Abella Mayfair

Abella Mayfair is pronounced as a 90 second instant wrinkle repair formula that helps to diminish away the stubborn fine linings and wrinkles. The new hybrid anti aging formula promises a lot to deliver results, but still how effective it would be is a question to ask.

The product is described as a best substitute of those painful Botox and laser treatment, where results are not guaranteed. If you allow your skin to utilize this formula for at least 3-4 weeks you may observe improved radiance and vibrancy of face.

The peptide enriched formula is composed with various tropical and herbal plant sources that have been tested clinically. As they have properties to penetrate to deep dermal layer of skin and block the pores that have got enhanced due to less collagen, resulting out in unwanted wrinkle marks. Few lists of ingredients that are mentioned on its label include aloe leaf extract, grape seed oil, iron oxides, cellulose gum and sodium silicate.

Advertisers have mentioned that these ingredients are tested clinically and found to be the best rejuvenator of skin. However after a thorough research we haven’t found any evidence saying with their efficiency. Few ingredients may improve the shine of face but that doesn’t means you would get rid of wrinkles and fine linings instantly.

The users who are asking for Abella Mayfair would receive 3 different combo styles including triple effect eye serum, an exfoliator gel and 24 hour day night cream. This deal looks superb and eye catching for the buyers but you need to beware that it is a trial based product that would cost you a lot.

The cost of exfoliator gel is priced $39.75, triple effect eye serum costs $49 and day night serum costs $89.46, which is a real expensive deal to grab. The product doesn’t look effective as per the negative reviews mentioned by many customers. Even it lacks the approval of food and drug administration (FDA). You would only receive the order through 14 day trial pack and after its expiry term a user would be charged $90 from their credit card.

Looking after the customer support it proves to be a big disaster since you would be required to cancel the order only through contacting their tech support. We haven’t found any special customer care number to contact still you may drop a mail for related inquires of feedback at support@abellamayfair.com.

Abella Mayfair is headquartered at Ontario Canada and looks a very new firm. The official website doesn’t include many reviews of the customers rather than few mentions made by fake affiliate marketers. We also found that few customers even made complaint that they never received their orders even after 10 days of booking.

So overall we only came to a conclusion that Abella Mayfair is rather only a scam product with fake promises, poor customer review and no approval of FDA regulations. It would be better if you avoid grabbing these types of fake trial and only get consulted with dermatologist for better treatment related to anti aging issues.

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3 thoughts on “Abella Mayfair

  • November 18, 2016 at 12:51 am
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    Abella Mayfair. Ordered a sample product I DID NOT RECEIVE…paid the shipping fee. Then they sent me a night cream I DID NOT ORDER and charged me $100 USD for it!!!!!!! …seriously!!!

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  • November 18, 2016 at 12:52 am
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    Yup…just happened to me with Abella Mayfair. Ordered a sample product I DID NOT RECEIVE…paid the shipping fee. Then they sent me a night cream I DID NOT ORDER and charged me $100 USD for it!!!!!!! Yep…seriously!!!

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  • January 18, 2017 at 5:59 pm
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    Never any answer at 250-483-7496 after waiting for ever they tell me to leave a call back number which you never get

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