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Is the Skin Opulent advanced anti-ageing cream a scam?

Is the Skin Opulent advanced anti-ageing cream a scam?

Skin Opulent is a supposedly advanced anti-ageing cream that makes some pretty big claims.

Unfortunately many of these claims we have seen many times before, as well as the same website template, which immediately makes me doubt them.

The following review will look at this offer in more detail, and I will soon discover whether my initial thoughts were accurate or not.

Please read on to discover the truth behind the claims.

Claims made by Skin Opulent

Skin Opulent is claimed to offer the following user benefits:

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

Like I have said I have seen these exact claims time and time again, the only way to check if these claims are accurate would be to look at what ingredients have been used.

Ingredients used in Skin Opulent

The only ingredient information available on the website is that it contains a “peptide-rich” formula, which certainly does not give use enough information.

Preferably I would like a product label, so we could see exactly what the product contains.

Without one it is impossible to say what benefits (if any) can be experienced. For all we know no benefits could be offered, or worst still this product could contain ingredients that could potentially cause harm.

Price of Skin Opulent

Having read the terms and conditions I can reveal that there is an initial payment of $4.95 to be paid when you first sign up for the offer.

You will then have 14 days to trial the product, after which time you will be charged the full purchase price of $89.95. That is unless you contacted Skin Opulent to cancel the trial.

At the conclusion of the trial you will be automatically placed onto an auto-ship program that will ship you monthly packages at full price.

These shipments will continue until you cancel the subscription to this scheme.

Is the Skin Opulent trial offer a scam?

With zero ingredient information and a high price there will certainly be those who would call Skin Opulent a scam.

This is why it is always important to do thorough research before you sign up for an offer, especially with trial offers that appear to be too good to be true.

I cannot recommend this trial, so if you are looking to reduce your own visible signs of ageing then I would suggest you look for an alternative. We have a suggestion for you below.

Contact details for Skin Opulent

To cancel the trial you will need to use the following contact information:

Phone: (877) 738-3861
Email: cs@skinopulent.com

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

Alternative to Skin Opulent

XYZ Smart CollagenOur suggested alternative is XYZ Smart Collagen, which contains ingredients that have been shown to be effective for reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

This cream offers the following benefits:

  • Reduced lines and wrinkles
  • Skin moisture increase
  • Increased collagen production

You can buy this product without having to worry about any auto-shipping or hidden charges as it is not available for trial.

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

17 comments on "Is the Skin Opulent advanced anti-ageing cream a scam?"
  1. I ordered the trial and even before the trial period was up I was charged $89.95 for the Skin Opulent and $89.95 for the Eye Opulent.. This is a scam. I cannot see any difference in my skin texture even though I have religiously applied it as recommended. Now I must find a way to cancel the subscription . This product is overpriced and overrated.

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  2. I very stupidly ordered on line where there is not much info for product. Must have had a brain seizure. It was connected to a famous TV show with many recommendations from star personalities. I paid $47.84 for the three trial products. At the end of 14 days exactly I was automatically charged $85.95 and $89.95, respectively.Called the 877 number and talked to a very nice lady who informed me that the charges were standard procedure. When I asked to cancel the subscription I was offered a 30% and later 50% discounts and her own 75% discount if I continued to order their product.
    Did not feel the products were worthy of the huge price nor did my skin change at all. It may be a scam or just a sneaky way of doing business for the unsuspecting customer who does not research a product. Lesson learned: never order off Facebook or on line with a company you do not know.

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  3. Please cancel I do not feel or see the difference . I have used many of the skin products and this is no different then any product. back to the drugstore!!!!

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  4. Cancel there is no difference from any other cream. Scam!

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  5. I just wanna knw tht do thy charge even aftr calling n cancelling d trial soon aftr 2 dys..thy don’t even accept returning which are unused..

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    • I stupidly signed up for the trial thinking i should be able to tell if it is working inside the 14 day window. No where on the site that i ordered from was there any warning or info stating you will be billed a recurring fee or placed on an autoship list. Nevertheless, i was hit for 94.90 which i assume is the 89.95 and the shipping and handling fee in one. I assume they got me as stated above when i clicked agree to the terms and conditions. My own stupid fault/mistake. This will never happen again i assure you. And worse, i agree with everyone else, nothing special about this cream. Applied eveyday as directed and never the slightest sign of improvement in my skin. NOTHING CHANGED AT ALL! DO NOT fall for this scam. Haven’t reached someone to cancel yet, but not looking forward to the news i will receive upon cancelling.

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      • OMG. That is the same thing as me. No where on that site did it say anything about being charged $85.95 and $89.95 if you do not cancel in 14 days. I made sure I read everything. And that site I was on when it offered free Sephora samples and took me to skin opulent, is not even the same web site that I googled to find the skin opulent website when I was looking for the phone number to call and ask about the charges.
        I am so sick because this scam costed me $188.78.

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  6. This is a HUGE scam!! I saw a small ad and clicked on it for the free trial. Product was eh, nothing special. A month later I get another order of the product. I immediately cancel and check my credit card statement. Over $400 was charged fro this company. I call to try and return the unused and unopened portion and I am told they can take refunds. Horrible customer service. So upset right now.

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  7. I was on Facebook when an ad in my posts advertised free samples from Sephora. I clicked on it and it took me to that Skin Opulent free trial page. I swear, I only seen the $4.95 for the free trial. I did not see anything about having to cancel in 14 days or be charged $89.95 for the Skin Opulent and $85.95 for the Eye Opulent. The only fee I read about was the $4.95. But I was charged .99 for the eye opulent and .99 for the skin opulent, then $5.95 for the eye opulent and $4.95 for the skin opulent and these were four different charges on March 6, 2017. Then I got charged $89.95 for the skin opulent and $85.95 for the eye opulent on March 20, 2017. I was not aware of any of these charges until I received my bank statement on March 27, 2017. I called 1-877-738-3861 on March 27, 2017 and spoke to someone named Kesha. Kesha told me that if you did not cancel within the 14 days, you will be charged the full price for the trial. She also said they do not give refunds. I got so sick after I spoke to her. Had I known this “FREE TRIAL” was going to cost me a total of $188.78 for these two products, I would have never ordered this “FREE TRIAL”. That free Sephora sample ad was bogus and I just wasted $188.78. I want to puke just thinking about this.

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  8. please stop automatic shipment and charges for vitamin C serum, skin opulent, and eye cream, I have contacted the bank to stop any future payments. thank you Christine Connor

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  9. What a scam! I called my bank: Chase, and received immediate and excellent service. I spoke with a Disputes Rep. Who immediately contacted Skin Opulent and before our conversation ended, my business with them had been cancelled and I was given credit for two payments of the product that I never agreed to purchase and I was told that I need do anything more. I think the bank is fully aware of this scam. The company refused to send me a copy of the (so called) contract…said I could not sue them.???…yet offered me two discounts, first 35 present and then 50. By the time I had almost concluded my complaint with the bank…the bank had a cancellation of my (so called) contract by the company. People…Fight Back when you feel an injustice and/or scam has taken place.

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  10. I already did!

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  11. I received an email for setting up a Walgreens photo account .
    It said 4.95 shipping , so I gave my email & cc acct # now each month they are charging my cc !
    Each month they send one .
    I gave called & requested that they cancel my order.

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