Last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 12:06 am
Anti-aging cream Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum (aka Aluris, aka Suisse, aka Magic Face Therapy, aka Premiera Matrixyl, aka Dermaliere) and its eye counterpart HR-Cream (aka Nova Derm Eye Cream) are both flat-out scams, and in this short review I’m going to expose these viral products for what they really are. I’ll be talking about these products in the same review because they come from the same scammers … even though they are trying to give the impression that they are separate, unrelated companies!
The shady company behind these products strangely provided sparse information about them. All you will see on their respective websites are short notes saying the same thing – that Inherent Beauty Serum/HR Cream ‘works as an inside – out anti-aging solution’ by ‘repairing the skin’s internal structure and texture.’ According to some of the fake reviews on the internet, HR-Cream is ‘endorsed by Dr.Oz.’ However, Dr Oz does NOT have any skin care line! [WomensBlogTalk.com]
Before going further, let’s find out who is behind these products, shall we?
Inherent Beauty LLC Does NOT Exist!
Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum is owned by a company that calls itself ‘Inherent Beauty LLC.’ Well search for this company, and you’ll soon discover that there is absolutely NO information about it. There is not even a physical address proving that the company has a building! All you’ll ever find is a phone number, P.O Box address and an email address.
I went a step further by trying to find out who registered the Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum website. After checking the Who.is data of the website, I found out that the name and address of the registrant is hidden using a proxy service. So there is absolutely no way of finding out the location of this company.
What this means is that we are dealing with a ghost company … which is a really serious red flag!
HR-Cream LLC Does NOT Exist!
This one is easy. Check the HR-Cream website, and you won’t find any physical address we can use to verify that it is really a company. On top of that, we don’t know who registered the company’s domain since it was hidden with the same proxy service used to hide scams like The 3-Week Diet, ED Miracle, Red Smoothie Detox Factor, etc.
Ingredients of Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum
The scammers behind this product pasted a list of ingredients on the ‘Product Info’ section of the website. However, they failed to tell us which ones are the active ingredients, leaving us to make wild guesses. Besides, there is no information on any of the ingredients listed and their possible side effects.
Ingredients of HR-Cream
Just like Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum, the scammers pasted a list of ingredients on the ‘Product Info’ section of the website. Again, they fail to tell us which ones are the active ingredients. There is no label to tell us the composition of these ingredients, their functions and their possible side effects.
Pricing of Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum
If you happen to visit the Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum website for the first time, the first impression you’ll have is that it is just a free trial. Unfortunately, that’s not the case!
Read the Terms and Conditions, and you’ll discover that the ‘free trial’ costs $4.95 for a 30-day supply. After the 14-day trial period has expired, you’ll automatically be charged $89.85 per 30-day supply. In addition to that, you’ll be enrolled into an auto-ship program if you don’t cancel your trial within the period allowed (14 days). This means that your credit/debit card will be charged $89.85 every month.
If you want to cancel your trial and/or subscription, you can reach them by calling 888-239-5985.
Pricing of HR-Cream
Pricing for HR-Cream is almost the same with Inherent Beauty Revitalizing serum. In the Terms and Conditions page, you are told that you’ll pay $4.95 for a 30-day supply. After the ’10 Day + 4 Day shipping trial’ has expired, you’ll be charged a monthly bill of $88.78 if you don’t cancel. You’ll also be automatically enrolled into an auto-ship program.
If you want to cancel, you can do so by calling (877) 498-0225 ’24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week.’
LOTS of Consumer Complaints
I have browsed through many user reviews about HR-Cream and Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum, and almost 100% of them are dissatisfied with them. Many of these users reported suffering allergic reactions while using the products, while a greater number complained bitterly about the very poor customer service. I’ve not seen a single customer review saying that the products work as advertised.
Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum: A Multi-Website Scam!
There is a disturbing thing I discovered about Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum: It is being marketed on several websites with different names!
Above, I listed the older aliases of this product. As you’ll soon discover, the websites design are basically the same and most of them contain the same product description. Some of the websites are now either unreachable or country-restricted.
This basically means that we are dealing with a ‘Hydra-like’ scam – cut off one head, and another grows back in its place!
Final Conclusion: We are Dealing With A Multi-Website SCAM!
1. Inherent Beauty Revitalizing Serum: TryInherent.com, PurEssanceTrial.com, Hide-My-Wallets-Now.com/Aluris, Dermaliere.com, TrySuisseCreme.com, TryMagicFaceTherapy.com, TryPremieraMatrixyl.com
2. HR-Cream: TryHRCream.com, TryNovaDermEyeCream.com
I believe that there are more clone websites like these. So if you happen to come across a new clone, please alert me in the comments section so that they will be added to the list. Thank you!