June 19, 2013
Isaderma helps you to achieve the arctic secret to looking younger. They claim that you can achieve smooth skin, reduce wrinkles and of course get rid of fine lines, reduce large pores, cleanse, and exfoliate the skin in general. They claim that their formula comes from Iceland, which is ironically quite warm, not arctic at all.
History of Isaderma
Isaderma is based on ingredients that were supposedly created and proven in the University of Iceland. They use “arctic marine enzymes” that they claim will reduce inflammation and help you to achieve greater skin in general. They also promise the idea of a foreign ingredient in general that help you to achieve greater results because of course the people in that country look so automatically younger just by living there in general.
Their main ingredient is called Penzyme. There are no clinical studies on this ingredient, and quite frankly, nobody has ever heard of it, because under this name, it does not occur outside of the Isaderma formula. Unfortunately, all their other ingredients are actually preservatives that are industrial grade and could be potentially harmful to the skin.
Possible side effects
Possible side effects include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
We would not recommend Isaderma. It doesn’t have anything that is redeeming in the least. In fact, its ingredients realistically work against it in just about every way. We would suggest finding something else that is actually proven to work rather than wasting your money on this particular product.