About Dermaliere

Dermaliere claims to be a clinically proven anti-aging serum that can diminish your wrinkles, repair and smooth your skin, counter the aging effects of stress, and help you look up to 10 years younger. On top of this, Dermaliere anti-aging serum is claimed to promote collagen production, improve skin firmness, and replenish vitamins and antioxidants.

In order to accomplish this, Dermaliere’s manufacturer claims it contains scientifically advanced, patented ingredients, such as face firming peptides, that have been clinically shown to provide an 85% decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 73% decrease in the appearance of dark circles.

Because of these benefits, Dermaliere claims to be an “injection-free solution to younger looking skin” that’s better than Botox.

While all of this certainly sounds great, but is Dermaliere Cream all it’s cracked up to be? Will it “reverse the aging process at the cellular level,” or just put your bank account in the negative? Consider the following:

The Dermaliere/Free Trial Connection

Most importantly, Dermaliere is part of an ever-growing segment of anti-aging products sold only through free trials, which is something we covered in our Exposing the Widespread Scam of Anti-Aging Products & Free Trials article.

Anytime you encounter an anti-aging product sold only through a free trial, your scam radar should be up and running.

We’ll talk about the details of Dermaliere’s free trial in a moment, and you can read the article above at your leisure, although it’s important to mention that anytime you encounter an anti-aging product sold only through a free trial, your scam radar should be up and running.

Is Dermaliere Anti-Aging Serum Clinically Proven?

According to the product’s website, Dermaliere is clinically proven to provide an 85% decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, a 95% increase in collagen production, and a 73% decrease in the appearance of dark circles.

However, the manufacturer doesn’t provide any proof or references to back these claims up, which is interesting, considering how far this would go toward convincing others to buy Dermaliere. As such, it’s our opinion that these statistics are either grossly exaggerated or completely made up.

Screenshot of Dermaliere's websiteIn our opinion, these numbers shown on the Dermaliere website are not based in reality.

Is Dermaliere’s Ingredients Effective for Anti-Aging?

Ok, so if Dermaliere Cream isn’t clinically proven, what about the ingredients it contains? 

Here again, the manufacturer leaves us guessing, since no ingredients are listed on the product’s website, other than claiming it contains a “face firming peptide,” which is so vague as to essentially be useless.

Marketing Tactics Used by Dermaliere Cream

Likely because the manufacturer understands that Dermaliere’s ingredients aren’t effective for anti-aging, they resort to some less-than-stellar marketing practices to convince you to buy, such as claiming that the product as appeared in a variety of popular publications and networks.

However, there was no third-party confirmation of these media appearances at the time of our research. As such, it’s our opinion that these claims are false.

Screenshot of Dermaliere's websiteThere is no third-party evidence showing that Dermaliere has appeared in any of these publications or networks.

Additionally, Dermaliere’s manufacturer claims it’s an “amazing new Hollywood secret” and that it’s “Hollywood’s best kept secret.” Here again though, there is no confirmation for these claims elsewhere online, so it’s our opinion that they’re simply marketing hype.

Dermaliere’s Arbitration Agreement

Finally, keep in mind that once you place your order for Dermaliere Cream, you’ll be immediately bound to an arbitration agreement. Among other things, this means you won’t be able to go through a trial by jury or join a class action lawsuit if you experience any damages.

The Link Between Dermaliere & Fake Online Reviews

Like many of the most popular anti-aging products we’ve reviewed here at HighYa, Dermaliere is only marketed and advertised through a network of independent affiliates, each of whom create websites for their products, and then earn a commission for each sale they refer. As such, affiliates will often create fake review websites that are intended to mislead instead of inform.

An example of a fake review websiteAn example of a fake review website.

Other than these, there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews for Dermaliere Cream at the time of our research, and the manufacturer wasn’t listed with the Better Business Bureau.

However, Dermaliere’s website is nearly identical—both in design and text—to many other trial-based anti-aging products we’ve reviewed, including Dermallure, BellaVita Anti-Aging Serum, Lumanelle Luma Repair, and many more.

Among dozens of HighYa reader reviews for these products, they have an average rating of 1.5 stars, with common complaints citing failure to work, high price, and difficulty cancelling trials/autoship programs. And based on our experience, it’s likely that you can expect to experience much of the same with Dermaliere Cream.

Dermaliere Pricing & Refund Policy

Dermaliere Anti-Aging Serum is only sold through a 14-day trial, which is priced at $4.95 to cover S&H charges. For this price, you’ll receive a full 30-day supply of the product.

After your trial expires (which begins on the date your order is placed), you’ll be billed $79 for the full price of the product, and will also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program. As such, you’ll receive a 30-day supply of Dermaliere once per month, and your credit card will be billed $79 each time.

Outside of the trial, Dermaliere comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. In order to request a refund, cancel your trial, or put an end to your automatic shipments, you’ll need to contact customer service at (800) 270-3073.

Is Dermaliere Cream Your Solution for Looking Younger?

Chopping to the point: Considering Dermaliere’s:

  • Lack of clinical evidence,
  • Lack of ingredients list or product label,
  • Less-than-stellar marketing tactics
  • Close similarity to several other anti-aging products we’ve reviewed,
  • High price, and
  • The fact it’s only sold through a free trial,

… leads us to believe than Dermaliere Anti-Aging Serum is a scam and should be avoided.

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4 Customer Reviews for Dermaliere

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  • AWFUL

    • KY,
    • Nov 17, 2015

    My husband was offered this as a free sample from out internet company. After being charged the first $89.95 plus random fees under a dollar, we could not figure out where it came from. They never emailed us. After the second fee came, I called a number and canceled it and was told I would have to return the second one that had been shipped out to get a refund. Now any number I try does not work and becomes busy.

    And I was just charged $90 for a teeth whitening item that I never ordered on the same card in the next month. They have no account on file for me and its going to be hard to get my money back. I've canceled the card, and am pissed.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Not worth the price.

    Same thing happened to me as to others. I found this item through a "freebie" from an insurance site I believe (offering several different items) and I chose this one. As soon as I ordered it (free trial), they tried to bill me, but I did not have the money in my account. I spoke to them and told them I did not want it and not to bill me. Well as long as there was no money in that particular account I was okay. But then there was money in that account and they grabbed their $89.00. I spoke to my bank and they are going to dispute that charge. In the meantime the bank and I have tried a couple of their phone numbers and there is no connection (it either rings once and goes busy signal, or just goes to busy signal) and these are two different numbers. Call you bank, you may be able to do a dispute too. Try it. Strangely, the stuff does seem to make my face look better, my under eye bags are virtually gone, but not worth the price when food or medical help is needed first and foremost.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Dermaliere trial

    • Woodbridge, VA,
    • Oct 18, 2015

    BEWARE! There are terms and conditions when you accept your trial that they are careful not to tell you about - they are on a separate link. I was billed 89.95 for 1 ounce of the stuff before I even got a chance to use it, so don't even know if it works. I didn't even get the 14 days to cancel (that I didn't even know about). I completed a survey and was told it was a free sample. It might work but just be careful if you can't afford the $90, now I have to cut back on groceries or meds for the month to pay for it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Oct 20, 2015

      HighYa Team

      Hi Susan,

      It really upsets us to hear that you have to cut back on groceries or meds because you felt victim to this free trial scam. Consider getting your bank involved, they might be able to reverse the charges. Please read this article to learn how.

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  • 4 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Dermaliere and Lorella

    • BFE,
    • Aug 30, 2015

    This is an absolute rip off and scam. They suck you in with a free sample, then automatically charge your credit card $82.95 plus shipping for a month supply and just send it to you. Then they will not refund your shipping and you have to pay the shipping to send it back. Once you send it back, you have to call them again to get them to process the refund.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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