How Much Does DermaSet Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 13, 2018

DermaSet, an anti-aging Argireline cream designed to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and tighten the skin, is manufactured by Hollywood Skin Care and is considered to be an alternative to cosmetic procedures, such as Botox.

Known to be painless and “scientifically formulated,” the cream, as per the company, is said to include ingredients which are able to regenerate aged and damaged skin tissue, restore your skin elasticity, activate the cells responsible for collagen and inhibit enzymes to help reduce collagen production.

How much does DermaSet cost?

According to the official company’s website, they offered three options at the time of this publishing:  a straight sale, which retailed for $179 and included a two-ounce tube, good enough for a two-month supply, a DermaSet x 2, which retailed for $298.95 and included two two-ounce tubes, a four-month supply, and a 30-day trial, which was $4.95 and included one two-month tube, allowing you to try it free for 30 days.  A coupon code was found online, which subtracted another $20 for the total, but this could vary depending on the time of year and promotion options offered.

The same price range was found on Amazon.com as well, but if you did purchase with Amazon, you would not have to worry about any autopayments in the future and could receive your shipment in less than two days with a Prime account.

The last option, the 30-day trial option, if purchased from the website, however, was available for first-time customers only, and if you did decide to keep the product after the 30-day trial period, then the company, as per the fine print, would bill you for the full amount at $179.  However, if you were unpleased with the results, then you can send back your trial within 30 days of purchase and you will receive a full refund.

Do keep in mind, however, that the free-trial service will sign you up for the replenishment service, which will auto bill you every 60 days at $139 until you cancel.

DermaSet ingredients

Apple Stem Cells: An ingredient known to help increase your skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles, fine lines and promote an overall young complexion.

Argireline Extract:  Considered an alternative to Botox.

BV-OSC®:  An active form of Vitamin C, this antioxidant is said to clarify the skin and reduce age spots.

CHROMABRIGHT®:  A synthetic molecule used to help brighten the skin.

DERMAXYL®:  Synthetic peptide which is able to repair skin damage and stimulate cell regeneration.

Edelweiss Stem Cells:  Extracted from the Edelweiss flower, these stem cells are said to help reduce inflammation.

Hyaluronic Acid:  Said to help reduce fine line and tone the skin.

MATRIXYL®:  Said to help rejuvenate the skin by stimulating the collagen and fibronectin molecules.

Phytoceramides:  A plant-based molecule that can help retain moisture, helping keep the skin looking “plump.”

Sea Fennel Stem Cells:  Promotes natural skin lightening and smoothing as it contains organic, bio-marine properties

Are there side effects?

Since the product contains no harsh chemicals or Artifical ingredients, no adverse side effects were noted; however, in comparison to other products with similar ingredients, you may expierence mild redness and/or irritation at the application site, especially for those who have sensitive skin.

to use DermaSet

According to the company, for the best results, you will want to apply DermaSet at least twice a day, generally once in the morning and before going to bed.  After applying, always cleanse your neck and face with a mild cleanser and pat dry.

To use, apply a small amount of cream onto the tip of your fingers and apply it to your face, eye and neck area.  As the cream is concentrated, the company only recommends you apply in a light area as this will still be effective and is all that is required.

One tube, as long as you use as directed, should last about two months.  To preserve DermaSet, always seal the tube immediately after each use after dispensing the emulsion and store in a location away from any extreme cold or heat.

DermaSet anti-aging cream reviews

On the company’s BBB page, the company had an “NR” rating, with 17 positive reviews and 6 negative reviews.  Most of the negative reviews talked about the billing practices, but this could be avoided if the fine print was read, while the positive reviews talked about great the product work, the customer service and the results in as little as three months.

With more than 115 reviews, Amazon customers gave the product a 3 out of five rating, with some stating it wasn’t worth it because it made their skin feel dry, while others, who posted a positive review, did note it made their skin feel firm, with some even noting their fine lines reduced.  Most of the recent reviews, however, were one-star ratings, with most stating it didn’t work in general.

Other reviewers, from multiple review websites, were mixed, ranging from very satisfied to those who didn’t see any results and felt ripped off.  Most of the negative reviews, like the BBB page, came from the billing practices, with most noting that they were charged after the free trial; however, according to the fine print, you could cancel your autopay and will not have to worry about it.  Another common complaint was that it simply didn’t work, but again, this can vary from person to person.  As for the positive reviews, some were pleased with how the cream was able to get rid of their age spots, while some said they noticed a slight reduction in their wrinkles.


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