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Belaire Skin Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 11 reviews
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Hi ladies, I love the beauty products but I’m concerned about the latest inclusion of beauty products in the market. Bellaire Skin is one of these products making overwhelming claims.

The makers of the product say that you’ll get magical results after using the product. You don’t need to go through the plastic surgery procedures such as Botox injections etc to get rid of ageing signs. Bellaire Skin will do the magic for you.


Like the other beauty products, these claims are music to the ears; however, I can’t believe them without verifying them. Let me judge how much the claims are authentic and true. So let’s have a look at the cream’s ingredients and other things carefully.

Bellaire Skin

What are the claims of Bellaire Skin?

It helps to reduce or even remove the ageing signs permanently. When I visited the web site of Bellaire Skin, I came across several claims made by the makers. The makers claim that the cream will make you look young and fresh within a short period of its use. According to the makers, you’ll get a smooth skin free of any horizontal or stress lines. Your skin will become glary and glowing. It also deals with the pigmentation issues and makes your skin look better than ever.

I’ll have to check whether all these percentage changes are actually possible through the ingredients of this product. After that, I’ll be in a position to give a statement about this Cream claims.

Ingredients of Bellaire Skin

When I visited the Bellaire Skin website to learn about its ingredients, I actually got nothing and it was a huge disappointment for me. I got nothing about its ingredient from the site or the label of the product. For me, it’s impossible to believe its claims of fresh and young skin. But there is nothing to verify the claims on the basis of the facts. In fact, there is not a single argument to endorse such claims.

Cost of Bellaire Skin

To understand the price structure, you’ll have to visit its terms & conditions section. It comes up with a 7-day free trial period. If you will not cancel the subscription within 7 days time, they will deduct an amount of $65.00 from your credit card. Remember, it is a monthly deal and you’ll have to pay $65.00 each month for the package. So it is safe to cancel the subscription to avoid the financial loss. You can contact then via phone on 855.868.4141.

Concluding remarks

It is full of ambiguity because it doesn’t provide relent information to analyze its results. So I can’t believe such claims to be true. I’ll never ever recommend this product to my viewers so stay away from this product and save your money.



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Scam. Avoid at all costs

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Do not try this. You’ll be billed without warning and the customer service reps are extremely rude. You won’t get all of your money back. It’s just junk anyway

Scam alert!

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1 5 1
NO stars!! Made the mistake like others of the "free offer" and ended up with a $177.96 charge a week after I received it, but didn't notice it until they sent a thank you email with an invoice for my "order". I replied to their email that I had not ordered these items and would not be paying for them! I got a response that I needed to call them to confirm my account. When I called I was told that I had agreed to these unreasonable terms! I checked their website and the ridiculous terms are there (albeit in deliberately confusing language), but their terms also say they accept returns of unopened, unused products. The service rep I talked to said no returns because the product is "perishable" and offered me 35%. After calling my credit card company I called them back and was immediately offered 50% instead, then 75% when I said I was going to dispute the charges with my credit card company. When I said no to that she "checked with her supervisor" and came back with 100% for the second charge of $177.96, but not the first. Just finished my first ever Better Business Bureau complaint!!!

S C A M !!!

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1 5 1
Ordered on the 30th, Charged to shipping on the 3rd.. charged full amount on the 7th . $89.98 and $87.98. Not sure how they calculate the 14 days??? Horrible customer service, very aggressive and bullish behavior. Who knows if the product is good or bad. I won’t even use it now, due to the way I was spoken to. I would NOT recommend , due to risk involved.of shady practice! 75% refund was all I got and a lesson learned.

SCAM BEWARE

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1 5 1
Don't buy this product on line. They offer you 2 trial sizes for about $11.00. Just pay for the shipping. Then you get a bill for $177.96. You can't return the unopened unused products for a refund. They tell you have to cancel with in 14 days to avoid the out rageous charges. They offered me a 50 %discount. I informed them that I contacted my bank, they told me if I got a bank representative on the phone they would give me a a full refund. Yea right. However figure

SCAM BEWARE

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1 5 1
Don't buy this product on line. They offer you 2 trial sizes for about $11.00 and then you get a bill for $177.96. Biggest scam. I had to cancel my debit card and order a new one. They tell you that you can't return the unopened unused products for a refund. They offered me a 50%discount. I informed them I had contacted my bank and they said if I could get a bank representative on the phone they would give me a full refund. Go figure.

Bellair Skin Products Scam

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1 5 1
Bought for my wife for free trial. what a joke. Bill over $80.00 for each item. Try getting money back or canceling. Lesson learn read the small print. No stars.

BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1 5 1
The products are ok BUT you will PAY BIGTIME. The catch is this: you sign up for the free trial just paying shipping alone. NOWHERE prior to giving them your email and bank info (for shipping alone) are you informed of the agreement or contract you have agreed to for future orders. It's totally wrong. When you attempt to cancel the best you can hope for without further aggravation is a 75% refund. BE ADVISED THIS IS A HUGE SCAM.

Can't believe I fell for this scam!

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1 5 1
I agree that the advertising is very misleading! The original order never provided any information regarding a monthly membership fee! Now a shipment is on it's way and they are saying that it is nonrefundable because I had not canceled my "membership" within the 10 day trial period. They have drained my account of $177.96 and the product is terrible! Such a scam!

Horrible bullying behavior

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They bury the fact they will charge you $80 after your 14 day trial period, and then trying to talk to them on the phone, you get horrible treatment. They bully you in to not reporting them as fraud to your credit card company, and promise a refund ONLY if you withdraw your dispute of the charges. Very poor business practices. A ripoff racket.

Bellair Skin Products Scam

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1 5 1
The advertising is misleading a free you only pay for shipping and they bill you over $80 for each item. No warning it just hits your account. Lesson - never buy from unknown advertisers online.

Belliare Skin Toxic ingredients !

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I just received a package without any details (%) of what is in Product. Belliare skincare & their Illuminous eye almost all ingredients are chemicals many harmful to skin and over all health here are a few listed on ingredient list...-Product says leave on for 30 min before going outside or applying makeup. Avoid direct contact with eyes and mouth.That sounds like the product can be harmful to around the eyes or mouth. It has several ingredients that are known to cause problems. #1 listed phenoxethanol The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) on phenoxyethanol states that it can cause skin and lung irritation. ... It notes that toxic effects can occur through inhalation, skin exposure, and ingestion.Feb 10, 2014 #2 Caprylyl gycols Silicone emollients are occlusive - that is they coat the skin, trapping anything beneath it, and do not allow the skin to breathe (much like plastic wrap would do.) Recent studies have indicated that prolonged exposure of the skin to sweat, by occlusion, causes skin irritation. Some synthetic emollients are known tumour promoters and accumulate in the liver and lymph nodes. They are also non-biodegradable, causing negative environmental impact. Dimethicone Dimethicone Copolyol Cyclomethicone Silicone was and still is used as breast implants. Tens of thousands of women with breast implants have complained of debilitating symptoms. Anecdotal evidence indicates silicone to be toxic to the human body. For more detailed information on the dangers of silicone simply key "silicone toxicity" into the Google search engine #3 Retinol Palmitate: Vit A Why, I wondered. It turns out that it may damage DNA and speed the growth of skin tumors when used on your skin. Two things you don’t ever want, but especially not when you’re pregnant! a nutrient that may damage DNA and speed the growth of skin tumors when used topically. #4 Dimethicone Copolyol Silicone emollients are occlusive - that is they coat the skin, trapping anything beneath it, and do not allow the skin to breathe (much like plastic wrap would do.) Recent studies have indicated that prolonged exposure of the skin to sweat, by occlusion, causes skin irritation. Some synthetic emollients are known tumour promoters and accumulate in the liver and lymph nodes. They are also non-biodegradable, causing negative environmental impact. Dimethicone Dimethicone Copolyol Cyclomethicone Silicone was and still is used as breast implants. Tens of thousands of women with breast implants have complained of debilitating symptoms. Anecdotal evidence indicates silicone to be toxic to the human body. For more detailed information on the dangers of silicone simply key "silicone toxicity" into the Google search engine Almost every ingredient in this product is a chemical. So the list of toxicity is enormous! I would hope someone begins to make the list and warn others of these toxic ingredients in this and other cosmetic products. Thanks JT


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