James Davis

Skincell Pro Reviews - What Is It?

WARNING: DO NOT BUY Skincell Pro Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!

Skincell Pro is a skincare product that is specially designed to help the user get rid of all the moles and skin tags. It comes in the form of a serum that is claimed to be manufactured from natural ingredients. The product's components promise to remove your skin blemishes in a safe and effective way. But before we dive into the contents of the serum let us take a look at who the manufacturer of Skincell Pro is. Well, the company behind the product is badly known or reputable in the country. It has an official website that appears to be very low-informative, though. The company's full postal address is not provided on the site, but it is obvious that it is based in the USA. The company does not seem to offer any other products. The site is full of promising claims about the product and carries a purely marketing character.

The Skincell Pro's manufacturer claims that the serum is produced from reliable natural ingredients which make the product effective in removing skin tags and moles. The user is also promised to enjoy a smooth skin in addition to freedom from blemishes. The company offers a 14-day trial period but if you don't return it within this period you will be enrolled in a monthly subscription service. It means that you will be charged for the new supply of serum automatically. Such policy has caused a lot of complaints from users. The product is available on the official website of the manufacturer. Let us take a look at the ingredients found in the formula.

Ingredients of Skincell Pro - Does It Really Work? Is It a Scam?

As it was already mentioned, this serum targets the root of your skin tag or mole. It absorbs into your skin and attracts a large number of white blood cells to the area. The ingredients in the product then help to heal the skin after the procedure. The manufacturer's site does not provide enough information about the components of Skincell Pro but we managed to do our own deep research. The major ingredient in the product is Zincum Muriaticum. It possesses antiseptic properties that promote the healing process of the created wound and disinfect the area. As a result, you are expected to get a clear and smooth skin. Zincum Muriaticum has roots in the homeopathic community. While some websites promote it as beneficial for skin moles and tags, authoritative websites such as webmd.com and Drugs.com indicate that there is lack of clinical evidence to support the manufacturer's claims. We were unable to find any evidence on authoritative sites that this substance can heal the skin. In some cases it may cause side effects and allergic reactions.

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The second major ingredient in Skincell Pro is Sanguinaria Canadensis. It is actually a herb that is responsible for stimulating the white blood cells and for directing them to certain body parts. They promote the repairing process of this or that blemish. It is also claimed to play an important role for removing the dead tissue from the human skin. Sanguinaria Canadensis is also known as Bloodroot. According to Drugs.com, it has been used to treat cancerous growths (warts and polyps) since the 19th century. The drawback of this substance is that it lacks evidence to back up its clinical value for removing skin tags or moles on authoritative websites.

As a matter of fact, we were unable to find enough clinical evidence to substantiate the claims made by Skincell Pro during our research. Thus, the effectiveness of the upper describes two ingredients is under question. Another disadvantage about these substances is that the manufacturer does not provide exact dosage information. It means that they may pose some health risks when used together. Let's talk more about this further.

Customer Reviews - Does It Have Any Side Effects?

Skincell Pro is said to have no side effects based on the claim that it is produced from natural ingredients. However, this claim is wrong, since even natural substances may lead to adverse reactions. To reduce the risk of negative reactions you are advised to follow all the usage recommendations properly. The product is said to be free from additives, chemicals, fillers, synthetic substances, or other harmful ingredients. After studying some online outlets, we did not find any direct reports of side effects from using the product. However, one of the main ingredients, Sanguinaria Canadensis, is linked to disfiguring scarring and localized tissue damage, according to Drugs.com. We also found some evidence showing that the product can be harmful for pregnant or nursing women. So, they should avoid this substance.

On a few sites it is claimed that Skincell Pro may cause skin redness and inflammation in the area at about eight hours after application. This may be the indication that the product is working effectively. But if the condition worsens or does not subside within eight hours you are recommended to consult your doctor immediately. After the procedure you may get a wound which may need to be treated with other healing products. Before using the serum you are advised to read the manufacturer's recommendations carefully. You can apply the product directly on the affected area after cleansing it with a cotton bud. You will need to massage it gently, and let it absorb well into your skin. Apply Skincell Pro two or three times a day. The product has a poor customer reputation online. The most common complains refer poor results, side effects, dishonest company's policy and poor customer service. All reviews on Highya are negative. Let us take a look at the actual users' testimonials.

"Skincell Pro did nothing for my skin tags. I used this product faithfully for one month but saw no change. I did not experience any side effects like other users, which was ok. A few months later I received an email that states that some other cream had been shipped to me. I didn't order anything else, but it was probably linked to my initial purchase. The company charged my credit card three days before I received the email. I cancelled my total subscription but they did not give me a refund for the product I didn't order. This is unfair!"

"I was tricked into the auto delivery of Skincell pro. It is nowhere said clearly that they would start monthly auto shipments. I ordered the three-bottle deal a month ago. I have used the product twice a day but nothing good has happened to my skin. My skin tags are still there. I had not finished the first bottle when I received another one. They charged $69.95 for one bottle from my MasterCard! It took some research, but I found their phone number 1-800-226-5018 and cancelled further shipments."

"SkincellPro arrived with a slightly different sticker than the product I had already bought from them. It did not work after two weeks of applying it. I did not have any tingly feeling either. What's even more frustrating is that the company started sending me their products that I didn't order. I asked them to stop sending them to me. They negotiated for half refund but I insisted on a full refund. I am still waiting for my money back."

Where To Buy Skincell Pro?

According to the main website, Skincell Pro is available in three tiers. One bottle costs $58.95, three bottles can be ordered for $99, while five bottles are priced at $148. Shipping is free for the 3- and- 5-bottle options, but buying a single bottle, you will need to pay $9.95 for shipping. There is no evidence of "Autoship" program on the official website; however, the company starts sending new supplies of the product on a monthly basis if you don't refuse from them. Skincell Pro comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.

My Final Summary

Skincell Pro does not appear to be a good solution for skin tags and moles because it has too many disadvantages. Little is known about the manufacturer of the product and the company appears to conduct a dishonest marketing policy. They start sending new supplies of the product without even warning the customer. One's credit card is charged accordingly. In general, the product does not seem to maintain a clear and attractive skin surface or to remove any blemishes from your skin effectively. Many users complain of experiencing side effects. The company offers a 30-day money back guarantee but in rare cases returns the money. With this said I cannot recommend Skincell Pro to usage.