Summary: DermaTend is a multi-purpose skin care product that removes moles, warts, and skin tags. The user applies a cream to the affected area once a day for a few days. The skin tag eventually turns into a scab and falls off.
About Me: Hiya! My name is Rachael Perry, and I am a school teacher in Montana. I have been suffering from various skin tags and moles ever since I can remember. One of the most annoying moles were the ones on the side of my neck. I had always assumed that I would just have to live with those unsightly growths. But when a friend of mine recommended DermaTend, I decided to give skin tag removal a try.
What follows is an in-depth DermaTend Review. In this article, I will document my experiences removing skin tags and moles with DermaTend, provide some pros and cons, and offer my thoughts on this product. In order to be as comprehensive (and balanced) as possible, I have included excerpts from other DermaTend Reviews to reveal what others have experienced with this product. Finally, at the end of the article, I have a section on buying DermaTend, where you can find out where to get it for the lowest price online (and avoid scams!).
My DermaTend Review
Day 1: DermaTend arrived in the mail about a week after I ordered it from the official online store. I ordered the Extra-Strength DermaTend Ultra version, as I wanted the fastest results possible (the extra-strength version is supposed to remove skin tags in one day).
Although there were several skin tags I wanted to remove with this product, I decided to remove the moles on my neck first.
Step one of the process is to “prep” the blemish by scraping it with an emery board or toothpick. I know… doesn’t sound that appealing does it? But according to the company this must be done to “puncture” the blemish and allow DermaTend to seep right in. I spent a couple of minutes doing this.
Step two is to apply the DermaTend cream to the blemish. So I gently squeezed some out of the tube and rubbed it on each of the moles. As per the instructions, I waited about 30 minutes for the cream to go to work. During this time I experienced a slight stinging sensation in my neck. However, this is actually supposed to happen. In fact, according to the company, if you don’t feel this stinging then you probably didn’t puncture the blemish well enough.
Step three is to wash off the cream. So I did that and then dried the area with a towel. The stinging sensation disappeared after about 30 minutes.
Now because I had ordered the extra-strength version, I was hoping the skin tag would be gone the next day. When I checked the two moles, I noticed they had hardened considerably and had started to scab a bit. However, they had not fallen off (I didn’t want to force the issue either by picking at them).
I was starting to feel as if the product didn’t work at all… perhaps I would have to just live with skin tags and moles for the rest of my life.
However, I decided to go through with a second round with DermaTend. I followed the same procedure as before and decided to see if things would change the next day
When I woke up on Day 3 I immediately went to the washroom to check on how the moles were doing. I was disappointed to see they had not fallen off yet.
I put my fingers on one of them to see how it felt, and POP… It came right off and fell into my hand. Wow! That was pretty cool. I touched the other mole with my hand and it came off as well. The area they left behind was pink.
I was so happy I almost laughed (in fact, I think I did a little bit). Could it really be so easy to remove these moles which had plagued me since I was a teenager? Apparently, it was, although it didn’t happen overnight like it was supposed to. But to be honest, I would’ve been willing to wait a week for these results, as having growths on your skin is so unsightly!
A Week Later
In the days following the successful removal of the two moles, I looked closely to see if any marks were left behind. Thankfully, nothing that obvious was left behind except a little bit of pinkness. There was no giant hole and definitely no scarring. And within a few more days even the pinkness was gone and it looked just like a regular patch of skin – you would barely know there was a mole there at all.
So in the end, I was pleasantly surprised with how DermaTend worked. It was a painless process that effectively removed the moles on my neck within a few days. I was looking forward to trying this product on other blemishes on my skin in the coming weeks.
Other DermaTend Reviews: Consumer Research
Below is a compilation of excerpts from various DermaTend Reviews. In order to be as balanced as possible I have included both positives and negatives so that you can make a fully-informed decision before investing in this product.
I made a commitment not to touch it or rip it off. It took six days for the scab to fall. But it did fall. And man, I was AMAZED! Where the mole had been, there was just slightly irritated skin. No scar, no hole, no nothing. Just a bit of reddish skin which went away in a few days. -E. Saggese, Amazon.com
Not impressed with some of the tools used .. could be a little more refined for the cost but the end product does work. - S. Corrales, Amazon.com
I’ve removed loads of mole using this stuff, way more than the bottle says it should. One thing I’ve learned is that just scratching the surface of the mole before application won’t work, you really need to take a lot of skin off the mole, if it doesn’t bleed it wont work. - John, Amazon.com
Is DermaTend Worth It?
If you’re sick of dealing with various abnormal skin growths on your body (moles, skin tags, warts), then yes, DermaTend is totally worth it. It is one of the few natural skin tag removal creams that actually works (and yes I have tried SEVERAL), but it may require several applications to actually remove your moles.
The process itself seems a bit savage, with all the picking and hacking at the mole, but if you’re serious about getting rid of these annoying growths there is no other way. Heck, even surgery, which costs several hundred dollars per mole requires slicing into a bit of skin!
So although DermaTend may not be for those who are overly squeemish, it is so far the most effective skin tag removal solution I have come across.
If you’re ready to get rid of your skin tags with DermaTend, there are a few things you should know.
FIRST, you should buy it through the official seller. Not only will this ensure you actually get DermaTend as advertised (and not some knock-off product), but they have a 60-day money-back guarantee when you buy it through them. This means that if for some reason you don’t like it or find it doesn’t work, you can return it for a FULL REFUND. This pretty much removes all the risk for you, and is a no-brainer for anyone who is still on the fence about it.
HOWEVER, if you get it through them, I highly recommend you buy it through their online shopping cart. Both me and my friend tried calling them on separate occasions and we found the ordering process by phone to be a huge pain. Not only does it require giving sensitive data out over the phone, they will try to upsell you with other products and try to sell you things in the future (since you’ve called into their sales line). This hassle is TOTALLY not worth it if all you want to do is remove some skin tags. With the shopping card, you just buy it through their secure server and it comes in the mail a few days later.
I recommend getting the extra-strength version for fast results. But I hear the Original DermaTend works just as well, it just takes a few days longer to generate results.