DermaPure Reviews

About DermaPure

DermaPure distinguishes their Moisturizing Wrinkle Cream with a clinically proven peptide called Polymoist-PS Complex.  This peptide is used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

They believe that proteins and peptides are the key components to maintaining youthful skin because they boost collagen and elastin production.  Dry skin can cause itching and peeling, aging the skin and making it appear dull. DermaPure restores your skin’s luster and rehydrates your skin with natural ingredients.  
Preventing new wrinkles is important when you are trying to reduce the ones that already exist, so it is important to provide skin with nutrients.
DermaPure contains Vitamin E, an antioxidant used to stop the formation of new wrinkles.  It has Saccharide Isolerate to moisturize the skin, along with Mango Butter, Cocoa Butter and Shea Butter.  Another nutrient it provides is mushroom extract, which maintains the normal biological balance of the skin’s surface.
If purchasing DermaPure through the website, they offer a 30-day money back guarantee.  One month costs $99.95; however, if you sign up for the auto-ship program it will bring the cost down to $79.95 per month.   This product is supposed to be used every day for the best results.
This moisturizing wrinkle cream is too expensive compared with others on the market, each one promising to make you look younger than the next.  If you want to buy a product that says it has “been clinically proven to work in just minutes” there should be concern.
Every moisturizing cream will work in just minutes to rehydrate your skin; this is typically the primary purpose of using it to begin with.  If you have the urge to try a wrinkle cream, start small and purchase one that is affordable.

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Ruth Blanding

Dermapure is a SCAM!!!!

August 13, 2012

I was taken in by the $1.99 free trial, not knowing that this little jar would cost me $90. The only thing Dermapure did was break out my skin. I have never had a break out sooo bad before in my life. I did however, called them twice to insure that my subscription was cancelled and my credit card would no longer be charged. Dermapure is a rip off; a scam. I hope that company gets what it deserves.

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August 28, 2012

Yep, same the jar and saw the price...I'm okay, but not any better than some much less expensive stuff.

January 03, 2013

Watch out for this company's offers. The free trial sucks you in, my order dated 12/27/2012 (recieved 12/30/2012) informed me that I was automaticly enrolled in their auto-shipment. You have 10 days to try the product---my order was dated 12/27/2012 and this scam withdrew $267.30 from my account on 12/31/2012------

I am still fightning with this company of foreign speaking people for my refund.

BEWARE!!!! They are running an ad on Facebook----

March 23, 2013

Glad I read this was tempted to sign up. thanks

March 25, 2013

PLEASE BEWARE - I ordered from Australia. 1 bottle of trial product arrived Phone numbers to cancel dont work, emails are ignored. Money is taken on a regular basis from my credit card. Needed to cancel card to get their grubby hands out of my account.


Hopefully they will be stopped - but meantime - stay clear folks.

June 17, 2013

I agree. I was under the impression I was ordering a "free" trial, for just $6.95 for shipping and handling. However, I was not aware that "free" actually means you will pay the full amount for the product after 14 says. I am not sure why these companies use the word "free" when nothing is actually free.

Nonetheless, I requested my money back on the 30th day, since they have a 30 day money back guarantee, and I was told that I should have actually called on the 29th day, not the 30th day to get my money back.

Therefore, if you want your money back, you have to call the day before the 30th day, from the day you placed the order, not the day you received the order.

I called the Michigan BBB and they said that's the company's policy and therefore they couldn't do anything about it..

I am currently sending a letter to the attorney general's office. This company has had quite a few complaints against it and I am sure plenty more coming.

If you are not happy with this product, complain. Companies should not be allowed to take money from the general public through false advertising.

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