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Anybody with a subscription to Dermatica and is it working for you?

14 replies

VladmirsPoutine · 10/04/2021 17:25

I've come across it through Google and I'm tempted to try though rather than just buying a one-off product it seems you have to sign up - is it worth it?

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Middleagedmidwife · 10/04/2021 18:17

I’ve used it for 6 months now and it has really evened out my skin. I was getting sun spots on edges of face. I joined dermatica and also use sun screen more. My skin is so much better. It’s the only cream that actually has visible results

ABitOfAShitShow · 10/04/2021 18:42

It was terrible for me - my skin never stopped flaking. Skin + Me has been a hundred times better. Smile

Blossomgate22 · 16/04/2021 22:43

Love Dermatica. My skin is bright and the large pores and blackheads on my nose have gone.

I've been using it for 6 months with Dermatica controlling the strength of the creams supplied to suit. I must say it has saved me a fortune on buying stuff to try and it not working and I can now use basic cleanser and moisturiser.

@ABitOfAShitShow - my skin flaked a little, I took that as a good sign...but I have also found that no.7 hot cloth cleanser has solved that too.

BanditoShipman · 16/04/2021 22:45

Yes and yes :)

ButeIsle · 16/04/2021 22:53

I have a reusable code if it is of use. First month free and 25% off the second. It's been great for my skin and I feel relaxed by proper advice rather than a hotchpotch of potions!

Nearly forgot the link for the code.

ButeIsle · 16/04/2021 22:54

Should have tagged you in your thread @VladmirsPoutine

dontgobaconmyheart · 16/04/2021 23:48

I tried the trial month (where you pay P&P only). The service itself I can't fault at all, super easy, all above board and it was very easy to cancel- just log in and click 'cancel membership' basically. I did get offered a half price month to stay on but didn't as I'd had a bad reaction to what was prescribed. Not their fault and I'm sure they'd have changed it but it did put me off and was glad I'd only paid £2.95.

Loocheeyar · 17/04/2021 00:23

I don’t think it’s worth the money
I’m six weeks in abs not overly impressed so far
Yes flaking told around my mouth
I’m at a loss with my skin I can’t keep paying out for all this shit surely there must be something the go can prescribe for a lot less than £30 a month
Not amused

Loocheeyar · 17/04/2021 00:24

God too many mis types there apologies

ButeIsle · 17/04/2021 08:29

It is a long term commitment @Loocheeyar - 6 weeks is a very short time.

VerityWibbleWobble · 17/04/2021 08:36

I've been using it for 6 months too and am really starting to see positive effects now.

Yes loocheeyar 6 weeks is no where near long enough. How many times a week are you using it?

madamecake · 17/04/2021 08:43

I love Dermatica, been using it for over a year now and can see a clear difference in my skin. More even skin tone, brown marks faded and fine lines on my forehead have pretty much gone.

I did get a lot of flaking at first but after 3 months this calmed down. Like a PP I love how I can just use a basic moisturiser and cleanser instead of throwing lots of money at serums and the latest creams.

Loocheeyar · 17/04/2021 09:33

I use it twice or once a day
It’s so expensive per month though surely a gp can prescribe something the same ?

VerityWibbleWobble · 17/04/2021 09:35


I use it twice or once a day
It’s so expensive per month though surely a gp can prescribe something the same ?

That's way too much usage.

You generally start offa couple of times a week and then build up slowly as your skin tolerates it.

You can buffer it too to reduce the strength.

Are you using a factor 50 SPF daily?
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