Total Age Repair: Is the anti-ageing formula a scam?

Total Age Repair: Is the anti-ageing formula a scam?

Total Age Repair is an anti-ageing formula that claims to offer a range of benefits. These include the ability to help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.

If you are tempted by this offer then there are a few things you should be asking before you reach for your purse.

For example, does this skin cream even work? And as it is available for trial, are there any hidden charges involved with the offer?

Luckily for you we have answered these questions for you. Please continue reading our review to discover our answers.

Claimed benefits of Total Age Repair

According to their website, using Total Age Repair will ensure you experience the following user benefits:

  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines
  • Restore your radiant, firmer looking skin
  • Brighten skin’s appearance
  • Eliminate the look of dark circles
  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles
  • Enhance skin hydration
  • Counter effects of stress

To check that these claims are accurate I would recommend looking to see what ingredients have been used.

You should never sign up for an offer without first checking how it works. What if the ingredients are not up to scratch, or were potentially dangerous?

Ingredients found in Total Age Repair

While the claims are impressive, the ingredient information currently available is less so.

We would hope to see a label, or at the very least a list of ingredients used, however this not available.

What we have instead is a small section dedicated to the “key ingredients”. These include vitamin C, glycerin and cucumber extract.

Unfortunately, while these ingredients have been shown to offer some benefit. They are certainly not the best ingredients you can find. I would certainly expect something a little better or at least more exciting based on the claimed benefits.

True cost of the Total Age Repair trial

Total Age Repair is available “risk-free”, but this does not mean free of charge. In fact most trial offers are not free, even when stated as such.

To find out the true cost of this offer you should take a moment or two to read through any terms and conditions.

These T&Cs state that when you first sign up to this offer you will have to pay a £4.95 postage fee.

This initial payment allows you to trial this product for 14 days. After which you will be charged again, with this second payment being £89.95.

As this offer leads onto an auto-ship program, failure to cancel the trial will mean that further monthly packages will be sent to you. With each additional package received charged at full price.

Is the Total Age Repair trial offer a scam?

There are some serious issues with this offer that stops me from recommending it.

First is the lack of ingredient information that leaves me doubting the claims, while the price is also too high.

Finally, the use of auto-shipping is a major issue that in my experience will lead to customer complaints from those who have signed up to this offer unaware of this fact.

I would recommend avoiding this offer, there are plenty of alternatives that you could choose from.

Contact details for Total Age Repair

The contact details for Total Age Repair are as follows. You should use these to cancel the trial:

Phone: +44 135 326 0009
Email: support@calibratebody.com

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

Alternative to Total Age Repair

Bioxin RegenerativeOur suggested alternative is the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream (available from Bauer Nutrition).

This anti-ageing cream is made from proven ingredients such as the natural Botox alternative Syn-ake.

Benefits on offer include:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • More collagen produced
  • Increase skin moisture

This product is not available for trial, so you wont experienced any hidden or repeat charges.

Click Here to read our full review of Bioxin Regenerative!


22 comments on "Total Age Repair: Is the anti-ageing formula a scam?"
  1. how can i stop them take money from my bank i order a special offer last sep, they still taking money out of me, cant afford pay £84.95 for the past 3 months, im single parent with 3 kids, cant find any contact, i saw the advert on facebook, been to the bank and told them to stop them take money out of me, looks like they still can,

    • Would like to cancel my Total age repair trial with immediate effect thank you

      • The above is a review with contact details you can use to contact them. We do not endorse trial offers.

      • Hi, I too have been scammed when purchasing this cream. I am got to speak to Fair Trading tomorrow and will put a comment on here when I have a reply.

        Has anyone any idea where the company is located? Or are they hiding?

    • I did not order another tub of cream and it’s been delivered with no address details of where it was sent from.

      Send me details on how to return.

      You cannot take money and send further tubs without myself ordering!

      Tell me how to return and I want a refund on my account as soon as possible!!

    • I signed up for a free trial several weeks ago but still have not received any products. Therefore I wish to cancel my trial with immediate effect 14.01.18.

      I have contacted my bank and put a stop on any payments going out.

      Tank you

    • I have just recently ordered this cream and the eye cream as far as i know nothing has been taken i paid for postage only as far as i know there was nothing about cancelling on there as i looked very thoroughly I actually have been scammed like this before so i was wary and now i saw this! i am very worried as i ordered mine on the 24/12/17 i also paid with a credit card so i will have to check with them if i can get a refund

  2. I also fell for a face cream . I got the free trial , then shortly after 98 pound was taken out of my bank . I told the bank the investigated The scam compNy to a place in Morocco . Any way I got my money back . The bank cancelled the card and sent me a new one . Don’t be fobbed off go to your bank .

  3. I awoke this morning to find that from my free trial I had my account debited by some £170 and after discussions with the bank who refused to help as I had signed up unbeknown to me for a subscription.
    However I contacted the company by email
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    as well as phoning this number 08001182350 where a woman after a discussion returned £84 and 50% of £89 so I received around 75% of my money back..

    Now considering this was on dragons den and I purchased this due to that, I am fuming that these millionaires scammed and defrauded me out of my Dole money,,, yes dole money of which I an now in a critical position and have to wait up to 12 days to get my money back….

    So to them i ask how an I going to put gas and electricity into my meter and how am I going to feed myself…
    When I signed up for this way back in early December the terms and details were not on the site and now they are So the crux is that if yo deal with the dragons den fraudsters e prepared to be defrauded.
    When I originally signed up it showed a picture of an old woman with skin being peeled off and a lot younger face underneath. there was also a testimonial from a woman who said she had bags under her eyes for 30 years and this product amazingly took them away… this of course is not now there either.
    Lastly I took the trial and went to pay then another screen popped up so I clicked on it and was debited £10 and received two products but could not stop this as the payment was already made…. the site never told me it was another product and seamlessly integrated this product as an appearance of one product…..

    I was annoyed then but thought what the heck its only a tenner till the debited 180 from me today.
    I now advise everybody to keep away from this sham offered by the dragons den fraudsters and the company they got involved with. As they have decided to put me in a critical position I am posting this on each one of their twitter, facebook, linkedin, and google accounts if they exist as a thank you for putting me in such a volatile position.

    • Oh yes I forgot
      Do these products work? Did they remove or reduce my bags?

      NO THEY DID NOT!!!!!

    • Hiya John please could you send there email as the one I’ve got is not going anywhere!!! I’m reporting this to watchdog. It’s so wrong what they do

  4. I to fell for this and feel totally robbed. I ordered the free trial which stated 4.95 to cover postage and packaging nowhere on the website did it state there would be a further charge. 89.95 was debited from account yesterday and a further 84.95 debited today. In total they have stolen 174.90 I have got my bank involved and they are refunding the money back to my account and will stop any further amounts being paid also the police have been informed. I would like to say also that I have not received any communication from this company which incidentally are located in Holland and when I received the product no paperwork was enclosed. The website I ordered from had no terms and conditions only privacy t & c’s

    • Hi I notice some people are charged 2 amounts – I also received eye serum which I am sure I didn’t order also , no mention of subscription either I am sure. You need to cancel both products separately or you will continue to be charged for both. I am SURE I didn’t see anything about cancelling

  5. I’m feeling like a total fool, as I also fell for this scam. I sent for the free sample, which arrived with no accompanying paperwork and in an unpadded envelope so that the lid of the jar was smashed. I stupidly forgot to go to the website to cancel, and received no email or letter to advise me that the ridiculously large sum of £89.95 was going to be taken from my account on the 1st of the next month. I noticed this morning that this had happened on New Year’s Day, so attempted to speak to the company immediately, using their ‘Live Chat’ function, but after an initial “Hello, How can I help you?” I had no further response and after half an hour I gave up. I have no emailed, but I’m not expecting a reply either. I’ll try telephoning next week, as this seems to have had more of an effect for someone who had commented above. Oh, and I have now cancelled my so-called ‘membership’!

  6. I unusually fell for this one! I’m usually quite a careful person. I ordered a 14 day free trial on 17th December and forgot about it until I received the jar of cream yesterday (4th January 2018). I checked my visa card on line and discovered that they had debited my account on 31st December for £89.95. I immediately registered my dissatisfaction. How can it be a 14 day trial when 5 days of that 14 days is taken up with dispatch; in my case 18 days. They seem to have replied to my emails and phone call and I have been assured that my account will be credited in the next few days and told to keep the cream! It’s very difficult to believe that the Dragons Den people are actually endorsing this type of scam. Most people don’t check their bank account as often as me and so don’t notice until its too late. Hopefully I will get my money back.

  7. I to have been scammed like all you guys! I never had no paper work, email or receipt when product arrived wasn’t even boxed. 17th December purchased sample £4.95. 3rd January £89.95 taken out of bank which I definitely did not sign up for. Police bank citizen advice involved. Horrible people

  8. This happened to me with a different product and as I am a pensioner I was horrified to find them taking oalmost £90 every month from my account. I wernt to the bank and goit them to stop all payements . They also gave me the address of the company so I wrote to them and told them not to send any more as I had cancelled all bank payments. I got my money refunded.

  9. Hi guys! Well I must say I have had a response off this company, all my emails and messages were answered promptly. I have had my subscription cancelled and I have had £44.98 returned to my card. I know it’s not the full amount but at least got it sorted. Thank God!! NEVER AGAIN. C Card gone too.

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