About Biofinite

Biofinite is an anti-aging cream claimed to contain a blend of jojoba seed oil, vitamin B5, resveratrol, green tea leaf extract, and elastin and collagen complex that can take more than 10 years off your skin in just weeks. According to the manufacturer, Biofinite is also lab tested and proven to plump, moisturize, and rejuvenate your skin, leading to an:

  • 83% decrease in fine lines and wrinkles
  • 92% increase in collagen production
  • 65% decrease in the appearance of dark circles

The serum’s website claims that Biofinite is an instant wrinkle reducer that’s proven to work for all skin types, and to help you avoid painful botox injections and expensive laser treatments.

But when it comes down to it, can you realistically expect a product you’ve never seen from a manufacturer you’ve never heard of to turn back the hands of time by a decade? As it turns out, probably not and here’s why:

Is There Any Evidence That Biofinite Works As Advertised?

Nowhere on any of the Biofinite websites we reviewed during our research (more about this in a moment) was any clinical evidence provided showing that the serum can reduce your appearance by 10 years, or any of the manufacturer’s other claims.

With this said, similar to numerous other anti-aging products we’ve reviewed, including Aneu Anti-Aging, Dermalay Face Serum, Velour Skin, and many more, there are some statistics provided in the form of a graph (e.g. 83% decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, 92% increase in collagen production, etc.) at the top of the Biofinite website. However, there aren’t any references provided to let you know how these numbers were derived. In other words, do they just reference just the ingredients contained in Biofinite, or the serum itself? Also, were they tabulated based on the results of a clinical trial, or simply just a user self-assessment? These are important questions that remain unanswered.

Are Biofinite’s Ingredients Clinically Proven to Reduce the Signs of Aging?

But even if Biofinite itself isn’t clinically proven to work, are any of its ingredients?

According to WebMD, there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that jojoba seed oil, vitamin B5, resveratrol, or green tea leaf extract can provide you with any kind of anti-aging benefits.

Furthermore, Biofinite’s claim to include an elastin and collagen complex tells us very little about the actual ingredients. And while these are 2 primary components in healthy, youthful-looking skin, there’s insufficient clinical evidence showing the topical application of elastin or collagen can reliably provide any anti-aging benefits.

What’s the Consumer Feedback for Biofinite?

Overall, Biofinite appears to have just recently been promoted by the manufacturer, as there were very few online customer reviews for the anti-aging serum at the time of our research. Although we did locate a couple negative reviews hosted on ComplaintsList, both of which referenced the company’s trial and subsequent autoship enrollment (more about this next).

However, if you’re searching for Biofinite reviews, keep in mind that the product is sold through a network of affiliates who will often make any claims they need in order to score a sale. This includes setting up fake customer review websites that have the goal to make you think you’re reading a legitimate review from a customer, when it’s actually just more sales material just to get you to buy as soon as possible.

With this said, we learned that Biofinite is a company based out of San Diego, CA, although they’re not listed with the Better Business Bureau.

Biofinite’s Advertising Techniques

Finally, as we mentioned above, Biofinite shares some similarities with many other affiliate-based anti-aging creams. However, this extends not just to its statistics, but also to many of the other graphics used on the Biofinite website, the same ”major factors” text, and many of the same “3 steps to youthful skin.”

In addition, there’s an image at the top of the Biofinite website that indicates the serum was an Anti-aging Gold Award Winner for 2012-2013, although there’s no additional information provided. This means that Biofinite’s manufacturer is extraordinarily humble (after all, wouldn’t you want to let others know if your product won an award?), or perhaps it’s a mistruth.

Finally, at least one of the before and after pics featured on the Biofinite website are the same image (see below). One is just digitally enhanced to make you think these are the results you can expect to achieve using the serum.


A screenshot of the "Before and After" picture on the Biofinite website

Biofinite Pricing & Refund Policy

Biofinite is only available via a 14-day trial for $4.95 S&H, which begins from the date your order is placed. During the trial, you’ll receive a 30-day supply of the serum, and once it expires, you’ll be charged $87.63 for the full price 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 bottle of Biofinite once every 30 days, and your credit card will be charged $87.63 each time.

Important note: As we mentioned in our article titled What Is an Autoship Program, & Why Should You Avoid It, it’s our opinion that it’s best to stay away from products sold only through free trials followed by autoship enrollments, as they’re often more about racking up as many charges as possible than they are about providing any kind of convenience.

Outside of the trial, Biofinite comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at 855-864-3158.

Will Biofinite Make You Look 10 Years Younger?

Chopping to the Point: Considering the fact that:

  • None of Biofinite’s ingredients have sufficient clinical evidence showing they can work as advertised,
  • The few online reviews for Biofinite are negative, and
  • Many of Biofinite’s affiliates use less-than-stellar tactics to make the sale,

…our informed opinion is that Biofinite’s high price is far out of line with any benefits you can expect to achieve by using it.

Granted, Biofinite’s ingredients may help moisturize your skin, but moisturization doesn’t necessarily translate to anti-aging. Why? Because unless your skin is excessively dry, adding moisture won’t necessarily provide you with any anti-aging benefits. And if adding moisture is your primary concern, this can be accomplished using products found at your local pharmacy, most of which will be priced well below Biofinite.

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6 Customer Reviews for Biofinite

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Don't Buy From This Sleazy Company

    • Atlanta, GA,
    • Feb 9, 2016

    I ordered by calling the 800 number, thinking I was only paying for shipping with no obligation. NOTHING was said about having to send back by certain time or being charged, or charging me in the future. A friend who knew about them advised me to call, so I did. (Same company with 2 different products.) Told them to not even think about charging me and told them I wasn't sending back product because I wasn't advised I had to. The guy said the info was on the website. Of course I didn't order through the website and no one informed me. Anyway, my bank intercepted a charge they attempted after that. Then today I got a collection letter from Collect Pros for the amount of $47.33 for Biofinite. Tried to call but it's automated of course. Will have my lawyer write the, What absolute jerks. When I last spoke to the company I told them that, even if I'd loved the product (which I did not), I would not order from such a sleazy company again. This proves it.

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

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Broke my Face Out - Will not accept Return

    • Austin, Texas,
    • Dec 8, 2015

    This product broke my face out. They would not accept returns on the product. Seems very scam like. I had to call two different companies to get any information. I now have $271.73 in credit card charges for an unusable product. Biofinite is working with me but the other company that is part of the package is Creme del Mar and they are not accepting any returns.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Clermont,FL,
    • Oct 21, 2015

    This product does not work. They say you have a 14-day day trial but by the time I actually receive it, I have zero days. they charged my credit card for $87.00. Stay away from it, it is a scam!

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

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • TX,
    • Aug 26, 2015

    This is a scam, the product doesn't work and they want you to keep buying it for 3 more months to see if it will work. Also, the trial period starts on the day you place the order not when you receive it, so if it takes 10 days to get your trial package, you've already passed the 10 day trial period to cancel for first order.

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

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Scamming hard working people

    • Silver Spring, MD,
    • Aug 14, 2015

    I saw the ad for Biofinite and sent out for the trial, which was $4.95. I had hardly used it. I did not read the fine print, which said they will automatically charge my card. $87.95 after the trial period. I was charged that amount. I called and requested the refund but they refused. I still have the cream. It's a shame the company is making money off hardworking people.

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

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    • Sep 4, 2015

      Terry Olson

      Biofinite and Creme del Mar are scams. The only way you can get a complete refund is to complain at the top of your lungs until they finally agree with you. I am returning their products. They want to charge you, since they have their terms at the bottom of the page. Since the top of their pages show in huge letters 000 for their products and $4.95 shipping and handling, why would one bother with the rest of the paper?

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Park City, Utah,
    • Aug 5, 2015

    The product does not work and they charge your card automatically for a lot of money if you do not cancel within the trial period. If you request a refund within the 30 day period they will not honor a complete refund. It is a scam to get your money. Beware!

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

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