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Described as being “worth its weight in gold”, Dermalactives is positioned as a luxury anti aging range. Known as Dermalactives Illuminating 24K Gold Fusion Mask, it is claimed that daily use of this product “diminishes fine lines and wrinkles and helps regulate sun and age spots, while firming and illuminating the skin with a beautiful glow.” One drawback, however, Dermalactives is worth its weight in gold. The product costs an astonishing $1,1000 – making Dermalactives one of the most expensive products on the planet.

You may look in the mirror and notice a line here or there that you wish would erase. Or you may notice more dramatic changes to your face as you age and want to go back in time. Either way, you might find Dermalactives’s marketing proposition attractive. After all, who doesnt want “overall renewal and a youthful firmness”. Skin care products these days might promise the whole world, but do they really work. We put Dermalactives to the test to find out how it performs. It might not come as a surprise but gold does nothing for the skin. So lets take a closer look at the other ingredients in Dermalactives skin care products:  Argireline (Acetyl hexapeptide-3 ), Solluble Collagen, Aloe, Omega 3, and vitamins C, E & A. These very same ingredients are found in skin care products one hundredth the cost of Dermalactives. Yes, thats right, one hundredth the cost. Unfortunately for those seeking to maintain their smooth skin or reverse aging, Dermalactives might just be as good as $10 moisturizers from Walmart. In fact, numerous clinical studies have suggested that cheaper products that contain Argireline have proven to be more effective than their more expensive relatives.

The Dermalactives skin care range includes Dermalactives Age Defying Cream, Dermalactives Age Defying Serum, Dermalactives Age Defying Thermal Heating Mask, Dermalactives Eye Cream, Dermalactives Face Peel, Dermalactives Illuminating Gold Fusion Mask, Dermalactives Lifting Solution, Dermalactives Purifying Cleansing and Toner Gel and Dermalactives Tiple Power. Products are priced from $95 and go up to $1,100. Dermalactives products are also available in collections, including Dermalactives Age Defying Thermal Collection, Dermalactives Eye Lifting Set, Dermalactives Illuminating Gold Fusion Set and Dermalactives Premium Skin Care Collection.

Consumer Reviews: We compiled “Dermalactives Reviews” from various other review sites and noticed that consumers were mostly displayed with their Dermalactives product. Moreover, their were a large percentage of negative reviews from consumers dissatisfied their sales tactics at shopping mall kiosks,

Dermalactives products are not available for purchase at department stores, drugstores, supermarkets or any other traditional retailer. Dermalactives products can also be purchased kiosks. Unfortunetly, we do not have a full list of where these are but are told they are in many national shopping malls.

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  1. Joanne

    We were in Vegas recently and my husband and I both tried the stuff that will reduce puffiness under the eyes. The difference was incredible and instant. We said we wanted to think about it first. She offered us a discount, but we were in a hurry to meet people so we left. Our friends couldn’t believe the difference, so I did go back but it was closed. The next day however underneath the eyes were sagging, puffy and very itchy. This lasted for three days. This didn’t happen to my husband. A ccouple days later, we were again approached from a different location and I showed him my eyes, he said he had hypoallergenic products now. Just wondering about this. Anyone else experience this

  2. Rose

    Run! Don’t walk away! I was a fool. I got sucked into buying 400 dollars worth of product (3) that started out as being 1200.00. Hello! Warning sign! I only wanted 1 product but was pushed into getting all 3 at a kiosk in California for a “special discount, just for me.” Kudos to the sales girl she got me on one of those “day dreaming” walk through the mall days. Afterwards, I allowed myself to be ushered into a “spa” that had this “very important manager/owner” who would give me a consultation if “he had time for me.” Where the magic of a face lift could be mine in 3 products for 5,000.00. Two hours later and he’s negotiating 5,000.00 worth of product down to 600.00. Again, warning bells! This time I didn’t fall for it because I was already feeling buyers remorse over the 400.00 I just purchased. I left feeling drained and ugly. The “honesty” he dished out was brutal. A 38 year old man telling a 47 yr old woman she looks to be in her 50’s is a bit harsh even on the best of days! It all felt scripted by both the sales lady and the “manager.” Frankly, it was one one most bizarre experiences of my life. The product I purchase seems fine but I was told to use them only once a week and this again sends warning bells! Regardless, 400.00 for 3 products is ridiculous and frivolous. I keep thinking I could have given that money to any number of charities. I actually just feel ashamed. Don’t get sucked in like I did. Go buy lunch for your coworkers, feed the homeless, save some dogs, go to Disneyland with your family. This was a waste…

    • Vicki Copas

      I got sucked into $100 worth of product down from 500$.. All I was doing was exchanging a bra with my daughter and the guy sucked me in.. I left pissed at myself because I could have spread that $100 on much more! Their sales tactics are good. He got some 17 year old guy after he got me.. I like the product. Hate the price.. There has to be something more affordable out there. I am so scared I am going to have an allergic reaction to it.. so I will see what happens…

  3. Gina

    I got sucked in by a nice guy named Ryan-got the eye serum for puffy eyes and face peel. But then he shuffled me off to a weird guy named Luis-supposed big wig in skin care-NOT! Narcissistic and had a weird looking suit on. Has no certification in any skin care profession. Ridiculous! Was rude to me when I declined his “deal”. Ruined my entire impression of the company-terrible sales tactics. Young man Luis has no idea how many contacts and friends I have who can afford that crap-I’ll be sure to warn them all!! Good luck Dermalactives-your EQ sucks and so do you!!

  4. Barbara

    Purchased Dermalactives eye cream and Advanced Collagen Solution from a very high pressure salesperson in Las Vegas. The eye cream pump dispenser either does not work or spits out a huge glob at once which is a such a waste. Have constant trouble with it.
    I feel as though my undereye wrinkles have actually worsened with the use of these very expensive products. Never again will I allow myself to be sucked into something like this. I’ve learned my lesson.

  5. Karen W

    RUN don’t walk away from these sales people. They all have the same script. Scammers!!! They make you feel old and wrinkly. I was just in Vegas and had them giving out free samples every few feet. Aggressive and sometimes very rude. One guy came up to me and asked me how long I have has sinus problems. If you read the ingredients on all the sample packets you will notice the first ingredient is aqua (water) and they all have alcohol and chemicals you can’t pronounce. No thanks, I got samples with 5 different names on the label. The are all alike! Stick with your drug store brand and save your money. On there spare time they sell time shares and swamp land!

  6. Jean

    My friend got sucked into Skin 415 in San Francisco. It was like being at a smoke and mirrors timeshare presentation. Guy told us his product was worth 40K but today, for you, 5K! He treated his sweet assistant like shit, and asked us if we would be promotors for him. He needed five. He told us he only asked the beautiful ladies, not the ugly ones. Who is he to decide that? I could not wait to get out of there! I considered taking the product back, but didn’t want the hassle from this weasel!!!!!

  7. Dana

    Was pressured into a sales at a kiosk in a mall. Woman took my credit card and then rang up three products, not just the one I agreed to. When I demanded a refund, I was told that they could not do refunds until a manager was present. This was a later date at 11 in the morning when I could not be there. I ended up spending more then 350$ worth of product I didn’t want. Worst experience ever.

  8. John Stewart

    I was in Las Vegas walking through fashion show mall. I was stopped by a very aggressive sales lady who convinced me to try the eye lifting stuff. I am skeptical by nature but the results she showed me were amazing. She asked for $540 for eye cream and eye serum. I literally jumped out of my seat. She then proceeded to give me a discount or more gifted but by that time I already locked up and was not open to any further negotiation. As I was walking by I noticed the results again, her boss was around and he promised to give me a great deal. I needed up paying half of the asked price and got the scrub for free. Amazing how their sales tactics work. If I didn’t walk away I would have paid $100 more and got less value for my money.

  9. Linda Nilson

    Hi there, my name is Linda Nilson and i’m 40 years old. I recently used a Dermalactives product Age defying serum by chance. My skin has some wrinkles on my face and I was worried about them, but not sure what might be proper product to treat them. I went to a mall and see there were some sale representatives showing cosmetic anti aging products. I talked to them about anything effective for wrinkles. They told me about many products with different benefits. All products were same company named dermalactives. But I was not much impressed as I know these tactics, anyhow i took risk and bought it age defying serum. After using it I got a good experience. I sooner feel my skin more glowing and younger. I would highly recommend this product

  10. Linda Nilson

    Hi there, my name is Linda Nilson and i’m 40 years old. I recently used a Dermalactives product Age defying serum by chance. My skin has some wrinkles on my face and I was worried about them, but not sure what might be proper product to treat them. I went to a mall and see there were some sale representatives showing cosmetic anti aging products. I talked to them about anything effective for wrinkles. They told me about many products with different benefits. All products were same company named dermalactives. But I was not much impressed as I know these tactics, anyhow i took risk and bought it age defying serum. After using it I got a good experience. I sooner feel my skin more glowing and younger. I would highly recommend this product.

  11. Kelly Leon

    the product’s are just fine finally after all this years that I used Channel I am very happy I was in the mall and a guy named
    Ron he was very kind and nice the personal service that he gave me was impressive .
    showed me the eye and face stuff and a mask I bought for a 1000 a 2 year supply.
    very recommended.

  12. Lea

    While I was in Las Vegas, I too got sucked into a Kiosk. The female representative first placed the lotion on my hand and began to rub it in, to show me how it works. Then she quickly got a male representative to take over and she disappeared. It was amazing to me that hours later, I noticed my ring missing. No one else had contact with my hand my entire time in Las Vegas.

  13. Sakamel

    The product works pretty well, especially the body scrub, the body butter, the facial peel and the thermal set. I tried them at fashion show and they made a huge difference that I could feel. BUT the price is way too much at least for my small budget. I had to sacrifice some of my gambling money to get the thermal set and the sales person gave me the scrub, the butter and the facial peel free. He also gave me 50% off from the web prices which are ridiculous to say the least. Moral of the story: ask for discounts at the kiosk and they will give them to you.

  14. Steven

    MY wife recently returned from a trip to Vegas, where she encountered Justin, a sales rep for Dermalactives. She was lured in by his sales pitch, and she did purchase the Dermalactives product. However, Justin’s business ethics leave a LOT to be desired. He wasn’t pushy, but he did tell her that he was “in love with her”, wanter her to divorce me and go with him to Jerusalem. I find these tactics HIGLY offensive and insulting. If this is how Justin chooses to do business, than I recommend that he find another line of work and Dermalactives needs to dismiss him as a representative. She did receive a LOT of free product because Justin wanted her to marry him. :-/ To the tune of $8,000 worth (plus another product that was not in the Dermalactives line).,

    Beware of Justin, who has a kiosk (or the spa) at the Stratosphere in Vegas.

    I’m sure that Dermalactives is a good product (if not expensive), but for a company rep to hit on a customer is just WRONG.

    BTW, I did not accompany my wife on this trip.

  15. lauren

    I got sucked into a kiosk by a pushy saleswoman the other night while I was in the forum shops in las Vegas. She put the mask on my face and basically held me there trying to get me to buy the products for $950! Sorry but I work for a company that sells skincare and body care products including salt scrubs I know how much this stuff costs to make and it’s nowhere near what they want for their products (i understand they need to make money but the margins on this stuff must be huge totally rip off) I ended up having to get my husband to call me to get me out of there. Not to mention the saleswoman tried to tell me she was a dermatologist. ha! Plus the stuff she put on my face did nothing for me, she claimed it would clear up my rosacea ( which was just a flush on my cheeks from walking around in the sun all day.) Pretty sure i was too nice about it, I should have just walked away immediately. I did outright tell her i couldn’t afford it but she continued to push by telling me to treat myself. No way. If i want to do that I’ll buy products from my work for a fraction of the price that smell way better.

  16. ayanna starr

    Last week, me and my girls, 16 yrs and 20 months, went shopping at this particular mall going to banana republic. I couldn’t find it so I stopped and asked this one lady at this store where was it because stores move all the time. She told they were no longer there. So she asked me if she could show me something and I was like sure why not. I had time since my stire was gone. But I wasn’t buying anything. So she shows me ther products. I was amazed. She kept talking and showing and all I could think of was how much. I let her finish. Then I asked. She said that the large products were usually 399 but she would let me have it for 199. Not bad but I just shopped over 500 bucks in clothes and shoes. So, nope not this time. It was the large facial peel, toner, moisturizer, and foam soap. When she saw that I was reluctant she sashaid she would give me her discount. Ok lets se what that is. So she goes to the counter, I give my teenager this uh huh whatever look. She comes back and says not to say anything and that she didn’t want her boss to know what she was doing and she shows me on the calculationsor 180. What that’s no discount. I asked what if I took off the foam and be left with 3 products she said 178. That’s nothing. So I asked well what about the facial peel alone. She said 45. I thought on it but it didn’t make since to get only that and I use my moisturizer at home on top of that. So I told the lady it didn’t make since to get only one thing. I was wanting my daughter to have her own as well. In my head I was thinking 150 for all 4 products. She started to get mad and putting up stuff. The mall had closed like15 minutes ago. So at this point I knew I did the right thing. I asked for her card in case I changed my mind I would come back to her. She got mad about knowing I wasn’t gonna do anything with it. I started laughing with my daughter and shaking my head. she acted like a car salesman. Why is she getting mad? She pulled me into the store when I was looking for another. She put all those products on my hand and my face. Don’t get mad because I didn’t buy. I know nothing about this product. Never heard of it so how do I know if it’s really that good. I had to do my research. I’ve learned from my husband not to buy the 1st time. To shop around and wait. I honestly believe that it’s a great product line but I wasn’t going to spend 200 bucks on a product ive never heard of. Plus the sales lady needs to work on being told no.

  17. Aly

    This product is amazing! I bought the Purifying Triple Power Collagen Facial Peel & Collagen Moisturizer for $90.00. And than I got 2 free extra products. The price is totally worth for the results I am getting. I’ve only purchased these products about a week ago and I already see results! I recommend these products!

  18. Anonymous

    I was walking in Vegas at the fashion show mall and stopped by the kiosk.
    I tried so many products in wallmart cvs Macy’s neiman etc and nothing is working only this amazing product, the eye lifting solution. I spent more then 1000 $ and I’m ordering every year.
    People must try it!!

  19. vicky

    We dont do returns because we work on commission , so if somebody comes and brings the product back its like giving a candy to a kid and take it back , its difficult to work based on commission and if we sometimes get pushy its because this is our job and this is how we provide for the family , its nothing personal… but I wouldn’t sell a product that I dont believe is good , and I wouldn’t make my mom and friends use it , either myself , specially with my sencitive skin. I strongly recommend it, and its not that high because u can always work out the price … some of my costumers are even 17,18 who make $8 an hour! But they well know the worth !

  20. Terry Griffin

    I was pulled in at a Kiosk at the Fashion Mall in Las Vegas….he ran his shpiel, we talked him down and ended up getting a salt scrub and body butter for $70 each, which I still thought was over priced. Then he showed me the under eye cream and it had immediate amazing results since I am very puffy under my eyes. It tightened without leaving a crusty edge and lasted a good long time. It was worth the price and yes, I bargained with him until it was way less than the asking price. Just stand your guns at the Kiosks and they will ultimately get to your range, although the high end of mine. For buying the eye cream my friend got an extra salt scrub…

  21. Victor

    I was in the Premium Outlet at Las Vegas Blvd South when I was approached by one their sales person, I was given the the test but I was not in pressed by product or their overpriced products. Well, that was when the sale man got personal and insulting.
    Further more, he started showing me copy of sales receipts from the day sale, like if I really care how many sucker he scammed that they.
    Tourist shop big at this mall or should I say suckered because if you bottle urine and labeled as holy water their are suckered that will pay any amount of money for it.
    People without doing their researchs get sucked at the mall everyday and that is not tourists only.
    As your dermatologist for what products you should use and they will send you to Walmart because you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars to keep looking good, just take you body and eat well.
    My wife is 55 years old but alway getting complements on how she looks in her late 20th’s but that takes commitment.

    She is not one to be out on the sun without proper protection, eat proper, gets her 8 hours sleep, workout and drinks plenty water .

  22. Marky

    Stopped by a kiosk with my girlfriend in Planet Hollywood mall in Vegas. She wanted to try the Facial Peel and ended up buying it along with the Cleansing Gel & Toner, and the Triple Power Moisturizer. I told her not to spend more than $200 on these product, the sales man overheard us and gave her the set, plus a Body Butter and Salt Scrub for $175. I wasn’t sure if this was a smart buy on our part but she seem to like Dermalactives’ products. They’re starting to grow on me, I’ve started using her body butter and moisturizer when she’s not around.

  23. Lala

    I’m 49 and have a turkey neck pouch just below my chin which bothers me more than any wrinkles. I bought the Illuminating 24k gold fusion mask as that is what the salesman recommended most for sagging skin. I have to say the results have been much better than I expected. My pouch is much smaller and my skin is much smoother and less red and lined. No, it is not as tight as when I was 18 but then again I’m not as thin as I was at 18 so I suspect some of it is fat. I think it was worth the price considering the alternative price and risks of a surgical neck lift. Plus, it’s a 2 year supply.

  24. chris

    I wasn’t going to bite on the facial peel for $120. She went down to $39….She was going to give me the entire product line for $350 but I was never interested in it in the first place but I liked what the face peel did. She dropped from $120 to $79 and I said no so she went to $39. I probably could have gotten it cheaper…..Lesson here, never pay full price when someone pulls you in like they do

  25. Kelly T.

    I LOVE Dermalactives! Yes, it cost me an arm and leg but my face and body feels and looks great.
    I’m not a big fan of the way the kiosk sales people work their way into pockets (Which has nothing to do with Dermalactives itself since Dermalactives does not own the kiosks. They’re run by other companies, just fyi) but I like the Facial Peel, Body Butter and Salt Scrub. No, I LOVE the Salt Scrub. I believe they have two scents, I only tried the “Wild Flower” one and LOVE IT!
    I feel there needs to be more body products.
    Overall Dermalactives products are okay with me. If you don’t like Dermalactives you probably didn’t try there Body Butter and Salt Scrub. TRY IT

  26. Susan

    Bought this product in las Vegas at fashio mall and I am so happy I did! Works great! Yes it is expensive, but so is Clinique at Dillard’s! You can actually see results with a few treatments of dermalactives. I returned home from Vegas and called fashion mall to have gold facial mask shipped to me free! There are pros and cons to everything. I would fly back to Vegas just to purchase this! Love it and love the results!!

  27. Diane

    This is the best products I have ever used. Yes, it was expensive but I have never had such nice skin. I have been using it for a week and everyone comments on how nice my skin is. You use so little that it will last for at least a year. You will not be sorry if you buy the products.

  28. lola

    Today at the mall a man stopped me and showed me some of his products. I liked the face peel but he wanted to sell it to me for 120 bucks. I kept saying that I was a student and didnt have that much money on me, ended up taking it for 29 bucks and an extra lotion for free. I dont know if it was worth it, but I guess he got me.

    • Petra

      The deal you got was awesome. Did you know that the face peel is regularly priced at $159.00. The guy i bought mine from showed me the website with the prices. so going into the mall gets you the deals. buying online is way too expensive. I paid $130 for three products. I was sold on the facial peel.

  29. Su

    Just say no. Don’t get taken in for more money than any of these products can possibly be worth like I did. The salespeople are smooth talkers and can sell ice to eskimos. Walk away fast. I just wish I had seen some of these reviews before handing over $300. They don’t do refunds even if you haven’t opened a single bottle and all seals are intact.

  30. Abby

    I saw Dermalactives at the mall and they tried very hard to sell me their range.
    When I saw the price, I walked off without even saying thank you.
    The prices are just too much for a cream.

  31. Angela

    I was at the mall today and the man at the kiosks lured me over. He went through his whole sales pitch even saying how his boss, the owner was there making sure he was doing a good job. Okay, I didn’t fall for it for one minute. He did the salt scrub on my hands, the skin peel on my arm, the mud mask for necks on the top of my hand (with the cool magnet trick) and the under eye cream. Out of all of the products, I did find the eye cream the most interesting. He tried to sell it to me for $250, I said no. Then he offered to give me two other items along with the eye cream for $250. Again I said no. He kept lowering the price and I continued to say no. When I began walking away he stopped me again and then offered me the eye cream for $75. I told him that there was no way I was going to purchase such an expensive product without doing my fair share of research first. He then let me walk away. It was worse than being at a car dealership. Now a couple of hours later, I see nothing different from the products except that where they were applied the skin feels sticky….I am happily going to stay with my current skin care products. After reading other reviews I have concluded that my decision to say no over and over again was a wise one indeed.

  32. Stella

    These products have a very watery feeling which makes me question if it really is worth the high prices. I find it strange that Dermalactives does not offer a money back guarantee. If they had good products worth the price they would offer guarantees.

  33. Yale

    Why did I choose to try Dermalactives? The girl at the counter was very convincing and offered me a substantial discount. I also did not feel I could say no. I will be much tougher in future. I cannot see any difference in my face after using this product for almost 8 months. Last time I pay ridiculous amounts of money for skin care.

  34. christine

    i was suckered into a kiosk but I was amazed at what the product could do. The gold mask lifted my sagging neck significantly and continues to hold a week later. The lines around my eyes almost disappeared on the first treatment. I did end up buying the eye treatment for $250 but they threw in salt scrub, body butter and face peel for free. When I looked online the eye stuff alone was selling for $590.
    Yes it is expensive and I haven’t tried the other products mentioned here but I did not know these results were possible without surgery.

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