If you have an interest in anti-aging creams, there can only be one reason, you looked in the mirror and got a rude awakening; your skin is beginning to show your age. And since you would like to keep that to yourself, you figured that a good anti-aging cream may help keep it hidden.
So, the question is, will Dermatal Anti-Aging cream remove or diminish wrinkles, or is it all hype, at your expense?
The ads claim that this is a superior anti-aging product that will not simply cover up your problem, but deliver you from it, by giving you smoother and firmer skin, which would mean— problem solved.
There are no positives available for this product because it has been removed from the market under this and several of its other names, including: Dermatal Skin Care, CRU Dermatalcs, Skin Care Products, and CRU Dermatal. It is currently being sold under the name Life Cell Anti-Aging cream.
Regarding the minuses, there are tons worth mentioning, but the two that stand out the most are; 1) the “Free 30-day Trial” lasts about 30-minutes then your credit card will be charged $189 plus shipping and handling and 2) there are over 250 complaints filed for this product under its various names for fraudulent charges and refusal to return funds. Frankly, that should be enough, but in addition to the 250 complaints for the product sales under the names no longer sold, the current name, Life Cell, has 169 customer reviews on Amazon with the same identical complaints. The other complaint is that it doesn’t work as described in any way. There is no physical address for any of these product names and the email provided elicits no response. The Better Business Bureau, FDA, and private attorney firms are interested in locating the owners of this company. It is only available under the name Life Cell online. This company is apparently only made up of real minuses.
This product is no longer for sale and no longer has a website under this name. However, it is also known by the names CRU Dermatalcs, Dermatal Skin Care, Skin Care Products, CRU Dermatal, and most recently Life Cell. Life Cell is the only one currently available for purchase and lists identical ingredients as Dermatal.
Ingredients: aloe vera, glyceryl stearate, and dimethicone. The acai berry, reservatrol, and Vitamin C are all solid anti-oxidants which force away free radical injury and help the skin overhaul itself. Aloe vera is a good moisturizer, while dimethicone works to protect the skin. The glyceryl stearate helps lubricate the skin.
The price of $189 for 0.5 oz jar is on the pricey side even for excellent products. There is no official product site. The product’s Facebook page has no entries since 2010. Under Life Cell, the advertising uses false celebrity endorsements; and it would be no surprise to learn that they are in the process of lawsuits because of this. There is no way to know what the ingredients actually are, since there are no independent tests to confirm them. For all the consumer knows, the product is nothing more than lard and lavender scent. Under no circumstances should this product - under any of its aliases - be purchased. And, avoid the “free trial” offer from any company that is unfamiliar to you.