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Dermalogica is a skin care line that was founded in 1986 by one Jane Wurwand. Like other skin care and beauty brands on the market, this company offers cleansers, toners, masques, moisturizers, exfoliants, targeted treatments, eye treatments, and daily grooming products. There is also a line of men’s products offered by Dermalogica. Located on the official website is a store locator apparatus, as well as a link for professionals. In this review, we are going to hone in on Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque, which is one formula geared toward women with aging and dehydrated skin types.
Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque is pitched as a luxurious and creamy face treatment for dry or dehydrated skin. This formula aims to soften the dermis, heal and rejuvenate, moisturize, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. After using this masque, you should notice a smoother, softer, and more dewy complexion. The Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque is directed to be applied to the face and neck areas in a thin layer, and then left on the skin for 10-15 minutes. It can be removed with warm water or a washcloth. The cost of this anti-aging masque is $39.
Honey is used in this face treatment to help bind moisture to the dermis and hydrate the skin. While Vitamin A encourages skin cell renewal, Vitamin E is added to combat damaging free radicals. Vitamin C is also used in this masque, and assists by brightening the complexion. Ginkgo Biloba is incorporated to repair damage and fend off free radicals. The final key ingredient is Evening Primrose Oil, which aids the skin by conditioning and softening. According to the complete list of ingredients for Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque, there are two types of alcohol used in this treatment, which may counteract the moisturizing ingredients.
- This skin care brand has been around since 1986.
- Vitamins A, C and E are found in Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque.
- There is no 100% money-back guarantee mentioned on the website.
- This product in particular appears to be discontinued.
- Several parabens/chemical preservatives are found in this masque.
- A topical serum or moisturizer will likely be more effective for anti-aging.
The Bottom Line
It is doubtful that a face masque treatment that is left on the skin for 10-15 minutes will assist with anti-aging as effectively as a topical serum or moisturizer that is left on the skin all day and/or night. However, there are some promising ingredients used in Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque to benefit the skin. You should also be aware that parabens are found in this skin care formula, and can cause irritation in some users. Lastly, there is no money-back guarantee offered on the main website, and Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Masque appears to be discontinued.