What is Radiant Allure?
Radiant Allure anti-aging skin care is an all natural Botox free skin rejuvenation serum which promises to rejuvenate your skin, getting rid of fine lines wrinkles and dark circles under the eyes. It is the latest in a long line of such products that promises to completely remake your skin the natural way to overcome the effects of aging on the skin.
The advertising material for this product is very similar to that of previous products which have now been withdrawn from the market. Some of the claims which show up in all of these advertising campaigns are-
- Getting rid of wrinkles at the cellular level
- Uncovering Hollywood’s best kept secret
- Limited time offer
- 30 day trial. Reduce fine lines
- Lift sagging skin
The marketers of Radiant Allure even referred to exactly the same statistics used by previous skin care product websites. These are that the product will . . .
- Decreased wrinkles and fine lines by 84%
- Mike Skinner 95% tighter
- Decrease dark circles under the eyes by 73%
It seems quite a coincidence that different products could have exactly the same percentage changes. Yet, there’s more. Just as with previous products, Allure claims to be able to counter the effects of emotional stress on the skin. By the application of it’s all natural products, it states that it can make a person look ten years younger.
What Are the Ingredients?
The official website for Radiant Allure does not list any of the ingredients in this product. That is an alarming omission, which should raise major red flags all over the place. If you are unable to find out what is contained in a product, you cannot have any confidence whatsoever in its ability to work as claimed.
The manufacturers do claim that the product is not FDA approved. However, the provide nothing in the way of solid evidence or scientific studies to show just how it works.
How Do You Use The Product?
To use this product, you need to follow three simple steps:
- Wash your face with a gentle soap. Dry off completely.
- Apply a finger tip’s amount of the product to your face and neck.
- Give the cream abut 15 minutes to penetrate the skin and then wipe any residue clear.
Pure Radiance VS Radiance Allure
The people behind Radiance Allure are also marketing an almost identical product known as Pure Radiance. The official websites for the two products are exactly the same time from the product names. Both offer the same trial offer with very similar fine print details.
What is the Cost?
Both Radiance Allure and Pure Radiance invite you to enter your credit card details to receive a 30-day free trial offer. However, once you enter your details you find out that the trial offer only lasts for 14 days, during which time you are able to cancel. They also provide a four dollar discount on shipping to bring the the initial cost UK to $4.95.
It is not until you read the fine print that you find out what the real cost of the product is if you do not cancel within the first 14 days then your credit card will be charged as follows . . .
“By submitting, you consent to having read and agreed to our Terms & Conditions and after your 14-day trial period has expired, being enrolled in our membership program for $89.53 plus shipping per month. You can cancel anytime by calling (877) 977-2077.”
The same fine print details apply to Pure Radiance, except that, this time, the monthly fee will be $88.78 plus shipping, which is not disclosed.
Who is Behind this Product
The manufacturers of both products do provide the following as a mailing address . . .
PO Box 41542, St Petersburg, FL 33743
The following email address for enquiries is also provided . . .
The phone number for enquiries is (877) 977-2077.
Both Radiant Allure and Pure Radiance appear to be carbon copies of many other all natural skincare products which have proven to be nothing more than a scam.
If you wish to try the product on the basis of the 14-day trial, it is absolutely essential that you cancel within that time to prevent your credit card being charged every month. If you are not prepared to take that risk, we advise staying well away.