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Derma Joie – The Overview
The anti-aging cream Derma Joie is a skincare product that the manufacturer claims has multiple benefits to fight signs of aging. Derma Joie appears to have a number of online sites. Unfortunately, many of these only contain limited information about the product and no details are provided regarding the manufacturer such as their contact information or history in the skincare industry. There are no customer reviews for Derma Joie. Furthermore, while the product is said to help hydrate the skin around the eyes, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, brighten areas of discoloration, there are no clinical study results shown as proof. The price for Derma Joie is not mentioned as well as free samples and it doesn’t appear to have a money back guarantee. In addition, It seems that most sites are linked to different products.
Ingredients Contained in The Product
Retinol and Vitamin C
Derma Joie – Product Description
Despite the claims made for Derma Joie, the formula only contains a few key ingredients including Retinol and Vitamin C. Although these ingredients are often used to help reduce signs of aging, the amounts used in Derma Joie’s formula are not disclosed, and there is no clinical data that shows they can produce the results claimed by the manufacturer. It is not clear if the cream is completely natural or contains certain synthetic substances which may not be suitable for people with sensitive skin types. While the manufacturer states that the formula contains natural ingredients and has been studied, there is no way of knowing how true this is, given the lack of information provided. It is recommended that Derma Joie is used as part of a complete anti-aging routine along with other products for best results.
Good about Derma Joie
- Derma Joie key active ingredients are listed
- Some ingredients are listed
- Usage instructions are shown
Bad about Derma Joie
- Clinical study data is not provided
- Manufacturer details are not provided
- The complete formula is not disclosed
- There is no money back guarantee
- There are no customer success stories
- Product sites are linked to different products
- Seems like a bogus product
Derma Joie – The Bottom Line
With so few details disclosed about Derma Joie 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 protect the skin, this seems somewhat exaggerated and 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, their product and price before ordering. Consumers should be wary that the product sites are linked to different products. As with any product of this type, if it seems too good to be true it probably is and, even if Derma Joie 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.