My SkinProv Review (2024) – Scam Or Real?

It’s time for my SkinProv review – which looks like a very familiar product.

But is this actually good? Or it's only another scam?

Honestly – I would go for the second option:

  • doubtful patterns
  • no user reviews
  • hidden formula

Well, I did my research and I will tell you what I found out about this product.

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

Review Summary

Full Name: Mole & Skin Tag Corrector by SkinProv

Product Type: Skin Moles & Tags Remover

Best Actual Price: Starts at $30 (Currently Unavailable)

Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon

Designed For: Removing skin tags and moles quickly

My Rating: 1 out of 10

Recommended?: No – it seems to be a bad product in many aspects:

  • no official info
  • unavailable at the moment
  • no full list of ingredients

I strongly suggest you skip this product and go for the best skin moles & tags remover I know instead.


What I Liked About It

  • Contains a herbal extract
  • Seems to have its own official website (but it's not a professional one)


What I Didn’t Like About It

  • No full list of ingredients disclosed
  • No company info available
  • Lacks some important details
  • Dysfunctional website
  • Pricey for its credibility
  • Not available at the moment
  • Looks like an imitation of another product (HaloDerm)
  • No authentic customer reviews
  • Biased 3rd party websites



SkinProv In A Nutshell

This product doesn't feel right from so many points of view.

After analyzing its different aspects, I would say that it fits into one of these 2 scenarios:

  • EITHER comes from an illegitimate brand
  • OR it's only made to get money from people

Given that its credibility is questionable, both options are totally possible.

And since it's the kind of product that disappeared overnight, things don't look too good.

Plus – here are my questions about this cream:

  1. What is the true identity of the producer behind SkinProv?
  2. Are there any chances that it's a re-branded scam?
  3. Do they hide authentic customer reviews?
  4. What could be the major reason why this product is currently unavailable?

Still – getting answers to these questions won't make the product better.

Because in general, it looks pretty bad, honestly.

So overall – I strongly advise you to not trust a product like this one.

Plus, it also follows the same scam patterns as other products I reviewed (Dermabellix is a good example).

There are a lot of products out there that can help you with your tag and moles.

Some are a lot more credible, legit, and proven to be effective.

So it's better to save your money by looking for better investments.

Because overall – I would definitely not recommend Skinprov.



#1 – Claims & Producer

The lack of official info made it hard to describe this product.

But I will try to share with you some things I found:

  • how it works
  • what company is behind it
  • which skin issues it targets
1. Claims

There's a website connected to this product – but I'm not sure if it's the official one.

From what I found out there, this treatment claims to be painless and quick.

Other than that – it also promises additional things:

  • easy to apply
  • no scarring
  • cheaper than surgery

Honestly – these claims sound too generic and fake, so they're most likely so.

I also encountered on some 3rd party websites that this product has 2 versions:

  • Regular – removes 4 moles in 1 week
  • Advanced – gets rid of 10 moles in 8 hours

To tell you honestly, it looks very much like HaloDerm.

Now, its mechanism of action was explained very briefly:

  • penetrates into the root cause of tags and moles
  • break the cells responsible for their growth 

Once again, these claims seem very questionable.

They have no backup, clinical evidence, or studies behind them.

So for me, it's very hard to believe that a product that looks like a scam can actually follow all these promises.

2. Company Behind

Basically – there's no brand connected to this product.

I did indeed find what seems to be an official website.

But after taking a closer look at it – I can tell that it's not really working:

  • only some brief product descriptions of the product
  • no additional details
  • product links directly to a completely different website (selling another product)

So my conclusion is that this company doesn't exist anymore.

If you ask me, it might have closed down, especially because of the bad products it was selling.

So that's some pretty good news, honestly.


#2 – Formula (6 out of 10)

Again – the website connected to this product offers some brief descriptions.

So don't expect to see the full list of ingredients here:

Basically, there are only 2 compounds given out.

Now, the ingredients themselves are pretty good:

  • based on natural extracts
  • pretty common in tag/mole removers

However – the problem is that there is very little info about the formula itself.

Let's take a look at the compounds mentioned:

1. Sanguinaria Canadensis

Since it's a plant extract, you can expect some good benefits from this ingredient:

  • reduces the growth of warts, moles, acne, tags, etc. [1]
  • provides antioxidants
  • has some anti-inflammatory properties

If you ask me, this ingredient is very promising and it can definitely help with skin tags and moles.

However – if it's used alone, I don't think it's enough.

I would say that it works much better in a specific combination.

2. Zinc Chloride

This compound is the second and the last ingredient mentioned:

  • acts as an antiseptic
  • irritates the area in order to remove blemishes
  • has some antimicrobial properties [2]

Obviously – after the removal of skin tags or moles, there will be wounding or exposed flesh.

So the role of this compound is to prevent the area from getting infected.

And additionally, it also helps in the actual process of removing the mole/tag.


This product has 2 compounds that work simultaneously:

  • remove the skin tags/moles
  • provide an aftercare healing

However – the lack of a full list of ingredients is a red flag for me.

Honestly, I don't think a product like this can be trusted.

So if you ask me, I just couldn't recommend it, that's all.



#3 – Consistency & Dosage (2 out of 10)

Based on my careful research, I couldn't find any authentic customer reviews.

That's why it's hard to get an idea about its scent, color, and texture.

Luckily, there's a brief instruction on how to use SkinProv on the website connected to it:

  1. Wash and clean the area that will be treated.
  2. Dispense a small amount of product on your finger/cotton swab.
  3. Apply it directly on the skin tags or moles only.
  4. Wait for 20-30, minutes then wash with warm water.
  5. Leave the area for 24-48 hours to see the results.

There's no info on whether it should be used daily or not (until the tags/moles are removed).

But based on the directions, I assume that you only apply it once, then wait for the results.

Honestly –I don't think you will see any results in 1-2 days with only one application.

That's I advise you to save your energy and money.



#4 – Results (1 out of 10)

To judge a product fairly, I always look for its customers’ opinions.

The goal is to see how a certain product works for different skin types and conditions.

Note: I only consider authentic reviews, not promotional/fake ones.

1. What People Say

As I said, there are 1-2 3rd party websites that reviewed SkinProv:

  • reviews were very general and brief
  • none of the writers had actually tried the product

Other than that – there are no customer reviews anywhere.

I checked the retail website (Amazon) where it was sold and I couldn't find any.

Honestly, it looks like its opinions and reviews about it were deleted:

  • no reviews left
  • several user pictures are still there

Basically – if the product had no user reviews, what about those pictures?

It's clear they were added by some people who had actually tried it.

That's why I'm guessing the actual reviews were deleted (which is another red flag).


Overall – I couldn't recommend a product like this.

Whether it's still available or not, it still has some very doubtful features.

I don't think it's worth the risk especially, to be honest

So if you really want to remove your skin tags and moles, just go for a high-quality alternative.




#5 – Side Effects (5 out of 10)

I didn't encounter any complaints about the side effects of this product.

But that's because there aren't any customer reviews available.

Honestly – this is not a good sign for me, as this product can be dangerous.

And this kind of cream can have one of these 2 results:

  • EITHER it's harmful and too concentrated (less likely)
  • OR it's too weak and it has no effect (more likely)

Still, this cream lacks credibility – so I wouldn't risk giving it a try.

That's why I advise you to stay away from it as well, it's simply not worth it.


#6 – Price (1 out of 10)

To be honest – I don't think any price is low enough for this product.

Since it's most likely a scam – even $1o would be too much.

1. The Exact Price

There's only one website where the actual price is mentioned.

But I'm not sure if that's available for all sellers or not.

From what I saw, there are 2 versions:

  • Regular costs $29.95
  • Advanced costs $37

Now, these prices don't seem too high at first sight.

But once again – given the terrible quality of this product, they are definitely way too high.

Plus, I checked for the product on Amazon, but it's currently unavailable.

And obviously, there's no info on whether it will ever be available again or not.

Honestly, this makes me even more convinced that it's a scam.

2. Competitors’ Price

I want to introduce you to my #1 recommended skin tags & moles remover.

I'm talking about a product called Amarose:

  1. Amarose has some natural ingredients.
  2. It is proven to be effective and real by a lot of customers.
  3. SkinProv has only 2 main compounds.
  4. It has no solid info about it or its producer.
  5. Amarose is still available and can be bought for as little as $39 ($60 normally).
  6. SkinProv is currently unavailable for an unknown time.

All I can say is that Amarose is way better than SkinProv.

Not only does it works for a lot of people, but you can also find the vital info you need.

Now – these 2 products have some common ingredients.

But SkinProv lacks lots of other info when it comes to its full formula.

That's why much better to invest in a trustworthy product (like Amarose is).


SkinProv is definitely not a good option, despite being quite affordable.

But even if you wanted to buy it – you still couldn't do it.

Since there's no trace of this product anywhere, it's impossible to buy it.

Honestly, this sounds like some pretty good news to me.




#7 – Final Conclusions

Here’s a summary of my opinion on this cream.

1. Weak Formula

This product has only 2 ingredients that can ideally work simultaneously:

  • to remove skin tags/moles
  • to soothe and heal the exposed area (after removal)

Honestly, those 2 compounds are pretty good.

But there's no solid info on the entire formula, so it's not really reliable to me.

2. Insufficient Details

How can you trust a product if it lacks the following info?:

  • company/brand
  • authentic customer reviews
  • full list and ingredient dosage
  • official website

Even though there seems to be a website connected to it, it doesn't seem very reliable to me.

The essential info is just briefly mentioned and the other links are not working.

3. Quite Pricey

I only saw the actual price of the product on a 3rd party website.

And honestly speaking, it's far from being worth it.

Now – the product is currently unavailable everywhere.

In my opinion, there must have been significant complaints from its customer.

So that's probably why it disappeared overnight.



My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?

Short answer: Definitely not worth it.

It looks completely like a scam/rip-off:

  1. No company info/website
  2. Full list of ingredients is hidden
  3. Currently unavailable
  4. Quite expensive for its value
  5. No authentic customer reviews

You should know by now that a product that is not available anywhere is a bad sign.

And SkinProv is one of the negative examples.

That's why there's no way to trust it in the long run.

In fact, there are a lot of high-quality products out there that won't leave you doubting.

And if you ask me, I recommend Amarose:

  1. Potent formula and natural/plant-based ingredients
  2. Gentle, effective and fast-acting
  3. Removes skin tags and moles successfully
  4. Trusted and reputable brand
  5. Minimal risk of adverse reactions

If you take the time to read my review on Amarose, you will understand why I don't recommend Skinprov at all.

Overall – Amarose is worth your money, time, and effort.

That's why it remains my #1 pick.

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Paula has a background in Chemistry and continues to pursue further studies in it. She loves searching for the best products in the market that will give excellent benefits to the human body and share them with you.

Last updated: May 15, 2024

8 thoughts on “My SkinProv Review (2024) – Scam Or Real?

  1. Why do you even feature this type of product?! Are you supposed to promote it or something like that. Instead of introducing, it’s better if you don’t write about this to avoid misleading readers to think it’s a good one. It’s just my opinion, I’m not mad. I already experience buying a scam product before that’s why it really triggers me whenever I see a product like this. Guys, spare yourself and do some reading before buying!

    1. Hi, Bruce! I Thanks for dropping by. To set things straight, I feature products like SkinProv not to promote it but to inform people that these types of products exist to give a warning and spread awareness. I am in no way will promote a product that can cause harm to the body because I also try it to myself. I am not trying to mislead people, in fact, I am listing down facts so that you’ll know if a certain product is worth it or not. I am very sorry about your past experience and I hope you will never encounter scammers in the future. Lastly, I agree with you, researching before buying will save you a lot of money, time and hassle.

  2. Hi!

    I really appreciate you making articles like this one to warn us that not all advertisements are real. I am reminded now to avoid SkinProv at any cost because I am afraid it will affect my health. I have a question, is it normal to have a skin tag? I search about the causes and I got terrified of the results because it made me overthink and self-diagnose myself which is absolutely wrong. Did you experience having them too in your neck area and what did you use to remove all of it? It is kinda annoying so I hope you help me. Thanks, xo Lyssa

    1. Hello, Miss Lyssa, how are you? I am thankful that you appreciate what we do. We are here to provide you with quality reviews so that you’ll have an idea about a certain product before buying it. In my opinion, skin tags are normal so I hope you never overthink about it unless it gets too many and too big. I suggest you go to the doctor immediately if the number goes out of hand. Yes, I had some skin tags too in the past and 1-2 from time to time. I use Skincell Pro to remove them and it’s very effective to me. You can try it if you want and you can also read its review. Enjoy!

  3. I can tell you from experience that it actually does work. BUT, the directions you have are not the directions I got with mine. Granted, I bought it several years ago. It came with what is basically a toothpick and emery board. You are supposed to poke holes into the mole and sand it to open up the surface for the ingredients to penetrate. I can see how just using a dab on top of the mole would not work. It is certainly NOT painless. It hurts to stab and sand the mole and it burns quite a bit with the product on it. Initially it is terrifying because it looks horrible and I was positive I would have horrible scars. However, after slathering on the skinsave balm that comes with it and keeping it covered for several days, it actually healed quite well. I scar very easily, but this left almost no mark. I said ALMOST. There is a small mark, but it is barely noticeable, and much better than the three large moles that used to be there.
    I am sure that different people may have different reactions, but for me I would call it a success.

    1. Hi Renee, thanks a lot for sharing your experience with SkinProv but I must admit that it’s pretty scary. I personally wouldn’t have had the courage to stab my mole and add the product inside it – nor would I recommend this. It’s simply very dangerous, painful and it’s not worth trying, if you ask me. I would surely recommend visiting a dermatologist and having your mole removed safely instead of doing this at home.

      Maybe the fact that you used SkinProv some years ago explains this situation. This product is pretty sketchy, in my view, so the fact that it totally changed its instructions doesn’t surprise me at all. But it makes me trust it even less, as the directions it has right now are totally different. Anyway, I would never recommend a skin tag/mole remover that works in the way you mentioned.

      Thanks again for the feedback!

  4. I love this product so much. I had to call the company because I couldn’t follow the directions because I had so many skin tags on my neck when the lady saw how many they sent me 3 tubes for free. I never had to poke a hole in the mole or tag I just used a fingernail file to scuff it up. Wish I could post a pic of mine.

    1. Hello Lisa, thanks a lot for your feedback, I’m glad you had such a positive experience with SkinProv. They really seem so nice sending you some extra bottles for free.

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