About Bella Labs
Bella Labs, found online at BellaLabs.com, is the maker of a facial skin moisturizer that they call an “instant wrinkle reducer,” whose “astounding effects” can be seen in just 28 days of use.
According to their website, the moisturizer increases skin’s moisture levels by up to 400% in less than 3 days, and firms and tightens skin by 200% after just one week of use, as well as decreasing the appearance of fine lines by 70% after 4 weeks of use.
The website says that their moisturizer achieves these amazing results due to two ingredients that have been proven to have results in anti-aging skin therapy, elastin and collagen.
Elastin is explained as being a face firming peptide which helps to eliminate wrinkles, while collagen hydrates and plumps and firms the skin, in order to produce younger looking skin.
To order the Bella Labs moisturizer, simply fill out their brief order form and agree to pay the $4.95 Shipping & Handling fee. This will get you a 30 day supply of the moisturizer that you can use during a 14 day trial.
If you have any complaints about the product during your trial, simply call 877-767-9942 to cancel your trial. If you do this within the 14 day time period, you will not receive any further charges.
If you like the product, do nothing and at the end of the 14 day trial you will be charged the full $87.63 order amount. Each 30 days, you will be charged another $87.63 when your next supply of moisturizer is shipped. You can cancel anytime by calling the number above.
If you have any experience with this product, please leave your Bella Labs reviews below.
68 ‘Bella Labs’ Reviews
READ FINE PRINT SCAM & MEDIOCRE PRODUCT
OMG. They distract with a sample and trap you into an order. LOOK FOR AND READ FINE PRINT. This company is very insecure. Their return policy is set up to trap you into paying for the product at least once, at an outrageous price for a mediocre product. Someone will become a millionaire and they will then HOPEFULLY shut down. I am FURIOUS and hope they are run out of business.
And I don't believe in miracle products. I was simply looking for a half way decent cream; there are a lot of reputable companies that deliver an equal product at a lesser price. BE CAREFUL!
This product is a scam
The product is okay, but definitely not worth $87/month, which is what they will charge you if you don't cancel in the 14 day trial period. They co-conspire with La Creme as well, sending the message that if you use both products together, you'll see the best results. Therefore, you are looking at another $87 charge every month, bringing you total cost to $175 each month. I can say with every bit of confidence that these products are DEFINITELY NOT WORTH THAT PRICE TAG!!!! If you do forget to cancel within the 14 days and call to cancel and request a refund, the rep will tell you that they need to put you on hold to go talk with their supervisor to see what they can do for you. They will come back on the phone and offer you some sort of partial credit. For me, the Bella Labs credit was for 25%, so basically $22. The La Creme guy came back and offered me 50%, so $43.81. They have this scam down to a science. For me, lesson learned to always read the fine print. I suggest that if you do get taken like I did and call for your partial refund, when the rep asks if you have any other questions, ask them how the hell they sleep at night.
I am not impressed
There is nothing special about the ingredients, but I am mostly concerned that the product appears to be primarily composed of synthetic silicone ingredients and I see nothing labeled "elastin" or "collagen." But there sure are a lot of ingredients ending with "paraben" that many legit cosmetic companies are now removing from their products. In that I am very concerned about my eye health, I will not be using this product frequently if at all. However, when I called to cancel my subscription, I was informed that I needed to ship the product back at MY expense. I refused and the rep argured with me, but I pointed out that I would contact my credit card company and notify them that BellaLabs turned out to be a scam. That didn't help, so I just hung up on the guy. He called me back and informed me that he would just cancel the subscription and I would not be charged for not mailing back the product. I still contacted my credit card company and put them on notice should BellaLabs attempt to charge me the full price for their product. Bottom line, I really can not recommend this product for the price they ultimately want to charge you. There are way too many legitimate companies out there. I was just being dumb when I fell for their "free trial" offer.
I fell for the ad offering a free trial for the BellLabs / La Creme combination. I fell for it because I am 62 and have been noticing fie facial lines.
I should have known better; the products not only did not work - they seem to accelerate the number of fine facial lines. I am going back to my cold cream facial cream.
Save yourself some money and your dignity and pass on this "offer".
The only good thing I can say is that both companies were quick to cancel what turned out to be a product subscription. I did not realize this until I got hit with two bills for 80 bucks each.
Quite a scam!
1. Ask for 14 more days.
2. Tell them ull return the product, u can see results in such short time, and it's above ur budget.
3. They'll offer a reduced price... The best is to continue to negotiate...at the end I was offered $99 for 3 bottles and no contract! Buy whenever I want.
Anyone got a better offer?:)
Hope that helped.