Dermagen iQ is a restorative anti-ageing cream that is claimed to help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.
In the following review I will look at whether this cream works as claimed and whether there are any hidden charges that these types of trial offers are renowned for.
Read on and discover the truth behind this trial offer.
Claims made by Dermagen iQ
Using this anti-ageing cream is said to offer the following benefits to its users:
- Smooth look of stubborn fine lines
- Restore your radiant, firmer looking skin
- Brighten skins appearance
To check how accurate these claims are we will need to look to see what ingredients have been used in the formula.
Ingredients found in Dermagen iQ
Not only is there no label present but there is very little information available on the ingredients used in this cream.
While the website mentions the use of Vitamin C, Glycerin and Cucumber extract being used, there is no mention of how much of these ingredients is present, nor if there are any other ingredients to be found.
This is important information that should be available, not only so that we can check how effective the cream is, but also to ensure what you apply to your face does not cause any negative reactions.
Price of Dermagen iQ
Trial offers have a bad name online, often because they are rarely upfront about their costs or payment terms.
The same can be said for Dermagen iQ, as this information is hidden away in the terms and conditions, which can only be found by scrolling to the very bottom of the webpage and squinting to view the tiny font.
Once you read the T&Cs you will see that this trial offer will cost you an initial £4.95 then a further £78.49 just 15 days later, unless you cancel the trial within this trial period.
If you fail to cancel the trial you will be sent further monthly packages that will of course need to be paid for. This is called auto-shipping, which is one of the main reasons why trial offers are best avoided.
Is Dermagen iQ recommended?
Not only is Dermagen iQ not recommended but I would also suggest that you avoid all trial offers in future.
They are rarely as good an offer as they first appear.
My suggestion to you would be to look for a more cost effective alternative.
Contact details for Dermagen iQ
You can cancel your trial using the following contact details:
Phone: 0845 528 1257
If you have signed up for this offer then we would love to hear from you. Please leave your own review below using the comment form.
Alternative to Dermagen iQ
Our suggested alternative is Bioxin Regenerative (available from Bauer Nutrition), it is much more cost effective than Dermagen iQ but has been proven to produce pretty incredible results, both in terms of firmness and smoothness of your skin.
No wonder really as it contains proven ingredients such as Syn-ake and Coenzyme Q10.
You can buy EvoCreme for £39.95, and as it is not available for trial the price you see is the price you pay. There are no hidden or repeat charges.