Cream has a beautiful smell, you apply a small amount to the face and I saw results of finer lines in a week, it’s fantastic, you can feel it working and is safe for sensitive skin. A must buy
Terrible product + scam! Stay away!
I'm not absolutely sure if this is the same product and apologize for placing a review here if it's not.
But I accepted an internet offer for a free sample of Immortal Well face cream for only the cost of shipping (about $10) to be charged to my credit card in June of 2019. They then mailed me four more jars, that I never wanted nor asked for, over the following two months at a cost of almost $376 more charged on my credit card. This was not at all made clear in the original "free offer" ad. When I called to tell them that I did not want, n...
Purchased in June 2019 at Internet offer for A$386.00.
Don't fall the free trial, pay only shipping. It is a scam. They charged me another $93.85 for that "free" trial SCAM
Shipping only trial is a scam! They will charge in a few days the full amount of product which for me was $93.85 Do not fall for this ad. It presents itself as Robin McGraw product
Purchased in July 2019 at On line for A$93.85.
The best moisturizer i have used
My skin felt tighter and my age marks almost disappeared. I used another brand for a little while but then went back to Immortal and I could see the change almost immediately.
Purchased in June 2015 at other for A$39.95.
Love this product, just can't seem to buy it anywhere
I have used the product for quite a few years and simply love it. I did use to purchase via mail order. Never had a problem with supply. I can't seem to obtain via mail any more. Does anyone know where to purchase this product now.
Purchased in January 2019.
Love it, been using it for 4 yrs! But unfortunately Target not selling it anymore :( they were cheaper
Keep my skin nice and soft & smooth...also I had wrinkles in my upper chest which i apply this cream every night before bedtime, no wrinkles, been using this cream over 4 years
Purchased in January 2015 at Target for A$30.00.
No products recieved, money deducted from Credit card, scammers
Firstly I agree with the previous comments about the jar pump not working and only half full jars but my biggest problem is in the recent order that I placed over a month ago and NO products have arrived. Every week I have spent loads of time phoning several phone numbers supplied on their website, email and even the contact that Priceline have for them and no answer, disconnected or always same message saying they are busy or unavailable. There is no response from the emails I have sent and even Facebook messenger has no response. All I want i...s the products to be delivered. I have now reported them to Consumer protection and I suggest anyone else that is having no response from trying to contact them to do the same. Taking the money from my Credit card and then no sending the products is completely unacceptable, not to mention not being able to contact anyone about any of it.
a con - a tablespoon at best
The cream is ok in itself as in not greasy. Due to pump problems I opened the jar to find a false bottom (or should I say false top as it was so close to the top)
Surely the best advertising is 'word of mouth' Well, I do not care to be made a fool of or conned in any way … so I will be spreading the word NOT to even consider this cream. There are way too many others to choose from.
Best cream I've found for older skin. My skin just drinks it up and looks & feels hydrated.
Unfortunately I have found the in last batch of three jars the pumps didn't work so I had to dip in & they didn't last as long as previously. I don't think there is as much in the jars as there used to be.
Love product but Now NOT getting same amount in jar.
The cream has been excellent for my aging skin, however, I have noticed the cream in the jar seems to go faster than previous jars. Upon investigation I found the jar was little more than half filled. Will not buy again if getting ripped off.
Juvefoxo Immortal Anti Aging Cream - Lovely cream - but buy it from a chemist instead!!
I find this product lovely on my face, leaving it soft and smooth,....however, in contrast to the bad reviews, I buy the cream from Priceline at the cost of around $49.95 (in Victoria, Australia), so therefore, I would recommend buying Immortal cream from a different stockists other than television infomercials and being tied to an unfair contractual agreement.
I have just one gripe about the cream, and that is its packaging. There is no way of telling whether you are running out of the cream or not, apart from that one small gripe, the Juvefoxo Immortal cream I would definitely recommend, just be careful when buying off the infomercials on the television networks!!
The cream is ok...but the service is pathetic
Have been getting Immortal Cream delivered every 3 months seemingly without a hitch. Decided not to use the product anymore (plus have changed credit card details). Tried to call 4 times. Same message EVERY SINGLE TIME (lines are busy, leave a message and we will call you back). Never got a call back. Tried emailing. No response. Oh well, next time they try to debit money it won't work. If they don't respond to my phone calls / emails ....t's off to ACCC.
Feeling ripped off
I love this face cream but I had a very disappointing experience with my recent purchase. This inside base of the jar had not been pushed down to the base and sat very near to the top. Only about 1 cm depth so that is all the cream I got. I cm for my $50. I only realised I pushed the base down what had happened. I would really Immortal to contact me to send me a replacement jar. Feeling disappointed and ripped off.
Delighted with first jar use.
Have used one jar of Immortal Face Cream & love it. It makes my skin feels so lovely & soft. Some lines do seem to have diminished somewhat but further to go. I will use this product again. The dispenser lid is great & works for only half the jar before the levels get too low for the sucking system to draw it up to the top of the jar. I am disappointed that I was sent & charged for what the company called a 'repleneshing order' after 3 months of my original order. I did not ask for it or sign any documents to that effect. On phoning they inform...ed me that my first invoice would have had this action printed under terms & conditions. I did not see it & consider that many consumers do not take the time to read all the fine print. So I alert you dear customers, if ordering online or on the phone for the first time, do inform the company then that you do not agree to have any more sent until you contact them again for your next order. Also ask them to NOT keep your credit card details. I feel this practice is very sneaky of the company to get repeat orders this way. If their product is good, which I say it is, then people will come back to them again for more. I feel this line of getting repeat business, when it has NOT been mentioned at time of ordering, even though they insisted it would have been, nor is it mentioned on the TV ads, then it is misleading advertising & consumers have a right to complain to consumer action groups about this sneaky trick in the terms & conditions. I believe no repeat orders should come from any company on any orders for any product UNTIL the customer has signed a printed form agreeing to such.Otherwise the product is great. I feel they could score themselves a better reputation & further business by correcting this aspect.
Same story here, got a load of products I didn't ask for and then was charged 147.00 dollars. If I dont want them I have to return them at my own cost. When I said I hadn't asked for all of that I was told that it is the essence of a free trial to do it that way. How can you argue against talk like that? I live in Queensland I needed a different product I was told. Well, why didnt they tell me that when I ordered?
False Advertorials on TV and try to charge additional where possible
Don't believe what offers they portray on TV on ads. They claim to give free gifts for a $9.95 trial but then send an invoice they are going to charge to your credit card for almost $150.00 which actually includes the cost of the so called "FREE GIFTS". The first invoice charges the Immortal jars for almost $50.00 each (3 x $50 per jar) so where is the free trial. They tell you they are going to charge $150 30 days from when they despatched goods, not you receive them & then they say additional jars of the cream will be sent you to every 60 day...s (@$34.99 per jar = $69.98) charged to your credit card unless you stop them prior to every 60 days - BIG PROBLEM - 3 jars initial order is no way going to be used in 60 days - 3 whole jars & the cream is not that good for the price. Supermarket brands much better!!! TV stations are only interested in getting the advertising dollar, not in actually checking out what the advertorials are claiming are actually true!! Their poor customer service staff when you call up actually are always apologising, them offered me a discount (that I should have got in the first place) on the initial order. By the way, I only authorised for 1 x jar to be sent to me (not 3) I still have the paperwork to support this. Big waste of money, won't be buying any more items by TV advertising and TV stations have a duty of care to their viewers to check all advert content to be true and accurate - not words being twisted around and some words left out to be later all listed in the VERY SMALL fine print online.
what a con
I fell for the 'free face cream' ad on TV. I even thought that the cream must be really good as they are letting you try it first. After I tried it I wasn't impressed so emailed them to tell them that I didn't want to order any. Next thing I got a phone call from a debt collection agency saying I owed $169. I don't know who I'm angrier with the company that sells the rubbish or the television station that advertises it as it is all misleading information.
Not very happy
Hi I ordered the Immorial Juvefaxo I have been trying to ring customer care to cancel and get a refund, they wont answer the phone always get a message leave you phone number and we will get back to you , well that has been 6 hours ago they never answer the phone it just pisses me off I just hope they don't take anymore money out of my account I wont be having nothing to do with that mob again. something has to be done, they even ripped off one of my friends she was going to take them to court but they ended up refunding her money,
Questions & Answers
I need to use this as a night cream as I have a day moisturiser therefore I do not need an SPF> Does it have SPF in it?
Hello I bought immortal with juvefoxo cream from Priceline Sydney Australia , I’m on holidays in Europe. This cream it doesn’t work I’m returning Sydney next month would like r3gund or someone to look at the cream I’m so disappointed.
How do I contact customer service? My wife's order came today and the bottle was open in the bag and when I opened and looked the pump is also broken.
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