While on Facebook one day, I saw an ad about a housewife who had reduced her wrinkles with a secret formula instead of surgery. I was intrigued and went to the site. It showed Dr. Oz and/or Oprah, (can’t remember which) and pictures of how the lady reduced her wrinkles in a few days. I could order two products for free trials, with only having to pay the $5 shipping on each.
I decided as a comparison test maybe I would accept the trial. I started to fill in the information and then got side tracked. After a few minutes I got a phone call from the company wanting me to complete my order. I asked several questions first. Like did the 14 day trial start when I received the product, or when I ordered? If I did not like it did I have to return it? The answers were the trial started from day of order, so really it is not a 14 day trial. I did not have to send the product back if I decided to not continue and purchase the product. I determined that it was worth the $10 to try out this skin care so that I could compare it to my own anti-aging treatments of morning lifting and evening serums on infotinfo.com.
The products came very fast, in just a couple of days. I took before photos with my cell phone. I quit using my own products and used these two products exclusively so that I did not skew the test. Interestedly enough, one product was actually two in the box, serums for morning and evening. The other was a cream. I had been told to use one product in the morning and the other at night, but seeing that the serum instructions told me to use their two products at those times, I decided to just follow my own advise and use the serum first, and then after it was absorbed into the skin I applied the cream.
After a few days, I took more photos, like the website had done. I saw no difference, except I thought perhaps my marionette lines were a bit deeper. After using the products for a week, I again looked at my before pictures and decided that I really needed to return to my own serums that I normally used. The lines between my nose and chin were noticeably more pronounced.
When I called the company to cancel, the man asked why I was canceling but didn’t give me any arguments at all. This was strange, because in the past, anytime I have done a trial of anything, they wanted to convince me to continue. Instead of continuing the products, I have gone back to my normal treatments. I may even use a 20 day treatment to help to get my skin back to where it had been. I will probably use up the test products on my derriere, so that I don’t waste them. (Oh, is that my mother talking again? )
It was worth the $10 investment for me, because it again showed that the products that I sell are superior and cost less than others out there.
When getting ready to write this, I went back to Facebook and looked for the original ad so that I did not give any incorrect information. I could not find that ad, but I found two others. They were both for different products, but combined two to make it work. Would you believe, that all of them had the same before and after shots of the wrinkles as the one I ordered from! One of them even said the woman was from Pierson, Florida. That is my town and believe me, the town is so small, I know everyone, and this lady doesn’t live here! Do you think maybe this is a scam? (There’s my sarcasm again.)
For great skin care and anti-aging protection, do like I do and use the products from Infotinfo.com. We don’t give a free trial, but we stand behind our products. We have steady customers who order on a regular basis, without having to sign up for auto ship.