James Davis

Advanced Dermatology Reviews - What Is It?

WARNING: DO NOT BUY Advanced Dermatology Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!

Advanced Dermatology is a comprehensive skincare system that provides deep regeneration of skin. The results are claimed to be so dramatic that this system can become an alternative to cosmetic surgery. Is it really true or is it another highly advertised scam? According to their official website, claims the products included into the system were inspired by their dermatological expertise. Unfortunately, there is very little information about the company behind the system. Advanced Dermatology is said to be a five-step skin regimen that includes Stem Cells, Peptides, and Growth Factors; Vitamins and Antioxidants; Fluorocarbons; Oligosaccharides, Lipids, Phospholipids, and Polysaccharides; as well as Hyaluronic Acid and Encapsulated Retinaldehyde. Twenty additional ingredients promise to defense the skin from aging and future damage.

The system has also an Australian website that does acknowledge the frustration of many buyers regarding its potency. The matter is that some products may contain powerful ingredients, but still may fail to work. According to Advanced Dermatology, their product contains only token amounts of active ingredients. For instance, the Anti-Ageing kit contains 44 active ingredients. Concentration is important but the manufacturer doesn't list the amount of each ingredient. At the same time, these components are claimed to be free of artificial colors, dyes, artificial fragrance, and harmful preservatives. What differentiates this skincare system from the competition? Let's answer this question further in this review.

Customer Reviews - Does Advanced Dermatology Really Work?

Advanced Dermatology

According to the official website of the manufacturer, the five-step Advanced Dermatology regimen includes the following products: Overnight Resurrection, Deep Wrinkle Firming Skin Quench, Super Youth Serum, Daily Sun Defense and Healing Foam Cleanse. After just four weeks, you are promised to enjoy the first visible results. There should be a significant improvement in the look of your skin. In twelve weeks you are expected to have even more astonishing results. Advanced Dermatology promises that their product's ingredients help to boost your elastin, collagen, and keratin levels in a natural way. It is important to apply the product regularly to smooth out and fill in wrinkles and lines. Their ingredients are claimed to contain hyaluronic acid with tiny polymers to penetrate into the skin deeper. This powerful filler hydrates, smoothes, and protects the skin.

There is a great number of customer reviews about Advanced Dermatology skincare products online. However, not all of them are positive. As some users say they cannot always be effective for peeling dead, damaged skin. Thus, these fail to remove pigment, plump and tighten the skin. The manufacturer claims that Advanced Dermatology contains antioxidant ingredients that protect the skin from environmental oxidation and help to neutralize the impact of free radicals on the human skin. Is that really true? I am not sure about these actions, since no scientific evidence is provided on the official website. In addition, the system claims to nourish deeply, hydrate and protect the face, restoring youthful skin and diminishing dullness.

One woman writes that she ordered Advanced Dermatology online. The first shipment cost her $59.99, even though it was a trial offer. She was not satisfied with the tiny bottles, as they lasted for 30 days. After a month, the next shipment came. Those were bigger bottles. After a month or so she had run out of cleanser, so the woman called the customer service and the clerk promised to send another bottle to her. But the woman received it two months later. After a year, she had received only four shipments. The customer went through her credit card bills and found out that she had been charged $59.95 every month. But the products were not shipped on a monthly basis. The woman called the customer service and was told that she had received seven shipments but was billed for 18 months. The reason was that each shipment was a 90-day supply. The real price was $180 per shipment. Here are some of the actual customers' reviews left online.

"I didn't like Advanced Dermatology, as this product caused extreme dryness, blotchiness, and breakouts on my skin. It came with no instructions on how to apply. So I used it as a traditional cream. As a result, it made my skin red and dry. I had terrible raw places around my nose and had breakout all over my face. I tried to return the product but the customer service representative did not agree to provide me with a refund authorization number because 30 days of the trial period had expired"

"AdvancedDermatology doesn't work. I used it for more than a month but had no improvement at all. The size of the product is too small but it lasted for a month while using sparingly. The other complaint of mine was that I was billed another $2.00 for international shipping! The matter is that I was not warned about that. I want to cancel my next-month supply but no one is available. Waste of money!"

"I ordered the trial unit of Advanced dermatology, and there is fine print informing that international customers have to call them to say when they received the product. And starting from that day, they have 35 days to cancel the replenishments. I am an international customer and I didn't like my purchase. So, I called them in order to cancel the future supplies for two weeks, but I was never answered. Then I emailed them but they insisted that they were charging me all the payments in future. I have no other options than to cancel my credit card"

Where To Buy Advanced Dermatology In Stores?

The Advanced Dermatology Kit can be ordered on their official website only. It is priced at three payments of $60. The company will send you a three month-kit with a 30-day return policy. They claim that you can return the kit within the 30-day period to receive a refund if you are not satisfied with the product, but the majority of customers failed to get their money back. They report that after these three payments they received a 90-day supply of the product once every three months. Their credit card was charged $60 every time as part of autoship program. It is important to note that their claim that "orders are limited to one kit per person" is nothing more than a marketing trick to attract more buyers. You will not find it on Amazon, GNC or Walmart.

My Final Summary

Speaking about Advanced Dermatology, it is necessary to say that most customers stayed very disappointed not only with the product itself, but also with the customer service. Whenever you may try to reach a company's representative you will likely not be answered at all. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, be ready that nobody will return your money even if you complain within thirty days. Many customers report receiving Advanced Dermatology kits and being charged after they cancelled their subscription. The company is more than just suspicious and I cannot recommend Advanced Dermatology to anyone.