Raiza CremeFalse advertising

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RAIZA CREME, sometimes called Raiza cream or Raisa Cream by others, claims to contain ingredients that it does not contain. Green tea extracts, among others, are claimed to be in the preparation - however, when you purchase and receive a bottle, OTHER ingredients are listed. The ingredients are basically: oils, glycerin and preservatives, with some other trace ingredients, like placenta extract.

The company claims that this cream does wonders to wrinkles, eczema and rosacea, among other numerous skin complaints. In truth, the cream does little more than act as a mile moisturizer.

I am sorry to see so many wild false claims about this cream running rampant on the internet. Buyer beware!

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    Becky W. Mar 27, 2008

    Many satisfied orders of this cream have been received and used by me and I note it does what it claims or I wouldn't still be using it faithfully; AND all my jars have green tea labeled on the jars along with a lot of other quality ingredients, anyone doing their homework on creams can see this right away and the cost is more realistic with this cream. Nothing of what you wrote about above rings true, so I'm really not sure what you reviewed. No need to bash the cream I thoroughly enjoy using with false claims; if the cream didn't work for you, just try another till you find the one that does work for you personally.

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