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.
71 ‘Bella Labs’ Reviews
14 days free trial and if you don't send back or cancel they charge your card and send another month. You have to use the 2 together.
Scam scam scam!
Terrible Product - SCAM
SCAM, SCAM, SCAM for a terrible product. The return policy is set up to trap you into paying for the useless product at least once for $87+. Their customer service is completely unhelpful and rude.
Bella Labs & Le Creme Scam
Do not fall for it!! I filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, my bank, and Yahoo for fraudulent misrepresentation - including the fake "Facebook" endorsements following the ad. I urge others to do the same. This advertisement (that also features a Dr. Oz endorsement), complete with the prominently displayed price of "only $4.95 for shipping and handling" appears with other beauty offers as well, besides Bella Labs & Le Crème on Yahoo. The link I supplied Yahoo with those ads has been replaced with another feature. Hoping this means that Yahoo is worried about participating in this companies fraud-for-profit racket. Please, if you have had a similar experience file a Better Business Bureau complaint. P.s. They responded to the complaint by saying that all of my money would be returned. So far they have refunded about 3/4 of it. I will watch and see if the remaining amount will be credited to my bank account.
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.
We'll I get my second product? Will they answer the phone for cancellation. will I get charged for products I don,t want?All these negative comments have me worried to death
TOTAL SCAM ~~ BUYER BEWARE ~~ DO NOT BUY
Some attorney has written a very consumer-unfriendly contract for both Bella Labs and La Crème. This bad business practice should not be tolerated by the public. If a company will not stand behind their product beyond 14 days, they should not be allowed to sell it. I would think they would want satisfied happy customers for repeat business. Instead, I am an unhappy dissatisfied customer who is stuck with a product I do not like and charged $87.63 plus the initial shipping of $4.95 = $92.58. I’m Out Raged!
Since I purchased the La Crème product also, I’m out another $92.58. Total $185.16. Seems I am not alone based on all these posts. By the way, the Bella Labs cream product being sold on Amazon for only $44 is now down to $39.99 plus Free Shipping. The Amazon sellers might be Bella Labs’ unhappy customers who were denied a refund for unopened product.
There is no way for me to contact the Amazon sellers to find out their story. EBay is much more consumer friendly and allows you to email the seller. On EBay, you can buy the Bella Labs and La Crème combo for only $72 + free shipping.
I guess unhappy Bella Labs/La Crème customers are getting desperate to get back any money they can. I hope the EBay customer is happy with the product at the reduced price. I hope the UnHappiness will stop spreading soon. Is there anybody with balls or influence that can file a class action lawsuit?
Don't do it. La Creme Skin Care has Bella Labs call and tell you that you need both products to use in tandem. (2nd product never received) The second product is not received before the 14 day trial then La Crème bills the full amount as you are past the 14 day trial. Offered to send the unopened product back they refuse. BBB has numerous complaints and continue to refer to the contract! Do not try the 14 day trial. Trickery - if they have a good product they would not need to resort to this!
Big scam! I feel stupid. They refuse to refund for shoddy product. Never give credit card info to them. If it seems Too good to be true....it is!!!!! Just to cancel was painfully difficult as they don't even answer the phone.
This is a scam. You can get a free trial & only pay $4.95 for shipping. If you forget & do not cancel in the 14 days you get charged $87.63, OK. But what you don't realize is that they enroll you in a monthly subscription to their product. They charge your card $87.63 & they ship the product. When you receive the product, you think I did not order this. You then see they charged your credit card the $87.63. Then you call their customer service number & are told that they do not accept returns, even if the package they sent you is unopened. That too bad, it's your fault you did not cancel. They will give you a 255 return of your money but will not give you an entire refund not stand behind their product & allow you to return an unopened package. If their product is so good, why do they have to force people to but it, by trickery.
Product does not work.
This product does not remove wrinkles as they claim. It's all false advertisement. Beware of the Free Trial. It is not free. Besides charging the $5. for shipping you are actually signing up for a monthly service. Shopper beware.
Yes a scam..Once they charge your credit card, you can NOT contact them. The phone number is a joke. They put you on hold and never answer. There email doesn't work either. This Dr Oz should be held liable for promoting such a rip off.
Oh and the cream isn't any better than any other $10.00 cream off the shelf.
I LOVE BELLALABS!
I have been using BellaLabs facial cream for about three months and love it! My face feels a lot smoother and my husband says I look younger. You can purchase BellaLabs from Amazon.com for $44.00. It works so well, I like to give it as gifts to my friends. Thank you, BellaLabs, for my new look!
I was on the CNN website reading the daily news like I do every morning. In the middle of the page was an ad stating " 53 yr old woman looks 27". I am 51 and do pay expensive fees for Botox and Juvederm Voluma fillers as well as use the Neocutis line of facial products I receive from my dermatologist at a rate of $500 for five products. So upon seeing these wonder creams used together being the Bellalabs and La Crème at a trial of $4.95 shipping only and FREE I jumped on it. I didn't see any obligations and it was endorsed by the Doctor's daily show. Plus CNN is a safe place I thought. I ordered both and then was curious to see if I could save money and have products that work like Neocutis does. It contains hyaluronic acid, super peptides, etc and I do love it and the fact I do look 35 my husband says. Shame on me for my being so naïve! I only learned of the scam after I began researching the internet for the costs of these two products. I was in a panic and did not want to even deal with a company that operates in this manner even if it works. I was lucky enough that it was the same day I placed orders to void the orders. I did have long call wait times but the reps were nice. I didn't say why I was cancelling and they didn't ask. Funny huh? I sensed it was the same company when she said "I see you placed placed an order with Bellalabs" so after she voided and cancelled subscription I asked if she could do the same with La Crème and she said no I'd have to call the other number. It's the SAME place bec the annoying music was identical as you are on hold FOREVER. My cell died and I had to plug it in! I did get confirmations of cancellations via email AND canceled my CC in the event they accidentally charge me down the road. I am very wary of this company and they should be closed down. DO NOT GET SUCKED IN BY THEM!!!!
Read the fine print!
I thought I was getting a sample and fell for the 4.95 P/H offer. I called the company twice and after holding for a lengthy time, left message which were not returned. Fortunately, the company had records of my previous calls requesting to cancel the program. I just received an e-mail notice of cancellation, so I'm hoping it goes thru timely. I got thru to a person today, one day after the end of the 14 day trial, and she was helpful and found a record of my previous calls. I will not fall for this soft of offer again!
My rating is not for the product, but for the misleading trial offer for postage and handling only. I truly did not use the product long enough to determine if it would work. I am presently using Clinque and a Swanson product.