Dermatal is an anti-aging cream that is only available via the internet. The Dermatal official website is very limited in information and consists mainly of ordering information. The Dermatal company states that the product is a viable alternative to cosmetic procedures such as beauty ‘fillers’ and surgery, but they offer no clinical studies to show this to be true. They claim that Dermatal can work on many areas of aging skin including elimination of fine lines and wrinkles, stimulation of collagen production, reduction* of undereye circles and puffiness and moisturization.
A tub of Dermatal costs $94.95 and is paid after an initial 14 day period in which the customer can cancel their order, preventing enrollment in an auto-shipping program. There is no customer service information but the company address is given. No sections are included for FAQ’s and there are no customer testimonials or ‘before and after’ photos available.
Dermatal – Product Description
Only the key ingredients are listed for Dermatal and while they are explained in detail, no individual amounts are shown. The formula consists of a number of anti-aging ingredients including the powerful anti-oxidants Resveratrol, Vitamin C and Acai Berry, a ‘superfood’ that helps fight skin-damaging anti-oxidants. Other ingredients listed are moisturising Aloe Vera, lubricating Glyceryl Stearate and Dimethicone, a substance that forms a protective barrier over the surface of the skin.
There are no instructions as to the application of Dermatal, but it is likely to need daily use for best results.
- There is a 14-day trial period
- Key ingredients are listed
- Company contact information is provided
- Dermatal may fight several signs of aging
- Dermatal is expensive
- Not all ingredients are listed
- The website contains limited information
- No customer testimonials are provided
- There is no mention of clinical testing
Dermatal – The Bottom Line
The Dermatal product would not be recommended as a good anti-aging cream for a number of reasons. Primarily, the manufacturer simply does not supple enough information about the product and most consumers would want to know all the ingredients in the formula, particularly if they have sensitive skin. Additionally, Dermatal is very expensive, costing more than many competitive brands which disclose more information, including scientific proof of results.
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