Review: Tru Visage Anti Aging Formula
Reduces appearance of signs of aging
Injection-free Botox alternative
Clinically proven ingredients
Free trial offer scam
Automatic shipping/billing program
Tru Visage is one of the newest skin care products on the market. It promises to be an anti-aging formula that is “better than Botox”. But before you go out and buy it, you need to ask yourself this: is it worth it? In other words, you should have an idea of whether or not it really works and is safe to use on the skin – because let’s face it, we don’t want to be just putting anything on our skin. Also, with products like these, you want to be aware about how much it costs and whether it gets you into a monthly subscription mess. So, to help you out, we have done a factual, unbiased review of Tru Visage Anti Aging Formula that looks at everything there is to know about the product. That way, by the end of the review, you will be able to make an informed choice about buying it.
Tru Visage Anti Aging Formula Review
Tru Visage is anti-aging skincare cream that claims to use scientifically proven ingredients make the skin appear firmer and more wrinkle-free. The formula is said to contain skin-firming peptides that work to reduce the appearance of signs of aging, including wrinkles and fine lines. Tru Visage helps improve the skin’s elasticity and makes it smoother and firmer. The cream is also designed to provide immediate relief for dry, peeling, cracking or itchy skin. It acts as a moisturizer that helps keep your skin hydrated and feeling soft.
Daily use is recommended for Tru Visage, with application twice daily. Apparently, you will feel the results immediately – within minutes of applying it to your face, and a visible difference can be noticed in four weeks. It claims to make you look “up to ten years younger”. We’ve heard that before…
Are the manufacturer’s claims true?
So, we are told that Tru Visage fights signs of aging and makes it look younger. But how do we know whether or not what they are saying to be true? Well, apparently Tru Visage says it uses scientifically proven ingredients. This means the ingredients that are used in the product have undergone a scientific study in which the results have demonstrated that it works as an anti-aging formula. We will take a look at the ingredients Tru Visage uses a little later in this review in order to evaluate their effectiveness.
Another way we have assessed the veracity of the statements made by Tru Visage is by looking to see if any studies have been done that test the product itself. We could only find one study that is published on their site. In the study, 1000 women from the US and UK used the product for 3 months, applying it two times a day. Apparently, over 95% of the participants in the study had “moderate to dramatic anti-aging results”. They also provide statistics to illustrate the results, including 60% of women reporting an improvement in skin firmness and elasticity and 47% noticing an improvement in wrinkles and fine lines. Now that’s impressive. But let’s take a look at how Tru Visage works to produce these effects.
How does Tru Visage work?
The key to how Tru Visage works is that it’s ingredients penetrate the innermost layers of your skin to act at the source of wrinkles. Basically, the ingredients enter your underlying skin layers via biofil spheres which are composed of natural wheat protein. This component enables the continuous release of nutrients to be delivered to this region. That is how Tru Visage nourishes and replenishes the skin from within.
The wheat protein component of the biospheres in the Tru Visage formula also helps minimize trans-epidermal water loss by acting like a sponge. What this means is that it helps the skin retain moisture and prevents it from dryness and damage. In this way, it helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
What ingredients does Tru Visage contain?
Okay, so we already mentioned that Tru Visage is said to contain clinically proven ingredients. Now, let’s take a look at what these ingredients are exactly and whether or not they’re effective in reversing the aging process. We found that the website did not contain a complete list of ingredients. Also, no where on the site does the product claim to be “all-natural”, although it does use natural ingredients. Generally, it speaks of using only the “purest” ingredients in the Tru Visage anti-aging formula. Only five active ingredients are named and described on their website.
Matrixyl 3000: This is a synthetic compound that is a popular ingredient and so-called “miracle wrinkle fighter” in anti-aging skincare products. It promotes the production of collagen and connective tissue by stimulating the cells that make them, fibroblasts. In doing so, it helps to “fill in” wrinkles and fine lines, which reduces their appearances and leaves the skin smooth and firmer. It also helps protects your skin cells against the damaging effects of UV radiation. It should be noted that while Matrixyl 3000 is said to be a “clinically tested” ingredient, none of these studies have been conducted by third party researchers. The only studies that have been done carried out and funded by the manufacturer.
Ginseng extract: This natural plant compound helps regenerate the skin. It helps regulate skin oil production so that it is balanced, thereby improving your skin’s moisture and diminishing the appearance of aging signs. Ginseng extract also contributes to the healing of damaged skin cells, which helps rejuvenate the skin.
Green Tea: Renowned for its natural skin care properties, green tea extract is another popular ingredient. It has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that are said to help regenerate skin cells, make the skin firmer and combat signs of aging. It’s antioxidant properties also make it useful in protecting skin cells against damage caused by free radicals which lead to signs of aging. Another thing that green tea can do is neutralize harmful UV rays and protect your skin from damage that can result in aging signs and sunburn. Green tea has been the subject of many studies and has been clinically tested to have benefits for the skin. However, more research is needed to determine the effectiveness of topical application. Tru Visage claims to deliver the benefits of green tea by using a concentrated extract.
Pomegranate extract: This natural ingredient is known for its skin benefits. It contains vitamins B and C, which helps promote cell turnover and rejuvenates the skin. It also contains high amount of antioxidants which provide anti-aging benefits and increases your skin’s sun protection.
Chamomile extract: This ingredient has natural anti-inflammatory and healing properties that help with skin regeneration and cleanses your skin’s pores. It contains antioxidants, including a type called flavinoids, which help protect the skin from free radical damage and suppress signs of aging. It’s also soothing on the skin, and popularly used in cosmetic products.
Does Tru Visage have any side effects?
Tru Visage provides a 100% satisfaction guarantee that its product does not contain any side effects. Apart from their claim, judging from the ingredients mentioned and the fact that there are no reports about side effects, it appears that Tru Visage is safe to use. Also, it says that it is the product is manufactured in a strictly controlled FDA approved facility in the US. But a disclaimer at the end reveals that none of their statements have been evaluated by the FDA, so it seems to be unclear on this point.
What are people saying about Tru Visage?
On their website, they advertise a number of users who report the significant benefits Tru Visage has had for them. The excerpts from users indicate that Tru Visage is an anti-aging product for women of any age. Users have said that they have softer and smoother skin, and that they have less wrinkles after using Tru Visage. The before and after photos also show impressive results. But you need to be wary about the reliability of images and user comments on the website as there’s a strong chance that they are not accurate.
Beyond the website, we found a lot positive reviews of Tru Visage, but these websites were mainly promotional in nature so that casts doubt on their reliability. Although we couldn’t find many reviews from users who have used the product, we were able to find a number of consumer complaints about it. People who have signed up for Tru Visage have reported that the free trial offer is a scam and that they were roped into monthly billing.
Where can you buy Tru Visage?
[sws_red_box box_size=”600″]You can only buy Tru Visage from their website as there are no third-party sellers. When you sign up, you will be offered a free trial and given a one month supply of Tru Visage, which will only cost the shipping and handling fee. The free trial lasts 14 days, and if you decide it’s not for you, you need to notify them within this time period to cancel it. But if you want to continue with it, then you will be charged $74.95 for the bottle you got, and thereafter receive a monthly supply with monthly billing. So in essence, the bottle is not free, which is what users have been complaining about since the claim of a “free trial” is very misleading.[/sws_red_box]
Anything else you should know about Tru Visage?
We aren’t told the name of the manufacturer of Tru Visage, but we discovered that this same manufacturer sells other products that have been found to be scam as well. These include Vimax male enhancement supplements and Puressance anti-aging solution. Tru Visage and Puressance are often marketed together in reviews to be purchased together as products that complement each other. (Also, it’s probably worth mentioning here that if you buy Tru Visage, charges on your credit card will appear with “vimax.com”.)
Another thing worth noting is what we found in the fine print. On the website, amazing claims about Tru Visage are made along with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. But in the terms and conditions, they say that they don’t warrant that any material on their website is “accurate, complete, or current” and that it could contain “technical, typographical or photographic errors”. While it’s a neat way of clearing them of any sort of liability, it pretty much states that their website and anything it says or shows is not exactly reliable. Some food for thought, hey?
Overall, looking at Tru Visage, we found that it appears to be a decent anti-aging cream judging from the information we are provided with. The ingredients and the study results look promising, but there are quite a few drawbacks to this “fountain of youth in a bottle” that make us question whether it would be a smart choice to buy it.
[sws_red_box box_size=”600″]Firstly, the free trial offer appears to be a scam, and gets users automatically roped into their monthly subscription. They give you two weeks to cancel the “free trial” offer, but this wouldn’t be enough time to evaluate the effectiveness of Tru Visage anyway as the results can take up to four weeks. Because of the complaints that have been reported, it seems that cancelling the subscription is a difficult and frustrating process. The offer a full refund if you return all bottles to them within 2 months. But if cancellation is already a nightmare, trying to get a refund won’t be any better.
So taking everything into consideration we have Rejected Tru Visage.