About Suisse Anti Aging Serum

Suisse Anti Aging Serum makes a whole lot of claims, but ultimately provides little proof to back them up. The company even uses the exact same site design as dozens of other anti-aging products!

To find out what’s going on with Suisse Serum—and many others just like it—keep reading.

Suisse Serum: Many Products, Same Face

If you scroll through the Suisse Anti Aging Serum website, which claims to provide you with younger, radiant-looking skin, you’ll encounter a lot of “hype” words, like advanced, patented, and intelligent. These are meant to excite you.

You’ll also learn that the ingredients it contains are claimed to repair your skin, lift and plump, prevent damage caused by free radicals, and to prevent itching, peeling, and cracking. The end result? Your skin will look smooth, supple, and resilient.

What’s not to get excited about? Look younger with minimal effort? Yes please!

But based on our experience, you almost certainly shouldn’t expect any of this with Suisse Serum. Why? Let’s start with the basics.

The Most Popular Anti-Aging Website Template

In Avoid These Anti-Aging Sites Like the Plague, we outlined the growing trend of anti-aging companies who use the exact same website template to sell their products. These are so similar that often the only thing different is the product name and picture.

Outside of this, you’ll find the same models featured, the same before and after images, and even identical text. To see for yourself, take a quick look at the sites for Magic Face Therapy, Premiera Matrixyl, and Dermaliere. Then, compare them with Suisse’s website.

What do they all have in common? Pretty much everything.

In our opinion, many of these companies are selling the same product under different names, in order to keep taking customers’ money. Once the jig is up for one product, they’ve already got another one ready to launch.

What are these companies running from, exactly?

The True Cost of Suisse Serum

Suisse’s manufacturer hooks you by only making you pay $4.95 to cover S&H. For that price, you’ll get a full 30-day supply.

What they hide in the fine print is that after 14 days, you’ll be charged an outrageous price (in this case, $91.36!). And you’ll be enrolled in their autoship program, meaning you’ll receive more Suisse Serum every month and charged $91.36 each time.

The say you can cancel your trial, autoship enrollment, or request a 30-day refund by calling 888-339-1909. But like nearly all of these other trial-based anti-aging products, you’ll probably get a lot of pushback when talking with customer service. You might even get hung up on, or have to call your credit card company to finally stop the charges.

A Word about Suisse Serum’s Arbitration

Arbitration is “the private, judicial determination of a dispute, by an independent third party.” In layman’s terms, this means you’ll meet with someone who has no interest in your lawsuit in order to help resolve it.

However, arbitration agreements often favor the company who creates them, while severely limiting your legal rights. For example, you can’t take Suisse’s manufacturer to court if you experience damages, or become part of a class action lawsuit.

If you places an order on the Suisse Serum website, you’ll automatically be bound to their arbitration agreement, which could work against you.

Suisse Serum Contains Some Important-Sounding Ingredients

Sure, Suisse Anti Aging Serum contains some scientific-sounding ingredients, like Biosphere, QuSome delivery, and Biofil spheres. Not to mention others, like vitamins and antioxidants, topical immune boosters, and a face firming peptide.

Here’s the catch: Of these, only QuSome is an actual product. The others are only mentioned in anti-aging template sites like Suisse’s! The remainder—while possibly beneficial for skin—use too vague terminology to provide any information of value.

What about all that scientific evidence?

Suisse Anti Aging Serum’s Clinical Claims

An 84% decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 74% decrease in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles? I bet those claims caught your eye!

You might have been even more impressed when, at the bottom of their website, you learned that this occurred during a clinical trial of “several hundred women,” all of which experienced “dramatic visible anti-aging results.”

Curiously, the Suisse Anti Aging Serum site doesn’t provide any clinical evidence to back this up. Why? In our opinion, because the claims are grossly overstated, or they’re simply made up.

Is Suisse Anti Aging Serum a Scam?

Like anything else in life, there’s no way to be 100% certain about anything. But does Suisse Serum display all the characteristics of a rampant anti-aging free trial scam? Every. Single. One.

We’ll gladly change our tune if shown otherwise. In the mean time, we’d strongly recommend avoiding Suisse Anti Aging Serum, or any other product that uses these same tactics.

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146 Consumer Reviews for Suisse Anti Aging Serum

Average Consumer Rating: 1.1
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Bottom Line: 5% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Total scam, should be reported.

    • Seattle, WA,
    • Mar 10, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Total scam. I emailed to cancel my free trial and got it sent again, as well as charged. I had to do an internet search to find customer service. I had to spend 20 minutes on the phone while they argued with me about a restocking charge. First they offered a 35% refund and then 50%. I declined and said I would simply call my bank and have the charge declined.

    Finally I was offered a full refund but had to again go through a series of holds. There is no contact information on their shipping box or packing list about contact information, and you do not see the small print on the free trial that basically signs you up for life. And the product is nothing, does nothing, and is overpriced.

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

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  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Unhappy

    So today I got hit for another $91.36. I told the bank to refuse. This is a scam. Oh, I also got charged for an "ID Protection Coverage" with the eye cream for $89 and some change! I can't get ahold of them to cancel because they have no website.

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

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Liars

    • Oklahoma City, OK,
    • Feb 19, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Why do you need to cover the full price of the product if it is so good? The customer service rep said it is good but couldn’t tell me why they put in fine print about what you will be charged in 14 days. And you can buy the same stuff on Amazon for 1/2 the price.

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

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Beware of unknown charges and all merchant names!

    First I would warn everyone who has ordered from Suisse for face care products to watch their bank accounts very carefully as I found 6 DIFFERENT merchant names charging me for goods/services I did not know about! Added to this, I thought I knew what the charge for the cream and serum was, but didn't realize they were charging separately under different names, so the cost was TWICE what I thought it was. Many of the other charges were $1.95-$9.14, but they were random and every month.

    This is my fault for not keeping track, but I just want everyone else to know that this looks fraudulent with all these different names and phone numbers attached to the merchant information on my bank account. I actually liked their product, but would never trust them again.

    Another thing was when I called to cancel they offered me 50% off the same product. So how much mark up are they charging you wonder? BEWARE!

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Disappointed and scam

    • San Francisco, CA,
    • Feb 15, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    I honestly thought this product would at least change some aging lines, but in fact buying the serum as a trial basis was truly a scam. If you don’t call within the 14 days they would charge the full amount for a small trial size sample of the serum! OMG. Seriously, the bottle was only .50 fluid ounces only, and the company wants to charge full price! I agree with all other comments; the serum is a hoax. Don’t fall for this product, you will also be disappointed in this scam product.

    I was told I couldn’t even fight the price because it was in the clause. What clause are they even talking about?

    So they gave me 75% off the retail, but it still came out to around $30 for .50 fluid oz. And the product did nothing.

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

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  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Scam!

    I am so mad at myself for falling for this scam! I believed it because it started off with Joel and Victoria Osteen talking about leaving their church to research and meet with scientists to provide a skin protector to help stop skin cancer bc his sister had died from it. So trusting the Osteens and that they wouldn’t want to be connected with a scam, I ordered it because it said it was a free trial.

    I received it a few days later with no papers with the two products expecting to be contacted regarding if I wanted to order it or not. I looked at my bank statement last night and was shocked to see four charges adding up to $190.67 twelve days after I ordered it on Christmas day (the day my mother passed away unexpectedly).

    I contacted them tonight and was offered 35% then 50%, but I refused. I said it did not say anywhere that my account would be charged this ridiculous amount! She said it didn't tell you how much it will be. It just says if you don’t cancel you will be charged within 14 days, you’ll be charged the full retail price! I said there was no invoice or any paperwork and I told her I wanted a copy of the paperwork and she said they don’t do that! No surprise there! She said she credited my account $91.36, but that’s all I was getting! Then I was told I have another order in transit, but I won’t be charged because I canceled! But I need to send those back! What happened to the money back guarantee??

    I will be contacting my bank and the BBB. I also will be contacting Joel Osteen’s office to see if he was in fact involved! If you need a phone number to contact this company, it is 866-447-3851 7 am-9 pm M-F or 855-218-7097 Saturday EST.

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

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  • 8 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Scam, they overcharged my account, their products don't work, I'm returning. Big scam.

    Don't get this. Please don't order this, they're a big fat scam.

    This product is such a waste of my time. They overcharged my account and they're taking forever to return my money.

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

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Scam or real site

    • Florida,
    • Feb 2, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    So far as of just ordering, I am not happy! They never sent me a confirmation as promised. I cannot get in touch with them. They sure did take the money from my account quickly though. I hate it when they do not do what they tell you they are going to.

    I have reported this site already. I would like the email confirmation from them and find out WHY I had another amount taken from my account that I did not authorize. That is not right. This has made me very angry and not trusting of their site and product. I would like answers! Very bad business.

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

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  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Fake, do not buy

    It does not work, it's just a cream and a rip-off. Then it is hard to cancel or find the site. I am so disappointed. Rip-off and scam. Try the Shark Tank one, not this one.

    It's a lotion, do not buy, please. I wish I didn't.

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

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    • Feb 1, 2018

      Liz Traxler

      DO NOT BUY THIS! You are joining a club with HIDDEN fees. They will keep charging your bank and/or credit card long after the "free" sample. I had to fight with them to get my money back. My bank even called them a "SCAM!"

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Zero if I could

    As any 49-year-old, I am concerned about how much older I am looking day by day. And for my whole life, I have had dark circles under my eyes. One day I decided to actually search online for something that might help with the dark circles if nothing else.

    Quickly I came across an ad for the Suisse eye lotion (or whatever it is), and it seemed like the deal was pretty good so I went to order.

    In the ad, I saw only information on paying for the shipping of $4.95. I searched all over and could find nothing about after I receive the product and any type of subscription is have to pay monthly or ever, so I proceeded and figured that additional costs would appear later. I kept going and stupidly input my credit card info. Still nothing on more than the $4.95, so I continued.

    Then the first hint showed the nefarious nature of these crooks; another offer of $4.90ish popped up for some other skin cream. I clicked in the picture to learn more about the product because that's the first I'd heard of it. NSTANTLY, the cart showed the second shipping charge for the cream on which I could find absolutely ZERO information. I WAS STUCK! I couldn't go back, and couldn't go forward without completing the order, so I completed it.

    I then found a place I could message the company and said something to the effect that if they shipped and charged me for the skin cream, I'd send refuse the shipment and dispute the charges with my credit card company.

    Sure enough, I was charged for it but wasn't around to refuse the shipment.

    I have tried to call the company a couple of times but haven't had the time to wait on hold long enough to get through to a human.

    In my book that doesn't even matter because they charged my credit card both the $4.95's and then $89.xx and $91.xx. For WHAT? I have NO IDEA! And if these little containers are worth $90ish, forget Bitcoin! This is the most expensive stuff on the planet! Crooks. I knew better but I tried to have a little faith in society, yep, the same society who voted "Drumpf" into office. I should have known.

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

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  • 16 out 16 people found this review helpful

    Big rip off!

    • Pinellas Park, FL,
    • Jan 25, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    I ordered a free trial eye cream for shipping and handling of $4.95. At checkout, it asked if I wanted some kind of eye cream added for $4.95. I did it. Then I went back on the Facebook advertisement to check on something, and the product was under a different name. I did this three times, and each time it came up with a different name.

    I quickly called my credit card to cancel the payment. The card was already charged. And it was not for $9.90, there was also another product added.

    Each product was over $100 each. What a scam.

    The credit card rep was so helpful and gave me a phone number for one of the products. I called, and after 10 minutes and threatening to call the Better Business Bureau, I finally got my cancellation.

    Please don't make the same mistake I did.

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

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