BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer Review: Buy or Bolt?

BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer Review

Anti-aging has become a very hot market. Because of that, several new products have recently been made available to the public. One such product is BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer. This product is VERY new at this point, so the information currently available is extremely limited. However, BioGeniste and their parent company, NetMarkets, LLC, claim that the BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer that they have developed contains Matrixyl, which will help to smooth and tighten your skin and reduce those fine lines and wrinkles.

How BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer WorksBioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer Review

BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer uses Matrixyl as its key ingredient, along with a lipopeptide. BioGeniste does not list the additional ingredients in the product; however, they do state that the unique combination assists in the smoothing of fine lines, increased skin hydration and dermal matrix restoration.

When used daily, BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer is supposed to absorb into your skin to instantly smooth expression lines and wrinkles and improve the firmness, clarity and hydration of the skin.

Pros and Cons of BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer

BioGeniste seems to promise an all-in-one solution to the majority of women’s issues with aging skin; however, we recommend that you review the pros and cons and perform your due diligence prior to making a decision to purchase this product or any others.

The Pros of BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer

  • Contains Matrixyl, which has been shown through several clinical studies to have remarkable anti-aging properties.
  • Offers a free, 14 day trial.
  • Cost of trial is $2.95 for shipping and handling.
  • BioGeniste offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Cons of BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer

  • Marketing on the website practically promises instant results, which

    is normally not a good sign.

  • When you sign up for the free trial, you are essentially agreeing to an auto-ship program. At the end of the 14 day period, which is precisely 14 calendar days from the date the order was placed, you will be billed for the price ($84.76) of the product you received. 30 days from the trial period expiration date, you will be billed $90.71 and shipped another bottle of BioGeniste Instant Wrinkle Reducer unless you contact the company to cancel your membership.
  • No information exists yet in forums or any other areas I can find because the product is new to the market. I consider this a negative because the company provides very little information on the product website.

Where to Buy BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer

Currently, the only place that you can purchase BioGeniste Instant Wrinkle Reducer is through the BioGeniste website.

Is BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer Recommended?

As there is extremely limited information about BioGeniste Instant Wrinkle Reducer available, I feel a bit apprehensive about recommending it. The inclusion of Matrixyl is intriguing; however, the lack of transparency on the product website, combined with the membership setup that they have on the site, which I feel is predatory, send up a red flag. With high cost auto-enroll programs like this, skepticism can sometimes be our best friend. I would personally steer clear.

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10 thoughts on “BioGeniste Wrinkle Reducer Review: Buy or Bolt?

  1. Meg

    Thanks for this information. I had been tempted since the results are supposed to be so great, but all of what you say here is a very valid reason to be skeptical. I think if the product truly works as well as they claim, there is no reason for the auto payment process. That makes me nervous. If it delivers on the promises, women would be lining up to buy this stuff!

  2. Patricia Lowell

    After ordering what I thought was a free trial of Biogeniste for only the price of the shipping, I was shocked to find that sixteen days later my bank account was charged $84.76. Note that this was not for a reorder but for the original 1 oz. of product they had already sent. As far as I am concerned this is fraud. Called the company and was told there was nothing I could do about it and she would cancel any further shipments. So much for their 100% satisfaction guarantee. Be careful as this is just a setup to get your money. I will contact Better Business and see what they think about this. All told the product is no better than any product you can buy over the counter for this purpose.

  3. Ruth Smith

    I also got what i thought was a free trial for my wife for $4.95, then one day i checked my credit card and i had a charge of $84.76. I called them and they said they would refund me 25% ( 21.19 ) And that i still owed $63.57 for what was supposed to be a free sample. Any way i canceled, but if i would’nt have 30 days later they would charge $90.71 and sent another bottle.
    I still have yet to see anything on their ad about canceling before 14 calander days or you will be billed $84.76.

    Beware of free samples

  4. Theresa G

    I too had problems with this company, Biogeniste. In January 2012, I thought I was going to try a “free trial Sample” of a wrinkle cream and all I had to pay was the $4.95 shipping. (This is where they get you to give them your debit or credit card number) When I received the product, the pump was broken but I didn’t think anything of it because again, it was a “free trial sample”. Feb 27, a withdraw of $84.76 had shown up on my bank account. I called the bank and they told me if I cancel my debit card the fee would not go through because I caught it in time. However it still was. In March I was issued a refund but taken back out the next day. (This is how the company received more bank information.) At the end of April I was told, from my bank, that Biogeniste sent them a 9 page fax explaining if I wrote a letter and send them my certified mail receipt and proof the company received it, I would get my refund. I did this within an hour. My bank faxed all documents requested and still nothing. Today (June 7, 2012) another $84.76 was taken from my account. Again, I called the bank, I was told that the company refuses to give any refund at all and I will now have to take it up with the company. Please, for your own safety and peace of mind do not try or look at their so called “free trial sample”!!!!!!!

  5. linda owens

    I too received what I thought was a free trail. When I received my bill I was angry for being misled. I called and after telling them how unhappy I was with a bill that I felt like I was tricked into, they agreed to give me half off the price and took me off of the auto delivery and canceled my account.I finished useing the serum and I have to admit that I LOVE the product.

  6. Robin P

    DO NOT TRY THE SAMPLE!!! I have had so much trouble with them! I ordered the sample and called two weeks later to cancel. Was told I had to send the bottle back. What a pain, but I did send it back the next day. While I was on the phone canceling, they sent me an email confirming my cancellation. Then I got my credit card bill and I was charged. I request the paperwork from the CC company to dispute the charge, but called Biogeniste Customer Service the next day to ask that they issue a refund so I don’t have to dispute. They said that I agreed to this charge and that I needed proof that I had sent it back and that I was lying that I had spoken with a customer service rep. They said that I canceled through their automated system which isn’t true at all. Then today (the day after) I got an email saying that they would refund my money but if I disputed the charge, they were going to prosecute ME for fraud!!!! The whole thing stinks of scam to me. I don’t care about the product. No product is worth that kind of hassle. Supposedly they’ve processed the credit, but I can only hope it actually happens.


  7. susan henning

    I did not ok their taking 29.95 out of my checking account and I did not agree to pay 29.95 and keep the product. THEY TOOK THE MONEY OUT OF MY ACCOUNT BEFORE I WAS THROUGH WITH THE PHONE CALL. You do not talk to a person or an operator as they say; it is all done with a computer. There is no help, there is no free sample. It costs the 4.95 you paid plus 29.95. They are thieves because they take money from you without your permission. I am contacting the better business bureau immmediately.

  8. lorrie jimenez

    Same problem. they trick you into thinking you are getting a free trial!!! then charge you 84 bucks. Then when canceling (no matter how many times I said STOP sending me anything) the operator kept saying well were gonna send you….. then you gotta cancel again…. NO NO NO NO!! this is crap DONT DO IT!!!

  9. deborah D

    Crappy product and they keep taking money out of your account. Sent back both the trial (that I thought was a 14 day supply) but they charged for me it because I didn’t call them within the 14 days. Thought that it was taken care of.What a nightmare company to deal with. Stay as far away from them as possible. They are what my grandfather would call “shysters.”


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