About Regenes Lift
Scientifically designed to improve your skin cells, Regenes Lift claims to moisturize and soften your skin, push wrinkles out, help fight the signs of aging, and maintain a healthy glow.
Regenes Lift’s special blend of ingredients also offer a safe alternative to painful (and expensive) injections, since they’ve been shown to provide an 82% reduction in wrinkle visibility and an 89% visible improvement, after just 4 weeks of daily use.
That’s a lot of really big claims! Does Regenes Lift live up to the hype, or does it fall flat on its face?
We’ll start with Regenes Lift’s first big red flag: pricing.
Regenes Lift’s “Free” Trial & Limited Refund Policy
Regenes Lift can only be purchased through the company’s trial. You’ll pay $4.97 to cover S&H, and will be sent a full size bottle.
After 12 days have passed (from the date you placed your order), you’ll be charged a whopping $139.97 for the full price of Regenes Lift! As if this wasn’t enough, you’ll also be sent a new bottle of the anti-aging cream once per month and charged $139.97 plus $9.97 S&H each time.
Sure, Regenes Lift comes with a 30-day refund policy, but this only applies to unopened bottles. This is also less S&H charges and a 35% restocking fee!
Want to request a refund, cancel your trial, or stop automatic shipments? You’ll need to call Regenes Lift customer service at 855-511-2250.
What’s the next big red flag related to Regenes Lift? The company’s overblown claims.
Can Regenes Lift Really Help Fight the Signs of Aging?
It’s difficult to say. Why? Because we’re not told about any of the ingredients the cream contains.
However, at the bottom of the Regenes Lift website, there are two citations listed:
- An overview of how topical retinoids may help repair and reverse damage caused by UV exposure, and
- A 2007 study published in the Archives of Dermatology showing vitamin A (Retinol) “improved fine wrinkles associated with natural aging.”
Is there any merit to these claims?
In short, yes. For the most part, topical retinoids have been shown to regulate cell growth by stimulating new blood vessels in the skin, reducing the appearance of age spots, promoting collagen production, and repairing UV damage.
Keep in mind though that not all retinoid creams are created equal, and stronger (read: more effective) versions are typically only available through a prescription.
Sure, this might be promising, but remember that we’re not told how much retinol is contained in Regenes Lift. And beauty creams like these aren’t regulated by the FDA, so it might not contain any retinol at all!
But what’s with all this negativity surrounding Regenes Lift? Let’s move on to red flag #3: similar products.
The Plague of Anti-Aging Free Trials
We’ve reviewed 150+ anti-aging products here at HighYa, and the vast majority exhibit the same overblown claims, sneaky free trials and subscription programs, lack of a label or complete ingredients lists, and more. Many of these products even use the exact same websites!
Pro tip: Case in point – The Regenes Lift website mentions Oro Lift, a nearly identical cream with equally poor online customer reviews. It seems like the company is advertising the same product under 2 different names, which is rampant within this industry.
Based on our experience, all of these red flags add up to products that are “legal scams” (they’re technically legal, but might leave you feeling scammed), and generally should be avoided.
Nearly every customer complains that these creams didn’t work as advertised (some even experienced severe side effects), came with extraordinarily high prices, and they had problems with customer service. Some even had to cancel their credit cards to stop the recurring charges.
Will you experience the same with Regenes Lift? In our opinion, it’s fairly likely.
Where does all of this leave you?
Is Regenes Lift a Simple Solution for Keeping up a Healthy Complexion?
You’re smart, so you probably already figured out the answer to this question. But to briefly recap, we know that Regenes Lift uses many of the same selling tactics as other less-than-stellar products within the industry, and that these generally come with very low customer satisfaction ratings.
We also know that retinol (perhaps one of the ingredients in Regenes Lift) may help fight the signs of aging, but we have no idea how much is contained in the anti-aging cream, and whether or not this is enough to be effective.
Take together? We think your money would be better spent on an appointment with your dermatologist instead of ordering Regenes Lift.
In the mean time, you can help prevent additional premature aging by avoiding UV exposure (and wearing the right sunscreen), eating healthy and getting plenty of exercise, quitting smoking, limiting alcohol consumptions, and more!
5 out 5 people found this review helpful
They take your money and does not send trial package
I purchased the Regenes Lift and the VitaLuminance and never received either. The tracking number I was given was invalid. I went to UPS store with my email of the tracing number and it was not a good number. I guess if they take $4.99 for enough of the products, they will become millionaires.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
6 out 6 people found this review helpful
Be prepared to pay for your trial plus 139.00 forever.
This product is mediocre. It does not give an ingredient list online, but I thought it may be worth a shot to see if it was somewhat natural. I thought I was only losing 6.95 shipping.
Product full of preservatives and fillers. Did try for a week and saw no miraculous change or difference at all. Thought that was the end of it.
I just got notification for a declined card for 3rd and 4th order. At this point, I am glad I changed credit cards or I may have not noticed for a while longer.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
7 out 7 people found this review helpful
Oro Lift (same product as Regenes Lift)
I'm so glad I found this site! A site that truly provides helpful information. If you google "Oro life" looking for real reviews, the first 10 pages (maybe more that's as far as I went) all are ads for it - sites that sell it with links to buy. I also noticed that many of the same products (including Regnes Lift & Oro Lift) are marketed under different names. They all use the same "before and after" photos and "testimonials" but go by different product names. They also have the same customer service number. Yes, a clear red flag. Many claim that they are related to Dr. Oz, but none truly are. I fell for the Oro Lift ad and had two month's shipments before I realized it was a scam. Thanks again for your site.
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Oct 15, 2015
Thank you for your kind words. And you're certainly welcome :) We're glad you’re here.
You’re absolutely correct in all of your observations – it’s the same people selling the same low-quality product under different names, getting people on the hook through the “free” trial offers.
We expose this in great detail in our articles. Below are a few of them:
- Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials
- Consumer Alert: Avoid These Anti-Aging Websites Like the Plague
We invite you to read through them and share them with your social network to build awareness. These types of scams are easy to spot if people would know how to identify them.
Thanks for reading and we hope you become part of our community.