Monday, 22 October 2012

Is Celtrixa a scam as it is made out to be?

Celtrixa is a topical formulation to treat stretch marks. It is safe, paraben free, and made of ingredients with clinically proven results to erase the appearance of stretch marks. In this context, how do we explain the  Celtrixa scam reports seen on a few review sites and skin care blogs? How can a product that works on stretch marks be touted as a scam?

Let us consider the facts first. Celtrixa is a scientifically advanced topical lotion with active ingredients that can reduce the appearance of stretch marks and make your skin blemish free. Regu Stretch, the key ingredient, is clinically proven to lighten stretch marks. The thousands of men and women using the product are really happy with its efficacy, as is evident from many a Celtrixa review.

The makers of Celtrixa are offering a 30-day risk free trial with money back guarantee. Most of the Celtrixa scam reports are related to this risk free offer.

The people registering for the risk free offer are sent two bottles of Celtrixa. At this point in time, they only have to pay the reduced shipping and processing fee. If they are not happy with Celtrixa, they can return the product and claim a refund. However, like in any other e-commerce setup, there are certain preconditions.

During the 30-day trial period, the users can call customer service to cancel the order, receive a return number, and return the jars. They can do so and they will not be charged further.

What happens is that at the end of the 30-day trial period, the users are automatically enrolled in the auto-ship program where they continue receiving a 60-day supply every two months.
They have to call within 30 days of receipt of the product and return the jars along with the return number to receive a refund, minus the shipping and processing charges.

The people who have not understood this procedure are accusing Celtrixa of scam. What they do not understand is that they can cancel an order any time to avoid future shipments of the product. All they need to do is talk to  customer service and cancel the order to stop being upgraded to the auto-ship program, and everything is sorted. This stretch mark removal cream is definitely not a scam.

1 comment:

  1. I have just come out of my pregnancy and one problem that I had to deal with were the unsightly scars, better known as stretch marks. I have used Celtrixa to reduce their appearance, and the results have been quite positive. REALLY HAPPY with the way my skin looks and feels now, after a month of using the product.