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Belladerm Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1.1 based on 6 reviews
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Belladerm anti-ageing cream contains powerful antioxidants that bring back the glow and youthfulness in your skin, as per its claims. It promises users of a natural rejuvenation in their skin within a short period of application. Belladerm promises to give you results that are better than Botox, which is quite a claim indeed!

How do you know if these claims are trustworthy or not? You can assess the genuineness of this cream by knowing about its ingredients and other features. Read on to know more.

What does Belladerm claim?

When you use Belladerm anti-ageing moisturizer regularly, you will see some impressive changes on your skin. That’s what the product’s website states. The promises that this cream makes are:

  • Overall improvement in the disappearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Great improvement in the skin’s hydration levels
  • Overall improvement in the tone, texture and firmness of the skin
  • Considerable reduction in dark circles, puffiness and other ageing symptoms
  • Great improvement in the skin’s potential to produce collagen

All of these claims are great to read. However, you need to remember that these are only words until they are proven right. Your next step should be to know more about Belladerm’s ingredients so that you can make the right decision.

What does Belladerm contain?

If you were looking for a detailed list of ingredients on the cream’s website, you are in for a huge disappointment.  You will find the details of only two ingredients here – Green Tea Extract and Ascorbic Acid. While both of them are great in removing ageing symptoms, this data is not enough for us to understand the truth behind the claims of this cream. You can refer to the “product label” section at the bottom of the website to get the complete list of ingredients. Some of the main components used in this cream are sweet almond oil, cetyl alcohol, sodium acrylate, wheat protein and extracts of cucumber, carrot and other fruits.

Pricing of Belladerm

Belladerm is available on a 14-day free trial offer. To subscribe to this, you need to pay $4.94 as shipping charges. Cancel your subscription within these 14 days if you are not happy with the results. If you don’t, your credit card will be charged $89.99 towards the full purchase price at the end of the 14th day. You are automatically part of the auto-ship policy as well. This means, every month, your credit card will be charged $89.99 for the monthly shipments sent to you. To avoid these charges, you need to cancel your subscription by calling 1-877-783-2870 at the earliest.

Bottom Line

Though Belladerm has provided some details about its ingredients, it is not enough for us to draw conclusions on its effectiveness. Also, the cream is part of the auto-renewal policy, which burns a deep hole in your pocket if you don’t cancel on time. All of these factors are huge drawbacks for the cream. Therefore, we don’t think that this is the right product to invest your hard-earned money in.

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Didn't work but..

2 5 1
It didn't work out in my skin, how ever I was aware of the auto payments. For all of those who claim that is a rip off you have to read more when you place an order or sign for something

Belladerm Scam

1 5 1
Total scam!!! I asked for what I thought was a free Sample. Instead, I was put on this auto shipment and charged $98 a month. I recently moved and was not aware I was getting these shipments and the packages were not forwarded to my new address. I just picked up some mail from my old house and discovered these packages were being sent for the last four months. I called the company explaining my situation and they said I could only return the last shipment and I would have to pay for postage and a $10 restocking fee. I could not return the other unopened product to them. The customer service supervisor was rude and would not accommodate my request for refunds. They charged me close to $100 a month for four months. This is a total scam! That free sample turned into a monthly charge of $98! I haven’t opened any of the jars to see if it is any good in hopes of being able to return it and getting my money back$$$! Next step is to file a complaint with BBB!


1 5 1
This company is a scam. I did not try the product but found out a month later that there was an almost $100 charge for it. There was no warning of an additional charge and the company claims they sent me an email-why not include it with the product? Also advertised it was by Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper. This company does not even deserve one star.


1 5 1
This is a scam, actually made my face dry and started charging my acct almost $200. Refused to refund my money when I contacted them. I wish I would have read more on it before doing their trail....never again!


1 5 1
Useless stuff. You'll go broke. Both Dermavita eye & Belladerm skin cream don't work as stated. Cheap products. cold cream is better. Beware Almost $100. each!! A big scam. Don't buy!! Read their terms closely.

Rip-off buyer beware

1 5 1
A huge rip off! Watch your bank account! I'm in the process of getting an attorney for class action suit. Shady company.. Beware

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