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NaturaCel Anti Aging

NaturaCel Anti Aging Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1.1 based on 7 reviews
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You don’t have to be an expert to find the best anti-ageing moisturizer for puffiness, sagginess, wrinkles and crinkles, but you do need to listen to expert advice in order to make a wise decision. Today, I’m going to review NaturaCel Anti-Aging. The maker of the moisturizer makes various claims to bring back your youthful appearance and shinning skin. They claim that you will observe amazing and stunning results within eight weeks of the use. However, to believe these claims, I’ll thoroughly examine its components and their ratio and quantity etc, to make an opinion about its claims. After that, I’ll recommend or reject this beauty product.

NaturaCel Anti Aging

Claims of NaturaCel Anti-Aging

By visiting the NaturaCel Anti-Aging website I can find out all the benefits that they claim their Moisturizer will give you.


Supposedly, you will experience up to a 95% potential increase in the production of collagen by the skin, a reduction of lines and wrinkles on your skin by up to 84% and a reduction in the amount of dark circles on your face by up to 73%. Now, if this all looks too good to be true, then maybe it is! First, I need to take a look at the ingredients of this product and see if they will work or maybe even do your skin more harm than good.

Ingredients of NaturaCel Anti-Aging

Once again, by visiting the web site, it is very disappointing to see that NaturaCel Anti-Aging do not actually tell us anything about the ingredients of their Moisturizer. Therefore, I am unable to make an informed decision about this product and its effectiveness. More importantly, how can we know if there are any harmful ingredients contained within it? Well, we can’t and therefore we can’t recommend this product to anyone without knowing much more, or even something, about its ingredients.

Cost of NaturaCel Anti-Aging

NaturaCel Anti-Aging is available on a 15 day’s free trial offer. However, it’s not free at all. You’ll have to pay $6.98 as the shipping charges. If you’re not satisfied with the product, you’ll have to cancel the subscription within 16 days, otherwise, your credit card will be charged for $85 as the product’s cast. So you’ll be paying $85+$6.98. Remember, it is a monthly subscription and if you don’t cancel it, you’ll have to pay the cost every month. You can cancel the subscription by calling at 1 877 216-4440 or email at support@naturacel.com.

Concluding remarks

As I don’t get enough information about the Moisturizer so I’ll never recommend this to my viewers. It is accompanied by ambiguous pricing structure and I don’t get any information about the ingredients. So, don’t waste your money on such products.



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Scam

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This is a Scam as a lot of people have already said .I have asked for a refund but they have refused . I originally asked for a trial bottle and they have told me that they don’t offer a trial, although on the advert for this product it says Where do you want your trial to !!! I also contacted my bank but they said there was nothing they could do. I thought it would cost the earth to send it back to USA but now thanks to Lindsey her review April 10th 2019 I now know that I may return it . don’t hold out any hope of getting money back though .

Naturacel

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
I purchased the free trial on 09/03/19 via a link to the Mail Online, got the shock of my life when I received an email from Naturacel stating I had subscribed to 7 jars and charged me £157.99. Did not phone the number on the email as it was a US number but did email the company. Never received a response as it was a Saturday. Phoned the fraud department at my bank who said they couldn't do anything but advised me to phone Complaints & Refunds on the Monday. I did phone to ask if they could stop the payment but, unfortunately, they couldn't. They did advise me to email the company again before they intervened & was advised I would get my money back either way. Emailed company again & said if they didn't refund me £157.99 then I would go down the complaints/refunds route to which I received an email back stating they would refund me 100% if I dropped any dispute. When I had originally spoke to my bank they said the name on my bank statement came up as "support@support4wellness.com". I emailed them (I believe they are legit and are probably the middleman for Naturacel along with other offers online). I received a prompt email back from Laura who said Lindsay from Naturacel would provide me with an RMA number in order to send the package back once I had received it. Laura did say I could refuse the package so Royal Mail would just return to the PO Box but said I'd rather pay the p&p so it was tracked, she said it could cost me at least £22 (would rather lose £22 than £157.99). Lindsay then emailed me with the RMA number. As soon as I received the package I was on my way to the Post Office, the p&p was £18 and I also took photos as proof. Emailed Lindsay the photos and, in fairness, she has been really good to me so can't fault her at all. She then emailed last Thursday (04/04/19) to say my money has been refunded and after checking with the bank it has. If people are experiencing problems in getting their refund I would advise to email whoever is on your bank statement. I am happy to email/phone anyone if they require help.

Customer aservice

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Can't get a hold of Customer Service. Never received sample products. Already charged me full price for something I have trying to cancel. Any new phone numbers I can try?

Very poor customer service

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Myself and my daughters ordered this product and it took 4 weeks to arrive and they were not interested whatsoever once they’ve got your payment. If you require customer service then don’t purchase this item absolutely horrendous to deal with best advise keep your money in your pocket

NATURACEL

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
NATURACEL SCAM ALERT and ATTENTION to ALL CONSUMERS take my firm advice don't make the mistake I made do not buy any product from this UNSCRUPULOUS cow boy rip off organisation. There is a web site called Naturacel scam I could not put the words better myself with 22 complaints on it about these individuals that are getting away with day light robbery. Just to fill you in firstly there cream is not tested to the British standard for safety purposes of the product. Secondly when you order just one trial jar you get seven jars £157.99 gets taken out of your account, when you email the support help line to cancel the order it has already been shipped out so your unable to do this. Thirdly when I requested a refund within the 30 day policy they refused to give me one they wanted me to send the cream back without me getting a refund. This is so they can sell the cream to someone else get the same amount of money from them which they have already had from me without me getting a refund for items I do not want and never did want in the first place. You the consumer have been warned don't buy from these scam artists and caught out like I have.

Scam

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Saw no difference. Not for sensitive skin. Charged automatically and when returned was told it was not done so through proper Chanels. Have contacted attorney generals office.

Halocel and Naturacel

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Takes time for it to perform as advertised. Problem is subsequent immediate full monthly charges. Phone number for customer support answers with voice recording and long wait time then you are cut off. The so called support email is non-existent. Making this a complete rip off whether you like the product or want to cancel is an issue. I answered add that was promoted under Megan Markel's name as her product. Also bogus. The only way to stop charges is through your bank.


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