Patricia Wexler MD Review

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Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology is a line of skin care products sold primarily through Bath and Body Works. This line of skin treatments is geared toward women of all common skin types. However, like many modern skin care brands, a focus is placed on anti-aging treatments. The Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology brand can be broken down into seven different categories, which are Exfoliate, Moisturize, Fastscription Collection, Cleanse, Eye Care, Acnescription Collection and Restore. There does not appear to be an official website for Patricia Wexler M.D. skin products.

Some of the notable key ingredients found in Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology treatments are Matrixyl 3000 (helps with skin cell turnover), Argireline (peptide complex that helps minimize wrinkles by relaxing the facial muscles), Vitamin C (brightens skin tone), Salicylic Acid (assists with skin exfoliation), MMPi.20™ (rejuvenates skin) and NIACYL™ (strengthens skin). There are some customer testimonials for Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology products posted on the Bath and Body Works official website. There is a return policy available as long as you keep the receipt. There does not appear to be much clinical evidence (product development studies, blind test results, etc.) posted that supports the claimed effectiveness of Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology skin treatments. There is not really any background information offered on Patricia Wexler M.D.

Product Details

Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology is a skin care brand marketed toward woman that suffer from common skin dilemmas like fine lines, acne breakouts, sun damage, facial wrinkles, puffiness, hyper pigmentation, age spots and crow’s feet. A few of the primary components of Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology skin products are Matrixyl 3000 (helps with skin cell turnover), Argireline (peptide complex that helps minimize wrinkles by relaxing the facial muscles), Vitamin C (brightens skin tone), Salicylic Acid (assists with skin exfoliation), MMPi.20™ (rejuvenates skin) and NIACYL™ (strengthens skin). While Patricia Wexler M.D. does not appear to have an official website, this line of treatments is sold through stores like Bath and Body Works. All Patricia Wexler M.D products are available online through that store’s website.

The Good

  • All Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology skin treatments can be easily and conveniently purchased online through the Bath and Body Works website.
  • There is a return policy available for those that purchase Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology products (as long as receipt is kept).
  • There are customer reviews posted on the Bath and Body Works official website for Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology treatments.

The Bad

  • There doesn’t appear to be an official website for Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology skin care products.
  • Some ingredients found in Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology skin treatments may not be suitable for some individuals.
  • Full product ingredient lists are not offered for Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology products.
  • There is no mention of free trial samples on the official Bath and Body Works website.

The Bottom Line

Like many other modern skin care lines, Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology treatments are claimed to assist with fine lines, acne breakouts, sun damage, facial wrinkles, puffiness, hyper pigmentation, age spots and crow’s feet. However, these skin products would probably be more appealing to consumers if there were some real clinical evidence posted where Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology products are sold. Furthermore, the notion that Patricia Wexler M.D. does not have an official website may raise a few questions.


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26 Comments/Questions/Answers to Patricia Wexler MD

  • 1

    rita farmer

    what happened to the wexler clear lip no injection lip plumber.? i love this product and had looked at every store possible, amazon and ebay. no one has the clear. are they not making it anymore. if not, this is no disappointing. i love it and it keeps my lips so moist. please let me know if this is a discontinued item or if i can get it from from other place.
    desperately
    rita

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  • 2

    Tami Staats

    I have suggested patricia wexler products to all my friends and at least 7 of them are now devoted users of your products. I am wondering if I can get some coupons or samples for being such a great sales person. Please? Even my kids use the products now and nothing else…
    Thanks,
    Tami

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    Joanne Reply:

    Try Arbonne. Products are 100% guaranteed to produce results. No harmful chemicals. Certified vegan. You can buy at 20%-48% off by joining. You can also get paid to recommend them to your friends. Email me for free samples.

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  • 3

    Lorena R

    I just started using her products and not too sure if it works. I ran into her products through Allure magazine. I hope it works. Wil let you know.

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  • 4

    Nancy Atkinson

    Why has the lip plumper been discontinued?

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  • 5

    Marge

    when is the best time the use the de-puff eye product. Under moisturizer?

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  • 6

    Marcia Brown

    Dr. Wexler,

    I am thinking of buying your gylco peel, to treat my hyperpigmentation, do you think that is the right choice? I have tried everything and nothing seem to work.
    Thank you,

    Marcia

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    NIkki Reply:

    The Daily Skin Brightening cream would probably work best for hyperpigmentation. It got rid of all the brown spots I had from the sun.

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  • 7

    laurie

    i have had my daughter everywhere for her skin ailments and there was no answer except for $90 prescriptions that did not work, I was in B&BW and talked to he sales lady she said use it flr at least 3 weeks and if it does not help bring it back, well we are on her second round of the face wash and her skin has not looked this way for 4 years, these products are great, no more redness/peeling/acne, I cannot believe the difference

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  • 8

    Marie

    I am pregnant and concerned with the ingredients not listed on the products. Alpha Hydrox. is known to cause birth defects, do these products contain any of it?

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  • 9

    Courtney212

    I have genetic dark circles and have tried everything to mask them. My dermatologist recommended the Made from Earth “Vitamin Enhanced Face Firming Serum” for under the eyes, and the Olive Night Creme for all over the face at night.

    It feels good going on – I use it twice a day. I didn’t realize what an impact it made until I ran out of it and noticed considerable puffiness around my eyes and darker circles after only a week of not having it. It has definitely made a difference for me.

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  • 10

    Dawn

    I’m interested in trying Patricia Wexler products. Are they tested on animals?

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  • 11

    Elaine Panetta

    Lip lines….any cure????? (other than surgery)

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    laurie black Reply:

    No cure. I have mine filled with Juvederm (sp). Expensive but it works.

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  • 12

    NANCY GASS

    WANTED SOME INFO ON YOUR FAT MELTING PROCEDURE YOU DID ON KATHY LEE GIFFORD.

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  • 13

    sheila kegel

    I have been buying the Calming ant-aging for 2 years and my face is peeling from it. Iwanted to return to C.O. Bigelow. I did not have my receipt and they would not exchange for anything else. Could I send back to you and would you give me my money back or maybesend send me a cleanser or exfoliate in return.

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  • 14

    sheila kegel

    I bought Patricia Wexler Sensitive Skin at C.O. Bigelow and my skin starte to peel from it. Could not find my receipt. They would not return. I am very upset about this. They should have least given me a credit. I had their bag.

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    BBWgirl Reply:

    Try this if you still have the product, go to them and just nice ask for the manager and explain to them that you are experiencing a problem with the cream. The store can and is suppose to give you credit for returning the product. Be aware that if the item has been discontinued or is on sale, the store can only give you back what the current sale amount is.

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  • 15

    sheila kegel

    I am not happy with Patricia Wexler Sensitive Skin. C.O. Bigelow would not return without a receipt or give me a credit. It made my face peel.

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  • 16

    laurie black

    What happen to no injection instant line filler? I want more.

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  • 17

    laurie black

    What happen to the No Injection Instant Line Filler?It’s great. Can I get more somewhere?

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  • 18

    susan altman

    I am finding that when I find the moisturizer froom Patricia Wexler at bath and body works it has been expired or they don’t have it. My question is where else can i find it and if i do order it on line how am I going to be guaranteed that it is not expired?

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  • 19

    susan altman

    How do I find patricia wexler moistureizer when i go to bath and body works they either don’t have it aor it is expired. How do I know that if I order it on line it won’t be expired?

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  • 20

    Judy walker

    I see others are asking about the moisturizer. What’s the deal why can’t you keep your customers informed?

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  • 21

    Caryll Anne

    Hi there! Just curious to how I may be able to get some samples? I am seriously considering buying the microdermabrasion, but have very fickle skin and would like to see if it works before I buy it. Thanks so much for your help!

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  • 22

    Fay

    what is the shelf life of the products?

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