Derevera is an under eye cream that claims to reduce dark circles and puffiness while increasing under eye circulation and preventing fine lines and wrinkles. According to the official Deravera website this cream has been independently tested at AMA Laboratories and was found to significantly reduce dark circles and bags under the eyes.
How The Product Works
You simply wash and dry your face and then apply Deravera eye serum twice a day and within four weeks you see a significant reduction in both under eye puffiness and dark circles. It also claims that it can prevent fine lines and wrinkles from forming under and around the eye area. This product is so sure of it’s claims that it sells for $64.00 for a one month supply of serum but, offers no money back guarantees and no free trials. You can however, return any unused product within 30 days and get your money back.
The official website does list Deravera’s ingredients and the first thing one will notice is that this product contains a ton of ingredients. In fact, this product is made up of over 50 different ingredients including a proprietary blend that is made up of more ingredients. Some of the ingredients in this product includes water, aloe vera gel, glycerin, green tea extract, sweet almond oil, coconut oil, cocoa seed butter, cucumber, and urea.
A through read of the ingredients makes one feel as though they are putting a vegetable and fruit salad under their eyes with a few extra ingredients thrown in for dressing. However, the real question is does Deravera eye serum really work?
Does Deravera Work?
There are several things that consumers need to look at before deciding if Deravera actually lives up to it’s promises. In this case, a closer look at this companies promises seemed to be in order to clearly understand just what those promises are. First of all, this eye serum does not claim to reduce under eye wrinkles or lines. Instead it states that it prevents them a claim that is extremely difficult to either prove or disapprove, at least in the short term. However, if you have been using this product for several months and see new wrinkles forming then you know that this product does not prevent wrinkles. On the other hand if no new wrinkles appear over time then perhaps it does live up to it’s promises.
However, the AMA clinical study does not address the issue of whether or not this product can indeed prevent wrinkles. It seems to only concern itself with under eye circles and bags and according to what the website states, the study did find this product effective in reducing both dark circles and bags.
The next step is to look at the ingredients that Deravera contains. The concern here is that in most cases when looking at skin care products less is better. In order for any ingredient to work you have to have enough of that ingredient to perform it’s job properly. There is some concern that any product that has over 50 different ingredients may not have enough of any one ingredient to have much of any effect.
That being said there are plenty of testimonials stating that Deravera works and works well. However, there seems to be no independent reviews stating that this is a great or even good product. When you consider that this is a product that has been on the market since 2009 the lack of independent unbiased reviews are another cause for concern.
While this certainly does not mean the Deravera cream does not live up to expectations it also does not prove that it does. One simply does not know. So let’s look at the pros and cons of this product.
- Has independent clinical studies behind it that says it works
- a lot of good testimonials
- The site does list it’s ingredients
- easy to order
- Too many ingredients for comfort
- difficult to find any unbiased Deravera reviews
- no free trial and the money back guarantee is only for unopened product and expires at the exact same time the site says it takes the product to show results which means that you either have to send back the extra bottles prior to knowing for sure if the Deravera works or take the risk of getting stuck paying for a product that doesn’t work.
While there is a clinical trial that says this product does work for some people, the overwhelming amount of ingredients causes some concern. It also causes concern that the manufacturers of Deravera are not willing to stand behind their product by either offering a 100% money back guarantee, a longer trial period or free samples. At the price of almost $65.00 dollars it may be a risk many customers are not willing to take.
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