Derma Hydrate has 2 products; an age defying cream and an eye renewal serum.
Both are available for trial, which will no doubt be a tempting proposal for those looking to regain their youthful looks but are not looking to spend much.
In this review we will look at these offers in more detail to discover if there are any hidden costs, and also whether we believe the products to be as effective as claimed to be.
Claimed benefits of Derma Hydrate
The Derma Hydrate products claim to offer the following benefits:
- Reduced appearance of wrinkles
- Increased firmness of skin
- Smoother skin
- Skin appeared brighter
When it comes to claims it is important to remember that they are often there just to get you to make a ‘snap’ decision to sign up to the offer.
Before you do I would recommend you take a moment to see just how Derma Hydrate works.
What makes Derma Hydrate so effective?
In this section we will have to look at both products separately:
Derma Hydrate Age Defying Cream
The key ingredients of the age defying cream are Vitamin C, Glycerin and Cucumber Extract.
Vitamin C helps to produce collagen that helps to repair skin cells, which help give its firmness and strength.
Glycerin can help maintain the skins water balance, so will help keep it hydrated and youthful.
Finally, cucumber contains antioxidants that help your skin to retain moisture.
Derma Hydrate Eye Renewal Serum
The ingredients of the eye renewal serum are different with the following ingredients listed:
Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 – Argireline, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil,Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter),Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E),Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein,Hydrolyzed Wheat Starch.
It is claimed that combined they can help combat the signs of ageing; for instance the removal of wrinkles and those dark circles around your eyes.
Are there any hidden costs?
Both products are offered for trial, which may seem like a good idea initially until you realise just how much they are going to cost you.
For example the age defying cream starts off at £4.97 but after just 14 days you will be charged £86.69.
The eye renewal serum on the other hand will cost $3.95 (in dollars strangely, even though it is being marketed to UK customers) to sign up, but once again you will be charged after just 14 days (this time $86.69).
Both supplements are auto-ship programs too, so signing up will mean that further monthly packages will also be sent out to you until your subscription to them is cancelled.
Would we recommend Derma Hydrate?
In our opinion both products are overpriced, so regardless of whether they work or not we would not recommend them.
The use of auto-shipping is another major issue that is likely to cause concern among those who sign up for the offer. I would suggest looking for an alternative.
How to cancel your trial
When reviewing the products we came across the following numbers to cancel the trials:
I would suggest if you do not wish to be charged the full price that you contact Derma Hydrate before the end of the 14 day trial period.
Please leave a message below if you have signed up for this trial offer.
Alternative to Derma Hydrate
If you do not wish to sign up for a trial that will ultimately end up with you on an auto-ship program then I would suggest that you take a look at the Evolution Slimming website.
There is one product in particular that I believe would interest you. It is called the Evolution Slimming Anti-Ageing Skincare Bundle and it is a package of 3 products that offer various anti-ageing benefits:
- Brighter and more vibrant looking skin
- Reduced appearance of wrinkles/crows feet
- Reduce puffiness from around eyes
- Increased firmness with smoother skin around eyes, forehead, neck and mouth
You can buy this bundle with zero hassle as there is no auto-shipping or hidden charges to contend with.