If your interest in anti-aging products includes those that renew cells and minimize wrinkles, then you probably see yourself as appearing tired and worn out and in need of something to make you look like the person you envision that you are. And, you figure with all the advances in technology, there must be a product to resolve your problems.
So, the question is, Will Prevera help you regain the look of that younger you, or just be a smeared mess that costs you money for nothing?
Prevera has a huge web page to convince you that their claims of a cream that allows you to see visible results in a matter of days instead of weeks or months and that it repairs your skin at the cellular level, minimizes the size of your pores, and even removes the bags under your eyes. If the claims are true, it would mean— problem solved.
The Prevera website provides only positive customer reviews in support of their claims, but as to the reliability and truthfulness of the reviews, that is for the reader to decide. The regular price is listed on site at approximately $99 but there are “membership” deals that bring the price to as low as $30. However, this means trusting that you will actually like the product since memberships comes with responsibilities not to cancel before a specified time. They also offer bulk purchases for those who want to be a re-saler but offer no support of any trials, charges, or money back guarantees of products returned. As you can see, each Positive comes with an “if” toward the negative. This is the primary list of real pluses.
There are quite a few red flags that we put under the “negative” category. Two of the top that come to mind are: 1) the actual manufacturer and its location are not available for customer’s to review, and 2) the product page seems amateurish, at best. This product may actually be good but the marketing decisions are horrible, and that starts with the web site that is called “official”. It seems more like a scheme to get your money into their bank rather than to provide you with a good product that answers your issues. And, these are just the top two of the real minuses.
The active ingredients are listed on the product site, but the names are unfamiliar and appear to be composites of marketing names for combinations of ingredients rather than the actual ingredients. It also appears that only the active ingredients are listed and a comprehensive list is unavailable.
In spite of the unprofessional website and lack of company information, the product has not been listed on any of the typical scam alert sites and there are no negative independent reviews online at the moment. None-the-less, there are plenty of reasons to approach a purchase of this product with caution. For every negative there is a positive and vice versa when discussing Prevera. It is difficult to make an educated assessment of the product and its ingredients if all there is for evidence is on their own site. This product can not be recommended.