Overall Success Rate: 91%Last Reviewed: November 29, 2013
Dermavexin aims to restore skin through its stem-cell technology that allows skin to “give birth” to new cells unharmed by free radicals. Accordingly, skin is able to rejuvenate itself and fight the occurrence of dark circles, eye puffiness, and other ugly spots in the eye contour region. One major setback for this product, though, is its lack of a professional website – it is today only sold on Amazon.com.
Official Site: N/A
Success Rate: 92%
One bottle – $125.00
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Jojoba Oil
- Peptide compounds including Peption-5 and Argireline
How to Use:
Apply Dermavexin after cleaning. Use product up to twice a day, alone or under makeup.
- Collagen restoration in the skin through its five-peptide blend
- Hydrates skin well
- Expensive price
- No complete ingredient list
- No clinical studies to vouch for its claims
- 100% 60-Day Money Back Guarantee
Empowered buying choices begin with good, useful information the potential customer can use, and this is where Dermavexin is doomed to fail. With the absence of a website that can serve as eye cream fans’ ultimate resource to the product, its full ingredients, features, benefits, and target results this product instead relies on a number of obscure reviews and incomplete details on Amazon.com, which is mainly where it is sold. We hope to read more about Dermavexin and its “stem-cell technology.” But now, we’re saddened by the lack of conclusive literature on the product, along with it seemingly excessive price tag of $125.
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