About Beaute MD
Beaute MD is an anti-aging cream produced by Labgenix, a cosmetics company which claims that 9 out of 10 customers say they witnessed a “profound improvement” in the quality of their skin after using it.
Beaute MD is joining the ranks of many other popular online skincare companies, like AuraVie and Levela, by creating a product and creating a customer base for it online, rather than distributing it to stores.
According to their website, the Aging Solution Moisturizer they have created provides quality skin therapy that is both dermatologist approved and clinically proven to provide rapid wrinkle reduction, though their website provides no documentation of these studies.
They go on to say that their wrinkle reducer contains natural ingredients like fruit acids, green tea extract, grape stem cell extract, and alpha hydroxy acids which help to rejuvenate skin, brighten dull skin tone, and lighten dark spots.
These ingredients are also intended to assist delivery of their products into deeper layers of skin, which they say adds hydration and helps skin rebuild its moisture retaining capability, as well as assisting in maintaining clear pores and allowing skin to “renew and balance” itself.
If you are interested in ordering this product but are wondering “Does Beaute MD really work?” the company is currently offering a free trial to brand new customers, where they can order a one month supply of the moisturizer for a 14 day period for just a $2.95 delivery fee.
If you like the product and wish to keep it, simply do nothing and at the end of 14 days you will be charged the full price of $87.50. In addition, you will be entered into an auto refill program which will automatically send you a brand new month supply every 30 days, as well as automatically charging your card for the cost.
If you want to keep the initial one month supply but are not interested in being a part of the auto refill program, you must call customer service and speak to them directly about changing the nature of your membership.
If you have any experience with this product, please leave your Beaute MD reviews below.
22 ‘Beaute MD’ Reviews
BEWARE: IT IS A COSTLY SCAM...
I just want my $180!!!!!!!! back. By the time I realized what is going on they charged my account 2x @full amount in one month!!!!!!!!!!
I am truly disgusted with this Company and the scam it is fooling people with.
Unfortunately, I also missed the fine print -this type of information, especially when a lot of money is involved, is provided in such a manner, that is not obvious, not up-front, not honest, and down right hidden!
I am going to contact the BBB, maybe they can help.
DO NOT DO ANYTHING INVOLVING THIS COMPANY!!!!!!!
This is a scam!!!! A pop up comes and says if you fill out their "survey" - you will get a free gift. Just pay the shipping fees. A couple of weeks later, they automatically take money out of your credit card to the tune of $149.00 and $111.00!!!!! They make no apologies, in fact - they will not even give you the name of supervisors or people in charge that you may call to assist you in righting the wrong. USE A TEMPORARY CREDIT MONEY CARD YOU BUY AT THE STORE. THIS COMPANY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY WITH NO APOLOGIES.
SCAM SCAM SCAM!
dissatified customer on Beaute MD cream
I had to apply this cream 4 times for hydration. I called the company to return the item and they would only give me 40% back after they had charged me $89.95 (which I did not authorize) after the 14 day trial period. I hated the cream and they said I could keep it. I did'nt want it and I tried to tell them I wanted to return it for a full refund and didn't get anywhere with the company. Their customer service told me I could throw it away if I didn't like it. Are you kidding? Now I'm stuck with a $56.00 cream that I dispise but it certainly will be going on my legs after shaving because that's all it's good for!
Beware of their Trial offer
I didn't see the print at the end of the offer stating it was a 14 day trial and automatically gets converted to a regular subscription after 14 days. They sent the trial product out on Dec 10 and counted all the time it took for the Post Office to deliver it as part of the 14 day trial period. I called on day 16 and all they would do was refund me $22.49 for a charge of $89.99. What a rip off. Beware of their selling practices.
Very Deceiving Company
If Beaute MD is supposed to be so good why do they have to scam people into trying it? I'm contacting the fraud department of my bank and you should too!