Bella Fleur Review

Bella Fleur is an anti-aging formula that claims to rejuvenate your skin in a multitude of different ways – including reducing wrinkles and moisturizing. Here’s our review of Bella Fleur.

What is Bella Fleur?

Bella Fleur is an anti-aging skin cream that makes a surprising range of promises. First, it claims that it’s 100% natural and contains no synthetic compounds or artificial ingredients. It also claims to be manufactured entirely in the United States and has undergone clinical trials that have proven its effectiveness.

Some of the key ingredients in Bella Fleur include cucumber extract, Trylagen, and Vitamin E, all of which claim to moisturize and rejuvenate your skin.

Bella Fleur is available exclusively through a free online trial offer. You can’t purchase it in-store or anywhere else. You’ll need to pay $4.95 for this trial offer and then pay around $100 for the full-sized bottle 2 weeks afterwards.

How Does Bella Fleur Work?

Bella Fleur claims to offer enormous benefits. For example, the skin cream claims to lead to 39% wrinkle reduction and a 96% increase in skin elasticity.

Also known as “Water Lily Wrinkle Cream”, Bella Fleur doesn’t explain where these statistics come from or where the skin cream gets most of its power.

Instead, Bella Fleur really only lists four of its ingredients and claims that all of these ingredients lead to the benefits listed above. The four ingredients include:

— Trylagen: Trylagen is “composed of proteins and peptides” that restore the skin’s natural collagen production while reducing cellular damage – at least, that’s what the manufacturer says.

Argireline: Argireline reduces visible lines and wrinkles by 50 to 90%, according to a study that the manufacturer of Bella Fleur never links to or explains.

— Cucumber Extract: Cucumber extract acts as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, slowing down the visible signs of aging while reducing free radical damage.

— Vitamin E: Vitamin E fights against dryness and helps the skin retain its natural moisture. Vitamin E is also considered a powerful antioxidant because it can protect the skin from destructive UV exposure.

Depending on where you look, there may be other ingredients in Bella Fleur. A separate sales page for the same product, for example, claims that the skin cream contains Trylagen (as mentioned above), as well as additional ingredients like Vitamin A, Jojoba Seed Oil, and Green Tea Extract.

In any case, the manufacturer does provide a little more explanation about how the skin cream works. The manufacturer says the following:

“BellaFleur Anti-Aging Cream is an advanced anti-aging cream specially formulated to enhance skin hydration and firmness, in-turn reducing visible signs of aging…the unique blend of active ingredients in BellaFleur stimulates collagen and elastin production at a cellular level.”

That may sound scientific, but “stimulating collagen and elastin production” is a promise made by virtually every skin cream manufacturer – so it’s not that big of a deal.

Ultimately, BellaFleur’s methods of action can best be described as “unclear”.

Bella Fleur Ingredients

As mentioned above, we don’t know the full list of ingredients included in Bella Fleur. We do know that there are somewhere between 4 and 7 key ingredients, including some combination of all of the following:

— Trylagen
— Argireline
— Cucumber Extract
— Vitamin E
— Vitamin A
— Jojoba Seed Oil
— Green Tea Extract

How to Use Bella Fleur

The manufacturer recommends using a three step process to apply and enjoy the benefits of Bella Fleur. That three step process includes:

— Renew: Wash your skin with a gentle cleanser and pat dry.
— Revive: Apply Bella Fleur to your face and neck
— Replenish: Allow Bella Fleur to be absorbed into your skin

The manufacturer recommends applying Bella Fleur daily to achieve maximum benefits. To improve your skin health even further, you should also follow a balanced diet, get lots of exercise, and avoid using cheap makeup products.

How to Buy Bella Fleur

Bella Fleur is exclusively available through an online free trial offer. That free trial offer may sound great – but it actually costs about $200 USD within your first month.

You start by paying $4.95 USD for the trial’s shipping and handling fees. You’ll need to enter your credit card details to pay this fee.

Then, you have 14 days to receive the product in the mail (which can take about 7 to 10 calendar days), try the product, and decide whether or not you want the refund. You might only have 3 or 4 days to try the product before you need to ship it back to the manufacturer and request your full refund.

If you don’t return the product in time (within the 14 day trial period), then your credit card will immediately be charged the full price for Bella Fleur, which is $98.41.

That charge only covers the first skin cream bottle you received. 2 weeks after that first charge appears on your credit card, a second charge for $98.41 (includes shipping) will appear. Then, you’ll receive a second full-sized jar of Bella Fleur in the mail.

If you want to cancel this autoship subscription, then you’ll need to call 1-800-759-8620 and return your bottle of skin cream.

The creators of Bella Fleur have one of the most ridiculous refund policies I’ve ever seen: first of all, many customers online have complained that the company refuses to authorize any types of refunds.

Second, the company claims to give you a 100% refund on your purchase. But if you read the fine print, you’ll learn that your 100% refund policy is subject to a “restocking fee of 20% or $20 USD whichever is greater.”

There’s also a condition where if the product isn’t returned in perfect condition, then you may not receive your refund.

The biggest problem with this Bella Fleur scam is that all of the details are hidden deep within the company’s Terms and Conditions section: when you order the skin cream on the main sales page, there’s no fine print or terms and conditions you have to accept: most customers will only learn about these charges after they appear on their credit card.

Ultimately, the creators of Bella Fleur attempt to scam you into signing up for something you had no intention of purchasing in the first place. It’s another anti-aging skin cream scam.

Who Makes Bella Fleur?

In its terms and conditions section, Bella Fleur lists its manufacturer as Sherman Oaks Holdings LLC.

That company – understandably – doesn’t explain much information about itself online. But it does appear to be a legally registered corporation based in Florida.

Florida’s corporate business registry, for example, says that Sherman Oaks Holdings LLC was registered on January 1, 2015 and is based at the following address:

Sherman Oaks Holdings LLC
200C Central Avenue Suite 105
St Petersburg, Florida 33701

The corporation was registered by a woman named Shanya Kovacevich. A quick Google Search for that name reveals this LinkedIn profile for someone of that same name living in St Petersburg, Florida. On that LinkedIn profile, Shanya claims to be the owner of a business named BeanBrain.

Ultimately, Bella Fleur is yet another anti-aging skin cream scam that will probably be sold on the internet for a month or two before being shut down by some regulatory agency.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I tried bella fleur for $4.95 and got charged $98. They charged another $98 so I called them. Told me I was automatically billed for the 2nd shipment. I told them to cancel it and refund my money and was told they couldn’t because it was already on its way. I said fine but cancel all other future payments. Was told there might be a delay in canceling it. I told them there better not be unless they want to hear from my lawyer. No problem after that. Companies like these should not be allowed to remain in operation. All they do is lie and scam people.

  2. ALWAYS, ALWAYS READ THE FINE PRINT! I made this mistake 1 time & paid Dearly for NOT using my common sense & reading everything including the Fine Print!!! It’s next to impossible to get your money back & very hard to get an English speaking person to STOP AUTOMATIC PAYMENYS! I had to contact my CC holder & put an Emergency Stop for future transactions! I honestly do not understand why the Federal Trade Commission cannot shut these Frauduelent companies down?

  3. Check out internet scam first before buying this product. They continue to bill you monthly with their deceptive “fine print” disclaimer that puts you on a monthly billing cycle. They do not refund your money when they give you a RMA number. They should be called Bella Fraud! Oil of Olay was just as effective for a tenth of the price, which may be why they scam you to sell their product.

  4. The one consolation I have in this scam–yes, I bought the $4.95 and had my card charged for $98.00–is that I will be MUCH more careful in the future.

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