You don’t want to pay too much for an eye cream. But you also want to pay for quality. DermaExcel 7 is an eye cream that claims to be top of the line when it comes to reducing wrinkles. This eye cream from Janson Beckett uses some of the best ingredients available to help your skin look smooth and beautiful.
What is in DermaExcel 7?
The people who make DermaExcel 7 claim that they have used the most clinically advanced peptides available. They are Argireline, Snap-7, and Leuphasyl.
Argireline relaxes the muscles in your face that cause wrinkles and fine lines. This ingredient is often compared to Botox, but the truth is that although they seem to do the same thing; they are not alike. Argireline is much safer and more natural than Botox. DermaExcel 7 has 10% Argireline.
Snap-7 is a unique ingredient that was made by the manufacturer of DermaExcel 7. It is similar to Argireline in that it prevents your facial muscles from becoming tense; causing skin to wrinkle. DermaExcel 7 has 10% Snap-7.
Leuphasyl starts working before Argireline and Snap-7 to prevent your muscles from becoming tense. It also controls the release of acetylcholine. DermaExcel 7 has 5% of Leuphasyl.
Each of these three ingredients has been clinically tested for safety and effectiveness. Studies have shown they that effectively reduce the depth and length of wrinkles after only a few weeks.
There are bad ingredients along with the good. DermaExcel 7 has five different parabens, which are known for causing skin irritation. We prefer not see these used in products that are designed for the sensitive skin around your eyes.
Cost & Customer Reviews
The retail price for one ounce of DermaExcel 7 is $129.95. Luckily, you can find the eye cream for a lower price. The lowest price online is $93. That’s an improvement, but not by much. It doesn’t look like the manufacturer offers a money-back guarantee.
We couldn’t find more than a few customer reviews of DermaExcel 7. Some were very positive, others were very negative. Because there were so few, we don’t think they really help us know what most customers think of this eye cream.
The only problems we have with DermaExcel 7 are lack of customer reviews, harmful ingredients, and affordability. We usually like to see lots of customer reviews because they help us know exactly what people are saying about the eye cream. Harmful ingredients may be a problem for people who are health conscience or who have sensitive skin. DermaExcel 7 will not be affordable for most people.
DermaExcel 7 does have some great peptides that have been clinically proven to reduce wrinkles. They are also used in powerful concentrations that should be effective. However, they reduce wrinkles by causing your muscles to relax, not by improving the structure of your skin. There are peptides that do this.
If you can afford DermaExcel 7 we recommend that you try it because it will be effective in its own way. However, if you are looking for an eye cream that will actually rebuild skin; we recommend that you look for an affordable eye cream with the peptides that do this.