About Rejuv ES

Rejuv ES is an under eye serum that’s claimed to be clinically proven to lighten and brighten skin; reduce the appearance of fine line wrinkles, crow’s feet, and smile lines; and to provide firmer, healthier, and younger-looking skin in a matter of weeks. Developed by dermatologists, Rejuv ES is even claimed to be 630% more potent than other wrinkle creams, and to increase skin collagen by a whopping 398%.

Rejuv ES claims to be hermetically sealed in individual pre-measured Vegi-Caps in order to ensure purity, potency, and freshness, while preventing cross-contamination of the skin around your eyes. In each capsule, Rejuv ES is claimed to contain a proprietary blend of natural ingredients, including:

  • Vitamin K
  • Vitamin A (Retinol)
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Green Tea

In addition, Rejuv ES is claimed to feature Bio-Emulsion, which traps, then slowly releases Rejuv ES in order to optimize ingredient stability, increase skin penetration, and to minimize irritation.

But you probably already know about Rejuv ES, and you’re here to find out if it’s worth the money. After all, even though Rejuv ES’s delivery method may be novel, if it doesn’t work, then what’s the point? So let’s take a closer look, shall we?

Is Rejuv ES Clinically Proven?

In numerous places on their website, the manufacturer makes the claim that Rejuv ES is clinically proven, and even states that “93% of study participants saw significant visible improvement in their under-eye skin” using it. However, there is no additional information provided on the Rejuv ES website about this, and there are no third-party sites confirming these claims. Because of this, we might be inclined to recommend that these statements are false.

With this said, according to WebMD, there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, or green tea can provide any kind of anti-aging benefits.

What’s more, there isn’t a product label provided on the Rejuv ES website, so even if these ingredients were effective, there’s no way of discerning how much they contain, and whether or not this would be enough to provide any anti-aging benefits.

Rejuv ES’s Less-Than-Stellar Advertising Tactics

The Rejuv ES website makes a whole lot of very big claims, including that:

  • It was developed by noted U.S. dermatologists
  • 93% of study participants saw significant visible improvement in their under-eye skin.”
  • It increased elasticity by 88%, increased smoothness by 76%, and increased brightness by 71%
  • It has appeared in popular news outlets and publications, such as CBS News, NBC, FOX News, Women’s Health, and more.

However, the company doesn’t mention which “noted U.S. dermatologists” developed Rejuv ES, what kind of clinical study produced these results (e.g. a double-blind clinical trial, or just a user satisfaction survey)—nor do they post a copy of these results, and there is no third-party verification that the under eye serum appeared in any of these publications. 

A screenshot of Rejuv ES' website
How were these numbers determined? Why doesn’t the manufacturer provide details of the study on their website?

Finally, Rejuv ES’s manufacturer really takes it to the next level by posting a SkinCareNews.com article that claims, “Dr. Oz and Team Discover $5 Solution to a Wrinkle Free Face - Taking Hollywood by Storm,” insinuating that the serum is used by numerous celebrities, and that it was endorsed by Dr. Oz. 

However, there is no confirmation that Dr. Oz, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Aniston, or any other celebrities use or endorse Rejuv ES. This is an underhanded marketing tactic implemented by a wide variety of nutritional supplements and anti-aging products manufacturers, which is something we outlined in our Fake Celebrity Endorsements articles.

A screenshot of Rejuv ES' website
It appears that Rejuv ES’s manufacturer is resorting to fake news articles and fake celebrity endorsements to promote their under eye serum.

Are Customers Praising Rejuv ES?

Rejuv ES appears to be a very new product, so there weren’t any online customer reviews available at the time of our research. However, other than the fake news article noted above, we did find a couple independent affiliate websites, who earn commissions from each sale they refer. The sites are intended to look like legitimate customer reviews, but are actually just more marketing hype.

As we mentioned though, we’ve reviewed dozens of popular anti-aging creams and serums, including Absolute Derma, Alleure Anti Aging Creme, DermAktive, and many more. Overwhelmingly, these products feature very low customer ratings, with common complaints citing failure to work, difficulty cancelling trials/autoship programs, and high prices.

Granted, this may not be what you’ll experience with Rejuv ES, although it’s worth keeping in mind.

Rejuv ES Pricing & Refund Policy

Rejuv ES is available in 4 different purchasing options:

  • Starter Pack (1-Month Supply): $69
  • Pearl Pack (3-Month Supply): $159
  • Diamond Pack (5-Month Supply): $165
  • 14-Day Trial: $4 to cover S&H

Shipping for non-trial items is charged at a flat rate of 10% of the product’s cost.

Note: When compared to 14-day trials offered through other manufacturers, it’s generally the case that you’ll be billed for the full price of the product upon expiration. However, there’s nothing on the Rejuv ES website or in their Terms & Conditions indicating exactly what you’ll be charged once this occurs. In our mind, this should be a huge red flag.

Outside of the trial, Rejuv ES comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges, but only if the product is damaged or defective. Otherwise, refunds are not permitted.

Unfortunately, there isn’t a contact method listed on the Rejuv ES website, so there’s no way to contact the company to ask questions, cancel your trial, or request a refund.

Will Rejuv ES Help Your Eyes Look Years Younger?

Chopping to the point: For many of the other anti-aging creams and serums we’ve reviewed, it’s often the case that their ingredients are best suited for moisturization and little else. However, based on the list of ingredients provided on their website, it doesn’t appear that Rejuv ES will accomplish even this.

Considering this, in addition to the lack of clinical evidence showing that any of Rejuv ES’s ingredients will provide anti-aging benefits, the company’s underhanded marketing tactics, the lack of complete information about their trial, and the lack of a contact method, we’d recommend speaking with your dermatologist about more effective methods of reducing under-eye signs of aging.

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14 Customer Reviews for Rejuv ES

Average Customer Rating: 1.2
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 0 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 1 2 stars: 1 1 stars: 12
Bottom Line: 0% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Rejuv and serum

    I fell for this scam! I have never bought this kind of stuff online, but I became interested after trying to sleep for hours without luck and watching the clock tick away knowing that I had to get up at 5am for work. The BAGGY eye demonstration took me in. I assumed from the ad (I know, assuming is a very bad idea) that the 14 day trial would have enough product for 14 days, end of story. What happened instead was a $4.95 x2 shipping charge for the free trial as expected for two products (serum and night cream) and then an $89.95 charge for one and an $84.95 for the other. The stuff not only doesn't work, but it literally loosened my skin (the night cream) and the eye serum dried my skin out! I am disputing it with my credit card company, we will see what happens. From now on, if I ever feel foolish enough to buy the hype, I will come to Highya first.

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

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  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Buyer beware

    • Brighton, England,
    • Jul 31, 2015

    This product is a cynical ploy to extract money from people who do not read the small print, although on the website there are no terms and conditions or mention of the full cost!

    If you do not cancel within 14 days £178 will disappear from your account and again 30 days later unless you cancel.

    The company has no address showing, and if they even bother to answer your emails they will plead the terms and conditions were clearly stated.

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

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    • Mar 13, 2015

      Pat Ross Findley

      So how does any one get their money back? Any advice as my sister was a victim of this scam? Thanks!

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    A bunch of Thieves. I'm a single mom.

    • North Vancouver, BC,
    • Jul 30, 2015

    Thieves. I bought this cream three months ago and it never showed up.

    I woke up this morning and $100 (all the money we had in the world) was debited from our bank last night. It consisted of two separate charges of $50 each. Happy Easter. I'm a single mom and sick and now can't buy medicine or food this month.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Rejuv Es Scam

    • Wales, England,
    • Jul 20, 2015

    My wife has just been scammed by Rejuv ES probably like thousands of others. They say you are getting a free trial but once they send the product they, deducted £178 from her account.

    She tried to cancel the order but on returning the product to a "postbus" address in the Netherlands, it seems to have disappeared as the tracked item was never signed for. Beware as this company is a complete rip off.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Billing Issues

    • Sydney, Australia,
    • Jul 20, 2015

    I ordered this product expecting to be invoiced for the full amount before it actually was deducted from my credit card. Imagine my dismay to receive my statement today and find $208 debited (plus foreign exchange fee). And, double stinger, I ordered the Renuvue anti-aging serum and was charged the same amount for that. Unless you think the products will be worth it (and I don't), please think carefully before ordering. I've been ripped off, and will be interested to see if they reply to my email.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Was I ripped off?

    • Warragul, Vic, Australia,
    • Jul 16, 2015

    I ordered both free samples three days ago. They took my twenty dollars right away and have I haven't received a confirmation email or receipt as promised. I think I have been conned.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Rip off SCAM

    • Carlisle, United Kingdom,
    • Jul 15, 2015

    My situation is exactly like everyone else's here. They took 330 British pounds out from my bank account as soon as I pressed the submit button to get free 14-day trial. I paid by credit card so I reported immediately. Hopefully I'll get my money back. This is absolutely discusting!

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

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Rejuv Ed and skin renew lash

    • Taylor, British Columbia, Canada,
    • Jul 15, 2015

    As far as I can tell, this is a scam. I ordered both of these products in January but received only one yet was charged for both. The email address that was given does not work and I cannot find a number to call anywhere.

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

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  • 1 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Dishonest people

    • Scotland,
    • Jun 20, 2015

    I applied for a free sample of eye and face cream. On giving over my bank details I realized that this was not free. I am now in debt to my bank to the tune of £288. I proceeded along the correct lines and returned items within 30 days. I even sent evidence of postal. Surprise, surprise I am still in debt. Money not returned, so be very careful when handing over bank details to a company like this. It's a big con so don't get pulled into the scam.

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Ripped Off!

    • NSW Australia,
    • Apr 12, 2015

    After seeing an add on Facebook where it said a presenter on channel 9 was using this product and that I could receive a free trial, I thought I would give it a go. That cost me $20 all up. I thought it was free? 14 days later still no trial product and I was charged $208 twice on my card! What the hell... I hadn't even tried this product and there was no mention that I would be charged 14 days later nor how much it would cost. I have tried contacting them via their email address, which didn't work. Replied to the email on their order confirmation and asked them why they have already taken money out without permission. They said it was in the terms and conditions and there was delay in shipment. I asked them in that case, to cancel my order. I have threatened to reveal their scam on TV but to no avail. They are ignoring me. Don't get sucked in. I have blocked my bank account so they can't take any more money. I received the product today and have told them I want to send it back but no reply... Rip off!

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

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Over charged on credit card

    I received my products as a trial, well that is what I thought at least. Since I ordered the free trial products, my account has been debited twice for a total amount of $428.24. What in the heck did I pay for? I will be contacting consumer affairs unless my money is refunded.

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

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