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Femora Anti Aging Face Cream

Femora Anti Aging Face Cream's free trial offer has pricing that is likely to cause wrinkles.

Ad Alert

Femora Anti Aging Face Cream

Imagine a skin cream that can revitalize your skin by reducing wrinkles, dark circles, puffiness, and discoloration. Many consumers may be willing to pay a high price for that kind of skin care. But imagine if it could be yours for free. Well now, it can. Sort of. Enter, Femora Anti Aging Face Cream, the latest in a long line of products promising to reverse the signs of aging in anyone who is willing to sign up for a free trial.

Except the trial isn’t exactly free. We checked the terms and conditions buried at the bottom of the Femora webpage, and found that the shipping is going to cost you $6.97 for a month’s worth of product. After this, if you take no action, you will automatically be billed the “low price” of $89.78  and you will continue to be billed each month after that for additional shipments unless you cancel.

To complicate things further, when we hit the Femora “order now” button, it redirected us to a page for a different skin care product. The trial order button for “Dermal Meds” on that page left out the word “free” and the terms referred to a $4.95 shipping charge and $94.19 cost for the cream. So, huh?

It also bears mentioning that Femora  makes some pretty dubious claims about the effectiveness of its cream and the “science” it employs to “heal the skin matrix,” citing the use of “whole collagen molecules” which allegedly reactivate collagen production in your skin.

Remember readers, marketing supplements as having the ability to treat, cure, alleviate the symptoms of, or prevent developing diseases and disorders is simply not permitted by law. If a supplement really could do all that, then it would be a drug subject to rigorous study and testing to gain FDA approval.

Offers like this are all over the internet. Make sure you read through a company’s terms and conditions before signing up for a free trial.

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