Are these skin care products too good to be true?

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(June 16, 2015) – Who doesn`t want to look 10 or 20 years younger?

It sounds impossible, but many people are willing to pay a lot of money to try.

Now dozens of women claim they got duped into paying hundreds, even thousands of dollars for a skincare line that’s supposed to do just that, but it doesn`t.

Vine Vera Skin Care products are sold from kiosks in malls across the country.

The products are for acne, for bags, spots, black heads, white heads, etc. All imperfections disappear, and you only have to use it once a week.

Or so the products claim.

According to KDVR, Jennifer Burch`s son was so convinced by the sales pitch he spent $500 two salt scrubs, two body lotions, a peel and soap. “My son is a sweet, sweet kid and he worked really hard for that money.”

Burch told KDVR she tried to return the un-opened products, but the salesperson would not take the products back despite s sign that “Refunds are issued within 30 days.”

“They`re scam artists,” Burch said.

Dozens of consumers have filed on line complaints claiming they were “lied to,” “ripped off,” and “scammed” into paying hundreds of dollars for products that can be found for 8 or 9 dollars on Amazon or eBay.

Experts say there are some products out on the market for a much more reasonable price that can help with aging. They suggest to look for products with active ingredients like Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and retinol.