Marketed toward middle aged to older women, Dermectin provides a line of anti-wrinkle treatments out of Los Angeles, California. Puretek Corporation claims their products are outstanding and nutritional. They provide products in 4 groups: wrinkle care, sun care, facial care, and scar treatment. Their main ingredient is called Dermectin Peptide Complex, designed to increase the skin turnover rate as many collagen boosters.
Dermectin can be purchased through a number of stores, giving it a wide distribution. They also claim their products are dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic for users sensitive to most products. They also provide a number of before and after pictures, as well as some clinical studies conducted on some Dermectin products.
While there are before and after pictures on the Dermectin websites, there are no customer testimonials to accompany them, let alone any customer testimonials or reviews at all. Dermectin may be hypoallergenic, but some of the ingredients included can aggravate some individuals. They use one major ingredient, but the rest of the ingredients are antioxidants, moisturizers, and enzymes, not proven anti-wrinkle or anti-aging ingredients. They do not provide a money back or satisfaction guarantee at all, nor do they provide a full ingredient list. The company remains a question mark in terms of the information provided on the website, and they do not sell products through the official website or through third party sellers on the internet. The website is relatively uninformative in general.
The fact that Dermectin is sold through a number of popular drug stores is not reassuring as to its efficacy. For the most part, it is the cheap and undependable products mainly sold through those venues. It also ensures you will not have a money back guarantee among other things. Moreover, Dermectin only seems to use one anti wrinkle ingredient, and provides no full ingredient list. Dermectin is questionable at best, but I wouldn’t waste my money.