Trying something for a short period of time and then subscribing to their monthly service have became a big part of my life, I have 6 monthly subscription, ranging from dog food to streaming services. I found out about Curology in one of my favorite YouTuber's video, I didn't really need skincare products at the time, but I wanted to support the content creator, and the price for the first shipment was only about $6, so I decided to try it out.
One month down the line, nothing has changed about my skin, good or bad, I still had over half of the products from the first shipment. I didn't know when I would be charged for the next shipment, and didn't bother to check, I thought to myself, I'll just wait for an update since Curology is always spamming my phone number with texts.
I wanted to cancel my subscription for the time being, because A) no change to my skin, B) didn't finish my products yet, why would I need more? I wanted to finish the current 3 bottles I had and see if there's progress and then make a decision.
One day, I just get an email and text update saying that my shipment for this month is on their way. Beyond confused, because I didn't get updates being charged, and they clearly had my contact information. I tried to email customer service and of course, there's nothing they can do about it.
Seems like a quick cash grab.
I don't think I have used the product long enough to write an accurate review, but if a company really believes in their products to have effects and can guarantee customers to return after they’ve already used the product, why use these kinds of clownery tricks to drive away potential long term customers?
Anyways, now I have $70 worth of skincare products lying around my house that I don't really know what to do with.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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