May 22, 2013
Dermitage is the first product and the only product to use a complex known apparently as Rejuvaline. They promise to reduce wrinkles, improve youthful looking skin, and otherwise help you to achieve the results you are looking for without a struggle and without incidence, because apparently their instant lifting creme seeps deep into pores by using Rejuvaline, as does their anti-aging foaming cleanser.
History of Dermitage
Dermitage was developed rather recently, and they were the ones to create the Rejuvaline complex all together. Nobody else uses it, because essentially speaking they made it up. They don’t use nanotechnology, which we find curious considering nanotechnology is really the only thing that would make ingredients soak into your skin at a more effective rate among other things.
We found that Dermitage does use hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid naturally moisturizes the skin. But they call their other ingredients “lifting spheres” and “powerful antioxidants.” This really doesn’t mean anything. When you are told that they use “powerful antioxidants” you should ask which ones exactly. Some are more powerful than others, but none of them actually produce more collagen and elastin among other things. As far as lifting spheres go, it is something else that Dermitage seemingly made up.
Possible side effects
Possible and likely side effects of Dermitage include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
We would not recommend Dermitage. Its formula is essentially entirely made up, which is never a good sign. The fact that they don’t actually provide information is at the very least disconcerting. We would recommend staying far away from this product as it will not work for you, and you would be better off using just about anything else. We have a few ideas though of course, and you can read more about them here.