As we age every day it feels we are reminded that it shows and every day a new magical product pops up saying that it can make it all go away. I recently came upon Rapid Renewal Cream, which as the name clearly states, helps make my complexion flawless and help reduce wrinkles. The reason I finally decided to review it was because everywhere I looked it was always there and I figured it’s about time to give it a shot. I have tried numerous similar supplements in the past not only because I want to find one that actually works but because I want to share my experience with other women so they don’t fall for the scams that are on the market today.
Actually, some of the anti-wrinkle creams on the market may be effective but the problem is the websites that sell them are complete scams. The tactics they use to get you to order and then trick you into paying far more than you expected are absurd and what’s worse is that more and more women fall for them every day.
What is Rapid Renewal Cream
I would love to tell you if the official website actually shared some decent information about the product. Unfortunately you can’t get much from the official Rapid Renewal Cream website as they share very little information. It is actually more general discussion about aging skin and how their formula is number one. The funny thing is that I saw this exact same, absolutely identical, website for several other products. Not just images and design but word for word. This perhaps explains why it is so general as it can literarily be used for any other similar product as they don’t offer any realistic information about the ingredients, how it works, and in general the real results you can expect.
One of their selling points is that you will experience real results and look 10 years younger within a month of using their product. For best results they recommend you apply Rapid Renewal Cream two times a day after thoroughly washing and drying your face.
The official website claims that this product will be able to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, diminish dark circles, hydrate, tone and tighten skin, as well as increase collagen production. Their clinically proven ingredients are combined perfectly to develop this revolutionary anti-wrinkle serum. They claim that their product is referred to the natural alternative to Botox, but I have a feeling that it is far from that if they have to use shady tactics to get you to become their customer. The only realistic information that I got from the official website about the product is that the product helps build elastin and collagen under the skin which helps ensure long term results, which I am doubtful of as well.
My Problem with Rapid Renewal Cream
Personally, I like to give a product the benefit of the doubt but unfortunately when you combine so many negative points it is hard to even consider giving it a chance. With Rapid Renewal Cream the problems started form the moment I reached their website. The website is absolutely identical to the official websites of several other products, the only thing that’s different is the name of the product. Word for word without any additional information.
My other problem is the complete lack of information. Everything noted in the official Rapid Renewal Cream website is completely general. There is no real information that tells you what this product really is. Aside from repeating themselves using different wording they basically share absolutely nothing. My biggest problem with this is the fact that there is no list of ingredients which makes it impossible to really explore this product and research its effectiveness and safety. Personally, I refuse to apply anything to my face which I have not researched.
Lastly, my absolute biggest problem is their very sly way of convincing you that you get a “Free” trial which is a complete lie. You get 14 days free, and you pay shipping and handling. Then, if you don’t cancel in time you are charged a nice hefty price for a product you probably don’t even use anymore as it is most likely ineffective.
It is very unfortunate as I am sure that if they had taken the effort to create a unique website with plenty of information about the product and ingredients they may actually have some real customers that are satisfied rather than a public outrage of unsatisfied customers trying to reach them so as to cancel their horrible auto-ship program.
General Comments, Reviews, and Forums on Rapid Renewal Cream
So, in addition to my personal review I decided to look into some forums and reviews to get more information about the product. Unfortunately, got very little from them as far as ingredients but got some interesting information about side effects and overall dissatisfaction with the product. Of course, there were those paid reviews and comments that are hailing it as the newest and best product on the market today but they are clear as day to me.
One of the main concerns from people discussing the product is the fact that they had no idea that the “free” trial was only for 14 days from the day they order and completely missed calling to cancel. Actually, there were several that were in the hole about $200-$300 before they even realized they were being charged. They just thought they were sending them more free supplies of the product and when they checked their account they realized they had all these charges. Unfortunately though, they could not work things out with the company and return all of the supplies and get their money back. The most that I’ve read was that one woman was allowed to send one month’s supply back and get her money back for it but the other 2 months she couldn’t get back.
The other concern I read was from a woman that experienced reddening and spots from the Rapid Renewal Cream formula. To an extent this does not surprise me at all as it is perfectly normal for some of the ingredients to interact badly with certain types of skin which is why it is absolutely essential to have a list of ingredients so you can run them by your dermatologist before you order.
Pros and Cons of Rapid Renewal Cream
Regardless that I personally feel that this product is far from perfect I do think that it may have some positive effects. There are some benefits to ordering it as per the official website but plenty of cons to counteract all benefits.
Pros of Rapid Renewal Cream
– Simple to use
– Free Trial if you actually follow the Terms & Conditions
– Claim to be No Side Effects
Cons of Rapid Renewal Cream
– “Free” Trial – could be a serious problem if you don’t read the Terms & Conditions
– Very little information about the product and ingredients
– Website looks like a scam
– Very bad reviews
– Expensive in comparison to other products
Of course in addition to my personal list of pros and cons I do want to add the list of the benefits that the official website claims as it would be unfair to just share my personal opinion.
- Softens Frown Lines
- Smoothes Out Wrinkles
- Tightens Enlarged Pores
- Lifts Cheeks
- Diminishes Fine Lines
- Reduces Crows Feet
- Smoothes Frown Lines
If it would really offer and guarantee these results I think this product could really be a great buy even for the price they are selling it at. Unfortunately, from the reviews I’ve read from legitimate websites it actually seems like just an expensive face cream that has little to no effect.
How and Where to Buy Rapid Renewal Cream
Since I refused to fall for their “Free” trial I wanted to see if I could find this product elsewhere. I checked all of the popular stores for similar products including Amazon where I have seen popular anti-wrinkle serums offered regularly. Unfortunately I found absolutely nothing. They claim that similar products like this can be found in popular stores like Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom however theirs is not available there. They also claim that they have over 90% success rate and that women around the world are swearing by their product. Unfortunately though, I found no such thing as I researched online, in fact, quite the opposite. Regardless, I found absolutely no information about this product being available anywhere else aside from the official website which means that you can purchase Rapid Renewal Cream only through their “free” trial.
Please take note that the “Free” trial that they advertise can end up far from free. When you initially order you pay only $2.95 (which is actually $4.95 as per their Terms & Conditions which I found very strange) for shipping and handling. About 3-4 days after that you receive your package containing the 30 day supply of Rapid Renewal Cream anti-wrinkle serum. What you may have missed though is the tiny text at the bottom of the information page about the price. There they clearly state that your “free” trial is for 14 days only from the day you order. If you don’t cancel by the 14th day you are automatically charged $89.95 which is far more than I would expect paying for a product like this. In addition to this if you do not cancel you are automatically signed up for their auto-ship program which means that every month you will receive a new 30 day supply and in turn charged $89.92 plus shipping and handling. Of course, if you missed this important information and don’t check your bank statements often you may end up in the hole for quite a bit of money when you initially thought it was a free trial.
Dead Giveaways that the Website is a Scam
This does not go only for the official Rapid Renewal Cream website but just about any other supplement or anti-wrinkle serum website out there as it seems they are doing this quite often. If they make more claims of benefits than actually provide supported information about the ingredients and the way their product works then most likely the product is not effective enough to provide real information. If you feel like the website looks far too familiar that means that most likely it is copied directly from another website and they put little to no effort towards providing you with information. Lastly, if they are offering a free trial and their free trial is the only option available for purchase make sure that you read their terms and conditions or scroll all the way down before entering your billing information as somewhere towards the bottom of the page you will find terms as to what their “free” trial is and how long you have to cancel before being charged. There are far too many people out there being burned by this sort of SCAM and should be warned.
My Experience with Rapid Renewal Cream
Unfortunately this website was far too shady for me to risk providing them with my billing information. I did try and call them to get more information about the product and get a list of ingredients however it was nearly impossible to get someone on the phone. I called a total of 4 times and finally when I was disconnected after unsuccessfully trying to get someone on the line I gave up completely. It seems like they make it a point to be difficult to be contacted. I did not order the product and though I think perhaps Rapid Renewal Cream may be effective they certainly make it difficult to trust.
I would not recommend you trust the Rapid Renewal Cream website. If you find the product elsewhere and can purchase it direct rather than get scammed into their “free” trial offer and are provided with a list of ingredients then perhaps it would not hurt to try it but the official website seems to just want to scam you out of your money.