Have you seen the Advertisements for Meaningful Beauty by Cindy Crawford?
Watching the commercial for 5 minutes it (almost) convinced me I had to buy this product!
Wouldn’t it be great to look like Cindy Crawford?
Have beautiful, glowing and seemingly ageless, wrinkle-free skin?
Here is what you will receive, according to their website:
Get Meaningful Beauty a complete Anti Aging System by Cindy Crawford
The price includes:
- Skin Softening Cleanser
- Antioxidant Day Crème
- Anti-Aging Night Crème
- Lifting Eye Crème
- Firming Chest & Neck Crème
Plus, 3 FREE Bonuses:
- Deep Cleansing Masque
- Travel Size Glowing Serum
- Wrinkle Smoothing Capsules
I’s tempting to grab the phone and call in for a FREE Trial offer!
After all, if it is a free trial offer you cannot lose, right?
Well, I decided to do a little research first and found mixed reviews about the company.
When you sign up for Free Trial offers you will need to provide your address and
of course Credit Card or PayPal information.
Often when you order a “supposedly free Trial” you have a certain period, let’s say 30 days to try it.
Your product may not even arrive in this time, or very shortly before the Trial period ends.
So you might not have any time at all to test the product!
It also means that your Credit Card will already be charged since all the Beauty products have an automatic
monthly renewal (unless you cancel at a certain time).
Good luck getting your money back at this point.
Personally I have not tried this product and cannot say if it holds true to it’s promise.
It might or might not work.
I am always skeptical when I hear about a certain “wonder”ingredient that is supposed to be the answer
to all your Beauty Problems.
It’s amazing how these ingredients are always coming from an exotic tropical location or fancy remote place in Europe.
So after reading a few complaints I have decided not to try it. I will rather buy some other
“Miracle skin Cream” from my local Drug Store.
Lots of promises on their packages as well!
Before buying a product on impulse on TV, do a little research.
Read reviews and opinions from actual users.
But be careful, some sites review a product because they are paid by the Company or have received Free
Samples as Incentive.
Their review may be biased and I would regard these sites more like advertisements than actual reviews.
If you are still interested, get more details >> HERE.
Have you tried this product or have experience with ordering As Seen On TV Products?
Did you like the Shopping experience?
What about refunds?
Let us know how hard is it to get your money back in case you are not satisfied!