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RenuGlow Advanced Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 9 reviews
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RenuGlow Advanced is one of the anti-ageing products that provide you healthy, active and young-looking skin within few days of application. It boasts about being the secret behind the glowing skin of many celebrities as well. It claims to use scientific formulae to act on the molecules of your skin and take away the ageing spots permanently.

How trustworthy is this product? You can answer this only when you know more about the product like its cost and other components. Read on to know more.

What does RenuGlow Advanced claim?

RenuGlow Advanced delivers whole collagen molecules to your skin, thanks to effective scientific formulae. It promises the following benefits for its regular users:

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

These claims are too good to be true, isn’t it? Therefore, it is very important not to get carried away by them. Your next course of action should be to collect facts and figures that justify these claims. This will help you prove the authenticity of the product.

What does RenuGlow Advanced contain?

Operalux promises to replenish, revitalise and moisturise your skin in the most effective and natural ways, within a few days of usage. It states that scientifically-tested breakthrough formulae and active ingredients as the two main reasons for its success. Unfortunately, it is such a shame that the makers didn’t think it was important enough to mention about the components on the cream’s website. Since we don’t know about the components, we are not sure how effective or genuine this cream is. We are also afraid that it might contain some harsh chemicals that could cause dangers for women with sensitive skin.

Pricing of RenuGlow Advanced

To avail the 14-day free trial offer of RenuGlow Advanced, you have to pay a one-time processing fee of shipping charges ($4.95). Don’t like the cream? Cancel your subscription within the trial period. If you fail to do so, your credit card will be charged $89.55 towards the full usage charges. Also, as part of the cream’s auto-shipment policy, you will continue to get shipments of RenuGlow Advanced once in every 30 days. You need to pay $89.55 for it. You can call 866-955-5895 or email customerservice@renuglowadvanced.com anytime and cancel your subscription at the earliest, to save wisely.

Bottom Line

RenuGlow Advanced suffers from three huge disadvantages. They are ambiguity about ingredients, overpriced structure and complex rules about cancellation and auto-shipment. Therefore, we feel that this product doesn’t deserve your money’s worth. You need to look for other more cost-effective and result oriented products if you want visible results on your skin.


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Tried to cancel product. Was told there was a cancellation fee. When I debated the issue, they hung up on me, and blocked my telephone number. Rating less than 1 star!


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A useless bottle of white liquid that does nothing and then they charge you for subscription that you don't know you are buying into. THEN you call the customer service number and they tell you that you didn't read the conditions for purchasing and that you have to go to their website. I'm an idiot and never again. This is a total cheat job!!!!! And because I have to rate, I've given this product a one star. If I could leave all stars blank, I would.


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Total scam wouldn't recommend to anyone free trials here are just like anywhere far from free! If you have to sell products like this how can a person think the product is any good I'm sure you'll lose more clients then you'll ever obtain by using shady and shameful practices.


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Useless cream and never thought of subscription fees, which was not clearly stated on the web page. I got scammed for almost 540.00 for 6 transactions without notice. Good experiences for not buying from web. Totally a Scammer..............................


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Foolishly bought into trial offer with celebrity endorsements from Oprah and Ellen. Trial offer caused redness, tightness, and soreness around my eyes, especially. I did not realize I was put into monthly auto-shipment and payment. I received one shipment when I was overseas, then I had to go out of town again. After three weeks away, I called to make sure I wasn't being billed and was rudely told I should have read the fine print and I was, in fact, billed $89.95 for both cream and eye cream and NO I could NOT return the unopened, unused product. The FTC is investigating these auto-shipments as horrible deceiving to customers.


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did nothing and free sample was not free . Stuck for $190 bucks before I could cancel.

Bad business

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I tried the 14 day trial with zero results. Didn't realize they signed me up for a 30 day renewal and charged my card 89.55 which is way over priced!!!!! I called to make sure it was cancelled and to return the unopened bottle for a full refund and they said once it's shipped they can't except returns. So, I have a product that's worth nothing and a charge of 89.55!!! I give this company no stars!!

Useless Products & Worse Cust Service

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If I could leave less than 1 star for a rating I would! After having used it a few weeks, the cream/serum did nothing for my skin. As Krista mentioned~ beware of their trial offer! If you want to opt out you have 14 days from ordering to cancel. Otherwise, you're on the hook for an automatic monthly charge and more useless creams.


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The product is absolutely terrible and they advertise a free trial but make sure you read all of the fine print. The product made my face dry up and break out and the customer service of this company is terrible. I would stay far far away from this one no matter how "free" they make it seem.

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