James Davis

Dermagist Reviews - What Is It?

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

Dermagist (formally Dermajuv) is marketer of cosmetic products for beautiful skin. Since the company offers a wide variety of different products we are going to focus on the most popular one - the anti-wrinkle cream. It promises to fight skin-aging signs such as fine lines and wrinkles. The official website of the company provides full contact information about the company including its postal address, but it contains too little information about the ingredients of their products and possible side effects associated with their usage. There is a live chat on the website where you can ask your questions about the products. You can also find a lot of customer reviews for the products but all of them are positive, which makes me think that they are fake and not written by the real users. Dermagist offers a 30-day money back guarantee and all terms and conditions are stated clearly. There are three types of products listed under daily maintenance, acne treatments and anti-wrinkle. The costs vary for each product. They can all be bought directly from the website and all purchases are 100% secure.

Ingredients of Dermagist - Does It Really Work? Is It a Scam?

The Dermagist official website provides ingredients found in Dermagist products; however, it does not provide any description of these substances. For example, some of active ingredients in the formula of their anti-wrinkle cream include Renovage, Matrixyl, SesaFlash, Haloxyl, Stem Cells, and Eyeliss. All products are said to be 100% paraben free. Let us take a look at some of the most commonly used ingredients. Metahylate is a compound created by the Dermagist team for formulas in their own products. It is claimed to fill wrinkles and moisturize the user's skin with a variant of fermented hyaluronic acid. The drawback of this ingredient is that it is badly studied and requires more scientific research to prove its effectiveness and safety. Sesaflash is a topical smoothing and tightening agent manufactured from hydrolyzed sesame proteins. According to the manufacturer's website, it has a moisturizing effect that can last for a few hours. Cetearyl and sorbitan olivate are derivatives of olive oil with the emulsifying effect. These compounds are used to boost the skin's moisture retention abilities.


Matrixyl is an anti-wrinkle formula made to stimulate collagen synthesis. It is said to be a peptide derived from the combination of palmitoyl oligopeptide and palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7. It is claimed to promote elastin production but this function is not confirmed by any scientific evidence. Citrus aurantium dulcis fragrance is a fragrance additive that has no cosmetic benefits but it is used in most of this brand's products. Cetearyl Alcohol is a fatty alcohol that has few skin care benefits but it is mainly used as a stabilizing compound in the product. It should not be confused with more damaging alcohols that are still found in some skin products (like isopropyl). Malus domestica fruit cell cultures is a costly form of stem cells made from a special breed of apple tree. It is used to promote the skin's ability to renew itself.

Unfortunately, little is known about some of the higher described ingredients, and Dermagist does not provide enough clinical evidence to back up their claims, especially when it comes to the new chemicals like Metahylate. This compound was recently synthesized and has little outside studies to verify its safety and effectiveness. Without such research it is impossible to say for sure how safe and effective the brand's products are. To avoid unnecessary effects, you should carefully follow all the manufacturer's recommendations and apply Dermagist products to the appropriate parts of your body, whether the under-eyes, face, chest, neck, and hands.

Customer Reviews - Does It Have Any Side Effects?

Of course, Dermagist avoids speaking about possible side effects and allergic reactions among people using their products. Since the formulas may contain unknown and badly studied ingredients, it means that the risk of experiencing undesired reactions really exists. These may include redness, irritation, swelling, burning, itching, dryness, peeling and some others. It is good news that the company's products are associated with a great number of customer reviews; however, there are too many negative ones. Many users call the product scam as they often get ripped by the company. There are reports about experiencing side effects and allergic reactions too. For instance, one woman writes in her testimonial that the Dermagist product made her eyes watery and itchy. She returned it after a few tries. It was an almost full bottle of the product in original packaging. The customer paid for shipping and requested a refund. But she never heard from them. When the woman inquired she was informed that a store credit had been issued. The company is very deceptive. When she called there she was told that it was a family run business and that the company did not issue refunds. Since the store is 1500 miles from the customer she cannot go there. The woman is disappointed with the Dermagist customer care. Here are several real customer reviews.

"I have been using the Dermagist neck cream for three months without any visible effects. They offer a 30-day refund and at the same time say that you won't see it working within that time frame. It means that you can simply waste your money. The condition of my neck is no better. I started using the neck restoration cream. When I contacted the customer service they told me it would take a while to bring the effects. Believe me they are just trying to make you keep the product until the return period expires. I would not recommend this product."

"Dermagist products do not work at all. The acne scar fading cream and acne cleansing wash broke me out really bad. When I wanted to get a refund on other products I had ordered they gave me vague details on what to do. It is obvious that they don't want to give a refund. What a terrible company. I didn't like the customer service. I have lost $300."

"I bought two bottles of dermagist instant eye lift serum but it does not work at all. It is sticky mass that never dries to the fullest. It does not lift or tighten the skin. I have tried to use it several times but every time I had the same results. Now I am using it as an eye treatment under my eye area. I would not recommend this product to anyone. I have wasted $100. Do not buy anything from this terrible company."

Where To Buy Dermagist?

Dermagist products can be bought directly from the official website of the manufacturer. They range from $28.79 to $119.99 for one-time purchases. Prices start at $129.99 for the "system" packages that include many different products. The company offers price bonuses for big quantities of products, all of which come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Besides, the company offers a "Replenish and Save" program that gives 35% off of purchases made via an automatic reordering program; however, your supply will be automatically renewed every 90 days. This program involves a cancellation.

My Final Summary

Dermagist products come with a great number of disadvantages. The products appear not to be effective enough but even if they are you will need to use them continuously to achieve at least some results. You are not expected to see any significant results within the first month of use. No ingredient amounts are shown on the official website. The company does not offer any free samples. The products from this company are not scientifically or clinically proven to be safe or effective. Besides, they are very expensive when compared to the competition. It seems that there are many better options in the market which are safer to use and offer more benefits. Such options are definitely worth exploring before making the final decision. Taking into account all pros and cons of Dermagist products, I cannot recommend buying anything from this company.