Dermavisu brand of anti-aging cream is described as a ‘miracle’ product that while presented on a professional-looking website, contains gimmicky and ‘over-hyped’ language. The manufacturer claims that Dermavisu is popular among Hollywood celebrities although they do not show any evidence of this. More importantly, there is no proof that the product actually decreases lines and wrinkles by up to 512% in 12 weeks, also claimed in the product website.
The cost of Dermavisu is $249.00 per bottle which seems expensive, but does last for 3 months when used according to directions. The product is sold over the internet and the ordering process is guaranteed secure. Time limited discounts are offered (at the time of writing it was offered for $125.00) as are free bonus gifts, such as a micro-abrasive facial cloth.
Dermavisu– Product Description
Dermavisu contains a number of synthetic ingredients that help boost collagen production in the skin, such Syn-Coll. The formula helps to relax the facial muscles, much in the same way as Botox, by using the Argireline product Snap-8, and also acts as an anti-oxidant with the use of positive-charged ions Hydronium 55, skin-firming DMAE, moisturizing Jojoba oil and Frankincense, an ingredient that is beneficial healing damaged skin.
The full ingredient list is not shown and it is not known if the formula is safe for sensitive skin-types.
Strengths of Dermavisu
- Some ingredients have been clinically tested
- Customer testimonials are provided
- Key ingredients are listed
- One bottle lasts 3 months
- Free bonus gifts and discounts are offered
- The ordering process is secure
Weaknesses of Dermavisu
- The initial cost of Dermavisu is expensive
- The product makes exaggerated claims
- Not all ingredients are listed
- There are no money back guarantees
Dermavisu The Bottom Line
While most consumers like to use natural skin care products, there is evidence to show that the synthetically produced substances in Dermavisu may improve the appearance of aging skin over time. The fact that the product is so badly-presented does distract from its overall credibility, and the cost may certainly deter some people, particularly as there is no money back guarantee.