About Celloplex

Celloplex is an anti-aging cream that’s claimed to help diminish wrinkles, smooth and repair skin, counter aging caused by stress, and to rejuvenate your skin, without expensive surgery. Because of this, Celloplex is claimed to be an injection-free solution for younger looking skin that can provide “dramatic, clinically proven results.”

In fact, Celloplex’s specially blended formula is claimed to be so effective that it resulted in an 84% decrease in wrinkles and fine lines, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 73% decrease in the appearance of dark circles for women who used it.

In order to “reverse the aging process at the cellular level,” Celloplex is claimed to work over 3 steps:

  1. Wash your face with a gentle cleanser and pat dry.
  2. Apply the formula to your entire face and neck.
  3. Experience instant, incredible results.

As we get older, it’s exciting when we come across a new product that claims to erase lines and wrinkles and turn back the hands of time. But you’ve been scammed before, and you’re here to find out if Celloplex is any different. To answer this, consider the following:

Is Celloplex Clinically Proven?

When searching online, we didn’t encounter any indication that Celloplex is clinically proven, or that it has ever been subjected to a clinical trial. But what about Celloplex’s ingredients?

As it turns out, there isn’t a full list of ingredients or a product label provided on the Celloplex website that can be used to investigate this further. In fact, all we’re told is that it contains a “specially blended formula” of essential vitamins and antioxidants, in addition to:

  • Proprietary Biosphere
  • QuSome delivery
  • Biofil spheres

What Does Science Have to Say About Celloplex’s Ingredients?

There isn’t any information available through a third-party website for “proprietary Biosphere,” although we did find out that QuSome is a product created by Next Step Laboratories that’s claimed to be “a patented skin delivery technology” that “allows active ingredients to become more efficacious and less irritating providing consumers with maximum product performance.” In essence, this means that QuSome may help some of the ingredients contained in Celloplex to absorb more completely into your skin, but will not provide any anti-aging benefits in and of itself.

Biofil appears to be included in a staggering number of anti-aging serums and creams, which is claimed to be “made up of natural wheat protein. This allows for a more sustained release of nutrients, and the wheat acts like a sponge that captures trans-epidermal water loss, resulting in wrinkle reduction.” However, Biofil’s manufacturer doesn’t appear to have a presence online.

So, going on the information we have available, the only ingredient contained in Celloplex (at least that we know about) to provide any kind of anti-aging benefits is Biofil, which is essentially a moisturizer.

What’s the Link Between Celloplex & Vitalie Skin Care?

Although Celloplex is claimed to provide an 84% decrease in wrinkles and fine lines, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 73% decrease in the appearance of dark circles for women who used it, there aren’t any references to indicate where these numbers were tabulated. What it a clinical trial? A user self-assessment? Something else altogether? We simply don’t know.

However, this is a common marketing tactic among anti-aging products, including AuraVie Skincare, BellaVita Anti-Aging Serum, Dermalay Face Serum, and Rejuval Skin. In fact, the Celloplex and Vitalie Skin Care websites are essentially identical, which leads us to believe it may be the same product, although the companies behind them appear to be different (more about this in a moment).

A screenshot of Vitalie Skin Care website
A screenshot of the Vitalie website, which is identical to the Celloplex site.

Celloplex’s Other Marketing Tactics

In addition to using the same generic, unreferenced statistics to promote their product, some of the before and after pics on the Celloplex website are clearly the same image, with one digitally enhanced to give the appearance of an anti-aging effect. In addition, by claiming that there are “only 1,000 trials given per day,” this is meant to create a sense of urgency and cause you to make a quick, uninformed decision (the exact opposite of what we do here at HighYa).

Before and after pictures featured on the Celloplex website
The same two images, with the right-side picture digitally enhanced to give the appearance of wrinkle reduction.

Customers Seem to Love Celloplex. Is this Really the Case?

In short; no.

Celloplex is only sold through independent affiliates who earn a commission for every sale of the product they refer. Because of this, these affiliates will often resort to underhanded marketing tactics, such as creating fake customer review websites, that are intended to mislead instead of inform.

With this said, other than these affiliate websites, there weren’t any online customer reviews available for Celloplex at the time of our research.

However, we did learn that Celloplex is manufactured by Lazico Trading LTD based out of Larnaca, Cyprus. It appears that the company also sells other trial-based “flavor of the day” supplements, such as Maximum Ketones (also known as Max Raspberry Ketone), a raspberry ketone-based weight loss supplement.

Because the company is based outside the U.S., they aren’t listed with the Better Business Bureau, and no additional information was available about the company online.

Celloplex Pricing & Refund Policy

Celloplex is only available through a 14-day trial for $4.95 S&H, for which you’ll receive a full 30-day supply of the anti-aging cream.

Then, after your trial has expired, you’ll be billed $94.95 for the full cost of the product, and will also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program. This means you’ll continue receiving a fresh supply of Celloplex once every 30 days, and your credit card will be charged $94.95 each time.

Important note: We’ve written about this hundreds of times, but it’s worth repeating. In our opinion, free trials are simply about getting ahold of your credit card information, while autoship programs are about locking you into recurring charges. As such, we usually recommend staying away from products sold using only these methods.

Outside of the trial, Celloplex 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 (844) 872-3339 to obtain an RMA.

Is Celloplex Your Key to Younger-Looking Skin?

Chopping to the point: Considering that:

  • We don’t know all of the ingredients contained in Celloplex,
  • The ones we do know about only seem to be relevant to moisturization,
  • The manufacturer resorts to some less-than-stellar marketing tactics, and that
  • Celloplex is only sold through a free trial and subsequent autoship program,

…we might recommend saving your hard-earned money and speaking with your dermatologist about more effective and less expensive methods of turning back the hands of time.

However, if you just have to purchase something, you could probably achieve the same anti-aging benefits as Celloplex from an inexpensive moisturizer purchased at your local drugstore.

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26 Customer Reviews for Celloplex

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Worst purchase ever!

    Please learn from my lesson, this company is a scam. No customer service available, and no email can be sent to the support desk. It was my fault for falling for their advertisements, which said that it was only $4.95 for a free trial, and that the product can be returned or canceled anytime. After that, the company charged my credit card $92.95 every single month (from October until January), and no products were delivered. We called their Customer Service, and the person one the phone insisted the product was delivered, and of course the refund can't be processed. I am going to file a claim about this business to the BBB.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Refund and Exchange Issues

    • Stafford, VA,
    • Dec 31, 2015

    I ordered a trial of Celloplex and Juvalift. I cancelled by the required day and returned the products. I was deducted ($94.95) and ($79.97) on May 28th. It is now December 17, 2015 and still no refund after many attempts.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Charging your card for product not ordered.

    • Huntington Beach, CA,
    • Dec 5, 2015

    I got the FREE TRIAL, paid for shipping only. A couple of weeks later my bank calls saying the company is charging you $96.00. I was livid.

    I'm sick and tired of lying scammers, and the product does not work!

    I told the bank that I never ordered the product they are charging me for!

    These people are lying scammers.

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

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    All Lies

    • Dallas,
    • Nov 13, 2015

    After discussing the two $94 charges with the rep, she said my debit card account would be credited in two days. One and a half weeks later no credit. These people make me second guess online purchases in general. Once they get your card information, your goose is cooked. My bank has opened a dispute for me. I hope they can help.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    It does not work

    How can you tell people it works -- it doesn't. I'm 60 years old and it did nothing for me. It seams like all the other creams. It does moisturize but that's all. I would not tell a friend to buy this product. Thank you, God bless.

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

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Beware!

    • Austin, TX,
    • Oct 20, 2015

    I received this product and returned it unopened yet I was still charged the shipping fee which was ok. But then they charged me the $76.02 for the product I returned. This was last part of June, it is now October and I cannot get my refund. I have called and called, and faxed my bank statement (as requested by call center). Another month has gone by and no credit. I called again and the call center says they will no longer send through my complaints to the company, which is a internet based company, with no phone number or address and that I should not try calling again. The call center is in Maine, the company is in California. What a hoax company. Buyer beware – they scam you out of your money and you will not be able to get a refund.

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

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  • 6 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Product scam

    I like trying different types of anti-aging creams and although I know that they are not miracle creams, some do show some improvement in your skin. However, Celloplex is the worst I've ever tried and it does absolutely nothing. After one month of using this product, my skin looked exactly the same and showed no change whatsoever.

    Buyers keep your money, it just doesn't work.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Scam! Don't bother!

    • Charlotte, NC,
    • Oct 15, 2015

    Please DO NOT order this product. It does not exist. Company is fake. Number they give you is fake. They get your card info, verify your account, and then take order off and proceed to charge fraudulent charges later. Had to put a fraud alert on my acct and get new card.

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

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  • 3 out 4 people found this review helpful

    SCAM

    • TN,
    • Oct 12, 2015

    Scam...do not order.

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

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Total Bogus Scam

    • King George, VA,
    • Oct 12, 2015

    Never buy this product! My ex bought it on my credit card and so far it has cost me $180 and has caused me to report the card lost so that I won't be charged any more from this horrible company. I sent back their second piece of garbage and was told I'd get a refund but so far, nothing!

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    SCAM

    This entire thing is nothing but a scam! I did order the trial sizes, but had done so right before I left for a 2 week trip back east. Yes, it arrived before I left, very quickly, in fact, but common sense would tell you you're not going to be able to try it while traveling. But to my surprise, when we arrived back home, I had already received the regular sized items. I immediately tried to get ahold of Celloplex to stop the autoship, as I had no idea how it would work. Curiously, yes, I had found the ad on Facebook, but suddenly could find no other ad info, no way to get hold of them. Then I started reading these reviews, and tried every possible way to stop the auto ship. THEY WOULD NOT STOP!

    By now, of course I know this is just junk, and even though I work in the skin care industry, I stupidly fell into a scam. This all started in the beginning of June, I've yet to be able to contact Celloplex and never once applied it to my face, either product. You cannot discern all of the ingredients, been charged over $440, and finally called my credit card company to stop the charges. They closed that account for me, that's the only way to stop them, and the credit card company itself is returning my money, and now filing paperwork for charges against the distributor, which is, by the way, only listed on statements as some beauty warehouse.

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

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