Hydroderm is a well known name in skin care. A Hydroderm vs other skin care products battle.
Hydroderm. Ever heard of it? If you’re interested in skin care and spend a little time online you probably have. Hydroderm offer a range of skin care products, including an anti wrinkle cream.
So we decided to do a head to head, Hydroderm vs other skin care products, including the best skin care products.
Hydroderm fell at the first hurdle we have to report.
We’ve talked a lot about suspect and dangerous ingredients in skin care products. One of those ingredients is a chemical called paraben. There is a range of parabens, and they are used in many mainstream skin care and anti-aging products as a preservative.
We believe very strongly that many of the chemicals used in big brand name skin care products should not be allowed to be in there. That companies should commit to using ingredients in their skin care products that contain only ingredients known to be safe, and nothing else.
Hydroderm use parabens in their products. According to the cosmetic database (cosmeticdatabase.com) there are some paraben chemicals that rate a 7 or an 8 on a scale of 10. The scale is for degree of hazard, and 7 or 8 8 is “high hazard”. Others rate lower, but still worrying.
Hydroderm have not signed the Campaign For Safe Cosmetics compact to use only known safe ingredients in their skin care products.
That ALONE would be enough to warn us off, and should warn anyone else off using Hydroderm skin care products.
However any time spent online will send you running. There are so many complaints about Hydroderm that it’s quite stunning.
They offer a 30 day trial, free. Complaints include many about Hydroderm charging customers credit cards at the end of the trial without warning and without recourse to a refund. Promises of refunds which never arrive, inability to contact anyone at Hydroderm once a problem arises and much much more. Many customers label Hydroderm a scam.
And of course just about all customers report that the product doesn’t work.
So if you’re thinking of trying the 30 day free trial at Hydroderm we would recommend against it, both because their products contain paraben, which may itself cause skin problems, and because of the mass of negative customer feedback.
Hydroderm vs other skin care products? Hydroderm fails on all counts. Which skin care range wins? Xtend Life.Written by - Natural Skin Health