Intelligent anti-aging skin care based on independent research     
Lose wrinkles, keep your bank account!     
Like Smart Skin Care on Facebook
Skin Care 101
Skin Care Basics
Skin Protection
Skin Biology
Biology of Aging
Ingredient Guide
Skin & Nutrition
Skin Conditions
Anti-Aging Treatments
Topical Actives
Wrinkle Fillers
Skin Care Smarts
Smart Choices
Best Practices
Quick Tips
Product Reviews
Reviews By Brand
How-To Infopacks
Skin Rejuvenation
DIY Skin Care
Skin & Nutrition
Eye Skin Care
Community & Misc
You are here: Reviews > Product Reviews >

Skin Care Review: DHC Wrinkle Filler

by Brenda H., TX

Adverse Effects


creates wrinkles

I got a sample of DHC Wrinkle Filler in the mail and tried it. It seemed to work ok, so I ordered a tube. After two weeks of using the product under my eyes I noticed the skin had become very dry and crepy and the fine lines had become deep horrible looking craters. It added 15 years to my looks. I discontinued using it and started moisturizing with hyaluronic acid. After two weeks without "wrinkle filler" they are starting to revive, but I swear I'm not trying any more of DHC samples in the future!

There should be a law against cosmetic companies ripping us off. Please beware.

Price (paid by reviewer)

Where to find it
dhc online


Indexes of Product Reviews
by Function / Purpose
by Formula / Procedure
by Brand / Manufacturer
Most Recent

Submit a review and receive a free Infopack

If you had positive or negative experience with any skin care product, treatment or procedure, please share it with our readers. As a thank you, you will receive a free copy of one of our How-To Infopacks, which provide unbiased, practical, science-based guidance to optimizing your skin care. To submit a review, click here

Back to Product Reviews
Back to Reviews

Home | About Us | Contact Us | Ask a Question

Copyright © 1999-2017 by Dr. G. Todorov /
Site Disclaimer | Copyright Certification

-- advertisements --