About Absolute Derma and Absolute Eye Cream
Absolute Derma and Absolute Eye Cream are two individual anti-aging skincare products promoted by the same advertorial, which says that combining these two skincare products can make you look decades younger in just two weeks.
How Does It Work?
According to the advertorial - which is a paid for advertisement presented as an editorial - both of these products have effective ingredients which, when combined, can remove almost 90% of wrinkles, as well as improve sagging, aging, dehydrated skin.
The website says that users can expect similar effects as the popular prescription strength Botox, in as little as two weeks with regular use and certainly within the first 28 days of use.
Ingredients and Side Effects
HealthLifestyleToday.com says that these products rely on two ingredients that have been proven to show extreme anti-aging results: Stem Cell Technology and Peptides and Amino Acids.
The individual websites of these products say that Absolute Derma uses a powerful antioxidant that slows down damage and can even reverse damage, because it produces collagen.
Absolute Eye Cream uses a variety of peptides and amino acids, which can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, and help your skin repair itself when suffering from dryness, environmental stress, or irritation.
Both of these products can be purchased for a trial period for the cost of Shipping and Handling, which is quoted differently on their advertisements and their individual websites, but which seems to range between $5.95 and $3.79.
All customers will automatically be enrolled in an autoship program for both products unless they cancel within 13 days for both products.
Customers who don't cancel will be charged the full purchase price at the end of their trial periods. And though the advertisements post different prices, the actual websites' post $89.31 for the Absolute Derma and $87.47 for Absolute Eye Cream.
Both products say that they offer returns of products that are cancelled within 30 days of your order, whether or not the bottle has been opened. Both companies require that you contact their Customer Service team and request RMA numbers before sending in your product for a refund.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to speak with Customer Service about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at Support@AbsoluteDerma.com and Support@AbsoluteRejuven.com, also by phone at 844-455-5510 for Absolute Derma and 855-222-1117 for Absolute Eye Cream. Please remember that these two companies are separate and must be contacted individually.
Unfortunately there are not many user reviews available for these products at this time. In addition, being promoted by a fake news article is often a red flag of an untrustworthy company, as well is the fact that most of the claims they make are almost word for word claims of previous products promoted in the same way.
Competitors and Alternatives?
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Absolute Derma and Absolute Eye Cream reviews below.
14 ‘Absolute Derma and Absolute Eye Cream’ Reviews
This product is dangerous!! It caused my eyes to swell nearly shut. And, customer service is a joke! After my first call I was told that the account was closed. But, I continued to be charged. When I called again, I was told that it had been too long since the initial order to get a refund, and the best they could do was a 25% discount on a product that damaged the skin around my eyes. Now they are promising that the account is "completely closed", but I will have to watch my account closely since I don't really believe them. Customer service is obviously based in another country and they have trouble understanding the issue...or they just don't care. I tried to speak with a supervisor, but none was available.
Please stay away from this dangerous product and the sketchy company that manufacturers it.
I ordered both products, like a fool. Don't be pulled in like I was and many others. I called their customer service and got the run around for 48 minutes, but finally got the charge reversed on my card. this was for the face cream. The eye cream customer service said they would send me a voucher for $100 for Walmart. I got an email for a website called 'namemyrewards.com' where you can choose coupons for different items. I still haven't figured it out.. I called them in plenty of time to cancel the charges, Now I'm still a fool and stuck with coupons, not a voucher. There is fraud here and this company needs to be stopped.
THIS COMPANY IS EVIL INCARNATE
Complete and total rip-off and truly one of the most evil programs I have ever seen. I requested a sample and received a 0.5 oz "trial size" jar in a package that CONTAINED NO PAPER RECEIPT warning me of the program's policies. A month later I received another "trial package" -- same tiny jar, same lack of documents -- and assumed not unsurprisingly that they had sent me a duplicate sample.
A couple more months go by and I still receive the same tiny jar, so I get suspicious and check my credit card bill for this product. Somehow they think their tiny sample size jars are worth $89 -- all for the same 0.5 oz. For that much money they should be sending out product in gallon jugs once every 10 years.
DO NOT GET SUCKERED BY THESE CROOKS. ORDER NOTHING FROM THEM EVER.
WHAT A SCAM!!
DO YOU HAVE A MINUS RATING? THAT'S ALL IT IS WORTH.
PLEASE BE WARE OF THE UNSCUPULOUS PRACTICES OF THIS SUPPOSIDLY GREAT OFFER.
This company is a scam with the free trial offer. It baits you with the trial offer of a special product for under $5.00.
Transparency on terms and conditions are only on the website but at the bottom of the page! I did even receive an inventory or sales slip which should have been given the information. If this company was trust worthy it would have provided information on how to return merchandise and its terms/conditions for the consumer if they decided to return the product. .
Within two weeks after receiving the 0.50 fl. oz. each of Absolute Derma and Absolute Eye Cream I received a charge of $87.47 and $89.31. I immediately called and cancelled, the product is not worth that kind of money. I don’t care who or how many famous names the advertise as using or endorsing this product.
I then made another call to Customer Service and questioned why I was charged two weeks ago a total of $175.78 but never received any product. I was then informed that was for the trial offer of 0.50 fl. Oz each that I had already received. So shame on me for actually believing such garbage, I should have taken $181.73 and burned it.