DermaSilk Review

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Overview

DermaSilk is a line of anti-aging treatments marketed to women with mature complexions. Similar to many other brands out there, these product aim to hydrate dry skin, tighten the face, smooth out wrinkles, prevent facial sagging and reduce the fine lines that come with age. There are currently six different DermaSilk products to choose from. These are called DermaSilk Anti-Wrinkle, Tightening Serum, Anti-Sagging, Facial Firming, Miracle Cream, Deep Skin Ultra Hydrating and Double Chin Facial Firming. Three of these products come in the form of an oral supplement, while the others are topical treatments, meant to be applied daily after cleansing.

The key active ingredients found in DermaSilk products are Collagen, Elastin, Vitamin E, Protein Peptides, Vitamin C, Glycolic Acid, Allantoin, Vitamin A and Glycerin. It is clarified on the official website that all six products are offered with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, which expires after 60 days. Although DermaSilk treatments are offered conveniently through the official website, they are also sold in drugstores like Walgreens. Currently there are no consumer reviews offered on the official website, but directions regarding how to use DermaSilk products are given. It appears that women can take the DermaSilk supplements in conjunction with using the topical treatments for optimal results.

Product Details

DermaSilk is a small line of skin care products that are claimed to assist with anti-aging. Like many skin care treatments, DermaSilk is primarily geared towards women. These skin care products range between $30 and $50. Over an extended period of time, DermaSilk treatments are actually supposed to improve the overall quality of your skin. While there are no free trial samples of DermaSilk currently available through the official website, there are clinical test results posted.

All ingredients found in DermaSilk miracle Cream are as follows: Aqua, glycerin, butylene glycol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, ethylhexyl palmitate, cetearyl alcohol, cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, glycol stearate, stearyl alcohol, mannitol, Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), steareth-2, ascorbyl phosphate, tocopherol, retinol, Panicum miliaceum (millet) seed extract, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, Chlorella vulgaris extract, Avena strigosa seed extract, Phaeodactylum tricornutum extract, Waltheria indica leaf extract, Crithmum maritimum extract, ferulic acid, teprenone, adenosine triphosphate, sodium chondroitin sulfate, lecithin, cetearyl glucoside, steareth-21, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, xanthan gum, pentylene glycol, hydrogenated vegetable oil, polysorbate 20, dextrin, sodium gluconate, citric acid, sodium citrate, alcohol, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol and tannic acid.

The Good

  • There is a 60-day money-back guarantee with DermaSilk products.
  • All DermaSilk treatments can be conveniently purchased at many Walgreens locations.
  • There are some clinical test results posted on the official website.

The Bad

  • Some of the active ingredients found in DermaSilk topical treatments may irritate the skin of some individuals.
  • There is very little data provided on the DermaSilk Company’s background.
  • Free samples for testing the DermaSilk products are not offered.
  • DermaSilk only appears to offer anti-aging treatments for women.

The Bottom Line

On the plus side, the DermaSilk line does offer a vast array of active ingredients in their topical treatments. Also, it is beneficial to see some real clinical data presented on the official website, along with a satisfaction guarantee. However, with so many ingredients incorporated into DermaSilk products, some users may have to wonder if these treatments could potentially cause skin irritations. Be sure to fully examine all ingredients offered in DermaSilk products prior to product use.

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