Alaria Rx and Eyederm Reviews

Alaria Rx and Eyederm
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About Alaria Rx and Eyederm

Alaria Rx and Eyederm are two individual skincare, anti-aging products which are described as being able to provide users with results equivalent to expensive and professional surgical procedures, with just a few days of use.

How Does It Work?

It is important to understand that the website promoting these products is actually an advertorial. An advertorial is a paid for advertisement designed to look and sound like an informative magazine article, when it is really just a marketing tool.  

That being said, this advertisement promises prospective customers that these two products will provide them with effective results, including a positive impact on all common signs of aging, like sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles, puffy eyes, and much more.

Ingredients and Side Effects

The advertorial mentions two important active ingredients found in these products as being primarily responsible for their fantastic results, Vitamin C and something called Eclaline. 

Vitamin C has been said to have important antioxidant properties such as the ability to neutralize free radicals when applied topically, while Eclaline is described as absorbing light, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and providing wearers with an "airbrushed look."  

Cost/Price Plans

New customers can receive both of these products by paying the cost of Shipping Handling in order to receive them for a trial period of 14 days. 

Customers who choose not to cancel will be charged the full purchase price of $95.47 for Alaria Rx and $94.36 for Eyederm at the end of the trial period, and every 30 days thereafter when their new supply ships. Customers who do not wish to incur these recurring charges must cancel during the trial period.   

Refund Policy

Both of these companies don't appear to offer a Refund Policy outside of the trial period provided for new users. Because of this, it is extremely important for new users to cancel their orders within that fourteen day time period if they do not want to have these recurring charges each month.  

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 855-712-5254 or email at Support@AlariaRx.com for Alaria Rx, and by phone at 844-927-9185 or email at Support@EyedermRx.com for Eyederm. 

Reputation

Customers should know this company shows multiple signs of an unethical, untrustworthy company. This particular advertorial has been used to promote other products, using the exact same text and claims.

Competitors and Alternatives?

Companies that make claims about their anti-aging abilities are too numerous to count, and they include Vitaderm, Elliskin Anti-Aging Cream, Alore Anti-Wrinkle Serum, and many more.

If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Alaria Rx and Eyederm reviews below.

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Alaria RX & Eyederm

Reviewed By Rosalinda Philapy on March 5, 2015, Woodbridge, Virginia

Used product for 10 days now and see very little improvement. Although it did make my skins soft, the eyederm was awful. When it comes out its fine, once applied to eye area - it leaves a gritty affect which is very uncomfortable.

Be prepared to be billed immediately after the trail period. I was billed $95.30 for Eyederm and $95.47 for the Alaraia RX.

Hope this information will assist anyone looking for products.

Regards,
Customer - Woodbridge, VA

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Trudi Fryer Neil
March 09, 2015

I liked the products, however, It is not free at all. After the trial period I was billed the $95.30 for Eyederm and $95.47 for the AlariaX. There was no mention of this in the ad. I contacted my bank who placed a call to the supplier on a recorded line. The best I could do was get a credit for 50% and a promise not to charge my card again. I guess nothing is free after all!

April 03, 2015

I went to another company and got products and they charged my credit card also. I am with my bank and they are trying to get my money back.

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