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Is the Revoria Anti-Ageing Face Cream a scam? Review Inside

Is the Revoria Anti-Ageing Face Cream a scam? Review Inside

The Revoria anti-ageing face cream makes a number of impressive claims that will surely entice people desperate to reduce their own visible signs of ageing into signing up for the offer.

Before you do the same I would suggest that you continue reading. Our review will reveal if this product works as claimed or if it is best avoided.

Please read on to uncover the truth about this offer.

Claims made by Revoria

According to their website, using Revoria will help you to experience the following user benefits:

  • Reduces appearance of wrinkles
  • Hydrates and soothes dry skin
  • Reduces discolouration and age spots
  • Achieve healthy younger looking skin

You should never assume that claims like this are accurate, you should always check that they are realistic before handing over your credit card information.

To check the claims are accurate you should look more closely at the ingredients that have been used. This step is essential to ensure the product is safe too.

Ingredients found in Revoria

At the very bottom of the Revoria website is a link that takes you to a list of ingredients found in this anti-ageing face cream. These ingredients include:

Purified Water, Isopropyl Myristate, Glycerin, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Ceteareth 20, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Ceramide3, Ceramide6II, Ceramide1,Phytosphingosine, Cholesterol, Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Potassium Sorbate, Tocopherol Acetate, Sodium Benzoate, Triethanolamine, Disodium EDTA Polysorbate 20, Sodium Hyaluronate, Cyclopentasiloxane, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7, Retinol Palmitate (Vitamin A Palmitate), Vitamin C, Lactamide MEA, Rosemary Extract, Balm Mint Extract

While there is nothing new or groundbreaking about any of these ingredients, many of them have been used in other leading face creams.

I can therefore state that at least some benefit can be gained from its use.

Price of the Revoria trial offer

Revoria costs more than you may first think when you see it listed for trial. It is certainly not a free trial.

When you first sign up you will be charged $4.95, which is to cover the cost of shipping.

This initial charge allows you 14 days to trial the skin cream before you are charged again, with this second charge being $89.95.

If you do not cancel within this initial fortnight you will be automatically added to an auto-ship program, so further monthly deliveries and charges will be sent to you. These additional shipments will continue until you cancel your subscription.

Is the Revoria trial recommended?

Looking at the ingredients has revealed that Revoria is likely to offer some benefit to you.

We cannot recommend this offer, however. And that is because of the high price of the trial.

The initial charge is low, but we cannot justify paying almost $100 for a face cream.

Using auto-shipping is another major issue that in our experience will lead to customer complaints. We have numerous examples of customers who have signed up for similar offers only to then realise how these offers work.

I would recommend looking for an alternative. There are plenty available.

Contact details for Revoria

The contact details you will need to cancel this trial offer are as follows:

Phone: 888-313-0653
Email: support@revoriaskincaresupport.com

Returns (phone for an RMA first):

2224 S. Fairview St, Santa Ana, CA 92704

Please leave a comment for us below if you have signed up to this offer.

Alternative ant-ageing skincare offer

XYZ Smart CollagenOur suggested alternative is XYZ Smart Collagen, which comes highly recommended.

It not only increases the amount of collagen naturally produced, but also helps to slow down the break down of this vital compound, ensuring collagen levels remain high.

This helps to provide the following benefits:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • Stretch marks are reduced
  • Smoother and firmer skin

XYZ Smart Collagen is unavailable for trial, so you do not need to worry about encountering hidden or repeat charges.

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

25 comments on "Is the Revoria Anti-Ageing Face Cream a scam? Review Inside"
  1. I used it, 4th day my face broke out, my skin became so dry.. Hate this product then had to argue to get a refund.

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  2. BUYER BEWARE: The Revoria Trial Offer is a SCAM. You will be charged $89.71 for your “free” face cream and $89.77 (for an eye serum they send you as an additional “free” gift). They claim you agree to Terms when you purchase the face cream, yet can’t produce proof. There are no Terms for the additional eye serum and yet you are charged for it as well. They refuse to refund your money. It is a FRAUD. And, what’s even more insulting, the creams are just like any other. TERRIBLE COMPANY. TERRIBLE PRODUCT. TERRIBLE CRIMINALS.

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    • Hi Leslie, had a question. Did you cancel within the 14 days and they still charged you for the sample order? Just curious because I ordered this trial a couple of days ago and am wondering if I should just return the order when I get it, unopened. The post I used was not clear at all about the cost of the product or that they will charge you for the sample. Thank you.

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    • This company is a TOTAL SCAM. And as the previous person said, these people are CRIMINALS.

      Complete consumer fraud. Do not even be tempted to sign on with this folks. You will pay–and you will pay a lot–for a JUNK PRODUCT that will likely cause a skin rash.

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    • I agree, the same thing happened to me. The form you fill out has no terms listed and why choose eye serum to auto send when I signed up for face cream,!I thought. Total misleading advertisement . I like Faith McGraw and heard her interview talking about this product so I ordered it (which I never do) maybe this is the wrong name. Bottom line beware!

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  3. I have already sent you a complaint that this crap caused a rash. You chose to ignore my complaint and you continue to send me this stuff. It is piling up on an occasional table in my living room. AND you continue to send it AND charge my credit card each and every time even though I asked to STOP sending it, and STOP CHARGING MYCREDIT CARD. I have had it. My next move will be to file a complaint—-AGAIN.

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    • See my comments above STOP SENDING ME THIS CRAP, AND STOP CHARGING MY CREDIT CARD. I WILL RESORT TO LEGAL MEANS. PLEASE————-

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      • Please read my message above.

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        • what a rip off!!! When I saw the additional charge on my credit card of $89.00 I called and asked what was going on . They offered to send me another bottle at half price, then offered to send me a free bottle. I argued for 30 minutes about getting a refund and they just kept offering to send me more product. I am now going to go to my bank and dispute this charge. Save yourself a huge headache and do not buy this product.

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    • This page is a review. We do not endorse trial offers. I would suggest using the contact details provided in the above review.

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    • My advice stay away from these people its a total scam. Good luck getting your money back,no wonder Joanne quit her tv job she probably makes more selling this junk !

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  4. I AM GOING TO CANCEL MY CREDIT CARDS———-ARE YOU PAYING ANY ATTENTION AT ALL?

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  5. I totally agree that this a scam. I ordered the trial in December 2017 – there was nothing that said this would be a recurring order and that I would be billed $89 and $89 for the eye serum. I got a box with items in January and thought it was an error and I would call them to send it back. I tossed the box in the corner and forgot about it until I received another one today. I actually used a credit card that I don’t use often and that I have automatic payments so I didn’t notice the charges for the Revoria. I was told by the rep that there are no refunds. I’m going to my cc company to see if I can dispute the charges.

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    • FIRST OF ALL!!!!! YOU MUST REALIZE THAT THESE SHYSTERS HAVE BILKED AT LEAST 100,000 WOMEN OUT OF UNTOLD THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS BY USING THEIR UNSCRUPULOUS, FRAUDULENT AND DECEPTIVE ACTIONS AS WELL AS BEHAVIORS. The most devastating part of their SCAM has been ripping off a majority of WOMEN OVER 50 — MANY ON LIMITED FIXED INCOMES!!!!
      THEY ARE ABUSING AND INJURING THESE WOMEN AND IT MUST BE STOPPED. YOUR ANGRY YET RESOLUTE CALL TO THEM IS SO IMPORTANT TO MORE THAN YOURSELF — YOUR GIVING A VOICETO TENS OF THOUSANDS OF WOMEN PERHAPS AFRAID OR UNCOMFORTABLE WITH DEMANDING THEIR MONEY BACK!!! I DID ALL OF THIS MYSELF BECAUSE I WAS SCREWED TWICE !! — AND, I DID GET ALL MY MONEY BACK — PLUS THEY ASKED ME TO KEEP THE PRODUCTS FOR MY OWN USE.

      BACK TO ACTION!!!

      Immediately contact your credit card company and tell them ALL the details, including the dates/charges for each transaction. Tell them this company has now been identified as a Marketing Scammer. Demand that ALL THE CHARGES AGAINST YOUR CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT FROM THIS COMPANY BE IMMEDIATELY REVERSED AND ANY NEW CHARGES MUST BE DENIED. The best way to do this is to CLOSE THAT CREDIT CARD # due to the Fraud. I understand that you use tis same card for several Automated Payments but, the credit card company will want you to close it and re-issue you a new credit card number. They should be able to transfer all of those regular payments to the new card # for you. However, YOU must contact each of the companies who bill that account each month and make sure you give them the new card infirmation, as soon as you get it. The Bank or Credit Card Company should be able to get you the New Card within 2 –3 workung days — but you MUST ASK THEM TO RUSH THE NEW CARD TO YOU. They can definitely do this so be firm but appreciative.

      Then, contact the company again at
      (888) 313-0653 & ask/demand to speak to a Senior Staff Manager re the FRAUDULENT CHARGES THEY HAVE MADE AGAINST YOUR ACCOUNT, PLUS INTEREST AND ANY PENALTIES INCURRED. Give them a final total to be immediately credited back to your credit card. If they refuse to do this or try to get you to trade product for the credits due, GET TOUGH!

      Tell them you have an attorney working with you and, on your behalf, your attorney will be filing charges of Fraud plus other related crimes against the company for their criminal behavior. These charges will be filed with the Better Business Bureau, the State Attorneys General and all other relevant
      Make them give you an RMA so you can return this crap and make SURE THEY MUST PAY ALL RETURN SHIPPING COSTS. Make sure you make copies of all Invoices, noting the supposed, relevant “order number”. Then, photograph each separate order and its Invoice (must be readable!!) and ‘attach’ the photos to the email you send them.

      Good luck!! Stay strong and clear-minded! Remember — their success depends on the fact that they believe we are too weak to stand up to them and DEMAND that they do business in an ethical, honest way!!

      PG

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  6. I am so mad right now! I ordered the free trial of the face cream and eye serum. I just got my credit card bill statement and it said they’re charging me $89.77! When I ordered this so called ” free” trial I didn’t read ANYWHERE where it said you had to pay the full amount if you weren’t satisfied within 15 days and cancel! I just got off the phone with customer service and fought like he’ll demanding a refund and he said no! Product dries my skin out too. Its all CRAP.

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  7. I was charged 93 75 for 1.5 oz eye serum and very hard to find there web site for serum, only thru other companies, at least this support page is here. Wish I had read it first. Lastly they don’t take product back! Who does that if its cost is 93.75?

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  8. I am VERY careful about getting scammed but I love samples. The ad on Facebook used Teresa Cuputo and offered a totally “free” sample. I figured it was a scam so read everything very carefully and did NOT see anything about agreeing to be charged for future shipments or even anything about cancelling it. If I had, I would have never in a million years given them my credit card number. Total and complete scam and I am still in the process of getting my money back. I never even looked at my CC statements as I didn’t think I needed to. They need to be charged with a crime.

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    • This is a scam how can we fight this

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    • Biggest scam ever. I’m turning them into the better business burea I was charged 190$ for two small samples. I called and told them I’m disabled and they could have cared less. Most companies would do something. I don’t even want to use the product now. No face cream is worth that. Such a horrible company and horrible customer service. We all need to spread the word on fb what a rip off they are. If we can save one person from wasting their money it’s worth it SCAM

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  9. SCAM DO Not Do It

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  10. I want to cancel this!!!!! I signed up for a trial offer and am constantly bombarded with boxes!!! I didn’t sign up for a subscription!!!!! If I am not taken off I swear I’ll hire a lawyer. This cream is crap!!! Doesn’t work at all. how can someone use a jar all in a month???? STOP SENDING THIS TO ME!!!!!

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  11. Thank you all for writing the reviews. It is a shame that companies scam like this and I have been victim I. The past. Be sure to take the time to report to the better business bureau in line and to the state attorney generals office. That is the only way to end the scammers and make them know.

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  12. Yes , I am actually in the process if trying to cancel now…I got the product, hated it because it burnt my face and when I called to cancel I was just begged into extending my trial a few more days…so I gave it 2 more and now I have emailed to cancel and will be calling tomorrow. I am still about 5 days before my 14 day trial is up so we will see….they better not try this bs…that’s be the wrong move

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  13. People BEWARE: they commit fraud everyday. Thank God for the fraud department notifying me. Don’t order!!

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