Lifecell is a scam, according to customer reviews on pissedconsumer.com. Some consumers complain of unauthorized credit card charges, while others claim that they placed an order for products but didn't receive them even after paying for them. Others claim that the product is not effective.Continue Reading
Complaints of unauthorized transactions are rampant. In other cases, consumers say they pay for products that they do not receive.
Another consumer claims the product did more harm than good to her skin. After 10 days of use, she did not notice any positive difference on her skin; however, she had developed wrinkles in areas that had none before. Instead of getting a refund, she stated that Lifecell claims that the issue was with her skin.Learn more about Skin Care