About Puravol Anti Aging

Puravol Anti Aging is an anti-aging product that’s claimed to help diminish wrinkles and lines by lifting, smoothing, and plumping skin, providing “dramatic” repair, and by preventing damage caused by free radicals. In addition, Puravol’s ingredients are claimed to help your skin maintain its suppleness and elasticity, and to even reverse the aging process at the cellular level. 

Because of this, Puravol Anti Aging is claimed to work like a “mini facelift” that’s clinically proven to rejuvenate your skin without expensive surgery. In fact, Puravol is claimed to help you look up to 10 years younger.

But is there any reality to these claims? In other words, can you really expect Puravol Anti Aging to help you look younger, or is it just an overpriced scam? Consider the following: 

Will Puravol Provide “Dramatic, Clinically Proven” Results?

Although Puravol Anti Aging is claimed to be clinically proven, there is almost no information provided on the product’s website about the study conducted by the company, other than that “several hundred women” saw results. Considering how revolutionary these results are claimed to be, the fact that Puravol’s manufacturer provides no reference to the study leads us to believe these numbers aren’t based in reality.

Screenshot from Puravol Anti Aging websiteLike many of the other trial-based anti-aging products we’ve reviewed, the Puravol website doesn’t provide any reference to how these numbers were obtained.

What Ingredients Does Puravol Anti Aging Contain?

Other than claiming to contain “intelligent ingredients” such as proprietary BioSphere, QuSome delivery, and Biofil spheres, as well as face firming peptides, vitamins, antioxidants, and topical immune boosters, there isn’t any information provided on the Puravol website about the ingredients it contains. This is disconcerting, since this is something you’ll be putting on your face and you deserve to know exactly what’s in it.

With this said, there isn’t any information available online about BioSphere molecules, how they work, or what kinds of anti-aging benefits they can provide. QuSome appears to be a product created by Next Step Laboratories and Biozone Laboratories that “allows active ingredients to become more efficacious and less irritating providing consumers with maximum product performance.” In other words, QuSome may help some of Puravol’s ingredients to work better, but doesn’t provide any anti-aging benefits itself.

Finally, peptides, vitamins, antioxidants, and topical immune boosters are very broad terms that provide little to no information about the actual ingredients contained in Puravol.

The Flood of Trial-Based Anti-Aging Products

Keep in mind that there has recently been an influx of trial-based anti-aging creams and serums (more about this in the Pricing section) similar to Puravol, including Vitalie Skincare, Wrinkle Rewind, and Celloplex. In fact, if you compare each of these websites, with the exception of the product names, they’re essentially identical, which leads us to believe they’re probably manufactured by the same company.

Regardless of who makes these anti-aging products though, as we discussed in our article titled Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials, it’s our opinion that they should be avoided altogether.

Puravol Anti Aging’s Advertising Tactics

Perhaps because there is zero clinical evidence showing the ingredients in Puravol can reduce the signs of aging, as well as the fact that it’s a nearly identical product to several others on the market, the company resorts to some poor advertising tactics to convince you to make a purchase.

Screenshot from Puravol Anti Aging websiteBased on our experience, it’s highly unlikely that Puravol has appeared on any of these networks or publications.

This includes indicating that Puravol is used by celebrities and that it has appeared in popular publications and on popular TV networks, although there is no third-party confirmation of either of these claims.

Screenshot from Puravol Anti Aging websiteHere, we can see that these are the same before and after images, with the “after” picture digitally altered to give the appearance of reduced signs of aging.

In addition, many of the before and after images featured on the Puravol Anti Aging website are the exact same, with one digitally altered to give the appearance of an anti-aging effect. In short, they’re fake.

Do Customers Enjoy Puravol Anti Aging?

Puravol appeared to be a new product at the time of our research, and had very few legitimate online customer reviews. The anti-aging cream had one 5-star review on Amazon, although it’s interesting to note that almost all of the user’s reviews (a total of 31 as of 3/4/15) were posted on the same day, and included the exact same feedback.

In addition, WomensBlogTalk.com featured a fairly in-depth Puravol review, and surmised, “I don’t approve of deceptive marketing campaigns that flat out lie in their ads to say that these are Dr. Oz recommended creams. I also don’t like the fact that they don’t provide an ingredients list to their products, or any real testimonials or clinical trials to support their products.”

Outside of this, Puravol Anti Aging is primarily advertised through independent affiliates who earn a commission for each sale of the product they refer. As such, these affiliates will often implement less-than-stellar marketing tactics to promote their products, including posting fake review websites.

From a company perspective, Puravol is manufactured by a company based out of Linlithgow, Scotland, although they did hold a B rating with the Better Business Bureau, despite no closed complaints. In our opinion, this only means the BBB simply hasn’t had adequate time to catch on to the company’s selling tactics.

Puravol Anti Aging Pricing & Refund Policy

Puravol is only available through a 12-day trial, for which you’ll pay $4.95 S&H and receive a 30-day supply.

After your trial has expired, you’ll be billed $99.15 for the full price of the product, and will also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program. This means you’ll continue receiving a 30-day supply of Puravol Anti Aging once per month, and your credit card will be billed $99.15 each time.

Important note: In our experience, free trials are all but guaranteed to charge you full price, and autoship programs are intended to lock you in to recurring charges. Because of this, it’s our opinion that products sold through these methods should be avoided altogether.

Outside of the trial, Puravol comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges.

With this said, in order to cancel your autoship enrollment or to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at 800-481-2609.

Will Puravol Anti Aging Make You Look Younger?

Chopping to the point: Considering that:

  • There is zero clinical evidence available showing that Puravol’s ingredients can reduce the signs of aging,
  • It’s very similar to other trial-based anti-aging products we’ve reviewed,
  • The company uses numerous less-than-stellar marketing tactics, and
  • The product’s high price, free trial, and autoship enrollment,

…it’s our opinion that Puravol is a scam and that your money might be better spent elsewhere.

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5 Customer Reviews for Puravol Anti Aging

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  • 24 out 25 people found this review helpful

    Anti-Aging scams along with credit card fraud.

    • Boston, MA,
    • Jul 18, 2016

    I bought this product for $4.95, which I pretty much knew before ordering they wouldn't work, but I was going to my 30th High School reunion and vanity got the better of me. I did read their terms, which shocked me so I purchased it with a $100 gift card that only had $7 left on it. Everyone of these ads have the exact same return policy, which is you have to return the product 14 days after placing the order and also call them to cancel. So it is not 14 days after receiving the product. The 14 days start the minute you click summit. I didn't even receive the product within the 14 days. It took 22 days to receive the product, although I did call on day 13 to cancel. Well long story short, they continued month after month sending me product, which they couldn't bill for and then after 6 months they took me to court for nonpayment and claimed I owed them $2200. I did win the case and the judge ordered them to pay me the $2200. But my point, beware of these internet ads. If you are going to purchase, use a prepaid credit card with a $100 limit. Never ever use your own personal credit card or debt card. That way they can't get access to your money. If you need my court docket number I would be happy to supply it.

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

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  • 47 out 47 people found this review helpful

    Complaint

    • Nov 13, 2015

    Did not any results after 30 days. They kept sending the product and charging a huge price for them without my asking for more. I had a difficult time stopping shipments.

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

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  • 41 out 42 people found this review helpful

    Beware! Puravol Is An Epic Scam!

    • Garland, TX,
    • Oct 4, 2015

    Puravol is worthless! First, the tiny opening of the long, hard plastic bottle does not allow the gel product to come out on its own nor for one's pinky to dig in for it. I had to resort to digging it out with a q-tip a wee bit at a time until I gave up. Plus the Raviderm sent along with the Puravol put a gray tinge on my face. Uh! Worst of all, using bold print, the company entices buyers with miraculous claims and by claiming the product is free then in very small print stating it is free only if returned within a few days! Now how deceptive is that? Because I did not meet this ridiculous deadline I was forced to pay for a product I will never use. I should have known better!

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

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  • 41 out 41 people found this review helpful

    SCAM! They use your credit card.

    • PA,
    • Aug 18, 2015

    Please do not even order the trial for this. I made the mistake of doing so, and within minutes my credit card was charged 5 times with random charges. I kept calling to ensure my account was closed, and they assured me it was, meanwhile they are charging my account. There is a different customer service number for each product, however, both go to the same place. In fact, I got the same gentleman when calling each number. I was catching him in so many lies that he actually hung up the phone on me. I called again and of course it was him, but this time answered with a new name. I got nowhere with them so I called my credit card company immediately to make them aware.

    That is when I found out of all the charges that occurred within 5 minutes, and therefore had to cancel my card. Please don’t even get the trial. The minute you give them your phone number they will scam you and charge your card.

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

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  • 38 out 38 people found this review helpful

    Puravol is a SCAM!

    • Mesa, AZ,
    • Aug 12, 2015

    Puravol is a SCAM! I ordered the trial on June 26th by accident, as I was directed to the Puravol website when I was searching for a similar product, and paid $4.95 for shipping. Exactly 12 days later, on July 8, they debited $99.15 from my account. Then again, on July 27th, they debited another $99.15 and sent me another bottle of this crap.

    Apparently, if you didn't see some fine print on their website, which I still can't find, telling you that if you don't call to cancel within 12 days, they'll continue to debit $99.15 from your account every month and send you another bottle of the crap. After speaking to them again today, and after shipping the last bottle back to them, they say they'll refund my money, minus the $5 re-stocking fee. What a scam. They got me for $104.10 and it better be the last.

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

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    • Aug 26, 2015

      Ljubica

      The same thing happened to me.

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