Amore Skin Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 10 reviews
Amore Skin Cream claims to use scientifically tested ingredients to bring back the youthfulness and glow on your skin. The makers claim that you are sure to look several years younger within a short time of usage of this cream.
Are these claims genuine? Does the cream prove to be effective in reality? The answers to these questions can be got only when you know more about the cream. So, let us know proceed to know about the components, features and pricing of Amore Skin Cream.
What does Amore Skin claim?
Amore Skin Cream’s website claims a lot of benefits for people who use it on a regular basis. It promises to be the best injection-free solution for people who are looking for a permanent glow on their faces. The claims that it makes on its site are:
Up to 84% reduction in the number of wrinkles and fine lines
Up to 95% improvement in the skin’s potential to produce collagen
Up to 73% improvement in the disappearance of dark circles
Overall improvement in the brightness, tone and texture of skin
Elimination of elements that cause dullness, sagginess and discoloration of skin
These claims are quite interesting, aren’t they? Does this mean you should trust them blindly? No! You need to spend a reasonable amount of time in analyzing facts that support these claims. This will give you the confidence that this is the right product to put your money in.
What does Amore Skin contain?
The website of Amore Skin Cream states that the product uses Proprietary Bisophere combined with Qusome Delivery to penetrate into the deepest levels of your skin. It also mentions that its ingredients are scientifically tested. However, the most disappointing fact is that it doesn’t mention anything about the details of these ingredients or their compositions. We believe that it is utterly impossible to trust a product when you don’t know what it is made up of. The site doesn’t mention anything about the validation of its tall claims, either.
Pricing of Amore Skin
Amore Skin Cream is available for a free trial for 14 days. You need to pay a one-time processing fee to subscribe to this offer. If you are not happy with the product, remember to cancel your subscription within the trial period itself. If you forget to do so, at the end of the 14th day, you will be shocked to see $94.90 charged against your card for the first month’s usage. The problems don’t end here. You are part of an auto-shipment policy as well; so, you will keep getting monthly shipments of the cream for which your card will be charged $94.90 monthly. To get out of this financial mess, you can email at email@example.com or call 866-981-5685 to cancel your subscription anytime.
Since Amore Skin Cream is ambiguous about its ingredients, we feel that this is not the right product for you to invest your hard-earned money in.
“Do not even think about trying this. When I called as the same thing happened to me as the others claim, I was also told I was going to be in big trouble with fines and fees and do not even think my credit card company could help me. the credit card company rep made a call to them with me on the line, the customer service rep was even worse than the first one. He offered 50% off which is really only another 20% as I was actually given 30. I was told that I accepted the discount and the first rep noted this in my "record". I was offered the 30% discount, I told the woman absolutely not, I would not do business with you. I was also told all calls are recorded. When the CC rep called on a conference call with me, I asked for that phone conversation to be pulled and reviewed. I was told that was a very difficult process and on and on. Bottom line, I am disputing the charges. I am asking for a review of the conversation since they are so adamant that it was recorded but, most of all, please be warned, they are horrible to do business with. the eye cream is .3 oz if you would like to know that. It is the full size and not a sample and it $89.00 plus tax. I could go on for days at how angry I am that they are allowed to do business in this country and if Robin Roberts is actually involved in this mess, shame on her!”
“I was reading an article today that Robin Roberts is leaving GMA to concentrate on her skincare line (Amora) and followed the link. I looked through the information about the product and the free trial so I paid the shipping. And didn't see anything about continuing to purchase, etc. so I thought it was a way to get the product out there and get it known. As soon as I did it I felt uncomfortable so I did some more looking on the internet and found this information about being billed almost $90 if you didn't cancel within 14 days and would be billed $90 every month thereafter. That what you were really doing was signing up for a subscription and authorizing them to bill your credit card. The information about the charge is in Terms & Conditions. How many people click on that small print at the bottom of the page? If the information about the charges was right there instead of hidden, who would buy the product? Luckily I canceled within about 15 minutes of placing the order and got a cancellation number. I am shocked Robin Roberts would be involved in something like this. This is a scam.”
“I was very skeptical about paying for a book, but I did end up buying Trial Busters. I think the authors are doing a great job, they are helping people get their money back. You should read it to make sure you get the money back that was stolen www.trialbusters.com”
“I got scammed also & am still getting charged for more products that I did not order on my charge card. I did send one order back , asked to be removed from their customer list, and told them that I did not want their eye cream nor their face cream. What else can I do to resolve this problem with this amore co.????”
“Purchased this product via FB. It was offered as trial product and I was to pay shipping and handling. There was never any mention in the terms that it was 14 day trial and I would need to cancel or be charged over $90 for the product and signed up for a monthly shipment. Once I discovered the charges on my account. I called was directed to a site that didn't appear the same as the one I originally signed up for the trial offer. Apparently they are running two different sites and scamming individuals in the process.”
“This company needs to be put of business because they falsely advertise their product. There was no option that I seen that you could opt out of the eye care product. It only stated that you had to pay shipping and handling, not it was a trial period and later you would pay the full amount. They charge you for skin care and eye care which is two separate charges, which all together almost $200.00 each month. They have charged me for 2 months. I had made the first purchase with one card and received a new bank card with totally different numbers and they were still able to charge my card that was not even in their system. So that sets a lot of red flags to me and that lets me know they have very sophisticated system of hackers over there in order to still be able to go in your account even when your card numbers are not the same ones you used to do the first transaction. When you read some of their website, its even stated that some of their products in these skin and eye care treatments aren't really identified and might damage your skin in the long run. Everyone needs to get together to bring this company down and get our money back that could have been used on something more meaningful, like bills or food or vacation. At least we know we can't go wrong with those.”
“Please read the terms and conditions section. I filled out a request for the anti aging cream, including all info, decided against trying it, exited out of the site and within 2 minutes the charge hit my bank. I didn't complete the transaction!! Contacted Amore via email-automated reply stating I would be contacted within 24 hours- 3 days later, I received the package--FACE BRIGHTENING CREAM!!!! REALLY?!?!? Called the next day to cancel EVERYTHING.Gonna be interesting to see if additional charges show up!!”
“Total scam! The worst customer service I have ever experienced. I was left on hold (ignore) for 17 minutes because I asked to speak with a supervisor. I got suckered into not only the Amore Skin but the Amore Eye also, thinking it was a trial only. I called and asked to return the product and be refunded ($94.90 deducted at 2:40 A.M!), I was told that it can't be refunded! In addition, I was charged another $91 for the Amore Eye. The supervisor told me that the product I was being sent would be a 30 day supply and it was the same size as the trial amount! Again, extremely poor customer service! Buyer beware! Much better products on the market for less than half the price!”
“Do not fall for this ambiguous product. First, when you try to get your trial product, the website will hold you back telling you they are not done yet, and when you thought you will be getting one product, only paying for shipping and handling it charges you for two other products. Because it goes so fast, you do not notice the terms and conditions and you will end up accepting an auto ship and, of course, auto charge to your account for almost $100.00 a month. Them when you call their customer service, the nightmare starts, as they can not be more rude, defensive and forgetful that they are in business because the customers buys the product. I DO NOT recommend the purchase of this product. As this article indicates, you have no idea of what you are putting on your skin( after having my account charged so so much money, I did not even open the package) , you will not be treated well in case you need to contact customer service, and they will NOT take the product back, even if it is unopened.”