Curology was founded by Dr. David Lortscher, a qualified dermatologist from New Mexico, with the goal of making high-end skin care affordable to everyone. Lortscher, along with his brother and mother, founded the first (as it claimed) online dermatological practice. Curology is based in San Francisco, California, and all of its products are custom-made in San Diego, California, using cutting-edge technology.
What is Curology used for?
Since visit a dermatologist may be time consuming and costly, especially if you don’t have insurance or can’t locate a doctor in your town hood. Curology offers a professional consultation from the comfort of your own home right now.
All you need to do is follow a few simple steps. Sign up with Curology, but make sure it is available in your area. Then you will be asked to answer the standard questions about your health and other relevant information and download some photos to get an idea of the condition of your skin (make sure there are no filters before you do this). You will be connected by a professional after this testing. As required by law in all 50 states, these providers are board-certified dermatologists, nurse practitioners or physician assistants with prescribing authority. He’ll create a skin-care regimen that’s tailored to your needs. This is a unique product (dubbed a “superbottle”) in which the active ingredients are selected specifically for your skin type. And voila, within 3 working days you will receive a treatment that is made especially for you! Customers also get access to the provider, who will answer questions and give advice such as over-the-counter cleansers and moisturizers, nutrition tips or whatever you’re interested in.
How much does Curology cost?
Yay, Curology has a 30-day trial Which includes a set of three products: a 0.4 oz. serum, a 0.8 oz. moisturizer and a 1.4 oz. cleanser, designed to last a month with daily use. You’ll only have to pay $5 for shipping. But keep in mind (as the reviewers say) that you will automatically be billed for payment and receipt of the $59.90 box four weeks after the samples are shipped, unless you cancel the order. Then you choose the plan that you would like, depending on the number of products that you need, the basic price starts at 19.95$ + shipping. Depending on your preferences, shipment are made once a month or every two months. You may also customize your monthly Curology subscription by adding other items.
How to cancel Curology subscription?
However, if you decide to cancel your subscription, it’s rather simple to do so. Just click on your name in the upper right corner to open the drop-down menu, then click “payment”. At the bottom corner of this page, you will see a cancellation option. One more thing, Curology does not accept or process returns or exchanges.
The before and after photos of Curology clients are stunning. So is it worth it? Curology products works for 88 percent of people, according to surveys taken from 432 Curology patients. Is it real? Can it really replace actual visits to a dermatologist? Write your reviews, complaints or share your positive experiences!
I have been using the Curology product for over a year and it has helped me a lot. However, on 11/18 I received an invoice for the next shipment of the product and received an email telling me it had been shipped. However, when I click on the shipment tracking link, for the past few weeks, the... Read more➤
Decent skin care product, disgusting customer service. I accepted a free sample of the product and liked the way it cleaned my pimples, so I ordered the first box. The box arrived in the mail completely empty, so I contacted customer service and was told they would send a new box, but that it wouldn’t arrive for... Read more➤
I ordered the trial version a few days ago. Plus the monthly recurring subscription! I looked at the care plan. The only thing I needed was a night cream. I was shocked. I asked to cancel the subscription because I was disappointed. And also to delete my photos but they refused to it. And said they would... Read more➤
I’ve been using Curology for the past few months and my skin was so red and inflamed that I had burns on my face, neck/chest. I sought medical attention and the doctor told me that not only did the ingredients not help my skin, but they also contained too many exfoliants/acids. Even after I informed Curology that... Read more➤