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Sans Áge Anti-Ageing Cream – Is this trial offer a scam?

Sans Áge Anti-Ageing Cream – Is this trial offer a scam?

Sans Áge is an anti-ageing cream that offers a range of benefits, one of its claims is that its use can help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.

Our review will look at this product in more detail, plus the details of the trial itself to see if it is worth signing up to.

I would suggest that if you are tempted by this offer that you read on. We will soon reveal if this offer is recommended or not.

Claims made by Sans Áge

Using this anti-ageing face cream is said to offer the following user benefits:

  • Brighten skin’s appearance
  • Restore your radiant, firmer skin
  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines

Of course these claims are impressive, they are after-all designed to entice you into signing up for this offer as quickly as possible.

Before you go rushing for your credit card information you should continue reading. Your next step should be to check what ingredients have been used, as this is the best method of verifying the claims.

Ingredients found in Sans Áge

If you are looking for a label or list of ingredients then you are going to be disappointed at neither are available on their website.

What they have instead is a few sentences that state that “premium quality ingredients” have been used. And that “whole collagen molecules” and a “peptide-rich serum” has been used.

While this may sound impressive it doesn’t actually prove anything and leaves me doubting the claimed benefits.

Price of the Sans Áge trial offer

When looking at trial offers like this you should never assume that they are free, chances are that it wont be.

To check the true cost you should spend a little time reading through the terms and conditions page, which is usually to be found in the footer section of the website.

Their T&Cs state that there is a £4.95 shipping charge to pay when you first sign up to this offer, which allows you 14 days to try the face cream.

Once this trial period has ended not only will you be charged again (£99.99) but you will also be added to an auto-ship program.

This means that further monthly packages will be delivered to you at cost.

To avoid these auto-shipments and additional charges you will need to contact Sans Áge before the trial concludes.

Is the Sans Áge trial offer a scam?

There are some major issues that stop me from recommending this offer to you.

Not only is this product expensive, but the lack of ingredient information leaves me doubting its claims too.

The use of auto-shipping is another major issue that in our experience will lead to customer complaints.

I would recommend that you look for an alternative.

Contact details for Sans Áge

The contact details for Sans Áge are as follows:

Phone: 0800 072 5299
Email: support@sansage.co.uk

Please leave a comment for us below if you have tried this anti-ageing face cream.

Alternative to Sans Áge

Bioxin RegenerativeWe do not recommend the above reviewed offer but we have an alternative that we do recommend.

Its name is the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream, which is available to buy online from the Bauer Nutrition website.

Alongside its other proven anti-ageing ingredients is the natural Botox alternative Syn-ake that when combined offers the following user benefits:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced
  • An increase in collagen produced
  • More skin moisture

This anti-ageing face cream is not available for trial, so no hidden charges or auto-shipping.

Click Here to read our full review of Bioxin Regenerative!

9 comments on "Sans Áge Anti-Ageing Cream – Is this trial offer a scam?"
  1. I was under the impression that I had ordered a free trial of the Sans age cream, and I am shocked this morning to receive an email charging me £99.99p.

    There is no way that I would have bought a cream costing this much, and am equally horrified to also learn that I may be added to an auto- ship program. This is a scam and should be reported at once to the relevant authorities. I am very angry and at a loss as to how to get out of this dreadful situation and stop any further cream being delivered to me.

    Mrs P. Caldicott

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    • i also was led to beleive it was free just pay pp.then they took 95 plus out of my account! i rang my bank immediatly they have now put a block on sansage from taking anymore money .this was from fraud people whome have an interest in this scam .im hoping to receive money sansage took from my account back .ive learnt my lesson .read small print .my advice do not go there wiv sansage .

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    • Call the number on there page and say u signed up for a free sample and u want to cancel your order. I did and they said i owed them £49 i told them i didnt want it so to return it would then also cost me £10 to return it, in the wnd she said to just keep it and i only paid £10.

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    • Exactly the same scenario as Mrs Caldicott above……it’s a scam. It has taught me to always read the small print in T&Cs though so I shouldn’t be caught out again. I am now working on how to solve the £99.99p payment problem and trying to find out where to return the cream to without having to ring the given number.
      We all live and learn. If it seems too good to be true it probably is!

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  2. I also fell for this scam! Call their 0800 number (on ‘suport@sansage.co.uk). Create Merry Hell and refuse their offer for you to return it for a refund less 10% (of your £99.95).Insist on a FULL refund of this or you will take action for FRAUD.This, so far has been successful in as much as they have agreed to return the FULL amount in 7-14 days. Take their name and a cancellation number before you hang up and threaten further action if a refund is not forthcoming. I hope this will be worth your time (and mine). I also cancelled my card so they can NEVER use my number in future!

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  3. Do not fall for this SCAM and if you already have……take action immediately with Sansage and with your credit card supplier. Do not give up until you have a full refund.
    If you read the instructions (with a magnifying glass) you will be told to apply the EYE CREAM to your face and neck and the face cream to your EYE area !!!!

    They need to be prosecuted!!

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  4. Me too!!!!! Just emailed them, also called my bank so they’ve blocked future transactions. Just need to get rid of this £99 charge. What have you all done to get your money back?

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    • I got a reply from them:

      Thank you for contacting us to update your subscription. After reviewing your account, I see that your trial order was placed 21 days ago. The trial order that you placed was for a 30 supply of SANS AGE. As stated in the Terms & Conditions, if you are not happy with our extreme muscle boosting supplement, contact Customer Service within 14 days of your order, to arrange an RMA to return the remainder of the bottle.

      Since you had not contacted us within that time frame, your account was billed for the cost of the supplement. I have also stopped all future shipments of SANS AGE. If you are not happy with the supplement, please call one of our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives at +44 0800-068-1003 to arrange a return.

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  5. I called the 0800 number and they offered 50% refund. I actually accepted it as I really do want to try the cream. I’m sure you can push for more than that. Just make sure you get off the subscription list.

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