Dermaglow Review

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Dermaglow is a product line created by the Canadian company VitalScience. This manufacturer claims to be very committed to creating new skincare technology and using it in the most effective way possible. They combine the latest science in dermatology and pharmacology with holistic ingredients that have been clinically proven. The website states that in Canada, three of the top 10 skincare products are part of the Dermaglow line.

Dermaglow may not be familiar to those in the United States, but the brand is becoming more popular due to word of mouth and because they bill their products as “Botox alternatives”. Dermaglow has a wide range of skincare products with Nuvectin and Nuvage being the most popular lines in the anti-aging and wrinkle-fighting areas. They also have products called Sensitive Rx, Radiance Rx, Correction, Miracle, and Lift&Firm. Many of these are cleansers, pore reducers, and microdermabrasion creams so we will look at a few of their most popular anti-aging products more closely.

The two products that really stand out from Dermaglow are the Nuvectin Advanced Wrinkle Therapy and the Nuvage Anti-Aging Therapy.

Product Details

The Dermaglow Nuvectin Advanced Wrinkle Therapy claims to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by 50%, reduce skin roughness by 17%, and improve the plumpness of the skin by 4%. There are no ingredients listed with the product but it does say it is a concentrated blend of anti-aging peptides. This is billed as the #1 skincare product in Canada.

The Dermaglow Nuvage Anti-Aging Therapy says it is “The triple threat against aging to restore, repair, and prevent”. This product says it reduces the appearance of wrinkles by 40%, corrects sun damaged skin by 58%, and greatly improves the firmness and appearance of the skin. There are no ingredients listed.

The Good

  • Peptides are commonly used in anti-aging products and are found in Dermaglow products.
  • Products available for many different skin problems and conditions.

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The Bad

  • No ingredients are listed anywhere on the official website.
  • Hard to purchase. You will have to browse third party distributors.
  • The official website says everything is clinically proven but provides no details at all about who conducted these studies and what the results were.

The Bottom Line

The Dermaglow products sound quite appealing at first glance and are geared towards many different types of skin and skin conditions. There is an anti-aging line, microdermabrasion line, and even an acne fighting line. The biggest problem with Dermaglow is that there are no posted ingredients anywhere on the official website and a quick search of the Internet yields no results at all. Instead you usually end up at a website called “dermaglow” that manufactures professional-grade medical and spa equipment.

Dermaglow should offer a full listing of ingredients, money-back guarantee, and maybe a few inexpensive package deals to help their products become better known outside of Canada. If you know people who have used Dermaglow products you may be able to form a better opinion than relying on the lackluster website for important information.


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31 Comments/Questions/Answers to Dermaglow

  • 1

    Shamim Khan

    I have heard about Dermoglow products but i have never tried it. I would appreciate it if I could get a sample of the Dermoglow Nuvectin Triple Action Eye Lift in order to check it out before investing my money in products I am not familier with.

    Many thanks

    Shamim

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    MariaK Reply:

    Product is amazing. I have used it for over 2yrs now. Im told that I look younger than 35. Being 44 I take that as an amazing compliment. I have no crows feet it even evened out the wrinkles I had around my mouth. No sagging chin .. Its great product… my complexion even the broken blood vessels from waxing have deminished.

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  • 2

    Becky

    The ingredients are listed on the box containing the products.

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  • 3

    mary costa

    This stuff is magic. I had some deep wrinkles on my chest and it cleared it up almost entirely…in a matter of three weeks. Wow!

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    Sandra Reply:

    Deep wrinkles cleared up in three weeks. Like come on!!! I use and like the product but I can’t listen to that

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  • 4

    Catherine

    This product did the exact opposite of what it promised. I started using it when I had very mild acne (a pimple here or there), and 6 weeks later when I finally stopped using it my entire chin was broken out in cystic acne. It affected my job (I’m in sales), my marriage (it made me self conscious and embarassed) and I could not bring myself to leave the house without a pound of make-up on (which only made things worse). This is the WORST product on the market, and I STRONGLY advise people against using it. I am still trying to clear everything up and I stopped using it 3 weeks ago.

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    MariaK Reply:

    sounds like you need an internal cleanse the product was not the problem. if anything it releases the toxins that are in your body… so if you arent eating properly and or need to do a toxin cleanse you body will want to release those toxins… the product is actually helping to eliminate the problem.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    I’ve heard it all and this one is so old. You could very well be allergenic to one or more of the ingredients. I eat very healthy, but still a have skin allergies. If it makes the problem worse stop using it, it’s not for you!

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    Melissa Reply:

    I hate to come in and dispute what all of you are saying and might be thinking, but cystic acne is a hormonal issue. While it’s true some products can aggravate the problem it’s no the cause. I’d also like you to know that acne breakouts on the chin when there is very little breakout elsewhere can also be attributed to stress, chinstrap acne is very common in all ages of women. It is most important to not over stimulate and punish your skin with harsh anti-acne treatments that might be geared toward some who actually has a problem with sebaceous gland over production and/or exfoliation issues. Allergic reactions are something you would have notice far before the 6 week mark, as reactions are something that build and burn. My suggestion for anyone who might be having the same issue use an oil free cleanser followed by an oil free AHA cream for exfoliation, reduce stress and ask a doctor about supplements you might be able to take to combat hormonal issues.


  • 5

    brittany

    does the dermaglow advanced cellulite therapy really work if you use it 2-3 times a day everyday?

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  • 6

    Lorna Spicer

    I would like to know about your product for redness. Is it just to use before make-up application so the red isn’t visible or does it actually get rid of the redness? Awaiting your reply. thxs Lorna

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  • 7

    Kayla

    I recently had a loss in my immediate family, which caused me to have enormous amount of greif.

    Im only 25 but after this ordeal 2 years later, people still commented on how tired I looked, due to the dark lines under my eyes.

    Went to shoppers and she gave me dermaglow radiance Rx, under eye brightener,
    Using it for the last month and noticed great reduction in lines. Although for 50 $, im not sure I would opt for this product again, it doesnt last 4 months as stated

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  • 8

    Val Marie

    I am in my 60s and do not trust most product claims but the Dermaglow moisturizing cream is great. Re the ingredient list, while it is not on the website, the ingredients in Canada, by law, must be on each container, in both offical languages. It contains hyaluronic acid which is what I was looking for…. this is a natural product that plumps up the skin. I am a former government chemist and I worked in this area, but never for a manufacturer… By the way, the vitalscience website has testimonials that are also positive….

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  • 9

    Val Marie

    Re the possible allergic reaction to dermaglow…I find it ridiculous that a person would continue to use anything for 6 weeks when a skin breakout is getting worse… if a mild acne turned worse I would see a dermatologist or at least my family doctor right away…I would be surprised if it was the product specifically, it could be diet or stress…in any case if this happens do write to the company for more info…

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  • 10

    rita Pearson

    I recently purchased the nuvectin Lash enhance. I have not put it on my lashed yet because i was told that there is a possiblity that my lashes could fall out. I would like an opinion on this.
    Thankyou

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    Joann Irvine Reply:

    I would like to get your contact telephone number?I have a problem with a product packaging,The tube has split rite around the base where the product comes out.The product is dermaglow rx ageless primer. Thank you Joann Irvine

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  • 11

    mora

    i love derma glow radiance love love love it seen results in 3 days yes it tinkles when you start using it but i feel wonderful and im in menapuase and my skins glowing buy it in canada shoppers always has 30 percent off sale check it out

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  • 12

    Paula

    All Dermaglow products are going on sale at Shoppers on May 21st for 50% off because they are changing the packaging.

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  • 13

    Kayla

    I’ve been having some serious dry skin on my face lately due to an allergic reaction I had to a new detergent I was using. I had terrible dry skin right around my eye that started causing ‘wrinkles’ to form and it started to look kind of scaley (gross, I know… I was freaking out… I’m 22.)
    So after trying Vitamin E cream on the affected areas for over 2 weeks and not much improvement, I went to Shoppers Drug Mart to see if I could find another product that would help heal my face, (I also went there bc I needed to buy some cover up). The AMAZING cosmetics lady directed me to the Dermaglow line. She then sat me down and tried the Triple Action Eye Lift Roll On product. She also suggested the Day Lotion and the Tinted Moisturizer (to use as cover up bc beside my dry skin… my face is relatively clear).
    So I went home with my bag of goodies and tried all of the products. NO LIE – within 15 – 20 mins of using everything… my dry skin was 70-80% better! And I’m not one to exaggerate… this stuff blew my mind away! I actually went back to Shoppers and even thanked the woman who helped me! Even the tinted moisturizer worked great! So light and fresh feeling but still gave you good (light -med) coverage!
    I highly recommend the Dermaglow products and will continue to use them for a very, very long time! :D

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  • 14

    Jannette Dalrymple

    I have been using Dermaglow anti aging therapy for 3 months
    . The lady at Shoppers said it would work to lighten age spots on my face. It does NOT work at all. Does anyone know of a product that actually does work for this problem?

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    PRO Reply:

    Dr. Oz said to use greek yogurt on age spots as it contains lactic acid.

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  • 15

    Cheryl

    Well, it sounded like a good thing, but less than a week into using the Dermaglow Essentials foam cleanser and the Sensitive wrinkle therapy and I have red itchy welts and hives all over my face. Huge disappointment. Huge waste of a lot of money. They don’t put in perfumes and some other allergens – but whatever else they’ve added is worse for me!

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  • 16

    JK

    The Moisturizing Body Oil gave me a rash. I bought it upon the recommendation from the shopper’s drugmart sales person. Who said it had more natural ingredients then the Sesame oil by Neutrogena. It claims to help with stretch marks. I bought it to smooth out the skin. After 2 uses, I have a itchy red rash on my belly, hips, legs and back of knees. Today, I emailed them asking what ingredients I maybe reacting to. I’ve applied teatree oil since this worked for my kid when he got a diaper rash… hopefully it works for me as well. I’m positive it’s from the oil, since it’s the newest thing on my body and my diet hasn’t changed. I’m actually quite irritated, which is probably why I’m writing on this website. I have never reacted to a product in this way. I have a latex allergy and I’m wondering if there is something similar chemically in this product…. I’ve been using mostly simple or organic products for the last 5 years and I tried this dermaglow oil because I was in a hurry to get ride of some of the winter dryness… I guess lesson learnt.

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  • 17

    sherry pereira

    Where can I purchase Nu Vectin eye cream in Ocean County NJ? I used to get it at Cost Cutters but they are now out of business. Thank you.

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  • 18

    M. Farooq

    I have been Using this stuff since last week, but is not effecting on my skin. I am really tensed about my face damaging.

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  • 19

    Bryan Johnk

    How do you buy it here in the United States?

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  • 20

    sandy

    I bought the Moisturizing Body Oil at Shoppers and it gave me a rash. I was a really bad rash on my thighs. I have only used it for 3 days and then I got a bad rash. would not recommend on using it since another person on this comment page also experienced a rash. I guess this doesn’t work on all skin type. Be careful and do put it on face.

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  • 21

    Jean Brooks

    I bought the face cream for my daughter from TK Max. She loved it, but the shop no loger stock Dermaglow. Can you advise where she can get more?I live in Woking, she lives in Horsham

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  • 22

    Karated

    Bought the Dermaglow Retinol cream and it gave me hives, which I’ve never had ever before.

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  • 23

    Ruba Nubani

    I have dark spots on my face appeared after my pregnany .i need to know which one of your product will help?and dose dermaglow cellixer help removing those spots since i already bought this product.

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  • 24

    Angela

    I’m pregnant and have been using dermaglow sensitive wrinkle cream…is this safe to use? Does it contain retinol? And can you please send me a list of ingredients?
    Thank you

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