Junisse Review


Junisse Skin Care

Junisse calls itself “Modern Skin Care.” It claims to use advanced scientific formulas with 100% natural ingredients in order to restore collagen, reduce wrinkles, and repair fine lines.


Basically, Junisse claims to make you look significantly younger. It’s a powerful moisturizer which you apply after you wash and dry your face.

Made in the USA with natural ingredients, Junisse seems to be a cut above other anti-aging skin care products. But is Junisse really any good at reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles? Let’s find out today in our Junisse Skin Care review.

What is Junisse?

Junisse (not to be confused with Jeunesse) is an anti-aging serum which moisturizes your skin in order to reduce wrinkles and boost collagen production. Oddly enough, Junisse doesn’t really advertise its ingredients on the official website.

Instead, the manufacturer of Junisse claims that it uses two different ingredients: Polymoist-PS and Matrixyl 3000. These are two proprietary formulas which we’ve seen in other skin care products – including Raviderm.

Polymoist-PS is a blend of peptides. Peptides are chains of amino acids linked by peptide bonds. You don’t need to know that, but what you do need to know is that peptides are used to heal the skin and promote facial elasticity. That means fewer wrinkles.

Matrixyl 3000, on the other hand, can be ordered online from Amazon and other retailers on its own. However, it’s difficult to identify the ingredients within Matrixyl 3000. The product simply describes itself as “an alternative to Retin A” which increases collagen synthesis by “up to 350%”.

Those claims may be true, but since Junisse doesn’t fully disclose its ingredients, it’s difficult to verify these claims.

Benefits of Junisse

Junisse claims to offer some powerful anti-aging benefits. Its three main benefits include:

— Reduce Wrinkles
— Reduce Fine Lines
— Restore Collagen

Collagen is what gives your skin a healthy, youthful glow. It’s a protein that provides firmness to our skin. As our bodies age, our collagen production drops significantly, which is the number one reason why our skin develops wrinkles and lines.

Restoring collagen production can naturally improve your skin’s “glow” while reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

How to Use Junisse

Junisse comes with easy instructions. The manufacturer advertises a three step process when using Junisse:

Step 1) Wash and dry your face

Step 2) Apply Junisse anti-wrinkle cream

Step 3) Allow time for the product to absorb before washing it off

Users are advised to apply the skin cream twice per day for maximum results. You can apply it after washing your face in the morning, for example, and apply it again at night before you go to sleep.

Buying Junisse Online

There’s only one place you can buy Junisse online, and that’s the official Junisse website. The Junisse website is also where you find the risk-free trial offer for Junisse.

Of course, like everything on the internet, that “risk-free trial offer” isn’t totally free or genuine. Here’s how it works:

— When ordering your free Junisse trial, you’ll enter a credit card. Your credit card will be charged $3.95 shipping and $1.00 handling, although you won’t be charged anything for the product itself.

— Your trial will arrive within 3 to 5 business days

— 14 days after you purchased the trial (not after you receive Junisse), your credit card will be charged $98.67. Amazingly, Junisse claims that this $98.67 charge is “for the trial bottle you received.”

— Every 30 days, your credit card will be charged $98.67 (plus $8.95 shipping and handling) and you’ll receive a full 30 day supply of Junisse at your doorstep.

— Your credit card will continue to be charged until you cancel. You can cancel by calling Junisse customer service at 925-255-2620.

If you don’t like the Junisse autoship program, then you can buy Matrixyl 3000 from other retailers, including Amazon. Matrixyl 3000 is the active formula within Junisse – although its exact ingredients and mechanisms are undisclosed.

Conclusion: Who Should Use Junisse?

If you’ve grown frustrated with the appearance of lines and wrinkles on your face, then Junisse may be able to reverse those changes and restore youthful vitality to your skin.

The manufacturer of Junisse claims that thousands of women are already using the product. It also claims that the ingredients are 100% natural and that the product is backed by “all science” and “no fiction.”

I’d love to say those claims are true, but I can’t: Junisse hasn’t published its list of ingredients nor has it disclosed exactly what’s inside the Matrixyl 3000 formula. That doesn’t necessarily mean this skin cream doesn’t work, but it does make it a little mysterious.

With a little more clinical testing, Junisse may reveal itself to be a good product. At this point, it’s too early to definitively say whether or not it actually is a good product. Wait for more testing and scientific evidence before you buy Junisse online.

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  1. it is not even about product; it is how they scam people; he asked me who did i give my email adress???; i said this is not the point, they bridging they own contract; they charging full prize trial But the product is delivered product after a month; phyisically we do not have chance to try the product, n they charge us for ut, n has nothing to do with small print, they are scammers!!!

  2. I wished that I red the fine print and research on Fraud and Scam from this company before placing an order.
    I order a trial product online 2 weeks ago without knowing that I will be enrolled on this monthly payment. I received the product within 1 week. After 1 week of trying the product which I had taken photos before and after. I have reaction to the cream and had a lot of break outs from it. I immediately discontinued the product and my skin is healing. Today, I logged online to check my bank statement and noticed that I received another charge of $89.95 on my account. I called the company questioning the charge and was told that it is a monthly charge and shipment. The Rep said she can give me a 30% refund from the charge but I told her no because I have a reaction to it and can’t use it anymore. She then said she can refund me 50%, then 60% then 75%. I said I would like to speak to the Manager. She connected me to the Supervisor who is no help. She explained the policy and said she can only give me 50% refund which I don’t know if this is true or not with what everyone is going through. I immediately asked them to give me their name, and the cancellation confirmation # in case you need to file a lawsuit against them or battle this case to get your money refunded. Please please do not order from this company or else you will regret. I will continue to check my bank account next month to see if I continue to get any charge. Good luck to those who are still battling to get refunds.

  3. Beware! I got a “free sample” from them under the name of Ombia Derma that’s supposed to reduce wrinkles. It does no more than my normal skincare products – except that they started charging me $94.57 per month for automatic shipments. I stopped that and had to argue like hell to get even 75% of my money back (they don’t want the product to be shipped back). But it gets worse! They actually charged me $94.57 for the FREE sample! Yes! Apparently, they feel protected by a lot of fine print but I’ve disputed that charge on my card. But wait! There’s more! I also got some HUGE fraudulent charges on the same credit card shortly after my dealings with this company. Coincidence? I doubt it. RUN. RUN. RUN. DO NOT CALL AND WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T GIVE THEM YOUR CC NUMBER!!!

  4. Thus is a scam they charged me two times on my credit card and I called them they are very rude please stay away from this .

  5. SCAM ALERT. I ordered in Aug of 2015, called and cancelled all shipments. All is well and good right, WRONG. Today April 7, 2006, I got a collections notice for $ 96 and $98. I called and he told me that is what I owed and there is nothing they can do about it. He said there was no record of me calling and if I didn’t have a cancellation number that I would have to pay the almost $200 and if I didn’t pay they would take it from my social security. DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS PLACE!!!!!!!! Should be able to do something about companies like that.

    • agree it did nothing ???? and when I tryed to call and cancel I could not get threw and I was charged the 98.67 and 96.86 what a scam I was told I would not get charged and they did anyway

  6. These people are a complete scam. They have scammed my bank account for 1248.00 They will not help you at all. I have filed claims with my bank CHASE on 3 consecutive times. The bank keeps coming back and reversing the reversed charge. Please never get involved with these people. I am gong to take this to a lawyer. I think we should all make a class action lawsuit against these people.

    • Doree, have you gotten any traction with filing a suit? Shame on me for not reading the terms but one thing I’d like to add is that on the website, as you click thru the screens to complete the “free” trial, after your order goes thru it says the opposite: it says that your order is not complete and that you need to continue to checkout. If you proceed, it charges you for ANOTHER product. That is definitely a scam! That has nothing to do with their contract.

  7. Here’s what I do…..purchase a visa card for $10.00 for these trials. Receive your product and no more charges will ensue cuz there’s no money on the card!!

    • That’s what I did. Guess what? Today I received a letter from a collection agency. I am beyond ticked off. I will file a claim with them. But it’s just the hassle and principle of it.

  8. Wish I would have seen all of these before I got sucked in. Your 14 day trial starts the day you place the order. REALLY? How can you try something you don’t even have in your hands??? I was billed for the trial shipments of Junisse and Rejuviderm. And then the same day there were 2 more 4.99 eco-ship charges. I should have called. I assumed I was getting billed for the trial products as well as the shipping. Figured for $10 it was cheaper than trying to call. And then today a $98.67 charge on my card and a $96.86 pending charge. I called. Dorneik was very helpful. We’ll see if everything is actually credited and cancelled. She explained that people call when they receive it so they get the actual 14 day trial! Where was THAT information in the fine print???? I always check these things out – I guess it was the lure of losing some wrinkles (which it didn’t do for me) that got in the way of my logical mind. If it seems too good to be true…

  9. Hi, I am greatful to learn from you all who have ordered the Junisse. However what I would still like to learn is there a way to help with the issue we all want to know. What products out there help with fine lines, wrinkles and collagen that are not a scam? I currently have been using is clinical products. First facial wash and then add pro-heal serum advance, then add Youth eye complex and final step reparation Moisture Emulsion. I feel it help, but over all isn’t promoting collagen. Is there any advise from a anyone?

  10. I cancelled this product on 11-12-2015.and I’m still getting billed for it. My face became itchy and I called to called to cancel it and spoke to Nicole. So not charge me again or send me more products. Please let me know that you received this e-mail and will stop billing my account.

  11. Do NOT under any circumstances order this product, Junisse or their other one called Rejuviderme!! I saw a great video online showing amazing, instant results & was offered both samples for $1.00 each. Fine, I thought, if I don’t like it, I can always cancel before they send the next month’s supply. A mere TWO WEEKS LATER, I find 2 extra charges on my card for $98 & $96 & I STILL have not received either sample. My bank gave me numbers to call them & I talked to a very sweet young gal who tried to be helpful. She offered to resend the samples, but would not (or could not) refund my money. She kept offering me discounts (half price, then 65% off), for what she wasn’t clear…. a partial refund or off the next 2 bottles??? It turns out the huge charges were not for the next month’s shipment, to enroll you for monthly orders, as I gathered from the ad, but the huge charges were for THE SAMPLES, which I never received, & which the ad claimed would only cost me $1.00 a piece!! She gave me a # to call the USPS to get a claim # & she gave me the tracking #, which said I’d already received the “samples” (I did not). Supposedly the USPS claim # will allow her to refund the 2 huge charges. I’ll believe it when I see it. WARNING – SCAM!!

  12. I have received my shipment and I was surprised at how much the product was and it was my fault that I didn’t read the fine print. I called customer service and they were very helpful. I was really satisfied with the Junisse Gold Serum Anti Aging formula. It works great for acne on the face and back! Within only a couple days the pimples were almost completely gone! It worked so quickly that I wished we had taken before and after pictures. I actually kept my subscription and you can actually tell them to send it to you as much or as little as you want. I recommend the Gold Serum for acne… Great product! Promotes healing.

    • I take it back. I had no idea at least two companies have been charging over $200 every two week to my account since October…it is now the end of December and I am still not sure how much they have stolen from me. I did not receive the shipments and honestly the only reason why I caught this is because the same day I receive a skin cream that I did not want I was receiving phone calls from my payments declining.
      The Gold Serum does work for acne…but I did not sign up for this. I could have had a spa day, botox, and a complete makeover with all the money they have taken so far. I am totally upside down and don’t know how long it will take to get right side up at this point. I am really frustrated, angry, and feel like a fool, even after I spoke to customer service. I really thought she was trying to help me. I was totally taken advantage of. When I found out, I was upset and venting and I found out it happened to a co-worker of mine, and she didn’t catch it until they took over $1500.

  13. I called them today because they so called sent a second Junisse and I never received it! Yesterday, they told me to call the Post Office to see where the package was delivered. Today, upon calling them again, they tell me it is $4.95 for the sample, then $98.67 a few weeks later for the sample! Where was that cost in fine print? Now, the P.O. said they delivered a package to my mail box, but whose mailbox, never received one, but was charged another $98.67 for the second bottle, which now they say they never sent! They finally offered to refund me $64.00, I told them where to go. The day I called to cancel any future orders, I was asked “would you purchase it for $64.00, I said no, then was asked “would you purchase it if I gave you the employee price of $22. Why do they charge $98.67, if you can purchase it for $22? Biggest scam around! Doesn’t work, not worth the headaches!

  14. indeed, it’s a scam!!! The product does not work as advertised and their 30 day money back guarantee is NOT true either! Please do not ever order from them, if you do not want to be scammed!

  15. I’ve had the same experience as Mona. And am now out $213.00. The Junisse co. actually posted their bills to my credit card on 8/7 (for the trial bottle at $4.95) and on 8/20 ($98.67), 14 days apart. Thus, I had LESS THAN 14 days for the trial period when the time for mailing is figured in. Unfortunately, I had no idea that they were going to charge us $98.67 per month until I received my recent credit card statement which contained the 8/20 cost as well as another one for 9/4 in the amount of $98.67. What a Scam!!

  16. I also ordered online, Junisse & Rejuvaderme. From the day I ordered, it took more than a week to receive it. Unfortunately, I did not read the fine print either. The products didn’t really do anymore than my other products. So I was disappointed. But I’m really mad that people don’t even get enough time to use it before they are charged again. How do we know if it’s even going to work. This seems to be a big scam just to get money out of hard working people. I’ve emailed a request to cancel my membership & I’m still waiting for a reply. I cancelled back on 9/13/15. I keep getting the same answer that they will contact me in 24 to 48 hours. I guess I will call now. Will probably have to close my account.

  17. Bad customer service they lied and said I have never called in when I have my sprint bill to prove it. They didn’t want to refund my money. Making a claim with my bank. This is illegal!

  18. Thanks for the heads-up on the auto-ship program (I really must start reading all the fine print)! I just received my “free sample” and started using the product yesterday. I’ll keep you posted on the results! :-)

      • Well, the results were minimal. I did notice a slight difference, skin was smoother and had a more even tone; however, it really didn’t really rid me of fine lines, like I had hoped. I will not be a continued consumer. I’ve received similar results from Olay products I’ve purchased a the drug store. Don’t waste your money! :-)

  19. I subscribed to have a trial offer of Junisse, I was then charged $ 98.67, which I understood. I had no idea that I would be charged monthly. I am very upset. I cannot afford this charge. I have contacted my bank and will be in contact with you. This has created a hardship! Cheryl J Baker

    • Cheryl,

      Thanks for leaving a comment. I’m sorry to hear that you weren’t aware of their autoship policy. This day in age, every single piece of fine print must be read before placing an order. Hopefully you can get in contact with them and get your money back.

      But please know that we do not sell this product. We only provided a review.

      — Supplement Police

    • I subscribed for the free trial. sent them a letter not to charge me or send me anymorre that If I wanted more products I would order when ready. Well today they have charged my debit card for $96.86 and $98.67. I am waiting for my bank to open to cx. I have tried to call them they are not open as of yet. I will not do anym,ore TRIAL orders.

  20. So glad to find someone who get the scam! I just don’t know how to bring this scam into people’s attention. I just got charged by them for all the amount you just described. Unfortunately I didn’t have enough money in my account and so got charged for overdraft fees. BE AWARE! THEY FREE, JUST PAY FOR SHIPPING AND HANDLING, it’s not true because I was told by customer care that all thi money is the real price of the so called sample. THIS ADD WAS POSTED ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE SO BE CAREFUL!

    • Thanks I just got it in the mail and will send back , they should not charge your card !! I use vit c oil from piping rock it’s 5$ works great on wrinkles ! I bought expensive lines that did not work including freeze 24-7

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