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Luminescent Serum

Luminescent Serum is a skin care product that promises to help you make your skin visibly younger with the help of its proprietary formula. This topical product claims to be an injection-free solution for you to get rid of wrinkles and other skin blemishes. The company behind the serum mentions of their official website that as a person ages, their body starts producing less collagen, which is the most important protein in our body. It is also claimed that 75% of our skin is made up of collagen and water. Actually, this material is important for warding off such skin problems as wrinkles. Can Luminescent Serum really bring the relief you have been looking for to get firmer, lighter, and more radiant skin? We will answer this question by taking a look at the details of the product.

According to WebMD, collagen is really very important for our skin, but do we need artificial collagen from a healthcare product? There are some doubts whether Luminescent Serum can deliver full collagen molecules to the skin. There must be a more innovative and valuable solution to the aging skin with wrinkles and other skin conditions. To determine if the manufacturer's claims are grounded or not, let us take a look at how the product works and what ingredients can be found inside it. Are the ingredients in Luminescent Serum truly effective for fighting age-related skin conditions? Let's find out further.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

A well-known website,, contains an article on common side effects for the topical usage of Retinol, the only active ingredient in Luminescent Serum. These side effects may include skin reactions such as redness, burning, itching, scaling and peeling that can start after a few days and can sometimes last several months. It is also known that this vitamin can lead to photosensitivity, which means that the skin might be vulnerable to the sun rays. There are not so many testimonials from real users of the product online. All customer reviews about Luminescent Serum on Highya are negative. Most people say that it is definitely a scam. Even though it is expensive when bought from the manufacturer, in reality it is a cheap product that looks like it came from the 99 Cents Only Store. You can get the first bottle for free, paying just $4.95 for shipping. Remember that after 14 days you will be auto enrolled in the monthly shipment plan for $94.95 a month.

The company offers no returns at all, even if you haven’t opened your purchase. The users are not pleased with the customer service either. The company's representatives turn out to be rude. You can find terms and condition on the check out page, but the link is at the very bottom, so that most people wouldn't notice it. Some customers reported in their reviews experiencing unpleasant side effects after using the serum, like swollen red puffy eyes. Many people are sure that the advertisement is overrated. In reality, the product does not work as claimed by the manufacturer. It is recommended to make your own research before buying the product. It is high time to take a look at the real customers' reviews left online.

"I signed up for the Luminescent Serum "free" trial and all that ended up costing me almost $200.00. I called the customer service to check if there was anything I could do about it, but the lady told me no. She offered me to close my account. I sent them the unused portion back, but I was really surprised when they tried to send me more products. The representatives of the customer service are rude. Do not trust these people!"

"The company behind Luminescent Serum is just horrible. I ordered the "free" trial. The cream arrived fast but it turned out to be awful. Two weeks later, my credit card was charged $95.00. Before I saw that, I got a fraud alert from the credit card company about the second $95.00 charge. I replied "no", indicating that the charge wasn't mine. My credit card was locked by the credit card company. I can say that the customer service was unhelpful. I would give it zero stars if possible."

"I ordered the free trial of Luminescent Serum for face and canceled it two weeks later, but a month later, I was charged $200.00. I called the customer service but was said that they didn't see it canceled in their system. I requested my money back but they told me that it was too late, since I did not cancel in time. There was no refund. I found out that they don't have a supervisor. I contacted the Attorney General of California and discussed the problem. Beware of this company."