About Encante Cream

The claim: Encante Skin is an anti-aging serum that can restore your youthful appearance by lifting and firming skin, removing puffiness, and combating free radical damage. How?

By featuring a proprietary formula of “revolutionary, cutting-edge” ingredients that boost collagen and elastin production, work at the cellular level to improve your dermal matrix, and rejuvenate, hydrate, and replenish aging skin.

The reality: If you decided to place an order for Encante Cream, we believe you’ll find that the product doesn’t work anywhere near as well as the company claims. We also believe you’ll be caught in a web of high prices, recurring shipments, and poor customer service.

Interested in learning more? Keep reading!

First: Encante’s “Free” Trial

Like nearly every other trial-based anti-aging product we’ve reviewed, Encante Anti-Aging Serum can be purchased for $5.95 S&H. This will begin your 14-day trial, and you’ll receive a 30-day supply of the cream.

On the 14th day, you’ll be charged Encante’s full price of $98.71 (bet you didn’t see that coming!). You’ll also keep receiving a new bottle of Encante once per month, and you’ll continue being charged $98.71 each time.

According to the company’s Terms, refunds are available (less S&H charges), although no time limits were provided. To request a refund or to cancel your trial or autoship program, you’ll need to cal customer service at 877-494-0812.

On the surface, this might not seem like too big of a deal (outside of the astronomical price, of course). But when you learn what customers of other trial-based products are saying, the red flags start flying.

Second: Customer Feedback for Trial-Based Anti-Aging Products

Try this: Take a look at the websites for La Bella Mystique, Dermexquis Face Serum, BellaVita Anti-Aging Serum, and Dermalay Face Serum. Notice anything?

They’re all essentially the same website design! And even if they don’t use the exact same design, they still make many of the exact same claims. What’s going on here?

In our opinion, the same group of companies manufacture all of these products. Once customers figure out what’s going on, a company will stop promoting a product, re-label it under a different name, change out the image on their website template, and resume scamming customers.

This is why, if you encounter similar site designs or claims as Encante, we recommend running away—fast.

Pro tip: For an in-depth look at this situation, be sure to read Consumer Alert: Avoid These Anti-Aging Websites Like the Plague and Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials.

But why? Among hundreds of HighYa reader reviews, these products have an average rating of 1 star. Most customers find these anti-aging creams don’t work and come with ridiculously high prices.

And when they contact the company to cancel their trial, request a refund, or stop the automatic shipments, they’re often met with purposely-poor customer service. Many have even had to cancel their credit cards to put and end to it.

Third: No Usable Information about Encante Cream’s Ingredients

We’re told a lot of things about Encante’s ingredients; that they’re “revolutionary” and “cutting-edge,” they boost collagen and elastin production, and that they work at the cellular level to improve your dermal matrix.

We’re also told that the product has been clinically proven to price an 84% increase in skin moisturization, a 95% reduction in micro wrinkles, and a 73% increase in skin elasticity.

But what we’re not told is exactly what these ingredients are. We’re not even provided a product label, so there’s no way to know exactly what this anti-aging serum contains, how much of each ingredient it contains, or how effective these ingredients are at reducing the visible signs of aging.

And despite how “revolutionary” it would be if Encante worked as well as the manufacturer claims, the company provides zero clinical evidence to back them up.

But remember, as we learned in the previous section, these exact same claims are made about dozens of other online-only anti-aging products, since they’re all using the same site design!

The truth? Encante Cream is likely some cheap moisturizer sourced from Asia, which is repackaged and sold at ridiculously marked up prices, and there is very little (if any) truth to these manufacturers’ claims.

When It Comes to Encante Cream, Beauty Isn’t Skin Deep

Based on Encante Cream’s business model, site design, and various claims, we can be relatively certain they’re part of the current string of trial-based anti-aging scams. As such, we’d recommend speaking with your dermatologist instead of placing an order.

Also, remember that you can take proactive measures to effectively prevent premature aging, such as managing stress, wearing the appropriate sunscreen, cutting down on sugar, avoiding smoking and alcohol consumption, and more!

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151 Customer Reviews for Encante Cream

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
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Bottom Line: 1% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 0 out 1 people found this review helpful

    I love it!

    I received the Encante SERUM (for face only) and it costs me $48.00 each time it's shipped. I use it daily and I LOVE it! All of the ingredients are listed on the back of the container and it smooths out fine wrinkles for me as soon as it dries.

    The reason my cost is $48.00 is because I was not able to use the eye cream that came with it; I was allergic. SO they ship just the face serum and I'm very happy.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Pennsylvania,
    • Oct 5, 2016

    Saw the ad but didn't read the whole thing. I saw "just pay postage and handling." Thought it was a sample so of course, I thought it was a good deal and that I'd try it. When I received the products there was no bill, no paper stating how much I had paid. I used the product for 2-3 weeks, didn't notice any difference, then checked my bank account.

    They took almost $200 from my account. When I called them I told them I thought it was a sample and that I'd have to reorder if I wanted more. The woman assured me they don't send out samples and that since I didn't call and cancel I had to pay the fee. This is ridiculous. I work part time and live on a fixed income. I get the same results from the cheapest body lotion.

    Total scam and I hope they all burn in hell, all those people that swear by this product and promote it. Christie Brinkley and Dr. Oz shame on all of you.

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

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    SCAM $5.95 for S & H, then they bill you for the full price of the product.

    • California,
    • Oct 1, 2016

    I used 2 of these products for 3 weeks and found NO benefit. Then my credit card was billed $99.01 from Youth Vigorance, Florida and $98.71 by Youth Best YOUNOW8884492 88, Arizona. I called to cancel any further orders and a woman tried to sell me the same thing for half price. Ha! I called a couple of weeks later and they gave me a 35% refund. Not enough. This is 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

    Difficult return

    BEWARE! After using the serum for two weeks, it was difficult to see any difference, so I called to cancel, not wanting the recurring $90+ monthly.

    I was told I hadn't given the product adequate time, so if I wanted to return it, I would have to pay the full price. When I balked at that, they extended my trial period, and I could cancel then with no cost. WRONG!

    They now wanted $9.95 for the cost of the product. If it were the $90+ cost of the monthly the reason I was cancelling, they would let me have it for less. We played this game for several minutes, getting the monthly cost down to about $25. I was still not interested.

    How can the product go from $90+ to $25? I finally said I would pay the shipping and cancel the order. But it was very challenging.

    Stay away from this bait and switch!

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Ultimate Scam

    Figured this was a big mistake when I discovered that his trial led to a monthly subscription of $98. When I called upon receiving the product to tell them to cancel the subscription I was told that I needed to return the free trial at my expense. I told them that they had quite the racket going. I was then told if I continued to use the product for 30 days they would offer me a 30% discount or could cancel with no penalty. I recorded the conversation for confirmation.

    I noted the date in my calendar and called back to cancel. I explained to the representative that I was calling to cancel and was told they couldn't find my account. I then gave them my order number and was put on hold for 17 minutes until I hung up and called back. Upon reaching the next representative I again indicated I was calling to cancel the subscription before it was charged and also told them not to be put me on hold. I was told they were putting me on a silent hold and that they could still hear me while they looked up my information. After a minute my call was rerouted to yet another representative.

    I informed this person again not to put me on hold and gave him the order number. He then offered me 50% to continue with the subscription. After telling him no I was then offered 75% discount. I again said no and to cancel.

    I was informed that my account had been closed and that I would receive an email confirming that of which I have yet to receive.

    Their free trial offer with shipping and handling is a total farce. The info on the automatic subscription plan is buried in the terms and conditions. Fortunately, I printed copies of everything. Their games when calling to cancel is just a further attempt to screw the customer.

    The products themselves offered no measurable improvement. I used them for the 30 days to give it a fair shake, but in the end, all I got was a big hassle with the company who markets this product. Please don't waste your time and money on this scam.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Rip Off. Run Away.

    Supposedly there is fine print that binds you to a $200 per month purchase price unless you cancel within 14 days of your FREE sample. I am usually pretty savvy about these things but excuse me, I missed the "agreement" that I supposedly made. No returns allowed. I did get through to customer service and they offered me a 50% refund. When I refused they offered me a 75% refund which I accepted. So my 5.99 purchase turned into $50. Scam. Run away.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    No indication on Encante's website stating you were subscribing to a product.

    I purchased these products which advertised Christie Brinkley (whom I respected) as using these products. There was no indication on the website that I was subscribing to the product after the first 14 days. When I saw the charges on my credit card in the amounts of $98.01 and $99.00 today, I called the "customer service" number reflected on the website. I canceled the "order" and was advised that I would receive no further product, but I would be charged these amounts for the trial versions I had received at the full rate. They would not credit me for the amounts paid for the additional product but would charge me full price for the "trial" products. I think something should be done about fraudulent transactions like this. There is no mention of a 14-day trial period and nothing about a subscription on the website.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Trying to cancel and keep being told they're having computer problems

    I ordered the trial for 5.95 and thought that was it. I didn't want anything else or want to be charged any more money. Come to find out they charged my card 99.01, called to get a refund and cancel, since I never meant to sign up for anything. I want a refund of the $99.01 since I feel like I was mislead and can't afford it anyway.

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

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  • 12 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Don't fall for this scam

    • Tucson, AZ,
    • Aug 23, 2016

    No visible results. Also it is a scam, $5.95 for 1st shipment and they do not make it clear that you must cancel within 14 days or you will start receiving auto shipments at the cost of $98.71 per month! What a rip off.

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

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  • 15 out 17 people found this review helpful

    I was scammed out of approximately $200 by Encante Cream company

    July 10th, 2016 I ordered a trial size cream from Encante. I got face cream and eye serum for $5.95 x2. I thought nothing of it. and I received these in the mail.

    Suddenly, on July 26, they withdrew two unauthorized payments for Youth Boost taken from my account. I called and asked for my refund. I was told I would not get the full refund of $99.01 and $98.71. During the conversation, customer service hung up on me.

    My bank was notified of this fraud and my card is closed. I have nothing to show for the large debits on my account. I want my money, not the unauthorized orders.

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

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  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Encante Serum

    False advertising on behalf Joy Behar. They keep telling me I'll get my refund and all kinds of foolish people answering their phone, each telling a different story.

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

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