Dermatox Review


The Dermatox products appear to have been discontinued by many online retailers at the time of this review. We were, however, able to find a website for the company that manufactures the Dermatox line, Global Laboratories. This company primarily markets nutritional supplements from what we could gather from the little bit of information provided online. The website is difficult to navigate and the link for to “product list” did not work at all. This immediately concerns us, since the company appears to be lacking a professional image and an interest in quality customer service. However, since the Dermatox products are still available from some online retailers, we will take a closer look at the line to see how it stacks up against other anti-aging formulas.

Dermatox-SC is touted as the non-surgical alternative to Botox. It claims to work by repairing and protecting the skin from free radical damage – elements in the environment that can cause damage to our skin and promote the aging process. The cream is designed to be used twice a day to improve skin’s texture and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks. Since there is no online presence for the product, we were unable to find much information on Dermatox in terms of customer testimonials or a money back guarantee.

Product Details

According to one online retailer who still sells the Dermatox products, the ingredients include: Water, Wheatderm (wheat germ oil, glycerin, petrolatum), Stearic acid, Sorbitol, Aloe, Lanolin, Lanolin Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Triethanolamine, Palmitoyl Pentapeptide, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Phospholipids, msm, Octenyl Succinated Starch, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Fragrance, Disodium EDTA, Hylyronic Acid, Glucosamine HCL, Propyl Paraben, Titanium Dioxide, Cochineal Extract.

We are happy to see peptides in the Dermatox formula, since these ingredients have been shown to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating the production of collagen in the skin. Hyaluronic acid is also a good choice for an anti-aging product, since it is an excellent skin hydrator that can help retain moisture effectively. In addition, cocoa butter and shea butter provide additional moisturizing benefits that can be quite soothing to the skin.

The Good

  • The product contains proven anti-aging ingredients like peptides and hyaluronic acid.

The Bad

  • The product no longer seems to be offered through many online retailers.
  • We were unable to find an online presence for the product or the company.
  • The product does not appear to include a money back guarantee.
  • Supply of the Dermatox line may be limited.

The Bottom Line

Dermatox-SC has some compelling ingredients that might offer the benefits hoped for in an anti-aging product. However, the lack of an online presence and the fact that the product has been discontinued with many online retailers would lead us to believe that a new supply of the Dermatox-SC is no longer being created. While the product may deliver as promised, the supply is likely limited and consumers would be better off to spending their anti-aging dollars elsewhere.


  1. Elise Scarlett June 13, 2013
  2. CHARLOTTE CAVANAGH August 25, 2010

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