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Nject MH3
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About Nject MH3

Nject MH3 is a newly available anti aging serum from cosmetics company Miracle Hydrate 3 which claims that it uses an “amazing new Hollywood secret” ingredient to make wrinkles almost invisible.

Nject MH3 says that it contains a one of a kind anti aging complex that “Hollywood celebrities agree is better than Botox.” Botox is the brand name of a specific concentration of botulinum toxin that is used in cosmetic procedures.

According to MH3trial.com, wrinkles are formed when skin tightens due to muscle contractions. The Botox toxin stops muscle contractions, which allows skin to remain tight and wrinkle free.

MH3 anti wrinkle serum contains a synthetic neuro-toxin derived from snake venom, which they call Innovenom, and is said to have similar effects to Botox. Instead of being injected, however, it is applied topically to your skin, and they claim that after absorption, the venom works as a kind of skin therapy that make your facial muscles relax.

Though their website says that Nject MH3 used to only be available in upscale Hollywood boutiques, along with their Ndulge anti aging facial cream, they are currently making it available online, along with a 14 day free trial to new users.

For a $4.95 Shipping & Handling charge, you can order a month supply of Nject MH3. Your 14 day trial will start 3 days after you place your order to allow time for shipping. If you do not like the product, you can call customer service to cancel your trial and receive instructions for returning the product.

If you do like the anti aging complex serum, keep it and at the end of the trial you will be charged $89.95 for your 30 day supply and be accepted into the Staying Young Membership, which will automatically send you another 30 day supply of serum each month at a month charge of $89.95. You can cancel your membership at any time.

If you have any experience with this product, please leave your Nject MH3 reviews below.

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SCAM!!!

Reviewed By JAN on October 30, 2013, R.I.

Trial offer? NOT!
1st- they will charge you for this product if you do not return it within 14 although it says 30 days(after paying 4.95 for the "trial" offer)
2nd- within the following 2 weeks -they send you another bottle of this junk even if you call & (try) to cancel it Their # doen't work-you get a recording & can't leave a message!!
3rd- I sent the 2nd shipment back unopened w/ Postal slip-& still got charged ANOTHER 89.95! I had to call the credit card company & start a dispute!Still , I've not gotten credit on BOTH charges. Company wants the "trial" bottle back (at my return cost) before they credit me.The only way they respond is if you call the Credit card for stop payment!
LAST- The product does NOT work! In fact , I broke out!(I'm in my 60's & have dry skin!)
DO NOT TRY this Product-you'll be sorry & disappointed!

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Doesn't work scam

Reviewed By Carol Baker on September 28, 2013, Wellington Fl

I received this product 7 days ago and my credit card was charged $89.95 before the 14 day trial was up. I called customer service and kept getting the run around, explaining my 14 day trial was only into the 7th day and I told them I don't want it and I'm sending it back. They said I couldn't because my time was up. I told them i had received it 7 days ago and I wanted to speak to a supervisor. She was not available. Customer service person said to give it to a family member and pay for half of it. I told them I'm sending it back and I'm demanding a "full refund". I was very persistent, as they were NOT happy but I was able send it back for a refund, (once they receive it). I do not recommend this product. The customer service is from India and I can be sure that Dr Oz, never endorses a company like this.

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TOTAL SCAM HORRIBLE PRODUCT

Reviewed By Danielle on August 25, 2013, Overland park, ks

This product is a joke. It doesn't work at all. And when you try to return it make sure you have everything together cause You can call the number on the website. But then they will tell you it's a 14 day trial not 30 day trial. The amount you get is 30 days worth not the trial which makes no sense. Cause who sees a change in that amount of time. Then they will tell you we'll give it to you half price and give you 5 more months of their bogus product for the same price. Cause it's worth about a dollar. The product sucks and it's a huge scam they have they're own cancellation line just cause most of the calls they receive are cancellations. Anyway if you're like me you will write them a letter saying it says on their site 30 DAY MONEY BACK In big bold letters it also says in the fine print of the 14 days you have several days to include shipping and handling which means you have 18 days. Then they will finally give you an rma number once you fight to get it at 16 days in. And when you send it back they say we recommend you get a tracking number for your records. So you do. You check it and see that they got it, and three weeks later when you call to ask about your refund. They will ask for your tracking number and tell you it's not their problem if you can't find it two months later. Which is funny cause they recommend you get a tracking number they don't tell you that you have to have it. I know they have it I saw it when I had the tracking number and it hasn't been returned to me in the last two months. This product is a SCAM and DOESN'T work. My advice is never buy it!

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Jan
October 30, 2013

Wish I'd done my research- never again!

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BIG SCAM!!!!

Reviewed By Ellen on July 2, 2013, Connecticut

Not worth 89.95! Did not do any improvement on my face!

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October 30, 2013

scam is right

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Waste of your hard earned money!!!

Reviewed By Ellen on June 29, 2013, Connecticut

There is no 14 day trail period. You'll be charged and they won't refund your money. The product is waste of your hard earned money

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October 30, 2013

you are right!

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THIS IS A RIP-OFF

Reviewed By JULIE PEELE on May 19, 2013, LEXINGTON, NC

I initiated a purchase on line and even gave my card information, but never completed the purchase. I contacted them the next day and even got a follow-up call-i told them on both occasions, that i wasn't interested and don't send me anything. Well, they did anyway and there wasn't any contact info, purchase order, account number, etc. Inside the box. The return label on the outside of the box was a man's name in Georgia and no phone number. When you google his name and address, there are multiple scam complaints. As if that wasn't enough, 30 days later received another shipment. This time there was a circular inside the box with mh3's contact information. I contacted them, they refused to credit my card for (2) charges of $89.95!!! They tried to get me to keep the products at a lower price-then they tried to get me to keep it until July for this reduces price and i told them i didn't want any of these products, i wanted to return them for a refund. The best i could get was 50% refund on one item. That was a week ago and i haven't even received the confirmation email, much less a refund. I had to close my card to insure no further charges from this company. I plan to contact the bbb. We need a class action lawsuit against these scam artists.

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Angel
May 31, 2013

People just need to stop and add this up. If you use this for a whole year the total cost would be $10,174.90...And then you just might not see good results.....No way would I commit to doing this!!!!!

Ellen
June 29, 2013

The product did not worked and they refused to refund my money till I return the merchandise "UNUSED". BEWARE people!!!!!

Jan
October 30, 2013

Wish I read this before I got scammed! This should be against some law!

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Total scam

Reviewed By T.Satton on April 27, 2013, Pasadena, Ca

why are there absolutely no reviews for this product? Are they blocked? I only got an 8 day trial period but realized I didn't want this stuff before that time. They didn't answer my email questions which alerted me that they didn't care once they got my credit card #. Called and at first got a recording saying they were open til 10 p.m. when they weren't. Finally spoke to an outsourced agent who tried to talk me into staying on. Isaid, "just give me the RMA #s!" I sent the stuff back with a return re eipt for my own safety. i saw no change and even kept a bit extra to use after I turned it back in to them. It's hard to get them to stop billing you and their website indicates they don't refund to buyers/fools in California. That's absurd! Stay away! the products don't work and good luck with getting $ back after they continue to bill you.

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Marsha
June 12, 2013

The excuse they are using for me is they haven't received the product I returned the middle of April!!! If anyone out there is thinking of trying their 14 day trial....DON'T DO IT.............

Kristin
July 07, 2013

Thanks for the warning!

Holly's hot in Washington
July 08, 2013

I have been scammed by more companies than I care to admit. Why are n't there class actions suits against all the companies that scam people. I believe there are more scammers than there are companies that actually have a good product. It makes me sooooooo mad!!

Holly's hot in Washington
July 08, 2013

And shame on you, Dr. Oz for being attached to so many of these products that are a scam.

Lisa
July 10, 2013

REALLY PEOPLE, you are so gullible that you after finding out a out this scam, you believe the part a out Dr. Oz??????Dr. Oz is not attached to ANY of these scams. They use his name and photo without his permission. He is one of the top Cardiologists in the USA and has a TV program, he isn't going to throw away his life's work, for this bogus crap. I've seen episodes of his show, saying so. "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is", as the saying goes! People shouldn't blame others because they are gullible. First red flag, the claim to rid you of wrinkles, second, the FREE trial, third, mail order company, that had somebody done their due diligence, would've found bogus, fourth, asked for credit card info. BEST FREE SKIN INFO-stay out of the sun, utilize UVA & UVB protection and never smoke!!

Jan
October 30, 2013

REALLY Lisa- I guess you're perfect!- or do you work for this company?? I didn't read any of the reviews that mention Dr. Oz, BTW! Don't "blame others"?? They LIE in the ads! So your advice isn't needed- we don't need to have a mistake rubbed in-we are already paying for it!

Ltrain
November 09, 2013

I have come close to buying stuff like this. Some for healthy insides, some for outsides...all with outrageous promises. Always always always do your own research, and if you can't find any information Don't buy it. It's unfortunate that there are so many people out there willing to scam others, all to make a buck.

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