Dermatal Reviewed: Get the Facts about Dermatal

Editor Review: 3 / 5.0 editor's review

Wendy Adler

The manufacturer of Dermatal claims this product is an anti-aging cream that fights a number of aging signs including under eye circles, puffiness, fine lines, wrinkles, and dry skin. The manufacturer also claims the product produces results to rival that received through various cosmetic procedures. The problem comes when a consumer tries to evaluate these claims. The website provides very little information on the product. There are no consumer testimonials and no FAQ section. The site does not contain clinical study information nor before and after photos to show the product’s real effects.

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Once piece of information the manufacturer does provide about Dermatal is a list of some of the ingredients. They claim it contains a number of natural anti-aging ingredients like acai berry, resveratrol, Vitamin C. It also contains other proven ingredients like aloe vera, dimethicone, and glyceryl stearate. The acai berry, resveratrol, and Vitamin C are all strong anti-oxidants which fight off free radical damage and help the skin repair itself. Aloe vera is a good moisturizer, while dimethicone works to protect the skin. The glyceryl stearate helps lubricate the skin. The website does not provide information on how the consumer should apply the product.

Dermatal does come with a 14-day trial available. The list of ingredients contains components that should help the skin recover from past damage and help create younger looking skin. The company provides an address for consumers to contact them.

Consumers need to be weary of Dermatal. The 14-day trial automatically enrolls a purchaser in an automatic shipping program. If the consumer does not cancel within that 2-week period, the company will start shipping out a tub a month costing $94.95. These can be difficult to cancel once it starts. The website is very short on product details and the manufacturer only provides an address through which to contact them. The ingredient list is not complete and may contain items that could cause allergic reactions. There are no clinical trials, customer testimonials, or before and after photos to back up the manufacturer’s claims.