About Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer

Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer is an anti-aging product that claims to reduce the signs of aging by nourishing, moisturizing, and pampering your skin, while helping you to avoid painful injections, lasers, and surgery.

Beauty Labs’ Ingredients include elastin, which is claimed to help reduce the appearance of damaged skin at the cellular level, and the Vitamin E formula is claimed to rejuvenate damaged skin by promoting collagen production.

In order to use Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer, the company claims you should follow three steps:

  • Wash and dry your face.
  • Apply Beauty Labs twice per day.
  • Allow time for product to absorb, and use daily for maximum results.

You’re at a point in your life where you want to look as good on the outside as you feel on the inside, and a big part of this is turning back the hands of time. But when it comes down to it, can Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer help you achieve this, or will you just be throwing your hard-earned money out the window?

Can Beauty Labs’ Ingredients Reduce the Signs of Aging?

Of all the anti-aging treatments we’ve reviewed here at HighYa, the Beauty Labs website contains perhaps the least explanation as to what the product is, the ingredients it contains, and how these ingredients can help reduce the signs of aging. With this said, the only three ingredients we’re told about on the product’s website are elastin, collagen, and Vitamin E. So can these help turn back the clock? Probably not, and here’s why:

Collagen is a main structural protein found in skin, and the more collagen your skin contains, the more firm and resilient it will be. However, collagen production inside the body is very different than applying a collagen-containing cream to the surface of the skin. As WebMD’s Hope in a Jar article quotes, “Gordon remains dubious of the promises. ‘It is a big jump to say that what happens under the skin is the same thing that happens on top of the skin; I have not seen any conclusive evidence that this jump is possible,’ she says.”

Another major component of skin health is elastin, which like the name implies, provides elasticity and allows your skin to stretch. However, most anti-aging creams contain peptides that are claimed to boost elastin production in your body, not elastin as an ingredient. According to LiveScience though, “The concern is that peptides are large molecules, and depending on their formulation and the skin surface, they may not be able to penetrate deeply enough to achieve their effect. Hale considers peptides to be good in moisturizers for hydrating skin, ‘which can make lines less noticeable,’ but she still hasn't seen convincing data that they work to actually reduce wrinkles.”

Similarly, although the antioxidants in Vitamin E may help protect your skin from free radical damage, in and of itself it will not reduce the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles.

The Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer website has a disclaimer at the bottom of their home page that reads, “Click here to find studies describing the benefits of Beauty Labs based on the expertise of relevant professionals.” However, there’s no link provided.

The Beauty Labs Celebrity Connection

It’s also important to note the trend that many beauty products are following lately, which is to construct web pages that look like articles from legitimate news sources, and to include what appear to be celebrity endorsements for their products.

In the instance of Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer, they’ve crafted a page here that claims Dr. Oz promoted Beauty Labs on his show, and goes on to insinuate that top A-list celebrities such as Katie Kouric, Barbara Streisand, Ellen DeGeneres, and many more have successfully used the product. In addition, Beauty Labs is claimed to have been featured in TIME, People, Vanity Fair, and more.

However, after some intensive research, there is no third-party confirmation online showing that Dr. Oz has ever promoted Beauty Labs, that any celebrities have ever used it, or that the product has ever appeared in any of these publications. In short, it appears the company is utilizing fake celebrity endorsements and fake reviews in order to trick you into purchasing their product.

Interestingly, this “article” is almost identical to the ones used by Monami Cosmetics and BellaVita Anti-Aging Serum.

What’s the Consumer Feedback for Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer?

Beauty Labs is a new product with no online customer reviews available at the time of our research.

However, unlike many of the other anti-aging products we’ve reviewed, Beauty Labs provides a physical address for their business and phone number to contact them. The company also has an A- Better Business Bureau rating (as of 11/25/14), although all three of the company’s complaints reference difficulties with the trial, so you might expect much of the same.

Beauty Labs Pricing & Refund Policy

Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer is priced as follows:

  • Standard (1 bottle): $89.99
  • Premium (3 bottles): $114.99
  • Ultimate (5 bottles): $139.99
  • 14-Day Trial: $4.95 for S&H costs

All options include free shipping.

Important note: If you choose the trial option, it will begin from the date your order is placed. Once it expires, you’ll be charged $87.63 for the full 30-day supply, and you’ll also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program. This means you’ll continue receiving a fresh supply of Beauty Labs once every 30 days, and your credit card will be charged $87.63 each time, until you call to cancel.

Outside of the trial, all Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer purchases come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges.

In order to request a refund or to cancel your trial, you’ll need to contact customer service at 855-864-2976.

Can Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer Turn Back the Clock?

Chopping to the Point: Due to a lack of clinical evidence within the scientific community showing that Beauty Labs’ ingredients can reliably reduce the signs of aging, we’d have to say no.

With this said, the recent popularity of anti-aging products that don’t provide a label or full list of ingredients, don’t provide any clinical evidence that their products are effective or work as advertised, are priced extraordinarily high, offer free trials, and use fake celebrity endorsements and fake news articles to promote their products is on the rise. Any time you see any of these tactics, it’s our informed opinion that you should stay away from them altogether.

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27 Consumer Reviews for Beauty Labs Wrinkle Reducer

Average Consumer Rating: 1.0
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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Don't do it!

    I ordered the free trial without signing up for the recurring orders. I was charged $99.95 and the company will NOT issue a refund for any orders. DO NOT do business with this company! The wrinkle cream isn't anything more than an over the counter lotion. It's nothing fancy, and it's just a scam!

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

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Bad company!

    I, too, signed up for a free sample in exchange for paying a small shipping and handling fee. Now my credit card is being charged for $99.00 of which I did not authorize. I tried to phone, and the message says you have to email them. I have emailed them, but now see I probably won't get anywhere other than to dispute the charge on my card.

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

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  • 9 out 11 people found this review helpful

    This whole thing is no good!

    I ordered the samples, and they came. Nothing out of the ordinary.

    Then today I got a package in the mail and didn't know what it was. I noticed it said 1x Beaute Instant Autoship on it, and since I never order anything by autoship, I check my credit card statement online. There were two charges of $89.95 and two charges of $99.95 on my next statement, and each charge was on a different date - 4/30, 5/02, 5/30 and 6/1. After talking with my bank on the phone, they gave me confirmation numbers for all the charges I was disputing and the phone number for this company.

    I called and spoke with a gentleman who was very obviously familiar with other callers just like me. I was told that I was charged for the "free trial" samples because I did not notify them within the 14-day cancellation period. I told him there was nothing that said anything about a cancellation period because I would never have ordered anything on autoship or without knowing what the cost of it would be, or if I would be allergic to the product.

    He then told me that that information was under their "terms and conditions," but if you go to their webpage and click on the "terms and conditions" where you fill out your information for the "free trial" sample, all it does it take you to another product page for something called "Revitol." He then told me to look at that page and scroll down to the bottom of the page and look under "Information" and then click on "terms and conditions." This isn't even in a part of the page where you would think it was referring to the product, but in a part of the page where you would think it would be referring to the use of the website.

    This whole thing is a scam because they still get your money dishonestly and then act like they're doing you a big favor by reimbursing you for the items you haven't even received yet. This is consumer fraud at it's finest, and I am going to pursue this with my bank, the Better Business Bureau, and the Consumer Fraud Division of my State and the Federal Government!! And I am rating this one star only because it won't post without a rating!

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

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  • 6 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Disgraceful

    Whether the product works or not is beside the point. The way the company is run is disgraceful.

    Once you are on their page, you will get a full page write-up about the product, encouraging you to get a trial for two products; one for $3.95, the other for $4.95. What it does not do is let you know the terms.

    Now, wait! If you scroll all the way to the bottom and click on the little word "Terms" along with Contact Us and Privacy, you will find it! There is no guarantee!

    "Try it for 14 days (10-day trial plus four days added for transit time) to experience the benefits, and if for any reason our product is not for you, you may call our Customer Care toll-free at 844-388-3475 within your 14-day trial period to cancel. If you are satisfied, do nothing, and you agree to be charged $99.95. Plus you agree to be enrolled in our Beautè Instant Wrinkle Reducer. Preferred Membership Program and approximately 30 days from your initial order date and every 30 days thereafter, you will receive a fresh supply of Beautè Instant Wrinkle Reducer for $99.95 (plus $3.95 shipping and handling)."

    Ah-Ha! There is the catch.

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

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  • 20 out 21 people found this review helpful

    Scam, crooks

    • Peoria, IL,
    • Feb 23, 2017
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    I also purchased the samples. Like the others, there was nothing stating that I would be charged the full amount. They took $189.90 of my money! I called to cancel and to get a refund. I was told I would be refunded $89.95 by four different people (with one of them being a supervisor) and was assured that I'd have a refund within 3-5 days. I checked my account, and I have nothing. I called again, and this time I was told I wouldn't get a refund because I was past the time allotted.

    These people are nothing but scammers and thieves. Plus the product does not do anything. Do not buy this product, and do not get the trial sizes because they charge you the full price for the trial sizes!

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

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  • 16 out 17 people found this review helpful

    Scam, don't do it!

    • Wisconsin,
    • Feb 14, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Nowhere did it say that I would be charged $100 for each product when ordering the FREE trial. I called and complained to the company, and insisted on a refund. That was three weeks ago, and I'm still waiting for my refund (by the way, I'm only getting 1/2 of it refunded). I will keep after them, though.

    The person I talked to said "my face isn't good enough" for his product. That did it! I'm writing this review in hopes that others don't get screwed like I did. I don't understand how these companies can get away with this!

    I would rate it a zero if I could.

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

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  • 12 out 14 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Philadelphia, PA,
    • Feb 2, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Does anybody have the phone number for this company? The same thing happened to me.

    I got the trial and now am automatically charged $99.95. There is nowhere to cancel and they don't reply to emails. I am so angry. I actually liked the product and would have considered ordering more, but not now! It didn't make wrinkles DISAPPEAR, but it wasn't a terrible product. But definitely not worth anything close to this kind of money.

    I am calling my bank and reporting it as a scam but in the meantime, some people say they got in touch with the company, please tell me how!

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

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    • Feb 11, 2017

      Carol Otto

      1-866-491-1826

    • Jun 1, 2017

      Claudia Hoier

      At least you got a toll free number for them. I had to call them on my own nickel. 1-804-517-0639.

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  • 13 out 15 people found this review helpful

    Do not buy

    • Chicago, IL,
    • Feb 1, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    The advertisement said, "Sign up for a free sample, only pay shipping and handling". Next thing I know, my credit card is charged $90. They signed me up for a monthly delivery of this product. Meanwhile, a month later, I still have wrinkles and bags under my eyes.

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

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  • 13 out 14 people found this review helpful

    "Free trial" a scam

    On December 31, 2016, I ordered a trial of this product after the Shark Tank show. I authorized and paid the $4.95 for this product. Nowhere on the website did it say that AFTER the trial period, I would then be charged $89.95 for the TRIAL AMOUNT of the product. This is a pure scam.

    I phoned the company today, and they are willing to refund me only 25% of the charge for the TRIAL amount that I already agreed and paid the $4.95 for. I now understand that my order has been canceled and I will not receive any more of the product than what I have already received.

    The company expects me to pay for something I will not receive. I also ordered the cream (which I paid $4.95 for), but now my credit card has been charged $99.95! So actually I have been charged a total of $199.80 for 0.5 fl oz of the wrinkle reducer and 1 oz of the beauty cream.

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

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    • May 16, 2017

      Debbie Miller

      The same thing happened to me. This is definitely a scam. I will report it to my bank and advise others not to try this product. Ripoff!

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  • 11 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Scammed

    • California,
    • Jan 30, 2017
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    This is a total scam. I too did not read the small print, and they sent me two tubes. My husband alerted me that I was charged close to $180.

    In December I was able to speak to their customer service representative, and he told me that if I mailed the tubes back, and if they were not opened (I hadn't opened the tubes), I would get my refund. So I spent an additional $8 to send the tubes back and it has been close to two months, and I haven't received the refund. I tried to call the same number that I called earlier, and it is not in service anymore.

    I am so angry and upset that I was cheated. I am a very cautious person and have never been in such a situation. I received the info for the product via Facebook and it had the endorsement of Dr. Oz. I learned my lesson, albeit an expensive one.

    Please DO NOT get the free trial. I wish I had seen these messages before I succumbed to the free trial offer.

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

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  • 10 out 11 people found this review helpful

    Total scam

    As all the other posts have stated, this company is a total joke. I also got suckered by their claim of a free trial by just paying the shipping and handling charge.

    Nowhere did I see the terms and agreements that they claim I checked. I just received more product after I called my credit card company to dispute the charge. The credit card company called on my behalf after I called to dispute the multiple charges on my card. They refuse to credit back the previous month as it is past their 30 days.

    Something needs to be done about this scam of a company. Plus, the first ingredient is water. We shouldn't be required to post any stars.

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

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