for trial there is no auto-shipping or any hidden charges.

Click here to buy EvoCreme from Evolution Slimming!

3 comments on "Revitol Phytoceramides Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. I don’t want to buy any thing.I am Amanda Hammond, 40,Howards Close, Pinner, Middx. UK.I did not place an order with you &I don’t want anything to do with it. You helped yourselves to £66 of my money.I only sent yr parcel back last year (HASSLE)Why on earth would I order the same product again.????Suddenly out of the blue you take money off me for a product I didn’t order & haven’t received anyway.If the parcel turns up I will of course send it back.I have notified my building society of your bloody cheek.I want my £66 back now or I shall have no choice but to confirm that this is a fraudulent transaction. Take me off ALL yr mailing lists & I never want to hear from you ever again.I am 55 years old,my husband has just died & you are robbing me.I cancel all autoshipments for EVER.Amanda Hammond.

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    • Mandy, the above is a review warning of these types of auto-shipments/charges. I suggest you speak to your bank if these payments are continuing.

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  2. I’ve been scammed please be careful I’ve been charged £89 so much for a free sample please please be careful

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