Today’s review is on a brand called Aviqua. When I first started researching this brand, I notice that there were some pretty negative things said about the brand in general. Having spent a lot of time diving into investigations and trying to determine if something actually works, this was a feeling that I was all too familiar with. The Dietsinreview.com rating was a 41% and seeing the aviquacream.net trial offer instantly put a bad taste in my mouth.
However, I still decided to move forward with things and determine just what was good and bad about this skin care brand. The first thing that I want to tell you is to not be confused by all the reviews on the web. I’m here to set things straight for you if you’re in a pickle. Some people just like to complain for the sake of complaining while others like to really showcase their true experience. You need to take each with a grain of salt, as they say.
The only thing that matters here is whether or not the Aviqua products can actually help slow the aging process and minimize the damage.
Aviqua Products & Ingredients
Okay, so one thing that really disappoints me about this brand is that they do not provide the full list of ingredients for each of their products. This is a huge problem in my opinion. When a manufacturer is not willing to show the ingredients, to me it screams that they’re trying to hide something. Remember, this isn’t a pair of jeans, it’s a product that you actually ingest and you need to know what you’re ingesting – simple as that.
Aviqua only provides information on the basics at best. Meaning, they tell you that the product can help with collagen production and that it literally contains collagen molecules within the formula. Many consumers likely question whether or not this product actually contains the collagen molecules that they claim.
Additionally, collagen molecules are almost always not small enough to be able to get to the deeper skin layers. That’s part of the reason what skin creams and serums even exist today. It makes them worthwhile to apply topically. Collagen supplements are rampant today and that’s one of the main reasons why.
What Else Do You Need To Know?
Well, as for the ingredients, if they don’t contain the right ingredients to boost collagen production, then it will not happen. Some ingredients that you should be on the lookout for are Matrixyl 3000 as well as vitamin C. Both of these are in some of our favorite products – listed here. There are many other ingredients which help stimulate the production of collagen, but if they are absent or not in abundance, then it’s wasted effort.
Let’s Talk More About Ingredients
I’ll give you some further insight as to why Matrixyl 3000 is so popular today. This is considered to be one of the most effective and innovative ingredients on the market today. This ingredient contains two specific peptides which work to improve your skin e.g. palmitoyl oligopeptide and the infamous palmitoyl tripeptide. If you apply this ingredient on a daily basis, it will help improve the condition of your skin. It actually does its job by simulating damaging your skin. This kickstarts the repair process and causes collagen to grow.
If the Aviqua product decided to boost collagen through incorporating vitamin C into their product, then it would only make sense that the consumer may benefit through the fixing of hyperpigmentation and hopefully brighten the skin in general.
The problem is that you and I have no idea what’s actually in this stuff and what it entails. Whether it’s effective or not is a moot point when you don’t know what it is, at least in my opinion.
Reviews Posted Online About Aviqua
Like I said previously, most of the reviews posted online about this company are not great at all. Not even close really. Some of the major websites have rated this brand as being 41% effective, while others have stated that it’s a great product, so it’s tough to say really. For example, the review published on Wecareskin.com shows a 3.6 rating with 29 votes (screenshot provided below). While 29 votes isn’t a lot, it could be a bad indicator. The Dietsinreview.com reports show a 41% rating and that’s not stellar by any means either.
While I’m covering the reviews, here’s what most people tend to complain about in each of them. The weird thing here is that the consumers aren’t giving negative reviews for the product itself, but more for the billing attempts.
Yes, it’s one of those free trial skin care products that you often find all over the Internet. People have serious issues with this type of billing and we do as well.
Like I said, the main issue is that the official company website markets this has been free but it’s simply the trial that’s free with a crazy rebill amount. Some people confuse the term free trial with free sample.
LOOK PEOPLE, if it says free trial then you can expect to be automatically billed at a near future date. Once the trial expires you’re sent a full-size product and billed accordingly. The company specifically has a 14 day trial period in which you must cancel your subscription or you WILL be billed the full amount. SHould you decide to cancel, you’ll need to return the product or pay for the full Aviqua product. Assuming you decide to not cancel, it’s going to cost you somewhere in the ballpark range of $98 just to keep having the cream delivered monthly. Until you cancel, the product will continue to be delivered!
Video On Aviqua
Unfortunately, the only videos that I could find on this skin care brand were all awful marketing clips that were full of lies.
Where To Purchase The Aviqua Product
If you’re looking to purchase this product, the only place that you can get it is through the company website. Oddly enough, I wasn’t able to find any official links to the site so I rather not share any and steer you in the wrong direction. What I can tell you is that if you decide to do a Google search and check out the Aviquacream.net website, that’s not the site that you think it is. It’s simply an affiliate marketing site trying to get your financial information.
Keep in mind that you’ll need to enroll in the Aviqua trial and eventually cancel if you decide it’s not for you.
The BBB Report
I strongly urge you to check out this BBB report before taking any action and purchasing this product. I couldn’t believe what I saw really. Twelve super negative reviews for the online skin care retailer. Check them out here and definitely don’t buy unless you’re certain you want to deal with this nonsense.