Reviewed and Recommended: Dermaheal Two Weeks Miracle
Dermaheal promised a miracle in two weeks. The two weeks are up and there has been nothing miraculous about the results. Nevertheless, I am recommending this product (albeit with a reservation that I'll come back to).
Two Weeks Miracle has, after two weeks of use, done good things for my complexion. It looks clear and healthy. I am happy to report that a couple of fine lines are distinctly less visible. There have been no adverse reactions and, given my hyper-sensitive skin, that's a miracle in itself. I like the ingredients, which are predominantly plant extracts and peptides, some of which are new discoveries for me. And I really like the fact that there is nothing not to like. Dermaheal is a brand that prides itself on being free of parabens and other preservatives.
However, being preservative-free comes at a price. And this is the caveat that comes with my recommendation. The pack pictured above of Dermaheal Two Weeks Miracle includes a toner, serum, cream and eye cream and costs $75. At first blush it seems to be fairly reasonable until you realize that it is supposed to be reordered every two weeks. Now, Dermaheal is eager to stress that a two-week delivery program ensures that the product is made and shipped at its freshest and there is no need to rely on a toxic cocktail of chemical preservatives.
Perhaps, but the cynical amongst you might think that Dermaheal is trying to get you hooked on to an expensive renewal cycle. It's a habit that would cost nearly $2,000 a year.
There still seems to be some of my product left and I'll be interested to see how long it lasts. And then what? Would I buy my next pack? I think so - if nothing else, I'd like to see if this product continues to perform well and build a long term improvement over a longer period.
Reviewed and recommended: Dermaheal after two weeks
My mid-term review and ingredients