Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum Overview
One thing you notice after being a skincare product junkie for years is that while lots of products are just middle of the road in terms of customer reaction, some products bring out the love-it-or-hate-it response in everyone. Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum falls into that second category. Its stated purposes are to firm and plump skin, renew the collagen production process, fade dark spots, clear blemishes, minimize pores, and reduce lines and wrinkles. According to that list, I’d say there’s very little this stuff doesn’t do for your skin. So the next thing we look at is the formula to see if the product has a chance of success.
Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum is described as a thin, watery serum with a slightly green color and menthol smell. The main ingredients are:
- Peptides to stimulate collagen production.
- Glycerin for skin-identical hydration.
- Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, and Salicylic Acid for exfoliating the skin which sloughs off the outer layer and encourages new skin cells to regenerate.
- Kojic Acid, Arbutin, and Hydroquinone for lightening and brightening the skin.
- Resveratrol for antioxidant protection
- Menthol for enabling the other active ingredients to penetrate and work better.
Instructions are to apply Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum at night after cleansing and before moisturizing. This allows skin to repair itself at night while the body is resting.
Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum Reviews
The first thing we noticed about Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum is that the reviews are all over the map. Plenty of women say this is the most important step in their beauty routine. They say it makes their skin smooth, plump, and glowing. Then there’s the exact opposite perspective. They say it stinks and makes them break out. So who do you believe? Well all of them, actually. You have to know that different skin responds differently to different products and ingredients.
Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum Pros and Cons
Advantages of Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum
- Some reviewers absolutely swear by it.
- It contains several good exfoliant and skin lightening ingredients.
Disadvantages of Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum
- It’s pretty expensive.
- The watery texture makes it difficult to get just the right amount without wasting.
- Lots of reviewers say it smells horrible and makes them break out.
- Alcohol is the second ingredient on the list which means there’s a lot of it. Alcohol is drying and can be irritating to skin.
Where to Buy
You can find Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum online at the Dr. Denese website or a few other retailers. The one ounce bottle sells for $64.
The alcohol content is problematic, but the positive reviews are really glowing, making this a really tough one to call. I would definitely not recommend Dr. Denese Cellular Firming Serum for anyone with sensitive skin. And unless you have $64 to possibly throw away on something that’s not effective for you, I guess I’d say not to bother.
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I saw Dr. Denese Skin Science's special offer on TV. They offered a selection of skin care products for the seemingly reasonable price of $59.95. Everything from the advertising to the online purchase indicated that the price for their 7-piece, 90 day collection was $59.95 - period. They refer to it on their website as "Our Best Offer," and say "Maximum Results Collection Reg $190," with a line through the $190, another indication that you were getting the package for $59.95. I ordered the package and they delivered.
Then much to my surprise, I started getting regular bills from Dr. Denese Skin Science. By some lucky accident, the credit card I originally used was lost and therefore cancelled, so they did not get the chance to pull their scam on me, but it could still hurt my credit. I was clear that I had paid the $59.95 that I agreed to pay. So when I got their "Priority Message" from their "EXPRESS RESPONSE DEPARTMENT" with "RESPONSE REQUIRED," a collection notice telling me that I owed an adidtional $119.90, I called. I knew immediately that I was onto a scam when they said, "You got the 90-day supply and you only paid for the first 30 days. The bill is for the next 60-days." WHAAAT??!!
Dr. Denese Skin Science RIPOFF ARTISTS continue to assert that I own them an additional $119.90 for a product for which I was 100% CLEAR that I agreed to pay and paid $59.95. And for all their "explanation" of their business model online, while they continued to bill me TWICE for a bill I had already paid, the NEVER delivered any additional product.
So here's the deal: sign-up for Dr. Denese Skin Science and you will be billed 3 times what you thought you agreed to and at some point in this vaguely defined process, they will deliver you more product for which you will be billed 3 times what you never agreed to, and if you don't put a stop to it, the Dr. Denese Skin Science RIPOFF ARTISTS will milk you dry!!!