Crepe Erase Review 2018: Results, Ingredients, Side Effects, Price, Where To Buy & Best Alternative

WARNING: Last Update August 2018
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In this article (Last Update 2018) we will explain to you what is Crepe Erase, how does it work, what are its ingredients, side effects, show you real customer reviews, give you prices, where to buy it & recommend best alternative.

Crepe Erase products
Crepe Erase is a specialist beauty product endorsed by the actress Jane Seymour.

A lot of the initial Crepe Erase reviews were favorable, but I’m wondering if they were based on the initial hype, with people a bit overexcited.

Crepe Erase cream was marketed to address “crepey” skin, specifically on your arms, legs and face.

It claims to be a “breakthrough body treatment”.

It also claims that you could be “happy in your own skin”.

Now obviously these are big claims, and the marketing appears to have been quite cynical by trying to target people who are down about themselves and are looking to spend money to try and be happy in their own skin.

So what’s the truth?

What Are The Crepe Erase Products?

crepe erase package

There are two kits available in the Crepe Erase cream product range.

A two-piece kit and the five piece kit.

The two-piece kit is basically pointless because it only gives you step one and two of what is meant to be a five-step process.

So it is utterly pointless otherwise why sell the five piece kit?

The upgrade gives you a five piece kit + free eye serum, whatever that does.

In the five piece kit you get:

  • Exfoliating body polish
  • Intensive body repair treatment
  • Refining facial scrub
  • Rested through the facial treatment
  • Ultra-hydrating body lotion

Crepe Erase Ingredients

It claims to begin work after just one use, so there must be some pretty hot ingredients in the Crepe Erase kit you would think?

Well, you’d be amazed to find out it’s actually very difficult to find out what’s in these products.

There’s a reason for that, once you find out what those product ingredients are you will realize there is nothing special in it at all:

  • Shea butter
  • Cocoa butter
  • Olive oil
  • Beeswax
  • Dill extract
  • Apple extract

Although every single one of these is proven to have minor skin moisturisation benefits, they are all present in virtually every skin moisturizing solution out there.

Some of the ingredients also have minor anti-inflammatory properties.

The only specialist ingredient is something called TruFirm.

TruFirm is a proprietary ingredient in Crepe Erase.

The problem is there is no information about what it is, what it does, or studies proving its effectiveness.

So in short, you got a set of products which contain general moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties, although even this is unproven because there is insufficient clinical evidence to show that any of these ingredients can visibly change the effects of aging.

Does Crepe Erase Work?

before after crepe erase

In a word no.

It certainly does not match the claims made by the company who claim that it is “proven to provide visibly firmer and younger looking skin”.

This is simply not a true claim.

Yes it is a general moisturizing agent in steps.

Yes the products can potentially have minor benefits to the skin.

But to suggest that this is some miracle cure for age-related “crepey” skin is ridiculous.

The simple fact is that you have to change the texture and taughtness of the skin to get rid of the effects of wrinkles and that Crepe-like texture.

This is not possible with any general moisturizing agent.

Crepe Erase Side Effects

Generally, this product is not expected to cause side-effects to develop as it does not include any artificial or harmful chemicals.

Still, allergic reactions are always possible, making it essential for users first to test to see if they may be allergic to some of the ingredients contained in the product.

Should an allergic reaction develop during the test, it is recommended to avoid using this cream.

Is Crepe Erase A Scam?

This is one of the first reviews of ever done on beauty products were I am close to saying there is a Crepe Erase scam.

I think the claims made by the company are misleading and designed to deliberately emotionally trigger people.

They even describe people with crepey skin as unattractive on the main website.

They are cagey about what is in the products and the only effect it could possibly have is to moisturize the skin because none of the ingredients have any properties linked to the claims made by the company.

One interesting thing is the company who market Crepe Erase are also responsible for another beauty brand called Meaningful Beauty.

This has also been linked to poor marketing techniques, a lack of clarity about backing up the claims made, and being cagey about the ingredients.

Crepe Erase Price And Where To Buy It

official website

I can’t understand why you’d want to, but you can’t buy Crepe Erase in stores.

Also buying Crepe Erase Amazon and other stores is not official either.

You have to buy it from the company themselves or authorized resellers.

On top of that you get put into an auto enrollment program which basically re-bills you and keeps sending you the stuff.

The maximum results system, the five piece kit of Crepe Erase is $69.95 on the company’s website.

You can buy all the products including the kits on Amazon unofficially.

The prices that very inflated to me, with some of the single products being around $70 even though they are part of a five piece kit at the same price.

Money Back Guarantee & Refund Policy

With the many negative reviews found on the product’s official website, looking at the money-back guarantee offered by the brand becomes essential.

Even though an affordable product, a customer will not want to throw their money in the trash if this product does not work for them.

Luckily, the brand does offer a 60-day risk-free trial period.

When a customer buys the product, they can use it for two months to see if it works well for them.

Should the customer find that age-related signs on their skin do not improve with daily use of this product, then they can get in touch with the brand to be issued a refund on their purchase.

It should be noted that a full refund will not be provided to the customer.

Before the brand issues a refund to the customer, they will have to return the remaining products to the manufacturer, and the brand will deduct a fee for shipping and handling from the refund amount.

Crepe Erase Reviews & Complaints

reviews

Although you can’t officially by Crepe Erase on Amazon, the products are there for sale and user reviews are pretty mixed:

“Nice cream but not at all healthful,it has a nice texture.. smalles nice but any shea butter can give you that special feel and look I am very glad I bought it on a one time thing Bases I will not buy it again…seriously stupid me to think it would work,but funny we always buy them anyway”

“I have been using crepe erase every day for a few weeks once a day on my neck. When wearing it there is a bit of an improvement but over all I think any lotion would do as much. I’m not going purchase it again.”

These type of purchase reviews are hardly surprising considering that the ingredients of these products are purely about moisturisation, as we have already discussed.

Final Verdict

final verdict graphic

Apart from moisturized skin I can’t think of a single pro-about buying Crepe Erase.

In terms of the negatives:

  • Just a very expensive moisturizer.
  • Website automatically rebuilds you.
  • Website claims and advertising are ridiculous.
  • Very little evidence to back up the claims.
  • No scientific basis behind the claims made about any of the ingredients.

So for me this is a resounding no bordering on a scam.

Crepe Erase is… Crepe.

Best Alternative

meladerm photo

If I was going to spend my money I would go for something simple and effective like Meladerm.

Meladerm is a high-quality moisturizer blended with a range of proven ingredients that can significantly reduce dark spots, light in the skin and blend your tone.

It’s also a lot cheaper and has a lot of positive user reviews across the Internet.

So I would really suggest if you going to take your money out of your pocket to address “crepey” skin then I would look for a product that has the ingredients in it which can genuinely do that, which is what Meladerm has.

So, what do you think about our Crepe Erase review? Would you buy this product or not? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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19 Comments

  1. Sherri Rodgerd says:

    Thank you. I was going to buy it but guess I will stick with crepe skin and use lots of lotion dang sun but had lots of fun in the sun in my youth.

    1. Cathy Rojo says:

      Just incase anyone is thinking about ordering the Crepe Erase product beaware if you do you are automatically auto delievery.. I tried to stop this as I only want to try it to see if it worked. Which it does not. Called and cancelled but not they are going to charge my card for a balance of over $92. BE AWARE BEFORE YOU BUY ON LINE.

  2. Revere bigham says:

    Why would Jane semour be a spokesperson for this product? I saw her n a news show and she had noticable lnes on her neck but on the infomercial show . This should be against the law. Jane I am surprised you would do this. Money defies truth. Qvc has it on today as their Special. Someone wrote in and asked why they would do this with the low ratngs???

    1. Jackie Wing says:

      Many celebrities become spokespersons for products because they get paid a lot of money. It’s just another gig for them and they are after all actors and can lie very well. The one who should be ashamed is the doctor who created this. He is a plastic surgeon but is also a doctor and knows that creams do not get rid of crepe skin or wrinkles that’s why he is a plastic surgeon. It’s all about money. Shame on all of them. Jennifer Anniston does a commercial for Eye Love claiming she has chronic dry eye. She does not, and the over the counter product she is promoting does not get rid of chronic dry eye. None of them do. Even very expensive many hundreds of dollars monthly prescriptions don’t. I have it and it is very debilitating and women like Jennifer and this doctor should be ashamed of themselves for scamming people for money especially when it’s a medical problem Cruelty for sure.

  3. Carol Wilkinson says:

    I received an email from crepe erase thanking me for my order which I never ordered.
    Not sure what to do but don’t want it never ordered it wondered where they obtained my details.
    If anything arrives it’s going straight back.

  4. Carrie says:

    Every Hollywood star has a beauty line or advertises for one! It’s all just a moisturizer and because you’ll be excited about results you will use it daily and see a visible difference. You can’t stop the aging process and there’s no miracle cure for aging skin except a plastic surgeon which all of them visit on a regular basis!

  5. Jill says:

    I got here after watching Dorothy Hamill endorsing this product and claiming she’s used it every day for years. It was momentarily tempting… and I’m glad I overcame the temptation!

  6. Sarah Ewing says:

    Complete waste of money, and Gunthy-Renker is a terrible company. I have had issues with them in the past. I cancelled my subscription months ago and just got a shipment. Scammers.

  7. Okemah L Wolfe says:

    My friend has been using this during the whole time I had the flu… One month… I gasped when I saw her and asked her what she was using. Her face, neck & arms had been transformed. She gave some to me and after two applications my spouse who hasn’t commented to me in two years spouts off in the morning, “you look beautiful” clear out of the blue! I know the skin retains moisture better and is firmer with less wrinkles.

  8. T. says:

    I tried the product and was allergic to it. I called and requested they stop sending it. They charged me and didn’t send product. It’s a fraud or money scam to me.

  9. Joanie says:

    I have to say I am not impressed, I’ve been using 8in1 for a couple of months and am soooooooooooo pleased with it as well as the ingredients, very healthy. It does take the place of 8 individual products

  10. Becky C. says:

    Look closely at the before and after picture of the elderly lady in this ad. There is no way that the hairs on her head fell exactly the same way in the before and after pictures. So clearly a doctored photo. Just the wrinkles, clothing, and teeth were changed.

    1. Patty says:

      That was so observant of you. I went back and checked. Every single strand was identical. Photoshopped!

  11. Mary Lynn says:

    I agree with Becky C. I noticed the hair before I read her comment and before I could make the same comment. This company should have employees whose responsibility is to identify these errors before releasing such a fake advertisement to the public (including “doctoring” the two front teeth).

  12. RoxAnne Efing says:

    Shame on you Jane Seymour and Dorothy Hamill for misleading people for your own profit. This doesn’t work. It is just a$79 moisturizer. Save your money ladies.

  13. Barbara Grimm says:

    THIS IS A TERRIBLE PRODUCT~~ MY SKIN AFTER ONE USE HAS THE TEXTURE OF LEATHER IN CERTAIN SPOTS AND I ITCH ALL OVER

  14. Pam Spaeth says:

    Sadly after using the product I attempted to cancel the subscription. Of course they’d already charged my credit card for another shipment even though they state they will ship every 12 weeks. Not so, they shipped in four weeks, charged my credit card $45.58 and told me I owe ANOTHER $136.55 for upcoming shipments.

    Do not get roped in unless you’re willing to pay for product you don’t want and are not necessarily happy with. Sadly I knew I shouldn’t trust Gunty Renker who is know for this type of business dealings. Watch your hard earned money ladies…..

  15. Lisa says:

    I didn’t order b/c they refused to give me a list of ingredients. that is a clear sign it is a scam. People that have severe allergies and sensitivities shouldn’t have to buy it and test it ( only to have a reaction) to find out. FDA approves it, it should have ingredients.

    1. Angie says:

      Found this on another website. Hope it helps. Has many chemicals and not sure if it is complete listing:

      Ingredients-
      Exfoliating Body Polish: Water (Aqua), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerin, Acrylates Copolymer, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Cetyl Esters, Hydrated Silica, Peucedanum Graveolens (Dill) Extract, Malus Sylvestris Flower Extract, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax (Cera), Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Butylene Glycol, Ursolic Acid, Citric Acid, Tetrasodium EDTA, Lactic Acid, Sodium PCA, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, Benzoic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Fragrance (Parfum).

      Intensive Body Repair Treatment: Water (Aqua), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, PEG-6, Dimethicone, Cetyl Alcohol, Beeswax (Cera Alba), Butylene Glycol, Polysorbate 60, Tocopheryl Acetate, BHT, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Extract, Peucedanum Graveolens (Dill) Extract, Malus Sylvestris Flower Extract, Maltooligosyl Glucoside, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Humic Acids, Ursolic Acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Ceteareth-20, Hydroxypropyl Guar, Disodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin.

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