Wrinkle Rewind Reviews

About Wrinkle Rewind

Wrinkle Rewind is a new anti-aging cream available online at FindBeautyAndTruth.com that claims it may be better than Botox, and it can make users look up to ten years younger without injections.

According to their website, 85% of their users report improved skin clarity, while 95% report skin which both looked and felt tighter and firmer, and 90% reported a decrease in fine lines and wrinkles.

Beauty and Truth says their cream uses ingredients that are scientifically proven to repair your skin at the cellular level, working on the “messenger peptides” that will rebuild the elastin in your skin, for stronger, firmer skin.

Their website also references an independent study which was intended to determine whether or not this anti-aging cream really worked. The study is said to have concluded with positive results in decreasing wrinkles from fine to deep lines.

Their cream is also represented by a Dr. Z who is acting as a spokesman for the benefits of Wrinkle Rewind. However, like many other skincare products sold online, like Equinox DNA, none of these claims have been officially evaluated by the FDA.

Also, though the sales page says that new customers can have a 21 day free trial in which to use the product to see if they like it, the Terms & Conditions actually describe this as a 14 day trial.

Because of this, you would be safest to cancel your trial offer within the first two weeks if you have any complaints about the product, and remember that in order to not be charged at all you must return the product as well.

If you wish to keep the product, at the end of the two week trial you will be charged $78.49 and be automatically enrolled in their membership program. This program guarantees that every 30 days you will automatically be shipped another month’s supply of Wrinkle Rewind Anti Aging Cream, at a monthly cost of $78.49.

If you have any experience with this product, please leave your Wrinkle Rewind reviews below.

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Liz Smith

Reviewed By Liz on August 25, 2016

I was scammed like everyone else. I paid 5.00 for each product trial and then suddenly there was a 98.00 charge each for the products in my bank account. When I spoke to a representative, they said they would not refund the money because I did not read the fine print. There was no fine print telling me there would be future charges. The rep offered me 50% off on future purchases and then offered me 65% off on future charges. She told me I could cancel up to September 10.. Although I like the product, I do not want to do business with such an underhanded company. I can order it on Amazon safely and for much less. Lesson learned, if something is too good to be true it probably isn't .too good .

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SCAM, FRAUD, THIEVES........

Reviewed By Nettie on June 10, 2016

TO ALL THOSE THAT HAVE BECOME VICTIMS OF THIS SCAM, PLEASE LET EVERYONE YOU KNOW TO NOT ORDER ANY THING FROM THIS COMPANY.

TO DR. OZ AND OPRAH THE BOTH OF YOU ARE RICH AND THIS COMPANY IS STEALING FROM POOR PEOPLE BECAUSE YOUR NAMES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PRODUCT. STOP HELPING THESE COMPANY RIP OFF THE POOR.

IT IS TIME FOR EACH STATE AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ATTORNEY GENERAL TO TAKE A STAND AGAINST COMPANIES THAT OPERATION WITH THE INTEND TO DEFRAUD AND RIP OFF CONSUMERS.

THEY STEAL YOUR MONEY OUT OF YOUR BANK ACCOUNT AND WILL NOT REFUND YOUR MONEY BACK.

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August 02, 2016

I ordered only two samples for the price of s&h. I did not even try them before they charged my account $80+ for a monthly shipment that I did not agree to. So I cancelled the shipment before it went out but they would only refund half the $. I filed a claim with my bank and my bank got all the $ refunded to my account. This is sad because the product worked! Had Beauty & Truth been up front about all this... I mean made it perfectly clear that their intentions were to force their product on me, I would not have ordered the 'free' samples to begin with! And, after trying them, I may have been willing to buy a month more to begin with but not be forced to receive it on auto ship. I think they charge too much for it.

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SCAM ALERT - do not buy this product.

Reviewed By Scam Alert on March 18, 2016

I signed up for the free sample. Between the time I purchased the product and receiving shipment I discovered that the company continues to bill people for monthly shipments. I returned the product unused. They charged my credit card for February and March. I contacted Mastercard and disputed the charges. The agent said there were 2 more charges pending for 98.95!! There is no such thing as a FREE trial. Are they lying that Dr. Oz and Oprah refer this product?? I hope so. You have to cancel your credit card to avoid the reoccurring payments.

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Monica
May 02, 2016

I foolishly signed up for the "free" product. They sent it and on day 15, charged me $98.99. I called them and the phone person kept saying I agreed to their contract and that the $98 was for the previously sent "free" product and I would continue to receive the product every month for another $98. They offered to lower the charge by 30% and then by 50% this month. I disputed it on my credit card fraud department and they will take care of it and make sure this company does not charge me again. It was an expensive lesson.

May 06, 2016

Thank you all for posting your comments! I came here after seeing the pending charges on my account, cancelled the card immediately, and will follow up with the bank to dispute the charges. I so appreciate everyone posting for the rest of us that fall into this trap! Thank you!

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Nan

Reviewed By Nan on March 14, 2016

I ordered these 2 free trial eye items paying for postage including clicking on Dermagen IQ by mistake and paying £29.95 for that.
After reading all the reviews and before I try the creams I have contacted my bank to cancel my credit card so that nothing can be charged.
Now my problem is do I try the creams and keep them or do I return them. Why should I they are supposed to be free trials.
Tomorrow I will try to contact the company to stop them sending any more. Hopefully I will have more luck than the most of the people on here.

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May 02, 2016

Make sure to keep the emails they send. I ordered two products (one by accident) and they canceled one, but not the other. I called them twice and they really give you the run-around.

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Anne

Reviewed By Anne on January 27, 2016

I have to say I really liked the product. I had fierce arguments with them initially and eventually agreed to have one pot of Wrinkle Rewind each month for 3 months at $40 per pot after much haggling.
I found the cream brilliant but am very nervous of dealing with the company and have not been able to reorder anyway. After reading all your reviews, though I found the cream marvellous, I shall not attempt to get any more!

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Courtney Smith
March 15, 2016

I just ordered the free trial for the wrinkle rewind and the eye serum before checking it out first, like reading reviews and such first, like a dummy! I tried clicking on the, "contact us" like at bottom of their page but error page comes up. Can anyone please give me their customer service number so I can cancel all this crap before all the crazy charges start happening? Thank you so much!

May 02, 2016

1-844-965-7526 Good luck.

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