May 22, 2013
Elastiderm is a wrinkle product that is to be used if you have tried countless other products that haven’t worked in the past. They call their test the “snap” effect where you hold your skin for a certain period of time and see how long it takes to “snap” back into place. Then you know what kind of elasticity your skin has at that point.
History of Elastiderm
Elastiderm has been advertised on TV. But it is only sold through medical professionals at this time. There is no prescription needed, and it is not FDA approved. But many are allured by the fact that doctors sell it. It is manufactured at this time by Obagi Medical Products and uses their own special bi mineral complex.
Unfortunately, we are not sure what concentration the special complex takes up. But even if it was 100%, which we are sure it is not, it couldn’t produce results. Copper, zinc, and malonate are not wrinkle fighting ingredients. They do not produce more collagen or elastin or really anything else that might help you to get rid of wrinkles. They do not even actually fight free radicals, which would help to prevent, but not reverse. There is nothing.
Possible side effects
There are no reported side effects with Elastiderm at this time.
We would not trust Elastiderm. It may seem great at first, because after all it comes from a doctor. But it doesn’t actually have any promise, and realistically speaking, there is no potential for it in general terms. They are perfectly and mistakenly open about their main ingredients, which are completely ineffective and unrelated. But most consumers they assume won’t know the difference.