Oligodermie Review


Oligodermie is an Australian line of skin care treatments that currently offers 39 different products to potentially maintain the skin’s youth. These topical treatments aim to cleanse, revitalize, soothe, hydrate, regenerate, protect and nourish the complexion. At this point Oligodermie offers categories like Normal & Combination Skin, Dry Skin, Anti-Aging Intensive, Oily Skin, Eye Treatments, Specific Care, Lightening Treatment, Body Care, and Devitalised Skin. These skin care products are only sold in select salons; not online. It appears that some of the links on the Oligodermie official website do not function correctly at this time. A satisfaction guarantee is not mentioned.

Some of the products provided by Oligodermie are the Normalising Lotion, Dry Repair Fluid, Skin Care Vials – Raspberry, Eye Care Concentrate, Vital Essence, Restorative Cream, Lightening Serum, and Astringent Lotion. Primary active ingredients incorporated into these Oligodermie treatments are Sweet Almond Oil (softens), Calendula, St John’s Wort, Shea Butter (moisturizes), Vitamin E, Witch Hazel, Aloe Vera Extract (heals and hydrates), Vegetable Squalane, Matrixyl 3000 (helps with collagen production), Organic Silicon, Eyeliss, and Hazelnut Oil. Clinical research regarding Oligodermie skin care products is not offered at this time, nor are full lists of ingredients for each topical treatment.

Product Details

The Oligodermie line of skin care treatments aim to cleanse the skin, hydrate, boost collagen levels, nourish tired complexions, assist with dark circles, minimize fine lines, battle crow’s feet, restore elastin, repair skin cells and protect from free radial damage. These products are a complete skin care regimen and should be utilized daily in order to see real results. At this time, Oligodermie products are offered to suit all common skin types, such as normal, oily, dry, sensitive and combination. Sadly these topical skin treatments are only sold in select salons that offer the Oligodermie name. Key ingredients that are utilized in Oligodermie products are Sweet Almond Oil, Calendula, St John’s Wort, Shea Butter, Vitamin E, Witch Hazel, Aloe Vera Extract, Vegetable Squalane, Matrixyl 3000, Organic Silicon, Eyeliss, and Hazelnut Oil.

The Good

  • Oligodermie skin care products are suitable for all skin types.
  • The major active ingredients incorporated into Oligodermie products are revealed on the official website.

The Bad

  • None of the Oligodermie skin care treatments can actually be conveniently acquired through the official website.
  • There are no testimonials presented on the official website for Oligodermie skin care.
  • All ingredients for Oligodermie products are not exposed on the official website, which may be a concern for individuals with allergies.
  • Like so many other skin treatments, a refund or exchange policy is not mentioned.
  • It’s difficult to determine how much each Oligodermie product sells for at select salons.

The Bottom Line

The Oligodermie brand of skin care treatments does not exactly stand out in the crowded beauty market. First of all, there are no testimonials to support the treatments on the official website. Secondly, there are no prices offered on the website, nor is there a money-back guarantee. This may deter some potential users from pursuing Oligodermie products further. One thing is for sure, it may be difficult to purchase any of these skin care treatments if there isn’t a salon located in your area that carries them.

One Response

  1. Jacqueline Caputo July 3, 2010

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