DermaVie Review

Overview

Currently there are numerous alternatives to cosmetic surgery and Botox injections. The purpose of these skin care treatments is to provide women and men with “plastic surgery-like results,” but without the expenses and pains that go with plastic surgery. DermaVie is one modern procedure that offers Microdermabrasion. However, unlike many spa treatments, DermaVie is a tool that can be used in the privacy of your own home. The goal is to slough away dead surface skin cells and reveal a more youthful and vibrant complexion below. DermaVie is claimed to be painless and effective, but without any downtime for recovery.

If you’re not familiar with Microdermabrasion, this cosmetic procedure involves the exfoliation of dead skin cells. While DermaVie aims to pull off surface skin, it also endeavors to improve overall circulation in the face. This is basically accomplished with a vacuum-like device. Although DermaVie is stated to be suitable for all skin types, a daily skin care regimen is recommended with it. This involves cleansing the face morning and night, then moisturizing afterwards, and applying a sunblock during the day. The official website suggests that DermaVie be used once each week for at least an 8-week period in order for the user to see results. There are some testimonials with before and after photos posted on the official website. This facial treatment device is stated to be “safe to use” and comes with an instructional CD-ROM. The key parts, which are addressed on the official website are the suction nozzle, post, micro-filter and exfoliating disk.

Product Details

DermaVie is essentially an at-home alternative to professional Microdermabrasion procedures, which are treatments that involve exfoliating facial skin. The purpose of DermaVie is to remove dead skin cells and reveal the softer, smoother and clearer skin beneath. There is a clinical study presented on the official website to support the DermaVie device. Currently this cosmetic tool is sold through Nordstrom’s department stores for $195, and can be attained via their official website. It’s not mentioned whether or not DermaVie is provided with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

The Good

  • The DermaVie device offers an at-home alternative to spas and clinics.
  • An instructional CD-ROM comes with DermaVie.
  • There are customer testimonials and before/after photos presented on the official website.

The Bad

  • There is apparently no 100% money-back guarantee offered with this skin care tool.
  • It appears that DermaVie is only sold through Nordstrom’s department stores.
  • The DermaVie Microdermabrasion tool costs a whopping $195.
  • There are no topical skin care treatments offered with DermaVie.

The Bottom Line

There’s no doubt that the DermaVie skin care tool will appeal to some individuals who desire a younger, smoother and brighter complexion. After all, it does potentially offer Microdermabrasion results. These days a lot of people prefer to get facial treatments like this at home, rather than putting in the time at a beauty salon or spa. However, DermaVie does sell for $195, which may be perceived as a tad pricey for some, and the usage instructions are a bit complicated. If you would like further clarity concerning this product, it may be prudent to visit a dermatologist to learn more.

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