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Ayur
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Website:www.TryAyur.com
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About Ayur

Ayur Skin Renewal Cream, found online at TryAyur.com, says that their product can help people of all ages restore their radiant, younger looking skin "in an instant" using 500 year old beauty secrets. 

How Does It Work?

The website claims that with basic, daily use of this product according to the instructions on the Ayur packaging, customers will experience a lightened and brightened complexion, exfoliation for more radiance, reversing of sun damage, reduction in wrikles, pimples, blemishes, and even scars, as well as improvement in blood circulation, and more. Like any other moisturizing cream, this product likely is intended to be used twice a day, after you have finished your normal cleansing routine in the morning and in the evening.  

Ingredients and Side Effects

The website claims that this cream uses sixteen different, all natural ingredients for its special formula. These ingredients include things like Red Sandalwood, Lycopene, Aloe Vera Juice, Sappan Wood, Lotus, Goat's Milk, and more.

But there are four ingredients which are highlighted on their website. Gold water, which they say slows the depletion of collagen and the breakdown of elastin, Matrixyl Peptide chains, which stimulates collagen production, Saffron, which increases the "glow" of skin, and Sweetwood, a natural antioxidant which lubricates the skin leaving it smoother. 

Cost/Price Plans

Customers can receive a 15 day free trial of the product for a $4.95 Shipping and Handling charge. Customers who like the product during the trial should do nothing, and at the end of the trial and every 60 days thereafter you will be charged the purchase price of $139.90.

Customers who wish to cancel their membership must contact Customer Service during the 15 day trial and arrange to return their product, in order to avoid any future shipments and charges. 

Refund Policy

Customers who continue on with the autoship program but are unhappy with the product later on can request a refund of the purchase price. They must first call Customer Service and request a Return Merchandise Number and physically return their products within 30 days of receiving them. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who have questions, issues, or complaints can contact their Customer Service by phone at 800-564-1623 or by email at Info@ForesightMedia.com.

Reputation

Unfortunately there are not many reviews from customers or users available for this specific cream at this time, though there seem to be reviews for similar creams under the Ayur brand name. 

Competitors and Alternatives?

Anti aging products are so prevalent and popular these days, most people feel overwhelmed with too many options. Similar products include La Creme Skin Care, Equinox DNA, Vitaderm, and many more.
    
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Ayur reviews below.

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SCAM ALERT!!

Reviewed By Carrie Merkel on May 3, 2015

I too discovered charges made to my credit card in the amounts of $139.90 and $99.90 by NATAYUR and WRINKLESS via a company named Blue Diamond Marketing located in Cheyenne, WY. I have placed a dispute with my credit card co. and reported them to the Better Business Bureau. Sent an email to support@bludiallc.com and will attempt phone contact on Monday.

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Nice

Reviewed By Demi Llyod on April 29, 2015

Products are skin friendly and nice. Liked it.

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DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR CREDIT CARD!

Reviewed By teresa on March 1, 2015

this company will charge you no matter if you call to cancel right away.
they refused to let me speak to a supervisor or give me my money back.
Plus - i have gotten better cream at a discount store - seriously.

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There are thousands of report's on this

Reviewed By Kathryn on February 5, 2015

I too was scammed. I saw this ad and thought I would be receiving a sample. When I filled out the information they required there was NO information on their return policy. Sadly my Mother passed away on the day I made this order. I returned from out of state well over 30 days later. when I collected my mail here was a box with 2 bottles enclosed. I checked my bank account and found that they had charged me $149.99. I called but due to the high volume I could not get through. Now I know why.
Finally I did get a man and after I explained my problem he said to me " Well you should not have been traveling all over the country should you" . I asked for a supervisor. He said he would have one call me back which never happened. I sent e-mails and was told in return that someone would get back with me well that was 3 weeks ago. I called again and received the same song and dance. I checked them out on the many web sites available. There are thousands of complaints. I found that they are based on the island nation of Mauritius. I also found that they took $149.99 out of my account prior to the 30 day return policy. They also start your trial on the day you order the product and take there time in shipping it to you. I am so angry as if you watch youtube on this product and the actual ad someone has posted it states it is a risk free trial with 100% satisfaction guarantee. RIGHT!! I believe with all the negative reports people have posted that a class action lawsuit needs to occur.

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Predatory Promotion via Smart Phone - NO Fine Print

Reviewed By Curtis Mease on February 5, 2015, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Predatory promotion. Impossible to speak reasonably with their so-called Customer Service. I read the invoice fine print when Karen's order arrived and discovered she had subscribed to an outrageously priced repeated refill program. She DID NOT see any terms or conditions fine print when she accepted the trial (via smart phone ad) for the cost of shipping and handling. I am currently in contact with the bank to prevent ANY further charges. If they want the "Free" samples, they can come and get 'em. Neither Karen nor I will be bothered with any further expense, time or money, dealing with these frauds.
I'm forced to pick a "star" rating before I can post. One star is far too good for these creeps.

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