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Precious Skin RX Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 6 reviews
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Precious Skin RX  Anti-Ageing Serum promises to give you visibly younger looking skin without having to resort to costly injections and surgical procedures. It boasts of being one of the best injection-free solutions in the anti-ageing industry.

Does it use scientific ingredients and formulae to restore the firmness and glow on your face as it claims? Is it an authentic product? These are the questions that you need answers for before you make the decision of investing in this cream. Read on to know more about the details.

Precious Skin RX

What does Precious Skin RX claim?

Like most of its counterparts, Precious Skin RX Anti-Ageing Serum claims to provide a host of benefits for its regular users. It promises to deliver whole collagen molecules to your skin to restore the plumpness and firmness that you so badly craved for! When you look at the serum’s site, you will be thrilled to know of the following benefits that it promises for its regular users:

  • Overall improvement in the tone, texture, firmness, brightness, immunity and hydration levels of the skin
  • Considerable reduction in the number of dark circles, wrinkles and fine lines
  • Excellent improvement in the skin’s potential to produce collagen and elastin
  • Elimination of factors causing stress, breakage, dullness and discoloration of the skin
  • Overall improvement in the nutrition and moisture content of the skin

Though the claims look impressive, you should never trust them blindly. Always ensure that you collect enough facts to prove them. This will give you the assurance that you are investing in an authentic product. Since you are doing it for the betterment of your skin, you cannot take any risks in this matter, can you?

What does Precious Skin RX contain?

When you proceed to the serum’s site to check its ingredients, you are in for a huge disappointment. The site doesn’t mention anything about the serum’s ingredients. Though the package says that it is a Vitamin C serum, there is no other information about the same anywhere else. In spite of making tall claims to make you look visibly younger, it doesn’t justify as top how it plans to do it.

Pricing of Precious Skin RX

To avail the 14-day free trial of Precious Skin RX Anti-Ageing Serum, you should pay $4.95 towards shipping charges. If you don’t like the serum, ensure that you cancel your subscription within these 14 days. If you don’t, your credit card will be charged $79.95 towards the full retail price of the serum. You are also part of the auto-shipment of the serum, which means once in every 30 days, you will keep getting shipments of Precious Skin RX delivered to you. You need to pay $79.95 every month for the same. To cancel your subscription anytime, you can call 1-866-639-4899 or email support@preciousskinrx.com

Bottom Line

We are not satisfied with Precious Skin RX because it doesn’t mention about is ingredients openly. We are afraid that it might not be as effective or authentic as it claims to be. It is not worth your money, and we recommend you to stay away from this product.


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DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM. I saw this on Facebook and ordered the samples. I never did receive these-but my credit card was charged for 2 full bottles of the product...that I never ordered. When I discovered this-I called to cancel-at the 2 week period-still had not received any product-was told that I had ordered it-and there was no refund. The bottles came the next week-and who would put this "crap" anywhere on their face. They are NOT sealed, they are Not labeled, and there is NO list of ingredients. Have had No response from the company. I also blame the celebrities on "Shark Tank"-who have stood behind this product. SCAM ALERT!!!!!


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DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT FALL FOR THIS PRODUCT. IT IS A SCAM!!! It appears on Facebook as a trial product for $4.95 shipping. It does not tell you that you will be billed 79.95 within 14 days!!! They take it out of your credit card you use for the shipping... then when you call them for the refund due to being misrepresented they tell you to ship the product back for a full refund! Once they receive it they tell you it will take another month to get your refund or "until someone opens the box to make sure your product is in the box" ... this is horrible! Horrible customer service!!! I will continue to post this on Facebook and every means of social media! DONT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!! THE BBB IS NEXT!!


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This Co. is a rip off. You do not sign up for the product and yet they bill your credit card for $79.95 every month for nothing. This is a total scam so I notified my bank. They better never send anything more to my charge account. This is fraud.

Scam Scam Scam Scam

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I gave 1 star cause it wouldn't let me do zero stars. This is a complete scam. you order the free trial (which costs $4.95) it immediately added in another product for another $4.95 but I went ahead and accepted it. A month later I got another box with the same things inside so I checked my credit card there was a charge of $79.95 and $69.95 for that month and I looked back and they charged the same the previous month. I didn't see anything about a subscription that would need to be canceled or I would not have even ordered the sample. If something is legit you don't have to do business like that. I noticed it's out of Florida, would not surprise me to find out it's a company owned by the Scientology Organization.

Precious Skin RX

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SCAM* SCAM*SCAMThis cream along with the company is a complete rip off. First of all when you order the 14 day trial they mail you a 30 day supply of which you never asked for. And if you do not cancel within the 14 days you get billed for the 30 day supply(16 days more than you initially agreed upon). They will then bill your credit card for $79.95 And have the nerve to automatically bill your card for 79.95 every month! All of this will be done before time has allowed you to see if the product does indeed work. The second problem is with the packaging. The ingredients aren't listed therefore you have no idea what you are putting on your face, it could be something in it that you are allergic to or it could be simply body lotion the point is you don't know. With these very important facts in mind I think this product AND the company is just a scam. When I called to get a refund they said that they will refund 30% of my money (no thanks I called my bank and had the card closed and filled a claim and recieved ALL of my money back.

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They robbed my account after 30 days of initial purchase without informing.

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