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Report: #1295635

Complaint Review: Life Cell South Beach skin care - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Lark — Everett Washington USA
  • Life Cell South Beach skin care Nationwide USA

Life Cell South Beach Skin Care Life cell Nationwide

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Advertizing for this free trial offer passes shipping costs to the consumer, making the offer slightly under $5.00. The actual packaging contains a small booklet stating that the human eye sees the shadows made by wrinkles or creases in the skin. This explaination makes LifeCell's formula a fool the eye type product containing billions of light reflecting nano prisms that reflect light. This appearance they say lasts till you wash your face, or is topical at best. It's claims to actually firm or hydrate are denied by complaints too numerous to detail here, which state little to no improvement was seen, and advertising is false. Consumer complaints, such as skin rashes, itching eyelids and other abnormalities experienced as the result of product use, raise serious health concerns as to product safety.

How do these prisms reflect light? Are glass or plastic granules or abrasives involved, even of a microscopic or pulverized variety, which create these unhealthy reactions to eyes and skin? It takes years for the negative results of certain products to appear. Can abrasive prisms be absorbed into delicate eye, eyeball or skin tissue? It would be helpful for tissue or blood samples to be tested from those using this product for any length of time. There are a variety of natural products or make your own, without fear of it being absorbed into skin or blood. After requesting an initial product sample, my bank account was charges $189, without my authorization in February 2016.

They state you will always receive notification, but my bank statement was the only notice received the first time I was billed. I contacted the bank to dispute the charges, for this so called free offer. In March 2016, they were billing me for a second $189, and I emailed the business that I received shipment notification but had not placed an order. They canceled the shipment and charges. Reports of fraud concerning South Beach Cell Life Skin Care state that when you request the trial offer they actually charge your card for $189, so it doesn't matter what you do. Complaints against this company contain every scenario.

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