Illuminexa is an anti-aging skin cream that calls itself “the magic serum of youth”. It’s available through a free trial offer. Here’s our Illuminexa review.
What is Illuminexa?
Illuminexa is a new anti-aging skin cream that makes all of the same promises as other skin creams: it promises to transform your skin and help take 10 years off your appearance.
Best of all, the cream also claims to be available as part of a free trial offer. You just pay for shipping and you’ll receive a full-sized bottle of Illuminexa delivered to your address.
There’s nothing magic about how you apply Illuminexa: you wash your face with a normal cleanser, then apply Illuminexa to your entire face and let it absorb into the skin. By doing this daily, you can enjoy the moisturizing effects of Illuminexa over time.
How Does Illuminexa Work?
Illuminexa claims to work by using a handful of carefully selected anti-aging ingredients. Those ingredients include four core ingredients like:
— Argireline: Reduces wrinkles, fine lines, and crow’s feet by supplying your skin with the ingredients needed to produce collagen.
— Hyaluronic Corrosive: Provides a natural barrier against aging from within your skin.
— Acetyl Hexapeptide-8: Boosts collagen production beneath your skin.
— Granpowder Lumiere: Encourages your skin to maintain a “balanced glow”, according to the manufacturer.
Together, these four ingredients make up the core of the Illuminexa formula. In fact, as far as we know, these are the only four ingredients in the skin cream. The manufacturer doesn’t list any other skin cream ingredients or other information about how it works – like a clinical trial or scientific study, for example.
As mentioned above, the manufacturer of Illuminexa has chosen not to list its full range of ingredients. Instead, it only lists four of its ingredients, including:
If you mash all of these ingredients together, it doesn’t make a skin cream that can be applied onto your skin. Thus, we have to assume that there are other ingredients within Illuminexa – we just don’t know what those ingredients are.
Is the manufacturer of Illuminexa hiding some low-quality ingredients inside the formula? Is the lack of an ingredients label just an oversight? If I had to guess, it seems like the first option is more likely.
How to Use Illuminexa
Illuminexa seems to be fairly straightforward to use. The manufacturer claims you should follow these three steps:
— Step 1) Rinse your face with a mild facial cleanser
— Step 2) Apply the Illuminexa serum into your face and neck in a circular motion
— Step 3) Let the skin cream be absorbed into your face. After a few minutes, your skin will feel smooth. The ingredients penetrate your skin and are slowly absorbed over the course of the day.
How to Buy Illuminexa
Illuminexa is available online at the official Illuminexa website. You won’t find it sold on Amazon or any other online retailers.
Just like with a lot of low-quality skin creams, Illuminexa is incredibly overpriced, so it tries to lure people in with a “free trial” offer.
That free trial offer is only free for the first 14 days. After those 14 days are over, your credit card will be charged the full $84.95 price. You have to enter a credit card before you order the trial in order to pay the $5 shipping fee.
All of this information is hidden in the fine print of the Illuminexa ordering page. Technically, you agree to it when you sign up for the product. But at the same time, even a careful shopper might accidently overlook this online.
Currently, Illuminexa skin cream seems to be available exclusively in France. In France, you’ll be charged €5.94 for shipping and handling. You also have the opportunity to add a French language eBook to your order called Insider Health Secrets. That eBook claims to be only €0.44, but it’s actually €0.44 per month.
How does the manufacturer of Illuminexa get away with calling this a “free” trial? Well, you can contact Illuminexa within the 14 day period to request a refund. You need to pay for your own shipping to return the supplement, and your return may be subject to additional fees and taxes.
If you wait one day longer than the 14 day trial, then you’ll instantly be charged the full $85 price, and then you’ll continue to be charged that price every month until you cancel.
Who Makes Illuminexa?
The creators of Illuminexa have not disclosed any information about themselves online, making it difficult to determine the manufacturing conditions or any other information about how Illuminexa is made.
Ultimately, the high price tag and limited evidence for Illuminexa seems to suggest this isn’t a great way to spend $100 online. Unless you’re really desperate to try every anti-aging skin cream on the market, Illuminexa is one you should probably avoid.