Based out of Iceland, Isaderma gel advertises you can “discover the arctic secret to looking younger.” It claims to use all natural, highly purified marine enzymes to rejuvenate the skin and decrease the signs of aging. It also claims to have a multitude of uses besides wrinkle care.
Isaderma sells through a number of third party sellers, making possible prices competitive. They seem to use ingredients from Icelandic sea life, which have been known to promote general health and anti-inflammatory benefits.
While the concept of Isaderma is great, it cannot actually be verified. I assume when they talk about sea life, they are basing most of their claims off of fatty acids such as omega 3. These have been proven to improve heart and other bodily health, but they have never been linked to wrinkle or skin care. They do not however provide a full ingredients list, so they could be talking about a wide range of extracts. While third party websites provide competitive prices, they do not provide money back or satisfaction guarantees, which can be highly important for many individuals. The third party websites selling Isaderma also lack any customer reviews or testimonials, good or bad.
Isaderma tries to pull you in by saying that the youthful look of some Icelandic women can be attributed to elements in their environment that have been incorporated into Isaderma. Unfortunately, they skimp on actual information and evidence concerning their ingredients list or anything else. There are plenty of other products with higher levels of credibility.