Should you try DermaActive?

Should you try DermaActive?

DermaActive is an age-defying eye serum that promises to help you “look several years younger in just 5 weeks”. How can it make such a claim though?

In this review we will look at this product in more detail, how it works, its ingredients and its cost, before finally letting you know whether we would recommend it or not?

Claimed benefits of DermaActive

DermaActive when applied daily for several weeks is said to help:

  • Reduce the size and appearance of eye wrinkles
  • Brighten and tone skin
  • Smoother skin
  • Reduced appearance of dark under-eye circles

If you suffer from wrinkles around your eyes you will know just how much they will age your appearance. This is why products such as this are so appealing, whether it can do what it claims though is another matter.

To check the accuracy of the claims we will need to look at what ingredients have been used.

Ingredients of DermaActive

DermaActive contains Resveratrol, Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid and Grape seed extract that is said to nourish the skin, promote healthy cell growth, restore elasticity, help retain moisture and can help to improve circulation.

While I am unsure of the claim that you should see results in just 5 weeks, I do think you will experience some benefits from this face cream.

Cost of DermaActive

While there are numerous instances on the website where the trial is claimed to be free, the reality is that this is only for a period of 12 business days from the initial sign up.

This is not enough time to see any real benefit, especially when you need to wait for the product to be delivered.

At the conclusion of the trial you will be charged $59, that is unless you have informed DermaActive that you do not wish to continue with the trial.

You will also find that every month thereafter a new delivery will be made containing a new bottle of the cream, as well as a new bill.

Is DermaActive recommended?

Although DermaActive uses some proven ingredients, the cost of the product is a little high, although it has to be said not quite as high as some of the trial offers we have seen.

What puts me off recommending it is its use of auto-shipping, with some people almost certain to sign up with no knowledge that they are going to be charged at the end of the trial.

How to contact DermaActive?

At the very bottom of the DermaActive website is a link to a page where you can unsubscribe from their auto-ship program.

They can also be contacted using the following information:

Phone: 1-888-221-2554
International callers: 1-646-688-0457

If you have trialled this product then we would love to hear from you, please leave a message below.

Alternative to DermaActive

If you want to reduce the appearance of wrinkles then you may be better off increasing your collagen levels from within.

To do this you could try the Hydrolysed Collagen supplement sold online by Evolution Slimming.

This supplement contains 1000 mg of Hydrolysed Collagen so you will most certainly see an improvement in the health of your skin.

A months supply will set you back $47, with no repeat charges to be expected.

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