My Review: Fillerina (2021) – Scam Or Legit?

It’s time to review Fillerina – which seems like a very unique product.

Due to its looks and packaging, it makes people curious to try it.

But the question is, is there any chance that it’s a scam?:

  • pretty overrated
  • quite expensive
  • many negative reviews behind

So are there any chances that this product works?

I tried to dig deep into it, in order to give you the truth about this replenishing gel.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Fillerina.

Review Summary

Full Name: Dermo Replenishing Gel by Fillerina

Product Type: Anti-Aging Cream

Best Actual Prize: Starting from $110

Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon

Designed For: Replenishing the skin– it claims to:

  • plump skin
  • add volume
  • reduce visible lines

My Rating: 4 out of 10

Recommended?: Not really. I don’t consider it a bad product, but it has some major issues:

  • it’s too expensive
  • may cause skin irritations
  • has a little quantity

I personally recommend a way better anti-aging cream instead.

It’s a much better choice in terms of quality/price, ingredients and customer feedback.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Different way of application from most anti-aging products
  • Has 5 versions of strength
  • Based on some potent skin ingredients
What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Really overpriced
  • Comes in a small quantity
  • Has some exaggerated claims
  • Lacks other strong anti-aging components
  • Can cause side effects
  • Has a lot of negative reviews

 

 


Fillerina Gel – A Quick Overview


Shortly – Fillerina is a clinical treatment you can use at home. 

At first sight, it looks very similar to cosmetic devices. 

But in my own opinion, it looks like just a scam (especially the applicator).

I didn’t see any reviews about this product on its official website – but there are some on Amazon.

And honestly – the comments from people who tried it don’t look too good.

Fillerina does comes from a legit and trusted brand, but that’s surely not enough.

There are some facts that should make you think twice before buying it:

  • possible short-term effects
  • overpriced
  • comes in a very small quantity
  • lacks other strong anti-aging ingredients
  • can be too strong/weak for the skin

To be honest – the first time I saw it, it seemed very promising.

But as I researched it more thoroughly, I started doubting it.

Is it worth buying expensive products like this than actually visiting a dermatologist?

I’m aware most people avoid visiting a doctor.

But in this case, why not go for an anti-aging cream that is much safer to use than Fillerina?

 


#1 – Claims & Producer


Here are the things you might want to know about this product:

  • how it works
  • who is the producer behind
  • what skin problems it helps best
1. Claims

Fillerina claims to be “The Needle-Free Skin Plumper.”

And here’s how it promises to help your skin:

  • replenishs fine lines and wrinkles
  • adds volume to your lips and cheeks
  • maintains the effect of injections

Another claim is that it contains different sizes of its ingredients’ molecules.

This means that’s it’s absorbed in various skin levels.

It also means the product has different grades (strengths) depending on the problem intensity.

In other words:

  • there are 5 product versions
  • each is designed for a different intensity

Basically – Grade 1 is the most simple version, while Grade 5 is designed for deep wrinkles.

The other versions are in between (going from Grade 1 to 5).

There’s also a disclaimer on Fillerina’s official website – according to it:

  • it’s not a substitute for surgical procedures and injections
  • it’s good for people who don’t want to go under the needle

However – what makes this product unique then?

Is it about the applicator or its strength level?

Because in my own opinion, these are not enough for its price.

If it’s not a substitute for surgical treatments, why should you go for it?

There are so many anti-aging creams that are way cheaper and work about the same.

So I don’t really see the point of using Fillerina.

2. Company Behind

The company behind this product is Fillerina, which is the Italian subsidiary of Labo Cosprophar AG. 

According to its website:

  • products are made for facial skin, lips, cleavage and neck
  • some benefits include lifting, contouring and plumping
  • textures include gel, cream and masks

Now – this brand gives the impression that it offers surgical treatments.

But in reality, their products have nothing to do with surgery.

I believe that it may be part of their marketing strategy to attract buyers.

But based on the legitimacy of the brand, it’s safe to buy from it.

 


#2 – Formula (5 out of 10)


Fillerina comes with 2 vials (gel and film), which means we have to analyze them both:

  • contain different forms of peptides
  • have some different forms of Hyaluronic Acid
  • incorporate herbal extracts and common skin ingredients

Overall, both formulas look quite disappointing.

At least when it comes to their potency and ability of reducing wrinkles.

But let’s take a closer look at its major compounds (in both the gel and the film).

1. Gel

The actual name of this vial is “dermo-cosmetic gel filler with filling effect 1”.

Now – there are 3 key ingredients inside this gel:

  • Hyaluronic Acid – enhances skin firmness and elasticity [1]
  • Matrifull – reconstructs and plumps the deep cutaneous tissues (according to its website)
  • Hexapeptides Nourishing – increases skin regeneration [2]

This gel’s components are focused on hydrating and adding volume to the skin.

They don’t necessarily fight aging or fine wrinkles.

Instead – they are better when it comes to prevention.

Again, adding hydration to your skin will help avoid dryness that leads to skin folds.

2. Film

The second vial is called “nourishing film for the oval of the face 2.”

Basically – after the first vial, you will have to apply this film on top.

In terms of composition, it has more active ingredients than the gel:

  • Xylitol – increases skin barrier [3]
  • Vitamin E – protects the skin from UV damages
  • Limnanthes Alba Seed Oil – creates a protective seal to lock in moisture
  • Shea Butter – promotes wound healing
  • Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract (PFE) – increases collagen and elastin levels [4]
  • Cyathea Australis Leaf Extract – provides antioxidants
  • Acetyl Hexapeptide-30 – restores skin hydration

Considering its ingredients, this film doesn’t have an amazing composition.

Its main goal is to provide a barrier for the skin against environmental damages.

So it’s more of a protection role, which is not very helpful in these conditions.

Also – it helps with itchiness and redness, which are not some major problems either.


Conclusion

Overall, Fillerina’s composition looks pretty disappointing:

  • comes in 2 forms that need to be combined
  • none of them has a very potent formula

Basically – this product doesn’t seem very potent when it comes to reducing wrinkles.

At least this is my view on it, judging after its composition.

It seems great for hydration and protection – but that’s pretty much it.

So judging after its composition, I would surely not recommend it.

 


#3 – Consistency & Dosage (6 out of 10)


Here are some facts about the textures of Fillerina’s 2 products.

1. Consistency

Let’s describe vial 1 first:

  • clear in color
  • light gel consistency
  • light chemical scent

It’s quite easy to describe its texture, because it has a clear packaging. And so far, I see it as the serum part of the kit.

As for the second vial:

  • quite thick
  • white/beige color
  • light perfume scent

I feel like the film product is the moisturizer part of the Fillerina.

Judging after their looks, I can tell that both products don’t soak in immediately.

That’s because they both have some slightly thick consistencies.

2. Dosage

Here’s how you should use this product – according to its instructions:

  1. Use the applicator that comes with it and extract 2 ml of Step 1 (Gel).
  2. Apply it directly to wrinkles, cheeks and lips.
  3. Pat the product using your fingertips.
  4. Wait for 10 minutes or until your skin absorbs it.
  5. Extract 2 ml of step 2 cream and pat it all over your face and neck.
  6. Repeat the procedure every night for 14 nights.

Now – the instructions are the same for all the grades.

To be honest, I don’t see the importance of using the applicator if you’re going to pat the product eventually.

I would understand it if you weren’t allowed to touch the product.

But that doesn’t seem to be the case.

Anyway, using this product is fairly easy – pretty much like your normal skin case routine.

And lastly, it’s recommended to redo this treatment every 3-4 months.

So it’s a long-term remedy, if I can call it so.

 


#4 – Results (3 out of 10)


In order to see how a product works, one thing you should look at are its customers’ reviews.

I do that – in order to avoid giving you a biased view.

So I checked out Fillerina’s reviews on Amazon, because those are known to be legit.

Note: I only analyzed authentic reviews, not promotional or fake ones.

1. Positive Opinions

Usually, I don’t rely on the reviews written on the product’s website.

But in this case, there isn’t any related to this cream.

Anyway – you can purchase Fillerina from these sellers:

  • Amazon
  • Fillerina’s official website

So in order to avoid fake reviews, I focused solely on the reviews of the people who bought it from Amazon.

Here’s what most satisfied users say about it:

  1. Some satisfied users say they experienced plumping of their skin.
  2. Others feel that their face was more hydrated.
  3. A few mentioned that it helped maintain their fillers until the next session.

Now – I checked the overall ratings of the product in different grades.

And the highest rating it got so far is only 3.9/5 stars (the rest are lower).

So in terms of customer satisfaction, Fillerina isn’t as amazing as it claims to be.

2. Negative Opinions

I looked into the comments of people who gave Fillerina one star ratings:

  1. Most of them claim to have seen no results.
  2. A lot of people comment that the price is not worth it.
  3. Others had a hard time using the applicator.
  4. Some found the packaging not good and ended up getting damaged products.

Now, complaints about a high price tag are quite common.

These customers still opted to buy it, hoping to see an improvement – but they got the opposite.

So overall – I don’t see this product very promising.

At least when it comes to its user feedback.


Conclusion

To be honest, I am quite shocked by the feedback from people who tried it.

That’s because Fillerina’s effect seems to be the opposite from what it claims.

Plus – the rate of complaints is about the same in all 5 grades.

So even the strongest version received the same criticism.

That’s why I don’t consider it a very good option.

I would suggest you to go for better alternatives that are more effective and cost less.

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (8 out of 10)


So far, I could not find any complaints about the negative side effects of this product.

That’s both a positive and negative thing:

  • the ingredients are not too harsh (good)
  • it tends to have a very weak effect (bad)

In terms of side effects, here are the possible reactions you can get:

  • burning sensation
  • allergic reaction
  • swollen lips
  • skin irritation

But overall – most people should not experience them, so they are rather rare cases.

Still, I suggest that you invest in a product with a lot of customer reviews behind it.

 


#6 – Price (3 out of 10)


Fillerina Gel is quite expensive, considering its overall package and composition.

That’s why I don’t consider it such a good option.

1. The Exact Price

Honestly, the first thing I noticed about this product was its price.

Now, you can buy it from these 2 places:

  • Fillerina’s official website
  • Amazon

Since it comes with different grades/strengths, prices vary.

I checked Amazon and the stocks are not complete for all.

For this reason – I will only focus on the offered prices from the official website.

There are 5 different grades:

  • Grade 1 costs $110
  • Grade 2 costs $125
  • The 3rd costs $135
  • Grade 4 PLUS costs $175
  • Grade 5 PLUS costs $200

In terms of product volume, all grades have 2 vials of 30 ml (1.05 fl.) each.

If you’re looking for discounts and bonuses, here’s what you get from Amazon:

  • free Returns
  • Free Shipping (selected dates)
  • discounts when using Amazon Rewards Visa Card

However, I would say that prices and stock are more organized on the official website.

But regardless of these discounts, I would still say that this product costs a lot:

  • quantity is very little
  • a supply is only designed for 14 days
  • but it might not even last that long

Basically – you pay at least $110 for a 2 weeks supply.

And this only happens if you have the finest type of wrinkles (so that you can go for grade 1).

Not to mention that you have to repeat it every 3-4 months.

So Fillerina is extremely expensive overall – and I would not recommend it in any way.

2. Competitors’ Price

I only want to compare this cream with the #1 anti-aging product I know.

I’m talking about Kollagen Intensiv:

  1. Kollagen Intensiv has the best formula backed with clinical studies.
  2. Fillerina has a good set of ingredients but a weak formula overall.
  3. Kollagen Intensiv’s standard price is around $60.
  4. However, you can also get it for about $36.
  5. On the other hand, Fillerina’s price starts at $110.
  6. It has a lower quantity and there’s a tendency that you need to use more.

It’s obvious that between these two, Kollagen Intensiv is a much better option.

It contains strong anti-aging ingredients and it can last more than a month.

So I clearly prefer this cream, it’s a way better option. 


Conclusion

Summing up, Fillerina is definitely not worth the money:

  • really small quantity for the price
  • a supply is only meant for 14 days
  • actual price is huge

Judging after all the complaints it has, there are high chances that it doesn’t help you too much.

So why would you invest a small fortune in it?

That especially when you can get a much cheaper alternative with an excellent customer feedback.

 

 


#7 – Fillerina Dermo Replenishing Gel In 3 Ideas


Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on this product.

1. Weak Formula

If you look at its ingredients, I would say it’s far from decent:

  • mostly helps with hydration and protection
  • not based on some potent anti-aging agents

It does come in 5 different versions, but most customers claim it didn’t help them too much.

So it’s not a product I would recommend neither on paper, nor in reality.

2. Still Legit

Looking at this product’s background, I would say that it’s legit:

  • made by a reputable company
  • professional website
  • many info and contact details available

So its producer is definitely not a ghost brand or a scam.

That’s one of the few reasons why I would trust this product.

3. Overpriced

The moment I saw this product, I considered it very expensive right away:

  • price starts at $110
  • its 2 vials only contain 30 ml each
  • a supply only lasts for 14 days

Anti-aging products tend to be quite pricey, that’s for sure.

But Fillerina is way more expensive than most.

So in my view, it’s clearly not worth those money, in any circumstances.

 


My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?


Short answer: Not at all.

I don’t consider this product a scam, because it does have a couple of good points.

But I don’t think it’s worth it, due to the following reasons:

  1. Negative reviews (about it not being effective)
  2. Basic formula
  3. Super high price tag
  4. Small quantity
  5. Exaggerated claims

But there are better options on the market with stronger anti-aging benefits and a lower price.

And the product I’m mostly talking about is Kollagen Intensiv:

  1. Best anti-aging formula overall
  2. Strong form of ingredients backed-up with clinical studies
  3. Only a small amount needed for the application
  4. A jar can last longer (1 month or more)
  5. Much cheaper

Now, this product may look like your typical cream – but its benefits are huge.

So if you want to get your money’s worth, I really advise you better go for this product.

best anti aging

References:

1 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC3970829/

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC3583892/ 

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC6723878/

4 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC5691901/

Written by 

Paula has a background in Chemistry and continues to pursue a degree in it. She loves researching for the best products in the market that will give excellent benefits to the human body.

4 thoughts on “My Review: Fillerina (2021) – Scam Or Legit?

  1. I am intrigued by the product. Do you purposely inject it in your face? It looks like the typical injectable treatment made in the clinic. Fillerina looks very scary to use for me because I perceive it as a needle-type application. Are we even advised to do it ourselves at home? I wish you can simplify how the product works. I also want to know how I would choose the right version for me. Thanks!

    1. Hey Kiera, I thought of the same at first too! But upon doing my research, it’s not injectable at all. The brand opted to go with the injection design since they wanted their product to be a surgical alternative to Botox. Now, just like needle injections, you need to dispense or sip the product from the vial but the suction of the tube is enough, no need for the real needles. You then push the syringe to release the product in your face, again, no needles included. So to wrap it up, the overall design is just a gimmick or aesthetic to me. As for the grade, you might want to start at grade 1 so you can at least know if your skin will go well with the product or not. I always recommend starting from the mild strength going up to the strength you can tolerate. Hope I cleared everything.

  2. I’m already 64 years old and that means more wrinkles and lines. With that, should I proceed to grade 5 already? I saw the photo you posted so I assume I pick the fifth as it will be more appropriate for my age. My other concern is the price of the product because it’s very very high. Do you have something to recommend to me, a more budget-friendly product? I read some of your reviews and they are informative. Looking forward to more.

    1. Hello Tina! Well, age is just a number and skin aging is normal to everyone. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend you start in the middle grade or lower than the 5th. I don’t actually suggest the highest strength right away because some people might find it very harsh. So how would you assess your skin sensitivity? But really, I suggest you play safe and start in the middle. In terms of recommendations, I have something for you and it’s easier to use. The product I’m talking about is Kollagen Intensiv. It doesn’t have variations in strength but the cream contains amazing anti-aging ingredients so it works as it intended to do. I hope I answered your inquiries.

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