Aurora Skin Cream is a dual-product anti-aging line that comes in a Mineral + cream and a Deep Sea cream. The mineral cream is meant to rejuvenate the skin of the face while the deep sea cream is meant to reduce wrinkles and circles around the eyes. The all-natural product has been on the market in some form since 1991, and the company promises quality formulas that deliver skin health results. Aurora Skin Cream is not available at major retailers and must be purchased through the official website. The price isn’t listed on the site for either cream, but customers on the Facebook page have placed one jar at $94 after the free trial that’s available. Other customers on the Facebook page have complained that they were signed up for an auto-ship program that keeps charging their credit cards each month. Currently, the links to get the free trial sample send you to the home page of Google.
Aurora Skin Creamsare meant to work together to rejuvenate old skin cells and increase collagen production for firm, fresher-looking skin. They are also meant to reduce the visibility of wrinkles and decrease dark circles around the eyes.
Aurora Skin Creams are to be applied to the face daily.
No ingredient list is provided by the manufacturer.
- Free trial offer
- Reduce wrinkles
- Firm skin
- Leave skin looking younger
- Reduce dark circles
- No documentation supporting claims of the product’s effectiveness is readily supplied
- You can only purchase the product through the manufacturer
- You must buy two different products for the full effects
- There is an auto-ship program
- There are many customer complaints about the product’s effectiveness and the free trial
- There is no ingredient list or price provided on the official website
- The free trial links aren’t currently working
Aurora Skin Cream comes in a Mineral + formula meant for the face and a Deep Sea formula meant more for the eyes.
It seems you will be signed up for an auto-ship program through the free trial, which charges your card each month.
No side effects listed.
No real dosage information is supplied other than that the creams are applied to the face.
How do I cancel the trial or the auto-ship program?
There is a contact form on the website.
How do I get the free trial?
There are links on the website that are supposed to allow you to sign up, but, oddly, the links currently lead to the Google home page.
Though Aurora Skin Cream has an official website, it is hardly informative. No documentation backing the claims of the product’s effectiveness and dermatologist recommendations is readily supplied. There is no ingredient list information. There is also no indication of the product’s price on the website.
Aurora Skin Cream is meant to target wrinkles all over the face and reduce circles around the eyes, leaving skin firm, fresh, and youthful. But you have to buy two different products to achieve all the effects.
Aurora Skin Cream cannot be purchased through major retailers. The manufacturer provides a free trial, but the links are currently malfunctioning. Many customers have complained that the free trial is a scam that charges their credit cards each month and is hard to cancel.
There are many anti-aging creams on the market, so please consider all options before making a purchase.
As we age the composition, texture and appearance of our skin changes. Signs of skin aging include wrinkles, fine lines, loss of moisture, uneven tone and dull, tired-looking skin. There are countless anti-wrinkle creams on the market promising to make skin look and feel younger. Many anti-wrinkle creams promise everything short of a facelift or to provide the much sought after "fountain of youth". In reality most are just moisturizers marketed as anti-aging products.
Below you’ll find some of the most effective wrinkle serum/cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.