Endear Skin Care Review

The price that is incurred in getting the treatment patterns to remove those stubborn fine linings and wrinkles is massive. Yes even individuals seldom calculate how much is expenditure towards anti aging formulas that most of the time fail to deliver result and unexpectedly for users to try a new formula.

Frequent changes made by users to treat aging signs give a reason to manufacturers to bring every time a product with all false promise. Recently I observed a few details related to Endear Skin Care solutions that offer variety of products to treat different symptoms of aging signs, appearing on face.

Most of the product included in line consist of creams, gels, peel off mask, toners, cleanser, exfoliator, moisturizer and massage cream. The products are researched clinically and tested as per the measures needed, according to manufacturers. Further it has been mentioned that product include all natural ingredients and have combined the bounty of science and nature.

There were few trending products of Endear Skin Care group commonly referred as cleansing milk, clarifying toner lotion, hibiscus soft mask, vitamin c soft mask, pearl whitening soft mask, lavender soft mask etc.

Most of the products price range between $90-$150, which may prove to be an expensive deal because none of the product ranges have mentioned the clear details of the ingredient. Tightening pores, improving collagen, improving firmness etc were the advantages mentioned on the official website and yes it looks quite impressive.

The only blunder we discovered out with the product ranges of Endear Skin Care was its disapproval by FDA, which means product doesn’t meets the standard required for quality and reliability. The official website looks like they are New York based company but aren’t listed with Better Business Bureau yet.

The official website looks very new launch to market and is lacking enough reviews and ratings mentioned by the customers. As far as refund of the product is concerned it only allows refund back policy on few lines of product and also charges 25% restocking fee. The shipping and handling charges apply additionally making customer to pay extra charges for the order receivable.

As far as reputation is considered related to these website groups they are never so trusted and accepted by the customers. Every time the promises made to treat the wrinkles and fine linings fail and the sufferers are the users, who paid and were rewarded with more skin issues.

However, you need to brush up your mind that results arriving with the use of Endear Skin Care products differ from person to person, depending on their skin type and condition. The product is not meant to treat, cure or diagnose any skin condition and must never be applied by minors, and individuals who are allergic to cosmetics.

After the application if you feel any irritation best move would be to discontinue its use immediately and get consulted with a dermatologist. Personally I would recommend everyone to consult skin experts before making a try to these online sold anti aging products.

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27 thoughts on “Endear Skin Care Review

  • October 27, 2016 at 1:08 pm
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    Want to cancel …niw please

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  • October 27, 2016 at 1:13 pm
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    Cancel order now

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    • November 1, 2016 at 10:11 am
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      We never forced you to purchase the order, better contact the customer support department. Our website is only a review thesis that declares these products as risky one to use

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  • November 22, 2016 at 8:01 pm
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    This is SUCH A SCAM

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  • November 30, 2016 at 8:12 am
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    I’m a single Dad of two Young boys and I thought I was getting thoughtful Christmas gift for my mother and I see a $89.95 charge on my account today, so I called and spoke to a supervisor who stated they had the right to charge me $90 for 1 oz of skin endear that I thought I was only going to be paying for s&h, because I didn’t call to cancel the auto shipment yesterday. Sorry boys, Christmas is looking a lil lighter this year. Thanks Skin Endear! Bad co. Return policy. How many are they going to $90 bucks from?

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    • November 30, 2016 at 8:17 am
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      You should have refunded my money. Now I have to make a drink about your company’s blatant attempt to misadventure and mislead your customers into thinking they are only paying for shipping, until they see that you’ve swindled $90 out of your account/card. Shame in you.

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  • December 1, 2016 at 1:08 am
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    I take back what I posted yesterday. Skin Endeer did the right thing & refunded the full $90 charge as I requested. Thank you Supervisor Diana. You did the right thing and going forward I will be more cautious about agreements I enter into. Merry Christmas!

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    • December 4, 2016 at 6:49 pm
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      I just wanted the SAMPLE!! NO WHERE on the site did I note I accepted ANY terms and conditions!! This is a HUGE scam!! What a horrible, misleading company!! Terrible business practices. The cream is probably no better than the dime store brand. SHAME!!

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    • December 18, 2016 at 5:07 pm
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      How did you get them to refund your money? I called today (my 14 day trial expired yesterday). They had an answer for everything. I feel very taken advantage of but got nowhere with custome service. Advice?

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    • February 9, 2017 at 2:30 am
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      They only refunded you cuz you complained ?

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  • January 11, 2017 at 12:28 pm
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    Very much a scam. I order a trial, or so I thought, for $4.95. told by customer service today that it is not for the product, it was “actually” a shipping charge and that now I’m on a monthly charge of $89 for the product. I told them to cancel, but now they say they will not accept a return unopened of the product, and I will be charge $38 instead to cancel. A highly deceptive awful company. I will dispute the chARGE via my credit card but don’t have high hopes of getting a refund.

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    • February 3, 2017 at 9:07 am
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      So happy I found this site. I will not be doing business with Skin Endear. I was a bit skeptical about their trial for the price of shipping & handling. I could not find the price of the product or terms of contract either on their ad. This made me wonder if anyone had problems with this company. They seem very deceptive to me for not being truthful and upfront about everything. I was concerned about them getting my credit card information and then charging me for the product on an auto shipment.

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  • February 6, 2017 at 8:38 pm
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    I too was a victim of the “Skinendear” company. I purchased the skin cream for S&H only to find that the eye cream was added on to my purchase automatically. I tried to delete the purchase for the eye cream prior to giving them my credit card number but was not able to do so. I thought for S&S for both products (about $10) I would try them. Since I live in a rural area, mail is slow and I just received the products. I was surprised when an additional $90 per product ($180) was taken out of my account for a product I haven’t even had time to open. I called 888-946-4212 to cancel my order and see if I could mail the product back for a refund. Sonny, the customer service rep basically said you have it you bought it. She “graciously” (Not gracious at all) offered to refund 50% of the cost. I get a feeling that they get a lot of complaints from customers and have a canned response for such things. So, I am out $100 for a product I do not want nor haven’t even opened. Such a scam. Also, when I asked Sonny for the address to return the product, she refused to give it to me. Can’t even write a letter because the address is no where to be found on the internet. What kind of company does not advertise their address? I purchased the product on my phone. I looked for the terms of contract on my phone but could only find them, When I went to find them on my computer they were there in small print. Very sneaky and deceptive. Just a big scam.

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  • February 9, 2017 at 3:21 pm
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    Do not send any further skinendear products. I threw the samples in the trash.

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  • February 28, 2017 at 8:53 pm
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    As others have mentioned, this company is a complete scam. My wife purchased both “trials” (eyeendear and skinendear). When they tried to bill us the $85.95 and $89.95, my credit card was, fortunately, flagged for fraud. When we called the company’s numbers listed on our credit card bill from the initial shipping transactions, it stated that we were still in our “trial period” and could cancel without charge if we returned the product within 15 days. Speaking to the representative, who was extremely condescending, as well as poor with numbers, she insisted that we were past the trial period. She claimed there was no way to cancel or change the charge. After complaining, she offered to do me the favor of reducing the price to $55. So much for “no way” to change the $85 charge. I kindly asked her to cancel our order, and asked where to send the remaining product back, which it clearly states in their terms and conditions. She then informed me that they won’t accept any products back. Everything about this company is shady at best, and fraudulent at worst. Perhaps this is why they keep changing their product name. They are now conveniently named “Defi.”

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  • March 8, 2017 at 4:50 pm
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    Save yourself time, frustration and money – do NOT purchase this product!This is a scam product and company. My experience is similar to other reviews on this page. I never received the product. Customer service said the tracking # shows the package was delivered to my local post office (it wasn’t even delivered to the address I provided), but when I went to the post office to pick it up, there was no package! Their subscription terms are not advertised well if at all. I could never find their website again to even find the subscription terms. I was not aware I was subscribing to anything. I never received any emails from them about the product or shipping. I ended up getting $131.92 of the total $186.35 that was charged to my card (big shock when I saw that on my account!) and even at that I had to be quite forceful. They said it takes 3-5 business days to show up in my bank account so I’ll see if that happens……
    I will say it again, save yourself time, frustration and money – do NOT purchase this product!
    I saw the product on Amazon and I am skeptical that the run around results would be the same. It’s not worth the time and money to find out!

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  • March 11, 2017 at 3:35 pm
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    Skinendear was ordered on 1-30-2017 with the understanding that it was a trial offer for $4.95. The $4.95 plus .99 came out on my credit card dated 1-30-2017. Then there was a charge for $89.9 on my card dated 2-13-2017. There were no terms of contract on the site ordered from. Now the customer representative informed me when I called about this charge that I did not read the contract and would not refund. All she did was keep repeating I was under a contract.I hope the cancellation did go through.
    FYI – I am not that stupid. If there was ANYTHING on the site about this being actually for shipping with .99 for insurance and it had to returned within 14 and I was under contract for $89.9 per month I WOULD NEVER HAVE ORDERED THIS PRODUCT. The representative kept telling me I did not read the contract. THERE WAS NO CONTRACT to read. This was very deceptive and I too feel I have been scamed. Very bad way of doing business.

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    • March 11, 2017 at 3:48 pm
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      Skinendear was ordered on 1-30-2017 with the understanding that it was for $4.95 . The $4.95 plus .99 came out on my card on 1-30-2017. Now on 2-13-2017 there was a charge for $89.90. I called the number of the company and the representative clearly informed me that the $4.95 was for shipping and.99 was for insurance and that I was under a contract for $89.90 per month. There were no terms of a contract on the site ordered from and never no mention of the first chargers were for shipping and the cost per month would be $89.90 I was informed that I did not read the contract and was past the 14 days to return. All the representative did was continue to inform me about the contract.
      FYI – I am not stupid. If there had been any mention of a contract and return in 14 days and it would cost me $89.90 per month I NEVER WOULD HAVE ORDERED IN THE FIRST PLACE. THIS IS A VERY DECEPTIVE WAY ON DOING BUSINESS AND NEEDS TO BE STOPPED.
      THE ONLY SAVING GRACE IN READING THE REVIEWS IS TO LEARN THAT I WAS NOT THE ONLY ONE DECEIVED and told I could not read it correctly . How insulting.

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    • March 29, 2017 at 2:52 am
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      Banks fraud dept called me right after I ordered said .99 is a subscription charge. called customer service told no that is shipping insurance. Pulled up bank account then typed the web page mobile address into laptop browser http://skin-endear.com/terms/ immediately called back and said shipping ins? cancel this order and this trial do not send me anything. very slick the emailed the cancellation saying subscription canceled. I emailed them back and said DO NOT SHIP YOUR PRODUCTS. Filed a BBB complaint Better Business Bureau Serving Central Ontario company info Address:

      SkinEndear PO BOX 10174 70 Wynford Dr Don Mills, ON M3C 0J9 855-791-1899 Called my bank filed a complaint. Sure enough Monday morning they email confirmation of shipment of trial products.

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  • March 17, 2017 at 3:35 am
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    I purchased the sample or rather trial for $4.95 and it was only for the wrinkle cream not the eyeendear . When my order arrived I got both with no information on joining a monthly charge nor agreeing to them just taking my money . Both products came In one box . I was charged 2 x for shipping and have been charged 2 x for $85 and change . I called after I saw the first charge and cancelled the so called account and was informed I could not receive a refund . After arguing and asking to speak with a supervisor and told there was no supervisor . The gave me a 35% refund . Now I have another charge and called and they refused to refund it and would not let me speak with a supervisor . So I’m filling a complaint with the BBB and a complaint with the fraud department at the FBI . This is ridiculous that I can’t speak with a supervisor and the CSR I spoke with was Skeniqua .

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    • March 20, 2017 at 4:39 pm
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      Beware, a complete scam….there are better products for a lot less. You have no idea what you will be charged until you get your bill. I was in shock to see over 170.00 charge for two items. Then they sent me more and charged me another 186.00 and I did not order the items, yes it is a scam…. Now I am trying to get a refund after sending the crap back…

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  • March 19, 2017 at 2:50 pm
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    Ok, now I’m feeling that I was scammed. It was not stated when I ordered that I would be charged $90. I just ordered this product. How do I avoid all this drama? Plus, does anybody even like this product?

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    • March 20, 2017 at 5:33 pm
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      Call your bank or credit card company to dispute the charges. They will investgate and fill a complaint against them. This is clearly fraud what they are up to…. if you send the product back they have no longer then 15 days to refund your money. Let your bank or credit card company deal with them because you will not get to first base on your own. Shame on the Pitts for allowing this sort of business practice to be assocated with their products. The product is not worth the amount they are charging and not all the that great.

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  • March 28, 2017 at 4:54 pm
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    Same problem, they will not take it back, but will give me a 75% discount if i keep ordering. How many times do I have to say, “I dont want, I didn’t order, I didn’t sign up for, I told you in the beginning.”? Now, like a lot of you, out a lot of money. Calling CC company for help.

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  • March 30, 2017 at 12:37 am
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    Very disappointed, did a survey for amazon and the gift was samples of the eye and skin cream got charge around 5 for one and 4.99 for the other I guess the catch was that theta were trial cream and had to cancel within 14days but never saw those term. Until in got charge $175 from my bank account for a new shipment of creams. Called and they told me that because I didn’t cancel they couldn’t returned the full amount . Watch out when you do serve ad they offer you something, there’s always a catch.

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  • May 16, 2017 at 3:43 pm
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    I got scam also. I received an text msg alert from my bank for $85 withdrawal. I went to the bank and filed a claim telling them I never agreed to an automatic withdraw. The bank gave me two numbers to contact that company to cancel which i did with no success. One number wasnt working and the other number was a wrong number. They say they will take care of that in 24 hours. Hopefully ill have a refund. Nevertheless i also cancel my card. No more unauthorized withdrawals. Scam, scam!

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  • June 12, 2017 at 4:22 pm
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    Same thing happened to me. I never agreed to their terms and conditions when ordering two samples for $4.95 or so each. The only reason I ordered was their affiliation with amazon.com. I thought they were legit. The shipping was listed as free, so I had the impression that the 4.95 was a low promotional price. So were the .99 insurance fees that I saw too late. There were no terms and conditions on the order webpage. Wherever they were, I did not see them and the box agree must have been pre-checked. So I had no idea that I was supposed to cancel within14 days if I did not want a monthly subscription to the products. Their representative told me a bunch of lies over the phone and canceled my subscription but no word about a refund. I am not going to give up easily. I already disputed the charges with my credit card company and filed complaints with BBB, Amazon and another customer protection website.

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