Born in southern California, Jennifer Pena studied at Fresno State to earn her degree. There she met her now husband Rick. Now a mother of four, Jennifer works diligently for her daughter's PTA. Considered by many to be an expert in the field of anti-aging and anti-wrinkle products, Jennifer has combined her scientific knowledge and real world experience to help guide others in their decision making process.

Mystique Serum Review - Will It Work For You? Let's Find Out!

You won’t be searching for serums and creams that can reverse your age and make you look young and fresh again if you weren’t fighting with the aging symptoms already. It is clear that the wrinkles on your face are starting to make you look older than your age and are starting to make you feel embarrassed in public. You know if you want to reverse the effects of aging and want to get rid of the wrinkles, you must select a top-notch anti-wrinkle serum.

You’re right!

So, the question is, Will Mystique Serum turn out to be that product which would be able to put an end to the fine lines and wrinkles that are making you look old and boring, or will it turn out to be an utter disappointment as far as hydrating and moisturizing your skin is concerned?


Mystique Serum is marketed as an all-in-one anti aging solution that can remove the signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines. The product comes with a 14-day trial, while a single month’s supply costs around £79.95.

What's the Word On The Street, Then?

Thumbs Up

The thing that goes in the favor of Mystique Serum the most is that the serum has been clinically tested and scientific studies do show that the product’s formula does work. This is a significant benefit of the product. Moreover, another positive point about Mystique Serum is that it comes with a 14-day trial, which means that you can test the product for yourself before spending your own money on it. It is important to note that most other products don’t offer any trials at all. The favorable customer reviews present for the serum both on the product website and on other review websites are also encouraging signs for anyone looking to buy the product. Lastly, another plus point regarding Mystique Serum is that the time line in which the product would work has also been disclosed, which would mean that you can easily track the serum’s progress with regards to your state of facial skin with ease and know whether the product is working or not for you.

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While the product has a number of positives, the list of negatives isn’t small either. The biggest negative of the product has to be its hefty price. The product costs £79.95 for a single month’s supply which is pretty expensive. Not only this, the manufacturers actually enter the user into an auto-subscription deal whereby the users are billed the same amount every month until the user cancels it. Even the free trial is kind of unusual as the company charges an automatic £79.95 from the user’s credit card unless the buyer cancels the subscription before the 14-day trial ends. Apart from these subscription and order issues, another major negative of the product is that the company hasn’t disclosed any ingredient used in Mystique Serum which gives its name a whole new meaning. You won’t know what you would be putting in your body at all if you choose to buy the serum.

You Have To Know What You're Putting On Your Body

The company hasn’t published any information regarding the ingredients used in the product. The company website only mentions that the product delivers vitamins, skin tightening crystals, and moisturizing agents though the formula that allows the product to deliver these elements remains unknown.

Ingredients: Unavailable.


Mystique Serum is backed by clinical studies and claims to be a good option as an anti-aging serum. However, the fact that the company hasn’t published the ingredients list, has an auto subscription program that is frustrating, and is very expensive are points that remain problems that simply can’t be ignored. So, you would be better off trying to go for a more affordable option whose ingredient list is also available. We can not recommend this product for purchase.


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