About Premiera Matrixyl

Premiera Matrixyl is an anti-aging cream that’s claimed to diminish wrinkles, repair and smooth skin, counter the aging effects of stress, and rejuvenate your skin, without expensive surgery. In fact, Premiera Matrixyl’s manufacturer claims their product’s “advanced formula” is so effective that it can help you look up to 10 years younger—even better than Botox.

To provide these benefits, Premiera Matrixyl is claimed to contain clinically proven ingredients, including Biosphere, QuSome delivery, and Biofil spheres, that work at the cellular level to keep your skin healthy, moist, and hydrated, while helping to maintain suppleness and elasticity. To back up these claims, the company claims that in a study with hundreds of women, Premiera Matrixyl provided an 84% decrease in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 73% decrease in the appearance of dark circles.

You’re tired of overhyped (and overpriced) anti-aging products, so what’s up with Premiera Matrixyl? Will it really feel like a mini facelift, or just a slap in the face? We’ll cover everything you need to know, so let’s start with the basics.

What Causes the Signs of Aging?

When it comes to the signs of aging, the world is against you. What we mean by this is that there are hundreds of different factors that can cause your skin to age prematurely, including lifestyle factors such as poor diet and smoking, ultraviolet exposure, lack of sleep, failure to keep skin moisturized, and even just gravity (can’t do much about that last one!).

But when it comes to Premiera Matrixyl, does it contain any ingredients that can combat these causes?

Are Premiera ​Matrixyl’s Ingredients Effective?

There isn’t a label provided on the Premiera Matrixyl website, and the only ingredients we’re told about are Biosphere, QuSome delivery, and Biofil spheres.

QuSome is a proprietary ingredient manufactured by Next Step Laboratories, which is claimed to allow “active ingredients to become more efficacious and less irritating providing consumers with maximum product performance.” In other words, QuSome doesn’t appear to provide any anti-aging benefits itself, but may help Premiera Matrixyl’s ingredients work better. Unfortunately, the manufacturer doesn’t provide any clinical evidence to back up these claims.

However, there wasn’t any information available online about Biosphere or Biofil spheres, outside of products essentially identical to Premiera Matrixyl (more about this shortly).

With this in mind, although the ingredient isn’t specifically listed, based on the product’s name alone, it may also contain Matrixyl. This is another proprietary ingredient created by Sederma, which is claimed to “rejuvenate the dermal structure and … make ageing skin behave like young skin.”

Sederma claims that Matrixyl has undergone in vivo (i.e. “live”) testing, although there’s no indication if this occurred on cells in a Petri dish, animals, or humans, and no clinical citations are provided.

Important note: Speaking of clinical citations, Premiera Matrixyl’s manufacturer claims it underwent a study with “several hundred women” as participants. However, based on the overwhelmingly positive results claimed by the company, as well as the fact that they don’t provide any evidence to back it up, this leads us to believe these results are either overblown or completely made up.

For more about this, be sure to read Think that Clinical Study Is Legit?

So, if Premiera Matrixyl doesn’t effectively reduce your signs of aging, are there other methods you can try?

Other Methods for Reducing the Signs of Aging

While there are certainly a variety of ingredients contained in other anti-aging treatments that can improve the quality of your skin, what ultimately works for you is going to be a highly personalized process, depending on your age, the condition of your skin, the factors leading to your aging, and much more.

And as we alluded in the first section, there are many ways you can reduce (and prevent) the signs of aging, without spending a dime. This includes limiting sun exposure, wearing sunscreen, quitting smoking, getting enough sleep, adding more fish and soy to your diet, eating more fruits and veggies, and more.

In other words, you can realistically achieve decreased wrinkles and other signs of aging simply by changing your choices, while saving a ton of money in the process.

Speaking of which, what are people saying about anti-aging products like Premiera Matrixyl? Do they feel they’re getting their money’s worth?

The Popularity of Trial-Based Anti-Aging Products

Premiera Matrixyl is one of hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of anti-aging products to recently appear on the market that are sold only through free trials and subsequent autoship programs (more about this in the next section).

In fact, Premiera Matrixyl’s text and website design are nearly identical to many other trial-based anti-aging products we’ve reviewed here at HighYa, including Revival Beauty Serum, Vitalie Skin Care, Celloplex, Nuvoderm Nano Gold, and more. This leads us to believe many of these products are manufactured by the same company, or are even the same formulations sold under several different names.

For an in-depth look at this growing problem, be sure to read Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials.

With this in mind, among dozens of reader reviews for these products, they have an average rating of 1.5 stars, with common complaints citing failure to work as advertised, high price, and difficulty cancelling free trials and autoship enrollment (more about this next). And in our opinion, you can expect much of the same with Premiera Matrixyl.

From a company perspective, Premiera Matrixyl is manufactured by Premiera Anti Aging Creams, based out of Northridge, CA. The company was listed with the Better Business Bureau but not rated, and no additional information was available about them online.

Premiera Matrixyl Pricing & Refund Policy

As we discussed in the previous section, Premiera Matrixyl is only available through a 15-day trial for $4.95 S&H. Although it’s considered a trial, you’ll receive a full 30-day supply of the product.

After your trial expires, your credit card will be charged $89.91 for the full price of the product. You’ll also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program, which will continue providing you with a fresh container of Premiera Matrixyl once per month, and your credit card will be billed $89.91 each time.

Outside of the trial, no refunds are available for your Premiera Matrixyl purchase.

In order to cancel your trial or your autoship enrollment, you’ll need to contact customer service at 888-796-8050.

Premiera ​Matrixyl’s Arbitration Agreement & Class Action Waiver

Also, it’s very important to note that all Premiera Matrixyl orders come with an automatic arbitration agreement, which means you won’t be able to become part of a jury by trial or class action lawsuit if you experience any damages from using the product.

Is Premiera Matrixyl the Real Deal, Or a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

If you read through this entire review, you almost certainly have a solid grip on what you can realistically expect from using Premiera Matrixyl—which, other than perhaps moisturization, probably won’t amount to much.

This, combined with the product’s ultra-high price and lack of refunds, means that we’d strongly recommend speaking with your dermatologist about more effective methods of reducing the signs of aging, instead of placing your Premiera Matrixyl order.

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9 Customer Reviews for Premiera Matrixyl

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    They do not give accurate info about charges.

    I ordered a trial of these products. It did not say it would be a recurring monthly payment. So they take $89.00 twice out of my credit card. Don't buy from them, go to a retail store and buy a similar products. I repeat, don't buy from this company. I bet they won't post this. Mad as hell right now.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    A complete scam

    I have been endless with trying to cancel my orders. And yes, it is the same woman on the phone each day. She uses different names. Last week I finally thought my cancellation was complete. Since my cancellation I have in one week received two more orders. My debit card got overdrawn, so I had to pay $70 for that. I just had my fight on the orders, just now. I said I wanted the money refunded. Now I see on my e-mail that they had only refunded for one bottle. I'm scared of these people. Who knows when they are going to charge me again. Somebody help!

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

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  • 5 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Charlotte, NC,
    • Mar 14, 2016

    This company is a huge SCAM. I mean it. Believe me, and don't make the same mistake I did. I am trying to help you to save your money. This company robed me like they did many others before me. They are crooks. They have broken policies and broken promises.

    I ordered my products on February 2nd, it took them a whole month to send me the cream. I called them on February 17th asking where my product was, they told me it was back ordered. So I said to them that I wanted to cancel my order because I lost trust in this company. They ASSURED me that my card will not be charged without my authorization, but they LIED. I finally got my product on February 26th which was Friday and they charged my card the next day without even giving me any time to try the product to see if it was working for me. What about trial period?

    They charged my checking account for $190 without letting me try their product first. What a lousy customer service satisfaction policy. No one in the office could speak American English fluently and their manager is never available. Customer service hangs up the phone every time I call them, they would not allow me to speak with their manager by telling me that she is not available and that they can not make outbound calls. Here in US for the most part we are accustomed to a great customer satisfaction. This company workers are probably from a third world countries that never experienced a good customer service and don't know how to provide one either. I am very disappointed and wanted to warn anyone who looked into this company to do business with.

    I heard about this product through Dr. Oz TV show and automatically fell for it, thinking that it should be a reputable product and service. I still can't believe that Dr. Oz is doing business with such crooks out there. I would never buy anything that is being advertised on his shows. People watch out, don't be victimized.

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

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  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Very dishonest company

    • Memphis, TN,
    • Feb 21, 2016

    After signing up for the free, 15 day trial (which began from it's shipment date, and took 14 days for me to receive), I immediately called, and was given an extension. At the end of that extension, with no results, I was given another extension on the trial, then another, and finally another after that. All this time, I was being assured it is still in it's trial period, and I will not be billed. I finally had enough of not seeing any results, and tired of calling and talking to the same person (who was using different names), so I canceled the product. Then I am billed the entire amount, and when I call, I am told that I did not cancel both of the products, but only one. I had been talking about both products for the entire time, until time to cancel. Plus I received an email confirmation of the cancellation. Now, all of a sudden, I need to call another number, to cancel both products. When that did not work, they tell me that I am out of the refund timeframe, according to their policy, and they cannot give me a refund. I am disputing this charge with my credit card company.

    Do not get roped in with their free trial! The product did not work, and they do not abide by their information, when they assure you that you will not be charged.

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

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  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    RIP OFF

    • Florida,
    • Jan 7, 2016

    Hit my card for 180.00 after article advised this was a non continual order. I have a dispute in with Discover now. And the product made no difference, sticking to my Roc.

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

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  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Ok for face cream, not for wrinkles.

    • GA,
    • Dec 2, 2015

    I used it on one side of my face and an expensive cream on the other side, both worked the same. Premiera was twice the cost. If it was less than $40 I'd use for a face cream.

    Ordered on a Friday and rec'd a week later on a Saturday. I did read the conditions, and called on Monday to cancel. The man did try to talk me into extending longer, which I declined, and he gracefully cancelled the shipment.

    I would not recommend to remove wrinkles and because as a face cream it's not worth the price.

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

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  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    MAJOR SCAM

    After spending time on the phone with English difficult to understand and repeatedly being told "sorry for your misunderstanding." I told them I had only received product 6 days ago, they told me the trial period starts when you order. So beware, while the product is in the mail trucks, mail processing plants and probably flying through the air, you are trying it. No supervisors are available, they are all in meetings. Over the holiday weekend they took over $80 out of my account for what is advertised as a SAMPLE. I will be filling paperwork for cancellation of payment with my bank. You are suppose to try the product for 8-10 days according to non-helpful customer service. The customer service just reads prepared statements using the word SORRY and YOUR MISUNDERSTANDING until you want to throw up. If this was a miracle cream I would pass.

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

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    • Mar 30, 2016

      Ms Woods

      Yes, I will be filling with my bank for a refund as well.

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  • 12 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Total scam

    • Seattle, WA,
    • Sep 19, 2015

    They bill you for shipping only for a free sample. It takes over a week to arrive. On the 15th day from the date you ordered they bill your card for $89.91 because you did not call by day 15 (nothing on the advertisement or invoice to tell you to do this). Then 15 days later they bill you another $89.91! Customer service is obviously reading from a script, very fast, with a thick Asian accent (all three calls that I have made). Definitely a scam. Don't waste your money on this product.

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

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  • 13 out 13 people found this review helpful

    Scam but I fell for it…

    • Dallas, Texas,
    • Jul 30, 2015

    Well, I fell for yet another dream. As someone who gets botox, and tired of how much it costs, I thought I would give this a try for $4.95. I've tried so many lotions and potions over the years and as old as I am I should know better. They are, as the article, implies just moisturizers. Been using this stuff for only a couple of weeks and haven't seen a thing. I know you need to use things (even those from a reliable doctor) for longer but with ALL the glowing the reviews on it AND pictures I thought there might be hope. Now I learn that they are going to charge my card? Oh heck no! I will be calling right after I finish typing this.

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

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