Human skin is made up of 75% water and collagen, a protein responsible for its flexibility. As we age, our skin is replacing itself by growing new cells. Actually, it fully replaces itself every month. Dead cells are falling off of your body, while new ones are formed. Collagen protects the skin against age-related issues such as wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots on the skin. Unfortunately, over time, our body loses its ability to produce collagen, which leads to many unpleasant skin issues. Taking into account smoking, the skin's exposure to UV rays, and repeated facial expressions, our skin is constantly subjected to the outer impact. Aging is inevitable, especially when we are talking about our skin. Thousands of people all over the world try to get a more youthful skin with the help of the products available on the market. Today we are going to discuss the skin care product that promises to provide a number of benefits to your skin.
Vlamorous is an anti-aging cream that is claimed to be able to make the user's skin visibly younger without any injections. The product claims to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the skin, as well as to decrease the look of dark circles under the eyes and to enhance the overall hydration of your skin. The cream claims to be able to replenish and rejuvenate the elastin and collagen in your skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the overall health of your skin. These are quite attractive promises, but to substantiate them, it is necessary to take a look at the ingredients contained in the product's formula. But before that, it is important to say that the company behind the product is unknown, thus, it cannot be truested.
To understand whether the product is worth trying, it is important to learn what ingredients are used in its formula. Unfortunately, the official website for Vlamorous does not provide the whole list of the ingredients, so we reached out to customer support. We found out that the cream's main ingredients are Eyeseryl, Pinoxide, and Vitamins C, A, and E. let us discuss each of these ingredients based on the information found on such reputable websites as Livestrong.com, Examine.com, and Sciencedaily.com.
Eyeseryl is a branded compound that, according to Lotioncrafter.com, is a peptide that serves important functions in the human body. A study made by the company called Lipotec showed Eyeseryl's effectiveness at decreasing the appearance of bags under the eyes. Pinoxide is a branded term, not a chemical substance. It was presented by the company called Applied Genetics Incorporated Dermatics, but we failed to find any substantial information about the substance. It is unclear what role it plays in this formula. When we called the company's customer service and asked about this, we were answered that they did not have this information.
Vitamin C is a vitamin contained in nature. Some animals can produce this vitamin inside their bodies, but humans receive it from elsewhere, such as vegetables and fruits. It is a well-known vitamin that has many health benefits, from warding off the cold to improving the state of those who are iron deficient. Vitamin C might also reduce the appearance of wrinkles but this claim has not been scientifically proven. Vitamin A, or Retinol, has been used for the treatment of different skin related conditions. Some clinical sources even illustrate Retinol's effectiveness in decreasing wrinkles and other age-related skin issues. Vitamin E is another vitamin useful for moisturizing the skin but there is no clinical evidence showing that the substance can fight wrinkles or other signs of skin aging.
The manufacturer of Vlamorous does not mention any potential side effects associated with the use of the product. However, when dealing with a cream containing many different ingredients, there is always a risk of experiencing unforeseen side effects and allergic reactions. Vitamins E, A and C are considered to be safe when used topically in moderate amounts, but when it comes to seeing as we don't have medical data on Pinoxide and Eyeseryl, these compounds are badly known. These should be used in small amounts with caution, otherwise you are at risk of facing skin irritation, redness, itching, burning or even swelling. It is necessary to note that the customer service did not provide information on each ingredient and its possible side effects. There are no dosages listed on the official website either. It is known that more than 2000mg of Vitamin C daily could lead to such side effects as severe diarrhea and kidney stones.
There is a great number of customers' reviews about Vlamorous online. Many users say that this product is a scam! One woman signed up off a link on Facebook and was going to get a free trial of the cream by just paying for shipping. It seemed legit since it was posted by her friend. So, she went to the official website and ordered the product. The woman paid $1.95 for shipping and ensured that her subscription was canceled. She was shocked when she started getting the cream every month and her credit card was getting charged $97 each month too. The customer called their support center and cancelled her subscription again. She even got a refund for that month. Currently she is waiting for the refund of the rest of her money. The woman asks everyone not to fall for this scam. Let us take a look at the actual customers' testimonials.
"Vlamorous is a scam. When I called their customer service, the non-English speaking person tried to send me a free gift with a 30% discount. They were ready to provide me a 70% discount if I reported them my credit card. When I told them that they were scammers and used deceptive advertising, the company's rep continued speaking in his nonsensical speech. I warned everyone on Facebook about this incident. Do not order any of their samples!"
"Do not fall for vlamorous! This product is a scam. I was charged more than $230 for three little face creams. I called the company, but they refused to reimburse me. There is no notification on their site that you will need to pay so much money or that you will get into some autoship program. Don't deal with this company. This is waste of money."
"Vlamorous is a total scam. The product does not work at all. I only got terrible redness on my face when using their free sample. I got into the "monthly subscription" that was mentioned nowhere on the site. When I called them, they answered that they would not refund my money. They also said that they would cancel my membership but the next month I received their product again. This is total fraud!"
Vlamorous is available as a part of a "free trial" plan. This means that to buy the cream, you will need to start a trial by paying $4.94 for shipping. However, note that you will also be enrolled in their autoship program. As a result, you will be charged $97.83 on the 15th day from your order and your credit card will be charged $97.83 every 30 days until you cancel your autoship. To do this, you will need to contact their customer support by calling at (844) 621-2325.
Vlamorous seems to be a scam, based on numerous customer reviews online. The company behind the product appears to use dishonest marketing tactics. There are also several concerns about the product itself. The official website does not list the ingredients used in the cream's formula. Based on our research, some of its components may be safely used (Vitamins A and C), while other may potentially cause side effects and allergic reactions. There are many other products like Vlamorous available on the market. Thus, I cannot recommend this cream to buying.