What You Should Know
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The Eudermic product line is offered through a handful of spas in Italy and some online retailers that are primarily based in Europe. The products appear to be used at the spas that carry them, although the websites for each spa are sketchy at best about the types of products and treatment options available. According to the website of one, the Mediterranean Spa, the Italian company was formed in 1994 and specializes in natural and spa cosmetics. The Eudermic product line for this location includes body butters, items for the bath, and hand and lip care. There is also a small assortment of facial products to choose from.
We find the websites for this company to be difficult to navigate, with little information about the company or the Eudermic products provided. It was also difficult to find the products for sale, but this may be because Eudermic is primarily offered to salons and medical offices rather than individual consumers. It is important to note that many spa procedures that focus on anti-aging treatments require repeat sessions to achieve the desired results. With the high quality in skin care products today, it is often not necessary to resort to these expensive and sometimes invasive treatments when similar results can be achieved at home with simple topical solutions.
We are very disappointed to find that complete ingredient lists are not available for any of the Eudermic products. In fact, very little information is provided in terms of the purpose of the formulas or how to use them. We were also unable to find customer testimonials or a money back guarantee, leading us to caution consumers with a “buyer beware” warning.
We did find that the Eudermic products could be somewhat customized depending upon individual preferences. Customers will first select the type of product they want to purchase and then choose an essence to be added to the formula. Some of the essences available include aloe vera, grapeseed oil and cocoa butter. While all of these ingredients can provide a significant amount of moisturizing for the skin, we did not see any offerings that directly addressed the issue of fine lines and wrinkles.
- The Eudermic products are offered through high end salons.
- Eudermic products are not easily available for purchase.
- We were unable to locate complete ingredient lists for any of the products.
- The company website was difficult to navigate and provided little information.
The Bottom Line
While the Italian spas that carry these products may provide quality services, we do not believe there is enough information available to recommend these products. We encourage consumers to find companies that offer complete ingredient lists, customer testimonials and a money back guarantee to boost consumer confidence, and we found Eudermic lacking in these categories. There are plenty of good choices in anti-aging products that offer all of these essentials and positive results to boot.