About Cellogica

Endorsed by actress and supermodel Joanna Krupa, Cellogica is a “powerful” day and night cream that works instantly to dramatically reduce wrinkles, minimize crow’s feet, increase skin’s barrier against UV rays and free radicals, even skin tone, and reduce blemishes.

Cellogica does this using an exclusive formulation of stem cell technology and MAC-5 Complex, both of which can stimulate collagen production, firm skin, soften lines and wrinkles, shrink pores, and help maintain moisture. It’s clinically proven to work!

Yeah, yeah. We’ve heard many of these same claims dozens of times before, and invariably, these products fail to live up to the hype. Is Cellogica the exception to the rule, or just something you’ll end up calling a scam? We’ll provide all the information and leave the final decision up to you.

Will Cellogica’s Ingredients Provide “Instant Wrinkle Removal”?

Here’s what we’re told about Cellogica’s ingredients: The MAC-5 Complex contains proprietary Syn-Coll, RonFlair LDP, and Syn-Ake, along with hyaluronic acid and kojic acid. On the other hand, the stem cell complex only contains Malus Domestica (apple tree) and Rhododendron Ferrugineum.

While the Cellogica website links to manufacturer’s brochures for Pentapharm’s Syn-Coll and Syn-Ake, along with Rona’s LDP White, any clinical evidence referenced isn’t public, so there’s no way to verify their findings.

And while topical hyaluronic acid can help skin retain moisture and kojic acid can help lighten skin, they won’t provide anything close to the revolutionary, instant results claimed by Cellogica’s manufacturer. On top of this, there’s no way to know if Cellogica even contains enough to provide any results whatsoever.

Finally, there isn’t enough clinical evidence showing that the common apple or rhododendron can have any positive effects on skin.

What about all that “clinically proven” talk on the Cellogica website? Although the manufacturer claims 52% of women experienced a decrease in wrinkle depth, 92% reported an improvement in the appearance of crow’s feet, and 100% experienced a “visible difference” in wrinkles, they provide zero evidence to back this up. In our opinion, this makes all of these claims highly suspect.

Despite their general lack of efficacy (not to mention proof), Cellogica might be worth trying if it’s priced right, so let’s take a look at this next.

Does Cellogica’s Price Make It Worth Trying?

At first glance, Cellogica seems reasonably priced; just pay $4.95 S&H to start your 14-day trial and you’ll be sent a 30-day supply.

But buried deep in the fine print and Terms & Conditions, what you might not realize is that after your trial ends, you’ll be charged the eye-popping price of $129.95! Then, you’ll continue receiving a new bottle of Cellogica once per month, and your card will be charged $129.95 plus $4.95 S&H each time.

Important note: Cellogica offers a 30-day return policy for all purchases outside the trial period, although you’ll only receive credit, not an actual refund.

Cellogica’s Manufacturer

According to the product’s Terms, processing a return is as easy as calling Eco Health (also known as EHL, Inc) based out of Beverly Hills, CA at 661-208-3477. But we think you might have a much more difficult time than you’re expecting. Why?

First, Eco Health had an F rating with the Better Business Bureau (as of 2/9/16), based on 37 closed complaints. Nearly all of these referenced problems with the free trial and autoship program, as well as difficulty obtaining refunds.

On top of this, Eco Health also had an F rating with the Business Consumer Alliance based on failing “to respond to complaints, their advertising is grossly misleading, they are not in compliance with the law’s licensing or registration requirements, their complaints contain especially serious allegations, or the company’s industry is known for its fraudulent business practices.”

Second, we’ve reviewed dozens of products just like Cellogica, including Encante Cream, NuPlenish Skincare, Skinology Cream, and more. And not only do these products come with bottom-of-the-barrel customer reviews, but most also use the exact same website designs, only bothering to change the product name and image!

Where Does This Leave You With Cellogica?

As you can see, we think there are a whole lot of red flags when it comes to Cellogica. But we’re not done yet.

First, keep in mind that despite what their website might lead you to believe, Cellogica does not contain any stem cells. Instead, it contains an apple extract that’s claimed to boost your body’s production of stem cells, although the company provides zero evidence to back this up.

Next, as we detailed in Stop Wasting Your Skincare Products, there’s often no difference between day and night formulations, except the latter often contain sunscreen. So don’t be impressed by the fact that Cellogica claims to be a “day and night formula.”

Finally, just because the company claims Cellogica is endorsed by Joanna Krupa, this doesn’t mean she actually uses the product.

In our opinion, we think your money would be better spent talking with your dermatologist, instead of ordering Cellogica. Sure, their treatments will probably cost more, but ultimately we think they’ll provide much more value for your hard-earned money.

Tired of Anti-Aging Rip-Offs? Want to Learn to Shop Smarter?

Join over 2 million HighYa readers who receive weekly how-to guides, tips & reviews and get a FREE COPY of our 145 Scam Hacks e-book. Enter your email below to get started!

5 Customer Reviews for Cellogica

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 0 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 0 2 stars: 0 1 stars: 5
Bottom Line: 0% would recommend it to a friend
Showing 1-5 of 5
Sort reviews by:

  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    This is the worst company and products I have ever used

    This company uses manipulation and false advertising to sell their severely overpriced products. There is no official website. When you join you will not see it until you are charged on your bank statement. They refuse to list ingredients most likely due to the claims they are making and lack of proper ingredients needed to support their claims. These products do not work.

    Please do not fall victim to their deal, especially through Facebook.

    1. This is not a trial period - after 15 days you will be billed 129.99 and 99.99. Who can tell if something works within 15 days? Well, guess what, it will never work so cancel within the 15 days if you have fallen victim to their Facebook ads and false website.

    2. When you fight the charge with your bank Cellogica will provide false documentation stating I signed up for monthly products. So my credit card believed the company.

    3. When I contacted the company to send the products back they said once they are opened I can't send it back. Why? Because I do not exist in their system.

    4. So I gave her my credit card number and she found my account that way. When I requested to send the barely used products back I was hung up on by their service department.

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

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Sep 23, 2016

    I got this product as Amazon promotion and paid $2.95 for shipping and $2.00 for tax. They charged me $129.95 without any warning and obviously my authorization.

    Tried to cancel when I noticed pending transaction, but they refused. The product is less than average, I would never pay for any product like this $100+.

    Customer service is awful, they are basically stealing. Never buy from them.

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

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 27 out 27 people found this review helpful

    Fraud!

    • Indianapolis, IN,
    • Jun 30, 2016

    I wish I had looked at the reviews before ordering. Beware of the gimmick sales and their fine print. The hotline representative actually admitted that the terms do not read clearly and are often missed. I was charged $230 for junk.

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

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 25 out 25 people found this review helpful

    Scam and awful service.

    Tried the product through free gift from Amazon, then suddenly my checking account was charged $129. I tried to cancel and the charges were reversed. Apparently when I did that I should have saved my confirmation number because the person who took my call did not note anything and it happened all over again. The guy on the phone acted like I took out a trial again and just didn't want it because of cost, when I didn't even order the stuff. Terrible awful scam.

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

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 20 out 20 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    I authorized a minimal shipping and handling fee for a free trial of this product. Next thing I know they hit my account for $129.95 - a completely unauthorized charge! If I could rate these business practices as a negative I would. I demand my money back. Is this how desperate you are Joanna Krupa? Pathetic.

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

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


Showing 1-5 of 5

Write a review for Cellogica!

Share your experience to help others avoid scams & discover great products!

Write a Review