Last updated on January 16th, 2020 at 11:19 pm
Don’t bother trying Cellumis Age Defying Serum and its eye counterpart, because it is a costly scam! In this short review I’m going to tell you all you need to know about this product, which will be more than enough to make you stay away from it.
According to the description on its website, Cellumis Age Defying Serum claims to have the ‘revolutionary combination of clinically proven ingredients’ that works wonders on your aging skin. Furthermore, Cellumis allegedly works by increasing your skin’s density and firmness, while at the same time reducing its roughness. Using Cellumis supposedly delivers results similar to Botox. Unlike Botox however, Cellumis only involves applying ‘an easy-to-use liquid’ full of nourishing ‘peptides and natural substances’ without the need for ‘painful injections.’
For best results, you are encouraged to combine Cellumis Age Defying Serum with Advanced Eye Gel – a formula designed to deliver the same effect on the skin around your eyes.
Ingredients of Cellumis Age Defying Serum
We are told that the active ingredient of Cellumis Age Defying Serum is ‘Gatuline In-Tense’. This is the ingredient that is touted to ‘increase skin density and firmness while reducing skin roughness.’
Well I checked for this active ingredient online, only to find out that is the trademark name of a skin care product by French company GatteFosse.
GluCare, the next active ingredient, is said to ‘revitalize’ the skin’s own defense system, ‘reduce’ skin sensitivity and ‘enhance’ the natural repair processes in damaged skin. Well I checked again online to read more about this ingredient, only to find out that it is the trademark name of an herbal supplement for type 2 diabetes.
The same scenario also plays out for the Advanced Eye Gel active ingredients:
- ‘DuPont’ is actually the name of a big chemical company in the US;
- ‘Glypure’ is actually cosmetic-grade glycolic acid made by DuPont and Chemours company;
- ‘Regu-Age’ is a chemical ingredient sold by LotionCrafter; and
- ‘Syn-Coll’ is a synthetic chemical manufactured by CenterChem.
All of them claim to have beneficial effects on the skin, but there is absolutely no evidence from third-party scientific research to back them.
That said, let’s go to the reasons why Cellumis Age Defying Serum is a scam.
1. Cellumis is Made By A Ghost Company
There is no way of knowing who manufactured Cellumis, as we are never told anything about the company. The address provided in the Terms and Conditions page (8390 E Via de Ventura F-110 #260 Scottsdale, AZ 85258) does NOT belong to the company. Rather, it is the address of a natural sciences clinic and a post office.
What this means is that you’ll never find any entity to hold responsible if anything goes wrong with your skin because of the product … a situation I’m sure no one wants to be in!
2. NOT A Free Trial!
If you look at Cellumis’ website, you won’t find any information about pricing. Instead, you are made to believe that you are signing up for a free trial. Well don’t be deceived. It is NOT a free trial!
Here is what I found hidden in the Terms and Conditions page:
For those who can’t see what’s written in the screenshot, here is what it contains:
- You’ll be charged $1.95-$6.95 shipment fee in order to receive your free trial product.
- If you do not cancel 14 days after starting the free trial, you’ll be charged $94.99 every 30 days for Cellumis Age Defying Serum and/or $89.95 per month for the Advanced Eye Gel.
Now how ‘free’ is that?
To cancel, call them by using the number 877-590-1801 Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm MST.
3. LOTS of Consumer Complaints
Check for online reviews about Cellumis, and you’ll discover that almost nobody who used the product can say anything good about it. All you’ll find are complaints about the hidden pricing, reports of either nasty side effects or the product not working at all. One consumer even reported that the Cellumis customer service laughed at her when she asked for a refund!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Cellumis Age Defying Serum and Advanced Eye Gel. They are Both SCAMS!
Blacklisted Website: Cellumis.com
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