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DERMAdoctor are a popular skincare product manufacturer, and one of their featured product offerings is DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge. This cream seems to be specifically designed to treat persistent eye wrinkles, which is an area that many consumers identify as a “problem” area. DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge is just one of man products available from the brand, and they seem to carry everything from oral diet supplements that claim to produce skin benefits to basic moisturizers to acne treatments. It seems that DERMAdoctor has been in business for 10 years. In addition to allowing consumers to order products, DERMAdoctor offers a “DERMAwizard” that is intended to help consumers determine which product is right for their particular skin condition.
As we said, the extensive range of products available from DERMAdoctor can be a bit baffling. They seem to have a niche product for just about any condition. DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge seems to be their premiere wrinkle treatment. Wrinkle Revenge is an amino acid based eye cream that seems to primarily feature antioxidants as main active ingredients.
DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge retails from the official DERMAdoctor site for $68.00 for a 30 ml. jar, putting it in the middle to high price category. Disclosed ingredient for DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge include: White tea, pomegranate, grap see extract, Coenzyme Q10, Saccharomyces, Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone, Caffeine and something called “Peptide D-58 Complex.” Often, finding a peptide complex on an ingredient list is a good thing since it means the company has gone to the time and expense of engineering their own unique ingredient, but little is disclosed about the Peptide D-58 found in DermaDOCTOR’s Wrinkle Revenge, other than that it is a “blend of the newest generation of amino acid peptides, powerful antioxidants and hydrating agents.”
According to the official website, DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge is non comedogenic and has been allergy tested. Also, the product does not contain artificial fragrances and has not been tested on animals.
- Product is easily available online.
- DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge has not been tested on animals.
- We were unable to find a complete ingredient list for this product.
- Not much is known about DERMAdoctor’s “Peptide D-58 Complex.”
- Wrinkle Revenge is only intended for treating under eye wrinkles and crow’s feet, which is not an area of concern for everyone.
- No free product trial is offered at this time.
The Bottom Line
If you’re in the market for an eye treatment, it could be worth giving DERMAdoctor Wrinkle Revenge a closer look. However, there are definitely several unknown quantities associated with this product. The manufacturers do little to explain their main active peptide, which is unfortunate. Also, there doesn’t seem to be a free trial sample available, which puts it at a disadvantage compared to some rivals who offer samples.