Dematopin may help reduce some of the signs of aging under and around the eyes. It claims that their product has all the ingredients in the right amounts to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and eliminate under the eye puffiness and dark circles if used as directed.
Dermatopin claims that their product has all the ingredients in the right amounts to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and eliminate under the eye puffiness and dark circles if used as directed.
It states that Dermatopin has 5% concentrations of eyeseryl, pepla tight and Vitamin C. While there is a place to check the other ingredients that this product contains on the website, clicking on it only revealed added information on the three ingredients listed.
However, other Dermatopin reviews stated that this product contains 10 ingredients, though nowhere does there seem to be an actual list of ingredients.
If each of the 10 ingredients is all at 5% concentration then the ingredients this product is said to have ads up to 50%. This indicates that there is either more of some of the unknown ingredients or that there are more ingredients than the reviews suggest.
Currently, savvy consumers want to know exactly what a product contains before purchasing it. Products that do not openly list their ingredients are viewed with suspicion and many times avoided. Such may be the case with this product as unbiased reviews seem few and far between.
While the three ingredients listed are all great for helping aged eyes look younger there is some concern whether or not that Dermatopin can live up to its claims of ridding consumers of their dark circles.
Research has shown that there are many different causes of dark circles under the eyes, including allergies and heredity. Therefore, it is doubtful that any product can rid everyone or even a majority of people of their dark eye circles, which this product claims it can do.
While there are plenty of testimonials on the official site and online reviews to be found stating that Dermatopin is a great product and does what it says it does, there are few unbiased reviews by actual consumers.
This, however, leads one to believe that Dermatopin is either too new to have gained much of a following or it simply does not live up to its claims. In either case, at $50.00 for a month supply most consumers would like to see more unbiased reviews.
While this product does contain some good ingredients, not all the ingredients contained in Dermatopin are readily available for viewing. In addition, it seems to make more claims than any eye product can possibly deliver.
Dematopin may help reduce some of the signs of aging under and around the eyes; there is simply no way of knowing at this time due to the lack of unbiased reviews stating that this product works. For those of you who are looking for an effective anti aging serum for your eyes, you may be better off purchasing a product that has been proven to be effective.