Belladerm: Does Belladerm Work?

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Belladerm – The Overview

Belladerm claims to reduce all major signs of aging. The brand does not have an official website. There is no information about the manufacturer – name of the manufacturer, how established they are or their track record in terms of producing effective, safe anti aging products. The manufacturer provides a brief description of Belladerm and although one or two key ingredients are mentioned, the full list is not disclosed. Additionally, there is no mention of any clinical tests that may have been performed on the formula and the site doesn’t even provide any consumer success stories or reviews.


Consumers can order a free trial of the product but doing so will enroll them in an auto-shipping program; unless they cancel promptly, they’ll receive and be billed for Belladerm every month. There is no other mention of any kind of money back guarantee or refund policy offered by the manufacturer, so it appears that all sales are final. Seems there are no discounts given for larger orders and no kind of loyalty or preferred customer rewards program.

Ingredients Contained in The Product

Green Tea leaf Extract, Ascorbic Acid

Belladerm – Product Description

Despite the claims made for Belladerm, the formula only contains a few key ingredients including Green Tea leaf Extract and Ascorbic Acid. Although these ingredients are often used to help reduce signs of aging, the amounts used in Belladerm’s formula are not disclosed, and they are usually accompanied by other beneficial anti-aging ingredients. While Green Tea leaf Extract and Ascorbic Acid are high in antioxidants and said to have hydrating properties, there is no clinical data that shows they can produce the results claimed by the manufacturer. It is recommended that Belladerm is used as part of a complete anti-aging routine along with other products and may be applied at least twice a day for best results as with any anti aging product.

Good about Belladerm

  • Belladerm key active ingredients are listed
  • The formula is all natural
  • A free trial is offered

Bad about Belladerm

  • The complete formula is not disclosed
  • Scientific testing is not cited
  • There is no money back guarantee
  • There are no customer success stories
  • An auto-ship program is linked to the free trial

Belladerm – The Bottom Line

With so few details disclosed about Belladerm or its ingredients it is impossible to properly judge how effective it will be on reducing signs of aging. Although the manufacturer states that it can reverse the signs and symptoms of aging and retains the natural moisture, there is no evidence provided to back up the claim. Without any clinical or scientific test results or customer testimonials, the consumer must simply take the word of the manufacturer, which is not ideal given the fact that very little is known about them and their online presence is so unprofessional.

Most consumers would certainly want to know more about a company and their product before ordering it. Consumers should also be wary of any free trials that are linked to an auto-ship program as these are sometimes hard to cancel and end up being very costly. As with any product of this type, if it seems too good to be true it probably is and, even if Belladerm does contain the key ingredients listed, their quality, purity and concentrations are unknown. Consumers looking for a good anti-wrinkle cream would be advised to opt for a well-known brand that is backed by clinical studies, offered at a reasonable price and covered by a money back guarantee.