Rejuvialife is NOT Affiliated with Rejuvalife Vitality Institute
Posted February 05, 2016 in Skin Care
A number of websites have been promoting and selling face creams under the name Rejuvalife or variations thereof.
Please beware that Beverly Hills Rejuvalife Vitality Institute and Dr. Andre Berger are NOT affiliated with these products and do not endorse or support them.
“I am very disturbed that these products have taken the Rejuvalife name and have confused consumers and possibly infringed on our brand,” say cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andre Berger, owner of Rejuvalife Vitality Institute. “We take this issue seriously and will look further into our options to eliminate this confusion.”
One website even promotes the cream under the identical name, “Rejuvalife Vitality Institute” and is located in New Zealand. Dr. Andre Berger and Rejuvalife Vitality Institute are located in Beverly Hills and offers comprehensive medical services to patients throughout Los Angeles both surgical and non-surgical solutions for reducing or reversing the signs of aging.
“We have received many calls and emails from frustrated consumers who purchased these products and mistakenly associated them with us,” says Rejuvalife Vitality Institute marketing director, Tracy Berger. “I am concerned that the quality of these products may reflect poorly on our practice, and we have nothing to do with them.”
Although Rejuvalife Vitality Institute offers a physician-recommended line of medical grade skin care products to its patients, they do not sell these products online direct to consumers, and they are only available at their Beverly Hills location. If you have any questions, please call our office at (310) 276-4494.