About Rejuvify Skin Cream

Whether you’re talking about Rejuvify Skin Cream or another online-only anti-aging product, you’ve probably seen many of the exact same claims before:

“Look up to 10 years younger – without surgery or injections!”

“Injection-free solution for younger and radiant looking skin!”

On top of this, these creams like Rejuvify Skin claim to work basically the same way; by reducing wrinkles and fine lines, decreasing the appearance of age spots, and by firming, tightening and toning your skin. All of this in just a few weeks!

But when it comes down to it, we think there’s good reason to believe that Rejuvify won’t provide the results you’re after. And that any benefits it does provide probably won’t be in line with its price.

To make sure you have all the information at your fingertips, let’s begin with Rejuvify Skin Cream’s ingredients.

Will Rejuvify’s Ingredients Rejuvenate Your Skin?

Here’s what we’re told Rejuvify contains (only active ingredients are hyperlinked):

Purified Water, Propylene Glycol, Paraffinum Liquidum, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, Ceteareth 20, Deanol, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7, Porphyridium Cruentum Extract, Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen, Silanetriol, Polysorbate 20, Glutamylamidoethyl Imidazole, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Xanthan Gum, Triethanolamine, Resveratrol, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate, Hexylene Glycol, Fragrance (Parfum), Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Retinol Palmitate (Vitamin A Palmitate).

Right off the bat, although Rejuvify Skin Cream’s manufacturer claims that it’s an “advanced vitamin C formula,” we can see that this is one of the last ingredients on the list. This means that it probably contains very little vitamin C. And even if it didn’t, there’s little proof that topical vitamin C will provide much of an anti-aging effect.

But what about Rejuvify’s other ingredients? Will any of them provide meaningful anti-aging results?

There is some evidence showing that palmitoyl oligopeptide might boost collagen production, and that palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 might slow key parts of the aging process at the cellular level. However, evidence is limited, and most research was performed in Petri dishes, not on humans.

What about Rejuvify Skin’s collagen? Although hydrolyzed marine collagen might seem like a good fit for skincare (after all, your skin is mostly comprised of this protein), your skin is good at creating a barrier between it and the outside world. As a result, any topical collagen will just sit on top, waiting to be evaporated or washed off, without providing any benefits.

Outside of this, all of Rejuvify Skin Cream’s other ingredients only work as thickening, softening, or conditioning agents. In other words, outside of moisturization, they won’t provide any real-world benefits.

Alright, so Rejuvify might provide some moisturization after regular use, but is it a better value than a moisturizing cream you could buy at your local pharmacy?

Is Rejuvify Skin Cream a Solid Value?

Here’s where we think things get sketchy. Why? Because Rejuvify is only available through a free trial, and in general, we recommend avoiding products sold this way.

The problem is that, while you only have to pay $4.95 S&H to receive a full size bottle, this begins from the date you place your order. In fact, according to Rejuvify Skin Cream’s Terms, it might be 6-8 business days before receiving your shipment, which could only leave a couple of days to try it before your trial ends.

And what you might not realize (since it’s buried in fine print) is that, once your trial ends, you’ll be billed the ultra-high price of $96.47! Not only this, but the company will keep sending you a new bottle of Rejuvify once per month, and continue charging you $96.47 each time.

Admittedly, the company claims that you can call 888-493-9942 to request a refund (within 30 days), cancel your trial, or stop your automatic shipments, but we think—at best—you’ll receive some pushback.

Why are we so sure? Because customers have spoken, loud and clear.

Online Customer Feedback For Products Like Rejuvify Skin Cream

Whether we’re talking about popular options like Cellumis and BellaVita Anti-Aging Serum, or newer ones like Finesse Face Serum and Derma ProMedics, we’ve reviewed a whole lot of trial-based anti-aging products here at HighYa. And there are two main things we’ve learned in the process:

Problem #1: Identical Website Designs

If you take a look at the websites for each of the products noted above (as well as dozens of other anti-aging products we’ve reviewed), you’ll quickly see that they have eerily similar—and in many instances, essentially identical—designs. What’s happening here?

Based on our research, we believe that these companies (maybe it’s even just one company) are selling basically the same white label product, probably sourced inexpensively from overseas. Then, they mark up their prices significantly, hype the product to the max, and start selling under different names.

Basically, we think they sell as much as possible before too much negative feedback accumulates. And once it does, they close down the website, use the same template (changing only the product’s name and picture), buy a new URL, and start the process all over again.

Pro tip: For an in-depth look at how this scheme works, be sure to read this consumer alert.

But why do these products get so much negative feedback so quickly? It all has to do with their business model.

Problem #2: Exceptionally Poor Online Customer Reputations

If you read through the customer reviews for the products above, you’ll quickly find that their average rating is about 1.5 stars (read: run away quickly), and that complaints generally revolve around one or more of the following:

  1. They don’t work as advertised. At least in the instance of Rejuvify Skin Cream, we’re told what it contains, which is definitely a rarity. But as we outlined, most of these ingredients will only moisturize, and not provide the “revolutionary” results claimed by the company.
  2. Prices are way too high. Since they often don’t work any better than a $5 moisturizer from your local pharmacy, many customers complain that the price was far out of line with any benefits they received.
  3. Purposely poor customer service. In our opinion, this is the crux of these companies’ business model. We think they fully understand that their products don’t work and are priced too high, so they know customers will soon start requesting refunds.

But to hang on to as much of your money as possible (for as long as possible), they often make obtaining refunds or cancelling automatic shipments as difficult as possible. They’re trained to be rude, make you feel bad, and even hang up if you’re being too persistent.

We know we’ve given you a lot of information to think about here, so let’s wrap things up and bring it all home.

Bottom Line: Is Rejuvify Skin Cream Too Risky?

Here at HighYa, we’re always willing to give a new product a fair shake, even if all signs point to it being a less-than-stellar product. So, we’re fully willing to admit that Rejuvify Skin Cream might break the mold and be a worthwhile product.

But ask yourself this: Is it really worth the risk? Is it a good use of your money? For something with only mildly effective ingredients and a super high price? Is potentially spending hours dealing with customer service and your credit card company worth rolling the dice?

Ultimately, this is only something you can decide. But in our opinion, we think your money would be much better spent speaking with your dermatologist instead of ordering Rejuvify Skin Cream.

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3 Customer Reviews for Rejuvify Skin Cream

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
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Bottom Line: 0% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Dishonest company

    • Johnson City, TN,
    • Apr 2, 2016

    First of all, this cream is no better than a drug store lotion.

    Second, don't believe the free trial nonsense. They make money by requiring you to contact them in 14 days to tell them if you didn't like the product. On vacation? Too bad. In the hospital? Too bad. Because without that notification you are immediately signed up for a monthly charge of about $100 per bottle. In my case that was $200 per month before I got them to take me off.

    If you've got taken like me, you need to realize that you are not stupid or foolish. You have every right as a consumer to expect terms and conditions to be clearly stated rather than hidden in fine, gray print. You should first dispute the charges with your bank or credit card. Then call the 800 number and insist they remove you from the subscription. Then go to the Federal Trade Commission's website and lodge a complaint. You can also do this with the Better Business Bureau. Then go online and warn as many people as possible about this company's dishonest business practices.

    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 and Scam

    This company that pushes the products Rejuvify Skin cream and Rejuvify Eye cream sucks people in with a "free trial". The kicker is, if you don't call and cancel within 14 days, you are charged almost $200 for your "FREE" trial.

    I should have known better, and I hope this complaint will keep someone else from being ripped off like I was. My rating is "0" for this product. It does not work.

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

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    What a Crock.

    I am not usually taken in by companies such as this one, but they succeeded in getting me on this one. I will be sure to warn everybody I can not to mess with them. The person I spoke to in customer service was ready for my call, because I am sure she gets lots and lots of them everyday. They know what they are doing, and they are scamming people. I plan to contact Better Business Bureau and file a complaint and use social media to warn innocent people of this company.

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

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