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Skin Beautiful Dermaceuticals Dermal Nutrition Antioxidant (DNA) Repair Cream 2 oz

Skin Beautiful Dermaceuticals Dermal Nutrition Antioxidant (DNA) Repair Cream

Is a Solution for:
Dry Skin, Dull Skin, Large Pores, Sensitive Skin, Wrinkles, Sagging Skin
Reviewed by Kimberly November 2, 2013 6 Comments

Pros

Shrinks large pores, decreases redness, wrinkles, fine lines and sagging

Cons

Not a one
A fabulous non-irritating, skin-repairing moisturizer at a great price

I am a 50+ year-old woman with normal to combination skin who lives in are area that can be humid or impossibly dry, depending on the season. I have the usual problems that go with aging skin: fine lines, wrinkles, some discoloration in pigmentation, and the beginning of sagging eyelids, so I was excited to try Skin Beautiful Dermaceuticals Dermal Nutrition Antioxidant (DNA) Repair Cream ($40) given its scientifically-proven natural ingredients.

It comes in a pretty, feminine colored glass jar which looks small, but contains 2 oz of cream. Something I liked was they don't waste money on a fancy container. It has a slight floral fragrance that smells natural, not like perfume. After my first application, I was happy to see that a little goes a long way! It feels just like you applied liquid silk to your face.

I had absolutely no irritation from it. In fact, I overdid it with my retinol one night, and my face looked and felt like a damaged orange peel the next morning. Normally when I let that happen, it takes a good week for my face to heal and look normal again. I quickly cleansed my face, and applied the Skin Beautiful Dermal Nutrition Antioxidant (DNA) Repair Cream. In two days, my irritated face was healed. I give full credit to this wonderful product as I have tried everything when this has happened before, to no avail.

It promises lessening of large pores, to decrease redness, wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin. I have definitely seen a great deal of improvement in my skin during the last 3-4 weeks of use. My pores are smaller, my skin looks bright and fresh, and small fine lines almost completely disappeared. It has also helped the saggy, crepey look of my upper eyelids and neck, with no eye irritation. This is important to me as I can't usually afford a good moisturizer and an eye cream too. I always let it set 10 minutes before I apply makeup, and I had no problems with my makeup staying put. However, if you use too much, you may have a shiny face and see your makeup slip throughout the day.

Active ingredients consist of Renovage -- proven to repair skin at the DNA level and means the results are far more lasting -- and multiple peptides, which are proving to be the new "retinol without the irritation." And I can actually see the hyaluronic acid work to plump my skin, as it is said to bind up to 1000 times its weight in moisture. Its full ingredient list contains nothing harmful far as I can see, and has only natural and proven products/ingredients--there are no extra fillers in this cream! I was really impressed. AND for me, they have done just what they claim: produce a natural product that delivers results.

Lastly, the price point of Skin Beautiful Dermal Nutrition Antioxidant (DNA) Repair Cream is fabulous at around $40 for two ounces. I can't wait to continue its use. This is my new go-to skin repairing moisturizer! I give it 5 stars all the way! Try it ladies -- just remember, a little goes a long way!

  • November 5, 2013

    by Marta

    Rachelle, thank you for your comment. There is more information on dimethicone in our ingredients directory: http://www.truthinaging.com/ingredients/dimethicone
    as well as a longer feature on silicones in general: http://www.truthinaging.com/review/what-is-it-silicones-and-should-we-avoid-them

  • November 5, 2013

    by rachelle

    I noticed it has dimethocone in it. im pretty sure that is a chemical we should avoid

  • November 3, 2013

    by Marja

    thank you, Marta, for your swift respons.

  • November 3, 2013

    by Marta

    During manufacturing, cosmetics undergo stability testing to ensure that they will last for three years. Ingredients that stabilize and preserve the products are generally included in the formulation. Active ingredients don't just evaporate into thin air every time you open a pot, but it is true they will be better preserved in, for example, an airless pump. However, that might require other compromises such as making the formula more liquid to pass through the pump. Given that typical use would result in a pot of cream lasting 3 to 4 months, I would be confident that, providing the product has gone through proper testing during manufacturing, it would remain active during that time.

  • November 3, 2013

    by Marja

    dear Kim,

    thank you for your review. This product does sound interesting.

    one question though: this seems packed in a jar! makes me wonder, why, cause the active ingredients always need, to my knowledge, the best protection possible.

    would you, or someone else at Marta's be so kind as to enlighten me on this point?

    thnx in advance,

    Marja.

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