What You Should Know
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Dream Face is an anti-aging product that is often sold in conjunction with Dream Lift. There is no official website for the product, but it was once offered as a product sold on TV. Currently, the product is not available for sale online in any trusted venue we could find.
The Dream Face product is often interchanged with Dream Lift, but they are not the same product. Dream Lift is a face lifter while Dream Face is an eye lifter.
With no official website and no information available online for the DreamFace product, it is hard to support the use of the antiaging product. Third party information has listed the price of the DreamFace as $19.95. With no ingredient list, it is hard to evaluate the ability of the DreamFace product to work as an effective product. There are, however, a few spots online that offer before and after photos. These photos are grainy, at best and do little to ease the concerns of the consumer.
With the monetary backing needed for a television based product, it is hard to believe there is no information online. The consumer would even have a hard time finding the product for sale on the various websites that exclusively sell products “As Seen On TV”. There is some confusion online, as well, regarding the name of the DreamFace product and this will certainly confuse the consumer. The DreamFace is an eye lifting serum and the DreamLift is a facial lifting serum. The products were once offered together, but are not interchangeable.
- The $19.95 price if great for an antiaging product if it works.
- The product cannot be found for sale online.
- There are no testimonials available for the DreamFace product.
- No official website could be found.
- An ingredient list could not be found for the DreamFace product.
The Bottom Line
The anti-aging and wrinkle skin care market is a competitive one with a huge list of products that offer support for their products. This support is found via websites and contact information as well as testimonials and ingredient lists for their products. It looks as though the DreamFace product was once a produce available through an infomercial on television, but has since left the realm of anti-aging skin care products.
There is a rare occasion when an anti-aging product cannot be found online through any retailer, but this is one of those cases. We cannot support the use of a product without a public ingredient list or support via a website or contact number. The consumer needs to choose an anti-aging product that is backed with proof of efficacy and the DreamFace product is not in that league.