Collagen Restore is a new beauty formula available exclusively to UK residents. Here’s our Collagen Restore review.
What is Collagen Restore?
Collagen Restore is an anti-aging skin cream that is currently only available to residents of the United Kingdom.
The skin cream claims to smooth out fine lines on your face in order to restore radiant skin and brighten your appearance. It also claims to reduce the appearance of acne, reduce redness and inflammation, and heal your skin in a multitude of other ways.
The cream is available through an exclusive trial offer priced at around £5, although the full-sized skin cream costs £95 per bottle.
The manufacturer claims to use only premium quality ingredients when formulating Collagen Restore.
To find out how Collagen Restore works, read the next section.
How Does Collagen Restore Work?
Collagen Restore claims to work using three active ingredients. Those active ingredients include:
— Argireline NP
— ProBioBalance CLR NP
— Vitamin F, C, and E
These are really the only ingredients listed on the Collagen Restore sales page at the time of writing. The company claims that these ingredients have powerful effects on the skin – like reducing dark circles and eye bags, making your skin more even and toned, and improving the elasticity of your skin.
Despite the bold claims made by the manufacturer, there doesn’t appear to be any evidence backing up these claims. We would have liked to see scientific studies, clinical trials, or other evidence showing that Collagen Restore actually works as advertised.
For example, it seems inaccurate for the manufacturer of Collagen Restore to compare this topical cream to Botox and other invasive surgeries. They seem to suggest that Collagen Restore can be an equally as effective replacement for Botox and major treatments:
“Say goodbye to Botox and expensive visits to the surgeon’s office.”
Other bold claims include “look 10 years younger today”. No skin cream works that fast!
Ultimately, it’s hard to believe any of these claims when there’s limited evidence suggesting that Collagen Restore actually works.
Collagen Restore Ingredients
The manufacturer of Collagen Restore has chosen to list only five of its ingredients, including:
— Argireline NP
— ProBioBalance CLR NP
— Vitamin F
— Vitamin C
— Vitamin E
The manufacturer claims that this formula is a
“unique blend of naturally potent anti-ageing [sic] ingredients, which are designed to fight signs of ageing by increasing collagen production and restoring your skin’s natural plumpness, leaving skin soft and supple.”
How to Use Collagen Restore
The creator of Collagen Restore recommends using the following three step process to ensure Collagen Restore works as effectively as possible:
— Step 1) Wash and dry your face
— Step 2) Apply Collagen Restore Age Repair Formula
— Step 3) Allow time to absorb. Use twice daily for best results.
The manufacturer claims you can expect to see noticeable results from Collagen Restore in as little as 30 days.
How to Buy Collagen Restore
Collagen Restore is exclusively available to residents of the United Kingdom and it’s only available through a “free” trial offer. That trial offer gives you one full-sized bottle of Collagen Restore cream at an initial price of only £4.95. However, you’ll eventually have to pay nearly £100 for just a single bottle of the cream.
Here’s how the not-so-free trial works:
— You enter your credit card to pay £4.95 today for “Postage & Packaging”. You have to enter a credit card to pay this charge, and then you’ll received a full-sized shipment of Collagen Restore in the post a few days later.
— You have 14 days to try the skin cream and assess its effects on your skin. If you don’t like the skin cream, or don’t notice its benefits, then you’ll need to contact the manufacturer within 14 days and cancel your trial.
— If you don’t cancel your trial within 14 days, you’ll eventually be charged a full price of £95. That enormous price covers the skin care product you have already received and used.
— Then, within 30 days of when you first ordered the trial, your same credit card will be charged £95 again and you’ll receive another shipment of Collagen Restore in the post.
— You’ll continue receiving monthly shipments of Collagen Restore for 95 until you cancel. This is called an autoship program.
You can cancel this program at any time by calling 0800 611 8135. That customer support line claims to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All of this information is hidden in very small text at the bottom of the Collagen Restore ordering form. Technically, you check the box saying you accept all these terms and conditions, although realistically, most customers will miss the fine print before they order, which is why the £200 of credit card charges that appear in the first 30 days can be such a nasty surprise.
Who Makes Collagen Restore?
In the product’s terms and conditions section, you’ll learn that it’s made by a company that calls itself Collagen Restore Ltd.
That company lists its return address as the following location in the Netherlands:Collagen Restore Ltd.
2741 PT Waddinxveen, Holland
You can contact the company by calling 0800 611 8135. You can also email [email protected] The manufacturer does not appear to sell any other skin creams or nutritional supplements under this brand name, and Googling that phone number only reveals search results about Collagen Restore.
Ultimately, Collagen Restore is one of the most expensive skin creams on the market today, priced at a whopping £95 per small bottle. Combined with the scammy autoship program, the mysterious list of unproven ingredients, and the lack of clinical trials, all of this evidence suggests that Collagen Restore may not be the high-quality anti-aging skin cream that the manufacturer claims it is.