How Much Does the DermaWand Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 15, 2018

The DermaWand, an at-home high  radiofrequency facial wand device, is said to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, requires no surgery or no needles to use.

With over 2.5 million products sold worldwide and known for its appearance on Dr. Oz, the company claims that the product can also help tone and tighten your sagging skin, reduce enlarged pores and even reduce the looks of saggy eyes.

How much does the DermaWand cost?

According to the official website, the company offers two options:  a 30-day risk-free trial, an option where you only pay $14.95 in shipping, or the “pay in full and save” package, which will cost $119.95 plus a shipping and handling fee.

As for the 30-day risk-free trial option, the company allows you to try DermaWand for 30 days for just $14.95 in shipping fees, and after the 30 days expires, the company will charge you $39.95 for three months, plus another $19.95 shipping and handling fee as long as you keep your credit card and account active on file.  However, if you are unhappy with the product for any reasons before the 30 days expire, then you can send the product back to the company to avoid being charged for future billing.

If you wanted to avoid any future billing, then you may want to consider the Amazon option, which was offered via the official company, DermaWand.  At the time of the publishing, for example, it was retailing for $89.99, a $30 savings in comparison to the official website.  The same price range was found on Walmart.com as well.

On eBay, if you do not mind buying slightly used, we were able to find some devices for as little as $45.




What’s included in the price?

Each option includes the DermaWand, a cosmetics bag, DVD and beauty guide, explaining how the device works and what you can do to achieve maximum results, and since the DermaWand is part of the DermaVitál System, your purchase will also include a pre-face treatment, a hydra infusion treatment, hydrating skin mist and hydra support moisturizer.  Do note, however, that while these products come with the device, you do not need to keep purchasing them in order to use the device in the future.  These inclusions will vary and are only as accurate at the time of this publishing.  Do refer to the official website for inclusions with your purchase as they can vary.

How the DermaWand works

The DermaWand, according to the manufacturer, is said to work in the same way a radio frequency machine works, with the major difference relying on the lower amplitude, making it perfect for at-home use.  At 100,000 cycles per second, the device creates a massage-like effect, all while delivering thermal energy and enriched oxygen, which is said to help plump the appearance of your lines and wrinkles, reducing the appearance and size.

The device is the size of a toothbrush and is a corded device, which means you will need to be near an outlet in order to make it work.  When using it for the first time, you will need to remove the bulb cap, turn the dial to the first setting and try the device on the back of your hand to make sure you see no adverse reactions.

The company recommends you use the wand for about three minutes a day, once in the morning and again in the evening.  Doing so may help your skin feeling toned, lifted and tightened for a fraction of the cost in comparison of a professional treatment.

How to use DermaWand

DermaWand reviews – what are people saying?

On ComplaintsBoard.com, all 22 reviewers, at the time of the publishing, gave the device a one out of five rating, but seeing it was a “complaints” website, it’s best to take these reviews with a grain of salt.  However, from glancing at the reviews, most seemed to complain about the billing practices and poor results.

10 reviewers on Realself.com gave the DermaWand a “60%” worth it rating, with those who recommended stating they saw results as long as the instructions were followed, whereas the poor reviews, like ComplaintsBoard, talked about the billing practices.

In the end, aside from the billing practices, which, if you read the fine print, can avoid the overcharging, many, who talked highly of it, stated you need to follow the instructions and wait until you see desirable results.  So the question is, “Does it really work?”  It depends.

DermaWand side effects

Some side effects have been reported, even though no active ingredients are used with the wand.  Depending on your skin type and how aggressively you use the device, common side effects may include peeling skin, dryness, redness or sensitive skin to the touch.

Tips to know

Always start on the first setting, and once you feel the tingling sensation disappear, then the company recommends you increase the intensity on the dial until you feel comfortable with it.

If you haven’t used the device in a few days, then it could take more than 30 to 60 seconds for the bulb to warm up and glow in order to use it.

Those who have broken capillaries should avoid using the product to further irritate the skin.  Also, those who experience heart problems, have a pacemaker and/or are pregnant should avoid using the device as well.  If concerned, always talk to your doctor for more information.


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