This spot focused, deep wrinkle treatment is designed to be applied to the deepest most established of wrinkles. Originally created to remove the creases in skin caused by repetetive motions such as smiling or raising of eyebrows, DermaExcel 7 is supposed to reduce both the length and depth of more established wrinkles.
Our experience with this product was rather interesting. For many users this solution worked fantastically, reducing wrinkles giving the appearance of a younger face. However, many other users received no benefits at all from this serum. There did not appear to be any logic in skin types that affected results either. Strange, some testers raved about were thoroughly dissapointed. The most alarming fact; however, was the reported instances of skin irritation.
This product is a great value if it works on you. Obviously, the price is rather extensive should you receive zero results or worse, skin irritation. The price of this product is competetive for products that remove wrinkles, the only concern here is that it is a supplemental addition to your skin care routine and must be used with moisturizers and other skin care treatments. Overall the value here is average, however the risk involved is rather large.
At the time of our testing of this product there was no guarantee offered by Jansen Beckett.
We can certainly vouch either way on this one. The product can clearly produce results, but it can also irritate your skin. Overall, we can not recommend this product simply because of the high number of people that did not receive benefits. If you are not concerned about sensitive skin and are willing to take an educated risk, DermaExcel 7 may be for you. In our experience, it just isn’t as good as our Top Rated Wrinkle Cream, and you should exercise caution before spending this kind of money on it.