This consumer complaint against Retinolla was first published by an anonymous source at a (now defunct) website called ComplaintsBase.com on Oct 18, 2016.
The title of the complaint was –
Retinolla, Retinolla is a Scam
and the user awarded a rating of 0/5 to Retinolla based on his/her experience.
Here is the complete text of the review which has now been deleted from the source –
I simply clicked on an ad for Retinolla products that came across my screen. I assumed it was because I had been searching for some sort of anti-aging cream.The advertisement was for a free sample. I figured I could try it and if I really liked it I would buy some. I paid just the shipping cost and a week later I got my package.There were two creams in the package to my surprise! I was like, score!Turns out they took money out of my bank account for it. I brushed it off thinking maybe that was the catch, although I was pretty upset because it was expensive.If it was a good product, it would have been worth it, but it made me break out. Terrible product and a sketchy company considering what they did!
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