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Pure Radiance Anti-Aging Moisturizer

Pure Radiance Anti-Aging Moisturizer Overall rating: ★☆☆☆☆ 1 based on 7 reviews
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Every day, we come across many anti-ageing skin care solutions that promise you youthful-looking and radiant skin within a short span of time, without the use of any injections or surgeries. Pure Radiance is one of those creams that promise exactly these things to their potential users.

Can we trust the claims made by Pure Radiance? Are there any hidden offers in this product that you need to careful about? You will find answers to these questions in our review here. This will help you decide if this is the cream that needs to be invested in or not.

What does Pure Radiance claim?

When you visit the website of Pure Radiance anti-ageing face cream, you will come to know of the following promises that it makes for its users:

  • Considerable improvement in the brightness of your skin
  • Brings back the radiance and firmness on your skin
  • Brings a smoothening impact on the stubborn lines

Most of the anti-ageing skin creams promise such tall claims for their users. So how different is Pure Radiance? Can these be trusted blindly? Of course, not! You need supporting facts to back up these claims. You should put your money in this cream only if you are convinced that these claims are true. To come to this decision, you need to do further analysis of this cream.

What is Pure Radiance made of?

One of the first checks to check the authenticity and effectiveness of a product is its ingredients. So, you need to check what Pure Radiance is made of so that you know if you can invest your money here. Unfortunately, you are in for a big disappointment in this first level of check, because there is absolutely no information regarding the ingredients used or their dosages. When there is no mention of ingredients, it becomes difficult for us to ascertain the effectiveness of this product. Also, we are worried that it may contain some ingredients that could cause damage to your skin.

Price of Pure Radiance

Like all other trial-basis beauty products, we find that Pure Radiance also comes for a free trial offer that lasts for 12 days. However, you will need to pay only the shipping fees ($4.94) during this period. Remember to cancel your sign-up within these 12 days, as you will be charged a whopping $89.18 at the end of the 12th day if you fail to do so. Pure Radiance is an auto-ship product as well. Therefore, if you don’t cancel your subscription on time, you will be required to pay a huge sum every month for the shipments that are automatically sent to you. For all queries related to cancellation, you can call (877) 977-2077 or send an email to help@getpureradiance.com.

Bottom Line

We always cross check a product’s authenticity with the help of its ingredients. With Vita Youth, it is not possible, because there is absolutely no information available on the same. Therefore, we feel that Vita Youth comes with a huge risk that you can do without. We recommend you to try out other reasonably-priced and more transparent anti-ageing creams available in the market for better results.

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Radiance anti aging

1 5 1
Ordered trial ending up costing my credit card 301.00 before i caught it.

Scam on facial products

1 5 1
Total scam on these items. You will be getting a phone call to fix this.

Radiance Skin Care scam

1 5 1
We were scammed by a company called "Radiance Skin Care", the phone numbers of which are 866-891-4615 and 855-191-1634. Better known as Kingrat*Skincream and Kingrat*Bloomingeye. They sent "samples" first and charged our bank card with $4.95 for the Skin Cream and $4.95 for the Blooming Eye. Then, all of a sudden our bank card was charged $98.90 TWICE for a total of $197.80. After calling one number, we were reimbursed ONE $98.90 charge but never have received a reimbursement for the second $98.90. After a sending a couple of emails to them, they have refused to imbursement us for the second $98.90. This second bank charge was on Feb. 20, 2019. Consequently, are now convinced that Kingrat, (Radiance Skin Care), has no intention of refunding the second $98.90. This company is putting on a scam and needs to be stopped. How about sending a complaint to the BBB? That's our next move.

Radiance eye serum

1 5 1
This is a scam. The product is worthless. The company offers a trial for $4.95. After 15 days, and the time starts from the moment it ships, you must return the product or you will be charged the full amount of almost $100. Also, you automatically receive a monthly shipment. I called and complained. I was told this info is in the terms & conditions, but they would stop shipment. I would, however, be required to pay for the second shipment. Eventually, the company afgreed to refund 1/2 of 1 of the prducts, even though the products were unopened. This is about money, not cosmetics!


1 5 1
I bought the product for the 14 day trial period, was order on the 2nd of the month on a Saturday, receive on the 8th day of the month and my account was charged almost $200.00 on the 17th as that was when my 14 day trial ended. Since I did not have it to use for 14 days and called attempted to contact them on the 22nd to no avail after I learned from my bank about the charge, I was able to speak to 2 reps who basically after one minutes hung up on me after I questions their policy of how can someone say they like a produce if they do not get 14 days to use it and automatically another 60 day supply is taken out of my checking account? This happens with other skin lines, and needs to be stopped. I am unclear as to what my options are.


1 5 1
I was charged $89.18 a month for a trial size face cream. I initially paid $4.94 for the same size jar. I even got my credit card changed and they obtained my new information. When I called to cancel, they offered my a substantial discount, plus if I cancelled they were going to charge me a cancellation fee of $1.95. Reputable companies don't operate that way. BEWARE!!!!!! R. Crank

Bad news and red flags!

1 5 1
I got charges on my credit card for the "free" samples (S&H - Jul 8) then charged for product Jul 25 & again on Aug 10. One month's billing statement was $365.51. The phone numbers listed on my statement were "no longer in service". Thankfully the agent for my credit card found another number and we were able to get through. Now here's the problem - I was out of state with no internet connection the first 2 weeks of July. Ok someone was checking my mail and had a key to my house; my credit card was with others on my desk; it was sent to "Suzy" which I wouldn't have used; and I haven't located any product. There's no way I can afford charges like this. I'm 73 and my only income is a govt check. They would only reimburse me the last set of charges. BEWARE!!! (I should add the person who was checking my mail will no longer communicate with me & card is cancelled.)

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