Wrinkle Rewind is an anti-ageing cream that claims to work “better than Botox”. Can we believe this claim? Especially when you realise that there are tens of other products claiming the exact same benefit.
Lets look at Wrinkle Rewind in more detail to see firstly how it works and secondly whether it is affordable, or as I suspect an overpriced auto-ship program (it is after-all available for trial).
Claims made by Wrinkle Rewind
Wrinkle Rewind claims the following benefits:
- 84% decrease in wrinkles and lines
- 95% increase of collagen production
- 73% decrease in appearance of dark circles
When looking at claims such as this I personally would be wary as their use of percentages makes the product look as though it has been thoroughly tested.
However, from looking at the website there does not appear to be any proof of where these percentages have come from.
Perhaps they have just been made up to entice you into signing up for the trial offer?
Ingredients found in Wrinkle Rewind
Unfortunately although they make some big claims about the ingredients; for example stating that many of its ingredients have been used by Hollywood stars. There is no mention of what these ingredients are.
How can we trust the claims being made if we cannot even check out the ingredients ourselves?
Cost of Wrinkle Rewind
As Wrinkle Rewind is available for trial there will likely be plenty of people willing to give it a try. After-all a trial wont cost much will it?
Unfortunately this is not the reality as once signed up you will soon find out why most trial offers should be avoided.
After just 15 days from the time you first signed up your card will be charged $88.49 for the cream you have already received, then every month after further charges will be expected.
Wrinkle Rewind is an auto-ship program so you can expect these charges and deliveries to continue until your subscription to the scheme is cancelled.
Would we recommend Wrinkle Rewind?
Most certainly not, as not only are its ingredients missing (making me doubt its claims) but its cost is also too high.
There is a reason why auto-ship programs such as this have a bad name, and if you sign up for this trial you will soon find out for yourself.
My suggestion would be to look for an alternative.
How to opt out of the trial?
To opt out of the Wrinkle Rewind trial you should contact them using one of the following:
If you have signed up for this trial and wish to leave your own short review please do so below.
Alternative to Wrinkle Rewind
Our recommended alternative to Wrinkle Rewind is available from Evolution Slimming and will help to increase your collagen levels naturally from within.
It is unavailable for trial, so there are no hidden fee whatsoever. A months supply will cost $47.