With Isaderma, you can “discover the arctic secret to looking younger.” Apparently you can reduce wrinkles, crow’s feet, chapped skin, and puffy eyes all within 30 days. They sell it out of Iceland, which is ironically quite warm, whereas Greenland is quite warm, because Greenland wanted tourists and Iceland wanted to drive them away. So Iceland isn’t exactly arctic. If it were sold out of Antarctica, then that would definitely apply and be obvious to the average consumer. But it’s based on some faulty reasoning as of now.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
The only ingredient really disclosed in so many words in Isaderma is known as antarctilyne. It has been recently popularized, but it hasn’t been proven to do anything. They are depending purely on the hype surrounding it and not actual fact, which is especially apparent considering they don’t provide a full ingredients list. $49.95 is a fairly low price compared to some of the market, and this happens for a reason. They don’t really have anything to offer in this particular case.
Overall Impression of Isaderma:
We suspect Isaderma is trying to compare themselves to a popular brand of various products known as Isagenix. They use an “arctic ingredient” without actually telling you what it is. But there is really only one “arctic” ingredient found on the anti wrinkle market. Otherwise, they disclose nothing, and we believe this is to hide an obviously worthless formula, being that they rely purely on an ingredient that doesn’t do anything.