This iQ Derma system contains their high potency SkinTensive xCel wrinkle serum along with their RestorEyes eye cream. Products from iQ Derma are known to utilize high quality ingredients. They are also clinically tested for effectiveness first before being sold.
SkinTensive xCel helps address the different signs of aging. It reduces wrinkles and fine lines, enlarged pores, discoloration, and age spots. It improves the skin firmness, tone, elasticity, and moisture. The ingredients in it include Argireline, GABA (gamma amino-butyric acid), Hyaluronic Acid, Matrixyl 3000, Marine Collagen Complex, Derm SRC, Renovage, and Pepha-Tight.
iQ Derma’s RetorEyes eye cream address the three main problems around the eyes due to the signs of aging. They are dark eye circles, crow’s feet and wrinkles, and under-eye puffiness. The formula is designed to target the weakened capillaries, which are the causes of dark circles. It also firms the the delicate areas around the eyes to reduce wrinkles, and also brightens the areas around the eye. Ingredients used in it include Haloxyl, Dermaxyl, and Grant-X.
Currently their is a 30 day free trial available of SkinTensive xCel and RestorEyes together from iQ Derma. You just have to pay $3.95 for the shipping and handling. The retail price of the two products together is over $200. SkinTensive xCel costs $120 while RestorEyes is $85.
One of the main ingredients used in iQ Derma SkinTensive is Renovage. Renovage is a trademarked ingredient discovered by Sederma, a French based company that provides ingredients used in anti aging products. Renovage is able to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores, skin redness and sun spots. It is also known to be an effective ingredient at preventing premature cellular aging.
SkinTensive xCel is used after cleaning the face and before applying a moisturizer. Two pumps is used to be applied to the whole face and areas around the neck. For best results, it should be used twice daily.
RestorEyes is also used twice daily, once in the morning and once at night. A small amount around the size of a dime is enough to cover the areas around the eyes. It should be applied using a gentle patting motion. It is best to avoid rubbing the cream on and to avoid contact with the upper lids or inner lids.