About AgeRenew Skin Care

AgeRenew Skin Care claims to be an advanced age-defying skin serum that instantly begins transforming wrinkles and imperfections by enhancing collagen and elastin production, improving your skin’s firmness and elasticity, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, and by providing deep, rejuvenating moisturization. In fact, AgeRenew Skin Care is claimed to bring back your skin’s vitality in just 30 seconds per day.

In order to accomplish this, AgeRenew is claimed to contain their proprietary AgeUndo formula, which contains an exclusive blend of clinically proven ingredients that are proven to help tone wrinkles in as little as 2 weeks. This includes: 

  • Retinol – Claimed to help smooth skin and eliminate wrinkles.
  • Green tea Extract – Claimed to contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that prevent free radical damage.
  • Moisture+ – Claimed to be a “blend of [time-released] moisturizing compounds that dramatically improves skin tone and softness without being oily.”

In order to begin experiencing firmer, younger, and more radiant skin, the manufacturer claims that AgeRenew should be applied twice daily to your face, neck, and shoulders after washing and patting your face dry.

According to the manufacturer, AgeRenew Skin Care is made in the USA in a certified, state-of-the-art laboratory.

What’s the Science Behind AgeRenew Skin Care?

According to the AgeRenew website, the product’s AgeUndo formula contains clinically proven ingredients that have been shown to help tone wrinkles in as little as 2 weeks. However, there isn’t any clinical evidence provided to support this.

A screenshot from Agerenew Skin Care's websiteAgeRenew is claimed to be clinically proven, but the manufacturer provides no citations or references to back it up.

With this said, the AgeRenew website does display 3 clinical references, supposedly showing that it works as claimed. These include:

  1. A press packet for Gatuline In-Tense, a proprietary ingredient manufactured by Gattefosse that’s derived from the Spilanthes acmella plant. And while a clinical trial conducted in vitro, in addition one using 28 volunteers, is referenced, none of the results are available for third-party review. 
  2. A brochure for Trylagen PCB, which claims to have been clinically studied, although this appears to have occurred in vitro, and the results are not available for third-party review.
  3. Promotional material for GluCare S, a yeast-derived product that’s claimed to revitalize skin’s defense system and to enhance the natural repair processes. Again, some statistics are referenced, but none are available for third-party review.

At its most basic, this means we have a bunch of promotional materials for some of the ingredients contained in AgeRenew, although no proof of this exists outside of what we’re told by the manufacturers.

Are AgeRenew’s Ingredients Clinically Proven to Work?

Despite its scientific-sounding name, Retinol is simply an animal form of vitamin A. Among other things, when retinol is converted into retinoic acid, it becomes “essential for skin health, teeth remineralization and bone growth.” And according to WebMD, retinoids have plenty of science showing that they “minimize the appearance of wrinkles, bolster skin's thickness and elasticity, slow the breakdown of collagen (which helps keep skin firm), and lighten brown spots caused by sun exposure.”

On the other hand, there is insufficient evidence showing that green tea can reliably provide any kind of anti-aging benefits, and there wasn’t any information elsewhere online for the Moisture+ used in AgeRenew.

 The ingredients list from AgeRenew’s websiteThe ingredients list from AgeRenew’s website.

Outside of these ingredients, most of the others contained in AgeRenew Skin Care are primarily for moisturization, to improve texture, and to make the product smell good—not to provide any visible anti-aging benefits.

AgeRenew’s Arbitration Agreement

Finally, keep in mind that you’ll be submitting to an arbitration agreement when placing your order on the AgeRenew Skin Care website, which means you will be severely restricting your rights to a trial by jury or to become part of a class action lawsuit should you incur any damages from use of the product.

Are Customers Talking About AgeRenew Skin Care?

AgeRenew is promoted primarily through independent affiliates who earn commissions for each sale of the product they refer, which means that they will often resort to less-than-stellar tactics to make as many sales as possible. This is primarily accomplished through posting fake online customer reviews with hopes of just convincing you to buy the product.

This is a common tactic among online only anti-aging products, and is something we detailed in our expose on trial-based anti-aging products.

AgeRenew Skin Care Pricing & Refund Policy

AgeRenew is only available through a 14-day trial for $3.95 to cover the cost of S&H, for which you’ll receive a 30-day supply of the product.

Once your trial expires, you’ll be charged $89 for the full cost of the product. At this same time, you’ll also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program, which means you’ll continue receiving a new 30-day supply of AgeRenew Skin Care once per month, and your credit card will be charged $96.95 each time.

Important note: It’s our experience that free trials are intended to all but assure you’ll pay full price, and autoship programs are aimed at racking up as many charges as possible before you realize what’s going on. For these reasons, we typically recommend that products sold only through free trials should be avoided.

Outside of the trial, AgeRenew comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. 

In order to request a refund or to cancel your autoship enrollment, you’ll need to contact customer service at 866-361-4263 for an RMA.

Will AgeRenew Rejuvenate Your Skin?

Chopping to the point: As you might have guessed, it’s our opinion that any results you achieve using AgeRenew Skin Care will likely be far out of line with its extraordinarily high price. Why?

Because, other than retinol, there is little-to-no clinical evidence showing that the ingredients AgeRenew contains will provide significant anti-aging results; the company’s affiliates resort to less-than-stellar marketing tactics; and the product is only sold through a free trial and subsequent autoship program.

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    Scam, beware.

    • St. Petersburg, FL,
    • May 30, 2015

    This is the worst company. If you use them be prepared to see a $89.00 and $84.97 charge on the 15th day.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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