IQ Derma Review


iQ Derma was founded by a woman named Elizabeth Francis who was disappointed with the results she obtained through other skin care products. Ms. Francis consulted various scientists, beauty specialists, and researchers and came up with seven specific causes of premature aging of the skin. To combat these specific causes of aging, the iQ Derma team uses ingredients that claim to target each one of these problems.

Each iQ Derma product uses up to five of these ingredients and calls this a “MultiActive Approach.” In addition to the ingredients, iQ Derma claims to be constantly researching and implementing new delivery technologies so the ingredients can be absorbed quickly into the skin. The iQ Derma website is extremely informative and has a nice layout that explains everything in great detail. The seven causes of skin aging are listed as: Reduced Cellular Activity, Free Radical Attack, Collagen and Elastin Break-down, Fatty Tissue Buildup, Cellular Deterioration, Weakened Capillaries, and Degradation of the Skin’s Moisture Barrier.

iQ Derma has quite a few products available for purchase directly from the official website and their top wrinkle reducing product seems to be the Life Without Wrinkles-Intensive Wrinkle DeCrease. There are also some serums and creams in the other categories that have added wrinkle fighters, but we will look more closely at Life Without Wrinkles.

Product Details

The iQ Derma Life Without Wrinkles-Intensive Wrinkle DeCrease is a day cream that contains Matrixyl 3000, some anti-oxidants, and is rated at SPF 25 to prevent over exposure to UV rays. This product claims to drastically reduce the appearance of wrinkles, moisturize the skin, improve skin texture and skin tone, and includes photochromatic light refractors which claim to soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The instructions say to apply the product wherever you would normally apply sunblock.

The ingredients list only says: Matrixyl 3000, Vitamin E, Photochromatic Light Refractors, and SPF 25.

The Good

  • Many testimonials sprinkled throughout the website.
  • 30 day money back guarantee on each product.
  • Contains the cutting edge peptide Matrixyl 3000.

The Bad

  • The timeline for best results is almost 60 days.
  • Not many ingredients are listed on the official website.
  • For best results, the manufacturer recommends a wide array of iQ Derma products used together on a daily basis.
  • Full product regimen could get pretty expensive.

    The Bottom Line

    iQ Derma has a very appealing website that wants you to believe it’s the greatest product on the market. The problem is, that’s all websites are. Eye candy. To truly gauge any product, it’s best to have full ingredients listings and to see the results of some clinical trials. iQ Derma just doesn’t offer these. The products aren’t terribly expensive and the 30 day money back guarantee is very nice. Other products out there offer easy access to this crucial information, as well as simple to access customer service and return policies.


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