Skincell Pro Or Crepe Erase

Skincell Pro is a mole and skin tag removal serum that containing natural ingredients such as Zincum Muriaticum and Sanguinaria Canadensis. According to the official website of the product, it uses these ingredients in combination to better penetrate the roots of skin blemishes, causing moles and tags to fall off. The manufacturer of the serum also claims that it will even heal the area where the blemish used to be, leaving no trace of its existence. However, real users of the product report getting some traces. If the company's claims are true, it can be a nice solution for those who suffer from skin blemishes. But is this product really effective for removing skin tags and moles? Does it have any side effects? We are to answer these questions further in this review. Before we can substantiate or deny the manufacturer's claims, we need to take a closer look at the active ingredients in Skincell Pro, examine them with existing medical data and to see whether they can lead to real positive results.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

As a matter of fact, the manufacturer of Skincell Pro and Crepe Erase does not mention any side effects that may occur when using the product - However, this does not mean that the serum is completely safe to use. After investigating some online outlets, we did not find any direct reports of side effects from using Skincell Pro. However, we found information that some people experienced skin redness, irritation and severe burning when using the serum. In some cases, the product may cause tissue damage and scarring. We also found evidence that the serum should be avoided by pregnant and nursing women, since this category of people are at more risk for adverse effects. In any case, it is recommended to consult a doctor before starting to use this product.

The product has a lot of customer reviews online, most of which have a negative character. Highya contains 23 testimonials all of which are negative. The users of the serum are not pleased with its performance, possible side effects, and high price. One customer writes that it is total garbage and is not worth the money it costs. The man contacted them after he noticed a $79.99 debit in his checking account. He told the girl that he wanted a refund. He was answered that he could have only $51.95 returned to his account. The man filed a dispute with his bank and informed the girl about it. She then told him that he could get $59.95 refunded. But the customer insisted on the total amount refunded. As a result, he was refunded the total amount in three days! The man threw the product away into the garbage bin. Do other customers recommend Skincell Pro? Let's find out by looking at their comments.

"I ordered a free bottle of Skincell Pro and paid postage only. The bottle arrived in twelve days and I used it for six days. On the seventh day my account was charged $79. I contacted the customer service and told them that it had taken twelve days to arrive. It turned out that they start counting the trial period starting at the time of posting. This is stated nowhere on the site. Do not use this company; it's a scam."

"Skincell Pro is a scam and everything written on their site is a lie. They charged me $79.95 every month without my consent. I did not even notice that because they changed their names all the time. They even charged me for the free trial bottle, as I didn't notify them to cancel. At present I am trying to close the account, but it is not that easy. This is a scam. Stay away."

"Skincell Pro does not work at all. On the contrary, I faced an unpleasant side effect - burning and swelling of my skin. I am now on my way of getting a refund. When I called them for the first time they refused to return my money, but last time they told me they will refund. Nevertheless, I am sure that is total scam! I would not recommend this product to anyone."