Dermalactives Review

Overview

Sorting through the vast and diverse world of skin care can be a challenge at times. Naturally the key is pinpointing the topical treatments that work best for you individually. Let’s go ahead and take a look at the Dermalactives skin care line. The official website clarifies that this group of products was developed by a “team of skin care scientists, dermatologists and estheticians.” These treatments aim to combat common signs of aging by “activating your own skin’s wrinkle control.” While some topical treatments only affect the outer layer of skin, Dermalactives is claimed to work deeper.

There appears to be nine different products offered by Dermalactives, which can all be purchased directly through the website. These treatments are the Body Scrub ($70), Replenishing Body Butter ($70), Facial Soap Scrub ($70), Nighttime Treatment ($150), Illuminating Fusion Mask ($170), Foot Treatment ($90), Everyday Moisturizer ($150), Daytime Treatment ($110), and Beautifying Facial Peel ($70). By using Dermalactives products, elastin and collagen are supposed to be delivered directly into all layers of the user’s skin. The official website claims that most topical treatments do not accomplish this, and therefore fail to work well in regards to anti-aging. Some before and after photos can be found on the website for consumer review, in addition to a few videos explaining Dermalactives and how it works.

Product Details

The Dermalactives line of skin care products is one that’s marketed toward both women and men (primarily mature women), and that endeavors to assist with typical aging dilemmas like loss of elasticity, age spots, dryness, crow’s feet, fine lines, collagen loss, facial sagging, deep wrinkles and sun damage. Some of the key ingredients offered in these topical treatments are Jojoba Oil, Carthamus Tinctorius, Grape Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Emu Oil and Hydrolyzed Collagen. There is no 100% satisfaction guarantee posted on the official website at this time.

A full list of ingredients for the Dermalactives Nighttime Treatment is as follows: Water, Pvp, Emu Oil, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Glycerin, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Sd Alcohol, Polysorbate 20, Dipalmitoyl Hydroxyproline, Algin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Aminomethyl Propanol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Thioctic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Dmae Bitartrate, Phospholipids, Fragrance, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben and Isobutylparaben.

The Good

  • There is a helpful FAQ page provided on the official website.
  • Full lists of ingredients are offered on the website for convenient review.
  • Dermalactives products offer some all-natural ingredients.

The Bad

  • The cost of Dermalactives skin care treatments is rather high at $70-170 per product.
  • Some of the ingredients incorporated into these products may irritate some complexions.
  • There is no real clinical evidence offered to support this skin care line and how it aids with anti-aging.
  • There is no refund option mentioned on the website, nor is there a money-back guarantee.

The Bottom Line

The Dermalactives skin care line appears rather interesting to say the least. It’s always refreshing to see each product presented with a full list of ingredients on the official website. However, you might want to take a second glance at the cost of each Dermalactives treatment prior to actually purchasing it. Naturally some individuals will not be able to afford this line of topical treatments.

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