Veloura Review: How Effective Is This Product?
What You Should Know About This Product
Veloura is a cream that promises fewer wrinkles and smooth skin within two weeks. The company cites clinical trials that showed the user had less fine lines and wrinkles anywhere the cream is used. Veloura can be used on the arms, neck, face, hands and more. Veloura claims to reduce wrinkles in half thanks to pure ingredients. In addition to being an anti-aging cream, Veloura also helps get rid of stretch marks.
Veloura offers a 14-day free trial offer. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee for regular (non-trial) orders. After 14 days, customers will be charged $89.99 for their trial bottle of Veloura and $69.99 every 30 days thereafter.
Ingredients Contained In The Product
Centella Asiatica, Gatuline A, Sepilift DPHP, Aloe Vera, Allantoin
Veloura – Product Description
Veloura claims to moisturize the skin and reduce wrinkles with a clinically tested formula. The ingredients in Veloura are purportedly clinically tested to rejuvenate, heal, soothe, firm and moisture the skin, while stimulating collagen and reducing wrinkles and stretch marks. Veloura is made in the U.S.A. and took five years to create. It claims to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles while reducing all wrinkles in half in just two weeks. Veloura can be used all over the body – on the face, hands, arms, neck and more.
Veloura – Advantages
- Veloura offers a free trial bottle
- There is a 30-day money-back guarantee
- Claims to change skin in two weeks
- There are positive customer testimonials on the website
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Removes wrinkles and stretch marks
Veloura – Drawbacks
- There are clinical trials that claim to support the ingredients in Veloura, however you cannot view them on the website.
- Veloura is very expensive at nearly $70 per one month supply
- Customer only has 14 days to decide if the product works
- The “free” trial bottle is not free as the customer will be charged $89.99 if he decides to keep it.
Veloura – The Bottom Line
Veloura claims to reduce fine lines and wrinkles almost completely and that it works in as little as two weeks. There are before and after photos and customer testimonials on the Veloura website which support these claims. Plus, to further entice customers, there is a free trial bottle offered. However, this bottle is not free. If the customer decides he likes Veloura, he will have to pay $89.99 for the privilege of keeping the “free” trial bottle. Plus, unless a customer cancels, he will be charged $69.99 each month thereafter for Veloura. This is an expensive skin cream, so a customer would have to decide if it’s worth the money.