The SkinCentric anti-ageing serum is a product available for trial that aims to reduce wrinkles and even prevent them.
For anyone worried about the signs of ageing this product will probably be tempting, but whether it is as effective as it is claimed to be remains to be seen.
In the following review we will look at the claims, and whether the ingredients used will offer these claimed benefits.
We will also look more closely at the price of this offer, as although it is available for trial this does necessarily mean that this offer is not without risk.
In the past trial offers are well known for having hidden charges that have left those who have signed up for the offer considerably out of pocket.
Claims made by SkinCentric
Using SkinCentric is claimed to help:
- Smooth furrow lines
- Reduce crows feet
- Diminish fine lines
- Lift sagging cheeks
- Tighten enlarged pores
- Smooth wrinkles
- Soften frown lines
Anyone looking at these claims would think that this anti-ageing serum was some kind of miracle product, but it is easy to write claims such as this.
What is more difficult however is proving them, which is why you should always check what ingredients have used.
Ingredients used by SkinCentric
Unlike some products that we have looked at previously, SkinCentric has listed every ingredient present in the serum. These include:
Soluble collagen, Water, Alpha Arbutin, Euxyl PE 9010, Solugum Tara, Disodium Acid Powder, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate Granular, Hyaluronic Acid, Adenosine Mono Phosphate, Argireline and Lycopene
While there is no dosages listed, many of these ingredients have been found in other popular anti-ageing products.
Therefore I can certainly see some benefits being offered. Whether it is as effective as claimed is another matter entirely though.
How much does SkinCentric cost?
You may think that a trial offer wont cost much, but unfortunately you would be wrong in this assumption.
The initial cost is just $4.95, but this quickly jumps to $89.95 at the end of the 14 day trial period.
What you will soon discover is that SkinCentric operates an auto-ship program too, so every month thereafter you will be sent another delivery. With each subsequent delivery costing $89.95 + $9.95 shipping.
Is SkinCentric a scam?
There is certainly some benefit to using this product, but the fact remains that it is incredibly expensive.
Unless you have taken the time to read through the terms and conditions you are likely to think that SkinCentric is a scam. As these hidden charges are likely going to be a shock.
As things stand I would suggest that you look for an alternative that is more upfront about its costs.
Contact details for SkinCentric
To cancel your trial before being charged you will need to contact SkinCentric using the following phone number: 866-215-1062
There is an email address you may want to try too: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have signed up for this offer then you may want to leave your own review below. Please use the comment form provided.
Alternative to SkinCentric
If you want a solution to your own visible signs of ageing but do not wish to risk signing up for a trial offer then I would suggest you take a look at the Bauer Nutrition website, in particular at a product called Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream.
This cream is made using ingredients proven to reduce the signs of ageing. For example it contains Syn-ake, which works in a similar fashion as Botox, but is much more affordable and there is no need for any injections.
As this product is not available for trial you wont have to worry about any hidden or repeat charges either.