About Finesse Face Serum

Remember how your mother always told you, “Never judge a book by its cover”?

For the most part, we think that’s great advice. But when it comes to products like Finesse Face Serum—an anti-aging cream that claims to be everything from “Better than Botox” to “Hollywood’s best kept secret”—we definitely think you can learn just about everything you need to know with one glance at their website.

Why? How can we be so sure? And if Finesse Face Serum won’t work, are there other options that will? All fantastic questions! We’ll be sure to address each of them in this in-depth review.

To start our brief journey, let’s talk about how you can buy Finesse Face Serum.

What’s Up with Finesse Face Serum’s Trial?

We’ve reviewed hundreds of anti-aging products here at HighYa, and one of the first red flags of any less-than-stellar product is that it’s only available through a free trial.

In the instance of Finesse Face Serum, this means you’ll start out by paying $4.95 to cover S&H. This begins your 14-day trial, and you’ll be sent a full 30-day supply of the cream.

What you probably didn’t realize (since it’s buried deep within the fine print and Terms & Conditions) is that after 14 days, you’ll be billed the amazingly high price of $89.53.

Think it’s over now? Not hardly. This is because you’ll continue receiving a new shipment of Finesse Face Serum once every 30 days, and your credit card will be charged $89.53 each time.

Yes, the company claims you can call 877-498-0215 to cancel your trial or your autoship program, but based on hundreds of HighYa reader reviews for essentially identical products (more about this soon), we think you’ll probably be met with a lot of resistance. This might include personnel who are rude, try to spin the situation to be your fault, or even hang up on you—multiple times.

Important note: Outside of the trial, no refunds are available for Finesse Face Serum products.

Finesse Face Serum’s Arbitration Agreement

As if all of this wasn’t enough, Finesse Face Serum orders are subject to an arbitration agreement. In a nutshell, this means you’ll basically be waiving all your legal rights, including a trial by jury or becoming part of a class action lawsuit, should you experience any damages. And in all but the rarest instances, these agreements heavily favor the company.

Experiencing a Sense of Déjà Vu with Finesse Face Serum?

If you’ve been researching online-only anti-aging products like Finesse Face Serum for long, you might be asking yourself, “Where have I seen this website before? It looks so familiar!”

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie to this industry, here’s an inside peek: There is a handful of companies (it might be just one company for all we know) who continuously use the exact same website design over and over again, so you might have seen a different product with an identical site template in the past. But why? What do these companies have to gain?

As we alluded to above (and as we’ll explore in greater detail in the next section), it’s extremely common for these types of products to come with bottom-of-the-barrel online customer reputations. So, instead of formulating a quality product at a fair price, the companies will close up shop once the “customer heat” gets too high. All they do is:

  • Shut down the existing website
  • Come up with a different product name
  • Reuse the exact same template as the previous site, changing only the product name and image
  • Buy a new URL, upload the altered website, and start the process all over again

Admittedly, there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews for Finesse Face Serum, so we can’t be 100% sure this is the case. Is it highly likely? We’d say so.

But to back up our case even more, let’s finish by talking about customer feedback.

Customer Feedback Ain’t Pretty For Products Like Finesse Face Serum

We’ve already discussed customer reviews for online-only anti-aging products several times now, but specifically what are they saying? Whether we’re referencing Encante Cream, NuPlenish Skincare, SkinYouth Enhanced, or any of the dozens of other products who use this same template, overwhelmingly, the most common complaints include:

  • Failure to work. Not only do most customers not experience any of the amazing benefits claimed by these template-based products, they often state that the quality of their skin worsened. This might be as minor as overdrying, but in some instances customers have experienced side effects that required a visit to the doctor.
  • Excessively high price. Anti-aging creams aren’t exactly known for their bargain-basement prices. But when customers shell out nearly $100 for something that doesn’t work, they feel ripped off and start throwing around the “scam” word.
  • Exceptionally poor customer service. We’ve already talked about how service reps for these companies will be as rude as possible, but what we didn’t explain is that we think they’re specifically trained to act this way. Why? Because these companies probably know that can’t retain customers based on the quality of their products, so they’ll just try and frustrate you to the point of giving up. That way, they can keep bleeding your bank account.

Is It In Your Best Interest To Take a Chance On Finesse Face Serum?

Here’s the thing: We’re fully willing to admit that it’s totally possible we’re being too hard on Finesse Face Serum. After all, they could be different than all the other products using this exact same template, while these other companies are just giving Finesse a bad name.

Possible? Certainly. Probable? Almost certainly not.

But ask yourself this, given everything we learned here today about the customer reputation for these products, do you think it’s worth rolling the dice on Finesse Face Serum? Ultimately, that’s only a question you can answer. But keep in mind that if you’re wrong, you could become caught in a web of lies and deceit that takes weeks (or even months) to untangle from.

Because of these immense concerns, we think your money would be better spent talking with your dermatologist about more effective methods of reducing the signs of aging. Or, you can begin right now by limiting your UV exposure, quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption and stress, getting plenty of sleep, and more!

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6 Customer Reviews for Finesse Face Serum

Average Customer Rating: 1.7
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 1 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 0 2 stars: 0 1 stars: 5
Bottom Line: 33% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Scammed for both creams

    I bought two different creams thinking they were trials for less than $5.00 each but they charged me close to $90. each. Tried talking to a Customer Service Representative who was rude and resistant to help. He stated I signed an agreement to become a member and pay this high price. I really didn't see this at all so now I am stuck with this bill as well as another month of charges as I called too late. I would like to report them for misrepresentation.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Texas,
    • Nov 11, 2016

    Nowhere does it indicate the price after the trial. The site you order from, is not the site where they say you signed up and agreed to the terms of automatic shipment and the price of $89.53. The site they say you ordered from has this info, but NOT where you actually ordered from. Couldn't tell any benefit from the product. STAY AWAY FROM FINESSE.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Stay away - scam! Will cost dearly even if you don't want the product.

    • Maryland,
    • Oct 14, 2016

    Stay away from this scam. I did not even receive any paperwork with the product and was charged $88.63, which was not indicated when I received the free trial product. You MUST return the unused portion of the trial, at YOUR cost, or be charged almost $40.00. The address to return the product you have to get by calling them. I had to cancel my credit card, dispute the charges after dealing with rude service. If you don't believe me, call the phone number for them, which is not provided anywhere, that I had to get from looking up this site, which is 877-498-0215. Listen to the recording of your "return and cancelling" options. BEWARE!

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

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Don't Take the Bait

    There is no "Free Trial." You will be charged within three weeks. I was told my account was canceled when I called on July 20, within an hour of receiving the goods. I was told to keep them and to call back on August 17th. I called on the 16th and my account wasn't canceled until I made three more calls. I was told that I had called on August 4th, but I hadn't. Stay away.

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

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  • 17 out 17 people found this review helpful

    What a scam

    This company is a scam. The only way you can buy this cream is a free trial, and when you sign up for this, there is a fine print that automatically signs you up for monthly supply of the serum. When you try to refund the useless cream to get your money back, they have rude customer service agents saying you can't do this as you signed up for this. Stay away.

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

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  • 4 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Great product

    This product is a great product, but the price is to high to maintain such a regimen. I was very pleased with the results. I try new products, especially with natural extracts. I'm 43 and already look 27ish but I started trying anti-aging aids very young. I really wish I could have continued this product. For those who can afford it, please try it. It's worth it.

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

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