Purely Organic Marseilles IL Review

Stay away from this company. I have not noticed any difference. The Release Cream does make my skin smooth, but other products will do that that aren’t so expensive. It’s $89 a month for both the eye cream and the release cream. I called them when I received my shipment because I wasn’t aware this was a renewable product and that it would be so expensive. They aren’t sending it everymonth anymore. I can’t even find their phone number now. I did some research online and everyone ie calling this a scam. At first I thought it was just a billing thing, but no everyone is complaining this company does not have a quality product that it doens’t do anything. The eye cream is supposed to get rid of eye bags, it doesn’t or at least hasn’t so far for me. The release cream is supposed to get rid of wrinkles and fine lines, I don’t have those so I obviously don’t need that product. It’s a scam all over the internet one person even said they have a F rating on BBB that’s enough for me to want to cancel with them. 3 different websites gave me different phone numbers for them and none of them work, stay away. I will find them and I will cancel their products. If not I guess I’ll be calling my bank to put a stop payment on them.

United States

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Beauty Aids, Beauty Products, Beauty/ Skincare, Cosmetics, Cosmetology/ Beauty, Health & Beauty, Skin Care Eye Serums

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