DDF Wrinkle Relax Review
DDF has provided a number of products since 1991, and their wrinkle relax has quickly become one of the most popular products, or at least so a number of websites would proclaim.
They claim to be created by a dermatologist known as Dr Howard Sobel, based in New York. DDF products can be found in high end retail stores, and they include anti aging products, acne treatment products, and products for sensitive skin. There are however no customer testimonials and a questionable money back guarantee.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
DDF Wrinkle Relax ingredients include WATER, GLYCERIN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, CYCLOMETHICONE, DIMETHICONE, METHYL GLUCETH-20, SQUALANE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, MAGNESIUM ASCORBYL PHOSPHATE, ACETYL HEXAPEPTIDE-8, PALMITOYL OLIGOPEPTIDE, PALMITOYL TETRAPEPTIDE-7, PANTHENOL, RETINYL PALMITATE, SODIUM HYALURONATE, SODIUM ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER, GLYCERYL STEARATE, ISOHEXADECANE, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, CETYL ALCOHOL, PEG-100 STEARATE, POLYGLYCERYL-3 ISOSTEARATE, POLYSORBATE 80, XANTHAN GUM, METHYLPARABEN, DMDM HYDANTOIN, DISODIUM EDTA, GLYCINE SOJA (SOYBEAN) STEROLS, PHENOXYETHANOL, PROPYLPARABEN, CARBOMER, POLYSORBATE 20, ORANGE 4, RED 40.
While we have been impressed with some DDF products, we are not particularly impressed with this one. It has some peptides, but they fall in the middle of the list, not at the top as they should be, and there are only a couple. The rest of the ingredients, for the most part, are not even moisturizers, but fillers.
Overall Impression of DDF Wrinkle Relax:
We do appreciate the fact that DDF Wrinkle Relax has 3 different peptides. But they put them too far down on the list, and the rest of the ingredients to not compliment or supplement them at all. It’s a tough market, and it’s only getting harder to compete in for the average wrinkle product. Unfortunately, it seems DDF Wrinkle Relax is falling behind.