Collagen is one of the body’s chemicals which break down with age. To revamp the body’s collagen producing cells, Hydroderm uses the “Collagen Infusion Delivery System”, patented by hydroderm. They claim that it injects intact collagen molecules directly into the skin. It also uses a “vyo-serum” to tighten the skin. To achieve these results, hydroderm uses ingredients including collagen, distilled water, synasol, serum protein, purified water, amniotic fluid, placental protein, calfskin extract, hydrolyzed collagen, sodium methylparaben, potassium sorbate, citric acid, and ascorbic acid.
Price: $69.95/2 month supply
The customer testimonials for Hydroderm are widespread across the internet. They also use quite a few disinfectives and antibacterials to keep the skin clean and free of bacteria and other germs. It also uses two forms of collagen, one hydrolyzed, in other words processed to make it more digestible for the body.
While disinfectives and antibacterials are effective for cleansing the skin, a problem occurs when that is basically all the ingredients found in an anti-wrinkle mix. Besides that and two collagen ingredients, I found preservatives as well as amniotic fluid and placental protein. I am still at a loss for why those two ingredients are in anything, let alone a wrinkle cream. In short, hydroderm seems to contain quite a few fillers. When you consider that, it is no wonder they offer a free trial offer. They aren’t spending much money on the product itself. So they can afford to entice the average consumer into a most likely difficult to cancel autoship program they probably won’t want. They also don’t provide the quantity of each ingredient, which tells me the large majority if not all of their cream consists of fillers. In short, they create a $5 product and fool the consumer into buying it for $70.
Hydroderm makes sure to post quite a few positive testimonials around the internet. They also use two types of collagen, but in undisclosed amounts. Other than that, they use a bunch of fillers. They offer a free trial. But free trials always come with a catch, usually you being signed up for an autoship with or without your knowledge. At $69.95 for a two month supply, you can definitely find a better product.