Anti-aging supplements are ten a penny these days and while all claim to offer the same results by way of younger looking skin, it’s abundantly clear that most simply do not cut the mustard. It’s supposedly a simple case of plumping up the skin, restoring moisture, and raising its density in order to minimize the appearance of fine lines and deep wrinkles. Needless to say, this is clearly easier said than done as for every 1,000 products that hit the market, you can count the successful entries on the finger of one hand. As far as Dermasilk goes, it certainly has a solid enough reputation and comes across as a professional product from a professional brand. Think it’s worth looking closer at which side of the fence it falls on?
So, the question is, Will Dermasilk add its name to the sparse ranks of the skin treatment creams that deliver on their promises, or is there nothing to gain by spending a penny on it?
What stands out about Dermasilk is the way in which the manufacturer markets it as a product that gets to work 100% internally. In other words, this means it attacks the signs of aging from beneath the surface of the skin, which in turn means that Dermasilk can be used along with a second product that works from above the surface of the skin in order to intensify the overall effect. Some of the ingredients have been put through clinical trials, and there’s even a 60-day money back guarantee in place in case you’re not entirely pleased. As such, you start to wonder whether you could in fact be looking at the real deal, so how does Dermasilk stack up when put to the test?
In terms of benefits, it’s clear that many of the ingredients that go into Dermasilk have proved their worth in a big way and so add credence to claims of the manufacturer. What’s more, it could also be seen as a good thing that those wishing to really intensify the effects of their home treatments can do so by adding a second product that gets to work from above the surface of the skin. It’s far from the most expensive product out there, and the 60 day money back guarantee makes sure your money is safe – a strong start indeed for Dermasilk’s real pluses.
If looking from a more critical perspective, you could argue that it doesn’t matter how many ingredients have been tested if the final product hasn’t been. Dermasilk is precisely such a product and what’s worse is that not every ingredient is listed by the manufacturer, so you don’t know what you’re using. So even with the positives, it’s not a pretty picture on the whole for its real minuses.
It’s good to see at least some of the ingredients being listed and explained, but in all reality this just isn’t good enough these days – we need to see every ingredient and have them all explained in full.
According to the makers of Dermasilk, the product contains Astraxanthin, Benfotiamine, Carnosine, PABA, GliSODin, and Tocotrienols as its active ingredients.
The truth of the matter is that Dermasilk lets itself down in the very same way as so many of its rivals. Money back guarantees and assurance of greatness don’t mean anything at all if the product’s ingredients aren’t listed in full, and there’s no evidence of final product clinical testing…end of story. It is not recommended.