Dermapolish Treatment Cream Review

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There are a number of “high-end” cosmetics brands available these days. One of these upper-scale skin care lines that can commonly be found in department stores is Prescriptives. Like all of the other cosmetic lines, Prescriptives offers an array of treatments to potentially correct common skin dilemmas. One of these products is called Dermapolish Treatment Cream. It is claimed to slough away the dead skin cells that rest on the surface of your face. This, in turn, is supposed to allow fresh skin cells to be seen. A 1.7-ounce container of this product sells in select department stores, as well as online from the official website for $75.

It’s important to realize that Dermapolish Treatment Cream is not a facial cleanser, but rather a topical exfoliator that’s used after cleansing the facial skin. A dime-size amount is massaged into the face in circular motions for approximately 90 seconds, avoiding the under-eye area. Dermapolish Treatment Cream contains “professional-grade micro-crystals,” which aid in the process of pulling off dead skin cells. Not only is this Prescriptives treatment supposed to combat fine lines and wrinkles, but it additionally aims to diminish age spots and sun damage. Although Dermapolish Treatment Cream can be used in the morning or at night, it may not be suitable for daily application.

Product Details

Dermapolish Treatment Cream is a topical exfoliator that is claimed to help minimize age spots, deep facial wrinkles, sun damage and fine facial lines by sloughing away dead skin cells. This is a product from Prescriptives, which is a cosmetic company that also offers makeup products, fragrances and numerous other skin care treatments. There do not appear to be any customer reviews where Dermapolish Treatment Cream is sold. Although a money-back guarantee is not mentioned, it may be possible if the product is returned to a department store Prescriptives counter. All ingredients for this facial treatment are not revealed. Even though free samples of Dermapolish Treatment Cream are not available through the official website, they may be attainable in department stores that offer Prescriptives products.

The Good

  • Dermapolish Treatment Cream, as well as other Prescriptives products, can be purchased in department stores that offer the Prescriptives cosmetic brand.
  • Dermapolish Treatment Cream is apparently suitable for all common skin types.

The Bad

  • All ingredients for Dermapolish Treatment Cream and other Prescriptive treatments are not clearly posted on the official website.
  • A money-back guarantee is not mentioned on the Prescriptives website.
  • Some ingredients found in Dermapolish Treatment Cream may irritate certain skin types.
  • There doesn’t appear to be actual clinical research posted on the official website to support Dermapolish Treatment Cream.
  • This product sells for $75.

The Bottom Line

As far as the Prescriptives brand goes, this name is commonly seen in department stores across the country, which probably makes it fairly recognizable to many. Just like all the other major cosmetic lines, Prescriptives offers a wide array of treatments. When it comes to the Dermapolish Treatment Cream, it’s tough to see why this facial exfoliating treatment sells for a whopping $75 per 1.7-ounce tube. In relation to all the other facial scrubs out there, that’s pretty highly priced. It’s certainly wise to seek out a free trial sample from a Prescriptives counter before spending that much on Dermapolish Treatment Cream.

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