DHC Skincare Review


DHC Skincare is a company that not only offers topical remedies, but additionally sells “fine foods” and supplements for healthy skin. However, unlike most other skin care brands out there these days, this brand places a focus on the user’s neck area. That’s why their premiere treatment is the Q10 Neck Cream. This product is primarily marketed toward women and may assist with issues like brightening, tightening, hydrating, toning and reducing signs of aging like wrinkles. There doesn’t appear to be any background data provided on the DHC Skincare Company.

As with most skin care treatments, Q10 Neck Cream utilizes active ingredients. These are Vitamin E, Alpha-Arbutin, Vitamin A, Coenzyme Q10, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice and Sodium Hyaluronate. Other than the Q10 Neck Cream, you’ll also find the Q10 Eye Cream on the DHC Skincare website. In a similar fashion, this topical treatment endeavors to battle crow’s feet, improve dark circles and reduce puffiness. Additional active components found in this eye treatment are Olive Oil and Kudza. While the Q10 Neck Cream is applied with “gentle upward strikes,” the Q10 Eye Cream is applied with the ring finger to the under-eye area with gentle pats. Both can be used morning and night to aid with anti-aging.

Product Details

DHC Skincare is basically a few topical treatments that incorporate the key ingredient Coenzyme Q10 to potentially help with issues like dryness, sagging, wrinkles, loss of elasticity and collagen reduction. Both the neck and the eye cream sell through the official website for $24 each. There doesn’t appear to be any clinical research presented on the official website for this product, nor is a money-back guarantee addressed. As with most topical skin treatments, these products should be used daily for claimed results to be seen.

A full list of ingredients for the Q10 Neck Cream are as follows: water/eau, butylene glycol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, crambe abyssinica seed oil, stearic acid, tocopherol, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, squalane, glyceryl stearate, glyceryl stearate SE, sodium PCA, pentylene glycol, behenyl alcohol, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, tocotrienols, batyl alcohol, phenoxyethanol, arginine, salix alba (willow) bark extract, serine, alpha-arbutin, arachis hypogaea (peanut) oil, retinyl palmitate, dimethicone, glycine soja (soybean) oil, pueraria mirifica root extract, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil PCA isostearate, potassium hydroxide, elaeis guineensis (palm) oil, ubiquinone, sodium hyaluronate, hydrolyzed sponge, placental protein, olea europaea (olive) leaf extract, and daucus carota sativa (carrot) root extract.

The Good

  • The DHC Skincare treatments contain beneficial ingredients like Vitamin E and Aloe.
  • All of the ingredients for these topical remedies are disclosed on the website.

The Bad

  • Considering the vast array of ingredients involved with DHC Skincare products, some users may want to be wary of any allergy issues, especially those prone to chemical irritation.
  • Testimonials and before/after photos are not presented on the official website for these treatments.
  • As far as a money-back guarantee goes, there is not one addressed on the official DHC Skincare website.

The Bottom Line

All in all, the DHC Skincare line appears rather minimal. There essentially aren’t many treatments offered through this brand. On the bright side, there are some notable ingredients incorporated into these products, which may helps some women with anti-aging and daily skin care. However, there are a lot of synthetics as well. You should examine a number of other skin care brands so that you’re better educated on what is available out there.


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