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Visible Allure Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 8 reviews
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Visible Allure Anti-Aging Serum, as its name suggests, promises its potential users that it helps them to beat their age and make them look young forever. It is easy to get carried away by these claims; however, what stops us from believing this cream upfront is that it is a product that is available on trial. We have not had great experiences with trial-offer products in the past; therefore, we would like to review the cream in the light of various factors and then take a call if it deserves to be invested in or not.

What does Visible Allure claim?

The website of Visible Allure says that it can work wonders on your skin within a short span of time. This cream promises the following benefits for your skin:

  • Considerable improvement of wrinkles and eliminating them permanently through scientific formulae, without the help of Botox
  • Improves the overall health of your skin by 92% within 28 days of usage
  • Reduces wrinkles by a massive 84% within just 28 days of usage

These are some strong claims indeed. It is easy for you to get carried away and invest in this cream right away by reading these claims. However, we are here to warn you that these claims could be just sweet words to make you sign up for their costly trials. Therefore, you should exercise caution and review the cream regarding its price, components, terms and other features to know if it deserves your money’s worth or not.

What does Visible Allure contain?

One of the first checks that you have to perform to check the authenticity of cream is to check its label to see the details about its ingredients. However, Visible Allure disappoints one and all heavily in this regard. There is no mention about the ingredients on the package. Therefore, we have no idea if this cream would be effective on your skin or not.  Also, since there are no ingredients mentioned, we are afraid that the cream could contain certain components which might cause damages to your skin.


Visible Allure is available for trial for ten days. You need to pay a shipping fee of $4.89 to try the product first. You also need to cancel your sign-up before these 14 days, as failure to do so will attract a bill of $139.97 that you are liable to pay at the end of the 16th day. To add to your woes, you will find that shipment worth $93.89 will reach you every month (auto-ship program) until you cancel your subscription, leading to heavy financial losses for you. You can contact 877-905-3406 or [email protected] any queries that you might have.

Bottom Line

Visible Allure comes with two main demerits – lack of information about its ingredients and very high pricing. Not many people would be willing to invest such a huge sum in a facial cream when they don’t know the fundamental ingredients. Therefore, we would recommend you to look for other products that are cost-effective and transparent about their terms and components, so that you can be assured that you are investing your money in the right place.


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SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I got the $4.95 deal, Nowhere do they say that i was going to get hit for $73. Best return the money to the credit card. RIP OFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF!!

No Way

1 5 1
The first I knew about owing money was when I received a bill from my credit card company for $283.79. Within 2 weeks I received 2 more products from them. Found out that they keep sending products at $94.00 a product. Cancelled!! Am very upset!


1 5 1
the product is a scam and not a free sample......has cost me several $100 dollars and can't get it stopped.fighting to get my money back!

Terrible customer service

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This company sucks...I had cancelled the service twice but they continued to ship and charge me not the 50% lifetime discount but the full price and I didn't get the shipment that was charged to my account at full price of $98 the third time no less...when I called to get my money back I explained my situation then a supervisor came on line told me they would send me another one at 50% off lifetime discounted price and would not refund my money of $98 then hung up on me.

BigbTime scam

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I was offered a $1.00 "gift" to do a survey, then all of a sudden I got $95.00 charge. Customer service people are rude wanted a supervisor wouldn't let me talk to them. Then tried the product and it was nothing spectacular. DO NOT BUY

Visible Allure are flat out THIEFS!!!

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I was solicited on a social media site by this company. They actually went into my personal profile and used some of my friends names and LIED to me on my social media page saying that 3 of my friends loved their products. Turns out those friend have never even tried Visable Allure! That's the first scamming issue! Secondly, I scoured their pages before committing to the "free trial" as I know some companies only offer the trial for 30 days or so and if they don't hear from you they then charge you the full amount. Since I saw NO WHERE where I was committing to spend more money than the shipping fee to try it out (and because supposedly my friends REALLY liked the product and I trust my friends) I decided to try it out. I was very surprised when another shipment came in about 6 weeks later as I had not ordered more.... I did NOT like the product and decided I wasn't going to use it. (I'd only spent $4.95 on shipping, right!?!? WRONG!!!!) Not only had they charged me for both the cream and the serum to the tune of almost $200!! .... they ALSO just two weeks later after charging me for the first order went in and charged ANOTHER order for almost $200!!! I didn't receive the second order for SIX weeks giving them more time before I realized something was very wrong! Remember, I was charged TWICE in TWO WEEKS,! Now they have almost $400 of mine! When I called customer service the young girl I spoke with recited her script over and over. When I told her I wanted her to show me where I'd agreed to pay almost $100 per item, not once but two times, she told me it says so on their website. Finally she mentioned it was in small print under something else. I asked to speak to a supervisor and was told that she WAS a supervisor. By this point I was really mad, and I don't anger easily! She recited once again that I should go to the website and read what it says. I told her that I didn't even order from their website! She hung up on me! I collected my thoughts and called back. I told the next young girl who got my call a bit of why I was calling and I once again asked to speak to a supervisor. Guess what? By some miracle I had reached yet ANOTHER person who was ALSO a supervisor! Yeah, right! I became insistent that I wanted my money back. I was again told I should give the product a chance and she offered to only charge me 50% of what they were charging.... but only on my second shipment. I told her I didn't want the dang stuff, that their product sucked, I wanted my money back! You can see where this is going...... Finally she told me she could refund me the money for only the second items minus 25% on each item for a "restocking fee" . I then overheard what I am assuming was a real supervisor walking the phone sales floor. She was telling the girl I was talking to to offer for me to keep it for "just" 50%. I overheard the person I was speaking to tell the supervisor "I told her already, she doesn't want that." PLUS! I had to pay the shipping fees! Ive yet to receive a refund on my credit card. I was told by my credit card people that they have seen where these scamming companies HIDE the fact that when you check that you are over the age of 18 you are ALSO agreeing to their terms and conditions of keeping the product and being charged. This particular one apparently only gave me 7 days to try it before they charged me! ( For a product that I was reminded over and over once I called back not wanting it that I needed to give at least 30 days before seeing a result!) FYI- I did learn also from my credit card company that legally they HAVE to refund you within 14 days of receiving it back (luckily I sent it registered signed return slip, so I will know when they get it!) After they have it for 14 days you then can contact your credit card company and they at that time have the ability to get your money IN FULL back for you! Good to know!! They abused my social media to scam me..... you better bet that I'm going to use it to spread the word about this lying, theiving company in hopes that others out there are not out $250 and A LOT of time and grief getting at least $150 of my $400 back! Please help spread the word for all of us who have been robbed by putting this companies name and their products out on your social media sites as something to NOT USE!!! Thank you for allowing me to vent! I hope this has helped those of you who are smarter than me to do your research before giving your credit card information to this company!

Terrible company

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This is a scam, the product is terrible and the customer service is worse. Fighting to get my money back now. Stay away from the product.


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It is a scam, because this stuff us like rubbing water on your face. It does nothing. I canceled mine because I'm not paying 94.00 a month for something that doesn't work. I want my money back. Definitely not worth buying.

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