I went out of my way to learn everything I could about the Suisse Serum. It’s considered to be one of those product lines that people turn to instead of getting plastic surgery or Botox treatments. With aging taking place regardless of what you do, the only thing that you can try to do is slow the process. It’s bound to happen one way or another. Given that surgery and botox can be really expensive, people sometimes turn to serums and creams as an alternative to the invasive procedures. This is where Suisse Serum comes into play.
Suisse Serum Company Summary
Before coming right out and acknowledging whether or not we suggest trying this product, here’s a simple rundown of the product and what you need to know about it. Suisse Serum is what many may consider being an anti aging skin serum which claims to be able to reduce age spots, lines, wrinkles, and even dark under eye circles. They claim that the products are able to also enhance or boost the production of collagen as well.
Based on my research, the company claims that the formulas used in the products are exclusive to the brand. I’m not so sure that I believe that but that’s my right to do so.
List of Product Categories/Types
I’ll come up with a list of them to apply. Things like those listed below…
Eye – Creams, masks, serums, oils
Face – masks, oils, serums, wipes, cleansers, peels
List of All Common Ingredients Used
Here’s a list of all the ingredients that are located in the Suisse Serum’s main product which is the instant eye lift formula.
Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone
Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Extract
Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey) Leaf Extract
Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract
Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract
Product Purchase Offering
The product is currently offered in a one-time purchase as well as a subscription. They have a free trial which they consider to be risk-free. The reason it’s claimed as risk-free is that the company offers a 60-day refund policy I guess. Prior to that ending, you’ll need to cancel the trial. Based on what I know about these trials, they are a serious pain in the neck to get cleared up.
The refund policy is simple and quite frankly, it’s awful. They state in section 12 of the terms that they are unable to cancel orders after they are submitted. They also state that refunds can take up to 10 days, so with that being said, if you’re trying to cancel and obtain a refund within ten days of the rebill period, then chances are it’s going to cost you another month’s worth of product.
Third Party Ratings
BBB Rating – I took a close look at the Better Business Bureau listing and what I found was nothing that’s going to make you want to purchase the product. Seriously, there were 26 negative complaints and not a single positive write up about the company. I guess, in their defense, the company is not an accredited BBB business but I’d still be very skeptical if I were you.
Here’s a screenshot of the Suisse Serum brand BBB overview.
That’s not all though… I dove into some of the other consumer reports that have been posted about this company and sure enough, they were negative as well. The Highya.com average rating is a 1.1 out of 5 with over 140 reviews provided. Consumer health digest has the skin brand listed as 2.6 out of 5.0 with 30+ reviews written. Not great reviews to say the least and if you’re the type that thrives on these, then chances are you will not be buying the products.
What can I tell you about the Suisse Serum product listings on Amazon? Well, there are actually a few products that have been listed in the marketplace. Based on the research I’ve done, unfortunately, the product doesn’t seem to have a great rating on Amazon. For example, the Suisse Anti Aging Eye Serum (0.5 ounces) has 31 reviews and an average rating of 2.6 out of 5.0. Seriously, I will not buy any skin care product that doesn’t have a minimum of a 4.0 rating on Amazon. I personally noticed that there was very little information presented about the product within the listing. For example, you’ll only find three pieces of information about this product 1) that it’s an eye serum 2) it’s made in the USA and 3) it’s a 0.5 fl oz container. That’s all the information provided.
Here’s the product listing on Amazon.com for the Suisse Serum eye serum.
Diving into the some of the recent reviews, I’ve provided some of the most current reviews that have been posted by the consumers.
Video(s) of Brand/Products
I tried to find videos on this but I was unable to dig up one about this product line. It’s not common for this to happen, but this is exactly what happened with regards to this brand. I’m always skeptical when I cannot find videos on skin care brands. With so many companies and even more consumers, it should go without saying that it’s pretty easy to find them online, typically.
Interested in contacting the company? Then this is exactly what you need in terms of information…
Oslo Labs, LLC
222 S. Main Street, 5th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Customer Support: 1-800-797-1080
It seems like they’ve got another company that exists according to BBB.org.
Suisse Great Skin
PO Box 25380
Santa Ana, CA 92799
The customer support number for that company is: 1-888-634-0111
Where To Buy
If you’re interested in buying the Suisse Serum, then you do have some options. I found the product available for purchase on eBay, Bonanza, Amazon, and other sites.
Based on my research, I’m going to go ahead and suggest that you steer clear and completely avoid this brand. There are just far too many red flags with regards to the company and their products. In fact, based on what I learned, it doesn’t seem like any of the products actually work. Seriously, when a brand has such a low review rating, it only makes sense that you avoid it. The free trial marketing has me skeptical for sure.