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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131 Consumer Reviews for Suisse Anti Aging Serum

Average Consumer Rating: 1.1
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  • Worthless product sold by scam artists. Beware!

    • Kaneohe, HI,
    • Dec 15, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I originally purchased their ageless skin cream through an advertisement on Instagram. Nowhere in their ad did they say they would be charging my card $200 every 30 days. The ad said limited time offer and I paid around $15 for it, but wait, I can get the eye cream for another $10, so why not, right?

    Not only is this product completely ineffective, but it also doesn’t smell good. I’m so sick of these sneaky ads claiming they have some kind of miracle cream for a great price (making me think, maybe this product really works if they’re willing to let you try it for such a low price), and then they start charging your card an exorbitant amount each month.

    If I knew the true cost of this product, I never would have even bothered buying it at the lower rate. I’d rather spend my money on La Mer, because, seriously they’re charging me more for this crap!

    Lastly, they won’t even let me return the products they charged me for! Brand new unopened box! Please don’t make the same mistake I did! Go to Sephora, at least they have a great return policy and even better customer service.

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Fraud - do not order

    I ordered a "free sample" from a web advertisement. I should have done my research beforehand, but didn't.

    No indication ANYWHERE that this was a FREE TRIAL not a free sample. No communication from the company at all. No information in the packaging to call and "cancel" or any indication on how to contact the company. I called a number I found on this website to and was told that I "didn't cancel within the 14-day free trial, nothing we can do." They even hung up on me when I continued to request a refund of my money.

    I contacted my credit card company to "dispute" the charge as I didn't get anywhere from the company itself, other than to cancel any further shipments. DO NOT order the "free sample!"

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Product membership hoax

    I too was charged after the "free" trial. Gilda DiLaurentis has put her name on this brand and shame on her! This skin care cream is a very nice product. It is hard to truly see results in just one month. However, I was charged twice for the product and only received one jar so far. I called the credit card company and got the toll free number for the Dulce company. How confusing is that who would have recognized that name? They told me to go on the face cream website "skin brighten.com," but you get nothing! I found this website instead. So I cannot control my orders, however, the company charged me. I will look elsewhere! Glada should stand by her product distribution!

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

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  • Total scam

    I signed up for the trial cream for $4.95, and was charged $91.36 twice and another $89.42 from Omanglow! This is a scam company! My credit card will get my money back. I wish I had seen these reviews prior to my trial purchase. Never again! The product doesn't work either. I'm going back to Clinique.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Charge you without notification!

    • Newport Beach, CA,
    • Oct 31, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I ordered the trial size for $5.95 and the other $4.94. One for skin and one for the eyes.

    The eye cream dried out my skin around my eyes. The skin cream, not anything special. I would never have ordered again.

    Within two weeks I got charged $89.42 for one of the items and $91.36 for the other. I never got an invoice other than the $5.95 and the $4.94. I happen to be viewing my credit card transactions and saw charges from two business names I didn’t know. I traced it in line to Suisse Renewal. SCAM.

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

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  • 0 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Scam?

    This product does very little, and is VERY EXPENSIVE! But the awful problem is that they do not give you any contact information, or a phone number, it doesn't arrive for over three weeks, thus making you miss the 14-day trial period that they didn't tell you about. They are completely unwilling to tell you where it is manufactured, or where it will be returned, and that will take 2-3 weeks before getting your refund. The operators are evasive and will not let you speak to a supervisor.

    I feel scammed and cheated. I gave it ZERO stars, but it REQUIRED that they get stars.

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Bad company

    I tried this one time and wasn't impressed. Apparently, I didn't read the small print and shipments keep coming with unsolicited charges hitting my bank account. There's no company name on the packing slip, box or phone number to call to stop the shipments. This is a scam. Don't buy it.

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

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  • 4 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Suisse skin and eye serum

    I received the anti-aging skin and eye serum in July. In September I received another bottle of each and was charged $90 for one and $92 for the other. I had used it every day and didn't see a difference, so I called to cancel. I then received both of them in the mail AGAIN but in different packaging this time. And the same charges on my credit card bill. I called them AGAIN and the "customer support" person, Jason, was so extremely rude that if I did like them, I would have canceled anyway. They say you can't return products. WHAT?! I did get them to credit me 50%. Don't buy it!

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

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  • 1 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Didn't receive product, only an empty box

    Hello, my name is Kimberly Sheppard. I ordered ageless skin cream and ageless eye serum a few days ago. I received a package of what I thought was my products only to find an empty box at my front door, still sealed with the packing slip inside. My order # is 10181134, order date 9/25/17, reference number 169753, and customer # 357 SKU SS001.

    Could you please resend or replace the products I didn't receive?

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 7 people found this review helpful

    I agree, "Preying on the elderly!"

    • Haddon Township, NJ,
    • Sep 29, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I am a 65-year-old woman with breast cancer. When I received the "free " sample, I had an allergic reaction. To be fair, it could have been the chemo, but I couldn't use it. I called and canceled it. They took $91.36 out of my account.

    When I called to complain, this guy starts yelling at me that I owe another $91.36 and if I don't pay right now he going to ruin my credit. I told him I never received anything from them. He called me back four more times to threaten me. By the 5th call, I was begging him just to leave me alone. Then he said his supervisor wanted to give me back 1/3 of my money. I agreed to anything just to leave me alone.

    In short, they stole $91.36 from me, and I never received any of their products or any money. I did cancel my debit card.

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

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  • 4 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Preying on the elderly!

    My elderly mother ordered a 30-day supply of Suisse Skin Cream and a 30-day supply of Suisse Eye Serum on September 10, 2017. There was a 14-day trial on the cream to make sure it worked as stated, then if she liked it, she would be charged the full amount of $89.42.

    As of yesterday, September 24th, she still has not received her order. Her bank account was charged $89.42 today from Suisse. I called customer service and was told that the 30-day trial started the day she made the order. I tried to resolve this matter and was told all she would be able to get back is 35% of her money, but instead, all her account was refunded is $10.13.

    Unless you have money to burn, please do NOT do business with this place! My mother is on Social Security and was just treating herself with this product to make her just feel good, but instead was ripped off. My mother is a smart person that read the fine print and was careful! But this company flat out lied and STOLE her money.

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

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