About Allegro Anti Aging

Normally, allegro is a musical term that means “at a brisk pace.” In this review though, we’re talking about Allegro Anti Aging, a beauty serum that promises fewer wrinkles, brighter skin, improved hydration, and “visibly younger looking skin”—without surgery, injections, or other painful procedures.

How? According to the manufacturer, Allegro delivers whole collagen molecules directly to your skin, versus the collagen fragments found in other serums. What’s more, they claim this collagen is suspended in a peptide-rich formula that rebuilds the skin from the inside.

Before handing over your hard-earned money, let’s look at the facts and find out whether you should start moving toward Allegro Anti Aging at a brisk pace—or running away as fast as you can.

The Curious Case of the Recurring Template

Before diving in to anything else, we think it’s important to point out that there are literally dozens (maybe even hundreds) of products just like Allegro Anti Aging. No, we’re not talk about similarities here; we’re talking about exactly, word-for-word identical.

To quickly see what we mean, check out the websites for other anti-aging creams like Erase/Repair HA, Nouvebelle, and Neuology Syn Ake. Except for the product names and pictures, they’re identical to Allegro Anti Aging, right? What’s the deal?

Although you can read about the whole process in Avoid These Anti-Aging Websites Like the Plague, in a nutshell, here’s what we think is going on: Company A sources an inexpensive white label beauty cream from overseas, increases the price considerably, and starts selling online. Because the product doesn’t perform as advertised and costs close to $100, consumer complaints soon start rolling in.

Instead of addressing these complaints, however, the service departments for these companies (often outsourced) are specifically trained to make the refund process as difficult as possible, probably in the hopes that you’ll give up. Then, after enough complaints have surfaced, the company takes down the website, uses the same template with a different product name and picture, posts the new website, and they’re back up and running in just a couple hours.

This is the primary reason all of these template-based anti-aging products have ultra-low ratings here on HighYa (as well as other consumer advocacy websites); typically 1.5 stars or lower. And 99% of the time, complaints revolve around some (or all) of the following: high price, failure to work, and bottom-of-the-barrel customer service.

Speaking of price, let’s find out how much you’ll pay for the pleasure of Allegro Anti Aging.

Allegro Anti Aging’s “Free” Trial

Considering all this customer backlash, you might wonder how in the world these companies convince people to buy.

Basically, they make you think you’re getting a trial size portion of the product, as long as you pay a small amount (in this instance it’s $4.95) to cover S&H. What they conveniently only mention in the fine print and Terms is that 14 days after your order, you’ll be charged the full price of $103.

On top of this, you’ll continue receiving a new bottle of Allegro once per month, and you’ll be charged $103 plus $6.95 S&H each time.

A screenshot of Allegro's checkout processThe Allegro Anti Aging website didn’t provide any fine print trial details on their website, so the only way to learn more was in their Terms—the last place most customers would look.

Allegro’s Terms also mention that you can call 877-521-2833 to request a refund within 30 days (or cancel your trial or autoship enrollment). As we outlined in the previous section, based on customer complaints for identical products, we think this will be anything but a walk in the park.

Alright, even if we were to clear all of this out of our mind, give Allegro Anti Aging the benefit of doubt, and assume it’s the one product among all of these others that’s legit, we still don’t think it would perform as advertised. Why? That’s what we’ll outline in the next section.

Why Collagen Doesn’t Reverse the Signs of Aging

Other than peptides, we’re not told about any ingredients found in Allegro Anti Aging, other than whole collagen molecules.

We won’t go into too much detail here, but collagen and elastin are the two most abundant proteins in the human body, which provide structural support and elasticity, respectively. Based on their functions, collagen and elastin are most commonly found in bones, muscles, tendons and other connective tissues, and skin.

When talking about skin specifically, you can think of collagen as a sort of scaffolding that gives skin its firmness and strength, while elastin helps skin snap back into place after being stretched. The problem is that our body produces less and less of these proteins as we age, leading to wrinkles, sagging, and dull, lifeless skin.

To compound the problem, science doesn’t yet understand how to replace these proteins once they’re lost. Why? Because an oral collagen supplement is just broken down into amino acids within the digestive tract, and injectable collagen can be used as a filler, but it’s only temporary and doesn’t boost collagen production inside the body.

What about applying a collagen-containing cream to the skin, like Allegro? The thing about skin is that it doesn’t have a habit of absorbing anything it comes into contact with. Otherwise, we wouldn’t live very long. Instead, collagen molecules (whether whole or fragmented) just sit on the surface of skin until being washed off or evaporating.

The Bottom Line About Allegro Anti Aging

Considering its identical website to other anti-aging creams consumers are calling “scams,” the fact that its only known ingredient won’t work, along with its ultra-high price (in fact, this is the highest priced template-based cream we’ve reviewed to date!), it would be our recommendation to speak with your doctor instead of ordering Allegro Anti Aging.

It’s not all doom and gloom, though! The good news is that we’ve written dozens of anti-aging articles that can help you fight back against the hands of time, without having to worry about flushing your hard-earned money down the drain.

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7 Customer Reviews for Allegro Anti Aging

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Good cream

    The cream is good, but the company is the worst I have ever worked with. I ordered the sample and besides the sample charge, I also received other charges. I told them not to charge me anymore, but after 2 months of charges. aAnd to make matters worse, I never received the first shipment or any for that matter. I talked to the company but got no results, so I finally had to close my credit card because of their unethical treatment of their patrons. This was the worst company I have dealt with in my 67 years, I would not recommend anybody do business with the company.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Terrible Product and service

    Do not buy this product! Terrible product and service. I tried to cancel and they make it very difficult. It was advertised on $4.95 for trial for shipping. If I keep the product, I will be billed over $100. They don't put that in their ad.

    I tried to leave a comment on their website but it does not let you do. That should tell you it is a scam!

    This does not work, it's a scam!

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

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Deplorable Business Practices

    • Los Angeles, CA,
    • Nov 16, 2016

    First, I would like to say that the product is no different than any other cream, there is nothing special about this product.

    However, the worst thing is that this company has no integrity and is purely a money making scam.

    They send you additional products for which you declined & charge you the shipping for them which you don't see on your order screen, but appear in your confirmation receipt, also promising that you will have the product in 3 days which doesn't happen either.

    Then they're cancellation policy in which they state you need to call a specific number to cancel, however, no one answers that phone line. Not to mention, it isn't stated as to when the 14-day trial begins, given that I received the product 9 days after I ordered.

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

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  • 11 out 11 people found this review helpful

    This is a scam

    • New Mexico,
    • Oct 18, 2016

    This company and cream is a scam. We bought this cream for the $5 shipping cost. Only to be sent a bottle of cream that's making my husbands eye twitch. And about two weeks after we ordered it they charged our card $189.00 and right after we shut down that card they tried to take another $89 out.

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

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  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    Horrid, I only order a trial size but they stole from me!

    Do not order a sample or anything from this company. They do not tell you that they will deduct money from your account and not tell you.

    It does not give you the option to select anything. They make you think you are getting a free sample then charge you for the full amount!

    It's a scam, don't fall for it. The stuff is not even real creams and will do nothing. Do not order it.

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

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  • 14 out 14 people found this review helpful

    Scam for sure

    I ordered the $4.95 trial of wrinkle cream and was charged that PLUS $69.99. When I finally spoke to someone in customer service (and then a supervisor), they said I also ordered some combo pack at the same time. Advised me that it had already shipped (ordered on Sunday morning at about 2am, spoke to them Monday night about 2am on Labor Day 2016) and that not only would I have to pay to ship it back, but they would charge me a $20 "restocking fee". I managed to argue it down to $10, but I am still out money for an item I never ordered or wanted.

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

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  • 54 out 56 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    Please do not fall into the trap of getting a sample for $4.95 -- you will be charged the full amount of $103 in 14 days that will be deducted from you credit card as a monthly automated charge. Reviews I've seen claim there is not enough information to know if the product actually does what it promises. I called the company to cancel and IF I return the so called sample then I will be charged a $10 restocking fee. The product can be bought for $59 on Amazon. A total scam.

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

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