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Lux Allure Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 4 reviews
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Lux Allure Ageless Moisturiser is one of those anti-ageing beauty products that promise to restore the radiance and firmness on your skin naturally without paing and expensive Botox injection.

It claims to use effective ingredients and breakthrough scientific formula to rejuvenate your skin and make you look several years younger, glowing and more beautiful.

Are these claims true, though? This is the first question that should come to your mind when you read about this cream. To know the answer, read on to know more about the cream.

Lux Allure

What does Lux Allure claim?

Lux Allure, like most of all its counterparts, does an excellent job in making huge claims on its site, about the benefits it can bring to your skin. It promises permanent removal of ageing spots and natural replenishment of your skin by delivering whole collagen molecules to the skin. Regular users of the cream are entitled to the following benefits:

  • Overall improvement in the tone, texture, firmness, brightness and immunity levels of the skin
  • Visible reduction in the number of wrinkles, dark circles, fine lines and other ageing spots
  • Visible improvement in the hydration levels of the skin
  • Improvement in the skin’s capacity to produce collagen and elastin
  • Removal of elements causing stress, discoloration, damage, puffiness and sagginess of the skin

These claims are just words unless they are proved with facts and figures. You have to look for other factors like cost structure and components to know if this cream is authentic or not.

What does Lux Allure contain?

Lux Allure Ageless Moisturiser doesn’t contain any information on its website about its ingredients. There are terms like “active ingredients” and “breakthrough scientific formula” used in the site at few places. However, there are no details to justify these claims. Since the ingredients are not openly available, we are afraid that it could contain some harsh chemicals that could be unsuitable for people with sensitive skin. Without knowing the contents, it is not possible for us to confirm the authenticity of this cream.

Pricing of Lux Allure

Lux Allure is available on a 14-day free trial offer. To try this, you need to pay a one-time processing fee towards shipping. Ensure that you cancel this subscription within these 14 days if you don’t like the product. If you don’t cancel on time, your credit card will be charged $89.67 towards the full retail price of the product. That’s not all. As part of the auto-shipment policy, you will receive Lux Allure cream every month. Your card will be charged $89.67 for the same. To cancel your subscription at the earliest, you can call 855-809-2287.

Bottom Line

Lux Allure Ageless Moisturiser is an anti-ageing product that makes tall claims on its website. However, we are in support of this product because of three main reasons. Firstly, the ingredients are not known. Secondly, the cream is priced quite steeply. Thirdly, there are complex auto-shipment and cancellation rules governing this cream. We feel that this cream is highly risky and thus, doesn’t deserve your money’s worth.


Unethical business and a scam

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Good luck getting them to cancel your order and stop sending product. I have yet to get a live person on the phone. The phone seems to put callers on permanent hold. Don't even think about signing up for the "free" trial. It will cost you almost $90/month in the end.

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★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
What a scam. Stay adamant when you call. I am putting their number here. I demanded that they refund me the full amount of the product for the past products they sent. I told them that if they didn't, I would file fraud charges with my bank. First, they offered a 35% refund. I stated the previous, and was adamant, then they offered a 65% refund. I stated the previous and was adamant. Finally, they said they would speak to the manager, and gave me a full refund for a couple of months. I noticed they hadn't refunded me for the month of May, the first month they billed me the full price and sent the product. I called back, and they were just rude, saying I signed up for a 30 day trial. Which I never did. Anyway, worked with my bank on this. They are a fraud. I wish I would have seen all of this before I was duped. Thanks for letting me post my experience.

Scam alert!

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This cream is crap , it's main ingredients are Water & Alcohol! Plus, like all the warnings I have been charged 4 times and only received 3 products!! I have spent all day at the bank stopping payments & filing a fraud claim! A total scam job!!! I feel completely deceived

This is a scam and ripoff

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Buyer beware. They will charge you $90 for the free trial and keep sending you products and charging your credit card. They make it almost impossible to cancel. Stay clear of this company!


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