“Libido & Anti-Aging”

Electric Mary

Sensitive Skin

DVi is an eye serum that claims to decrease the visible signs of aging, like fine lines and wrinkles, along the most tender area around your eyes. As the manufacturer promises on their official website, regular use of DVi can brighten your complexion. Due to the delicacy of the area, typical lotions designed for your whole face will fail giving the necessary care to this area. A serum is a non-invasive skincare product that is specially created for the sensitive skin. The product is made in the USA.

The company behind DVi is not reputable and badly known. Its official website leaves much to be desired. It lacks important information on the ingredients of the serum as well as contradictions to usage and possible adverse reactions, some shaundona.com/aczone-gel-reviews.html. The website doesn't have any information about proper application of the product. You will need to follow the instructions given on the label. DVi is a relatively new product. The website offers you a possibility to ask your questions by phone or by email, however, many users complain of constant unavailability of the customer service team.

As it was already mentioned, DVi website does not provide the full ingredient list of the item. On some other website I found out that DVi contains vitamins (Vitamin E, Vitamin C), antioxidants, Collagen Extract, Hexopeptides, hyaluronic acid and Aloe Vera. I am disappointed with such an ingredient list because it is more than incomplete. It is difficult to say what side effects or adverse reactions can be expected when using this product.

The official website of this eye serum only focuses on its ability to make your skin produce more collagen. The innovative formula is said to make your skin look younger due to the increased level of collagen. The latter is the compound that keeps your face fair and smooth. However, it is not described exactly how the product works. Moreover, the manufacturer of the serum promises their customers that the product will smoothen their wrinkles. The DVi is mentioned to use a whole collagen molecule that can deeper penetrate the skin surface.

As far as I understood, the active ingredient in the product is Collagen Extract. According to website webmd.com, this component contains chondroitin sulfate, hydrolyzed collagen type II, and hyaluronic acid. It is applied to the dry skin, aging skin, and wrinkled skin in order to increase collagen levels in it, enhance its strength and elasticity. However, it is claimed that this ingredient is possibly ineffective for aging skin when used topically. Early research demonstrates that taking 500 mg of BioCell Collagen by mouth for three months twice a day reduces lines and wrinkles, as well as improves skin dryness. However, DVi isn't an oral supplement, it is a topical solution.

Hyaluronic acid is a substance that can be naturally found in the human body, especially in the eyes and joints. It is used the treatment of different joint disorders, during certain eye surgeries and as a lip filler in plastic surgery. Sometimes it is applied to the skin for healing skin ulcers, burns, wounds, and as a moisturizer. Some people believe that hyaluronic acid helps to prevent the aging effects but there is no evidence to back up this claim. This compound is said to work only when injected in a specific hyaluronic acid product. It does not show effectiveness when applied topically to the skin.

According to website webmd.com, Aloe Vera is possibly effective for treating acne, skin burns, itchy rash on the skin or mouth, psoriasis. However, this compound is ineffective for dry skin. One big research shows that applying a cream with aloe extract to the skin for two weeks moisturized the outermost later of the skin, but did not penetrate deeper.

As the manufacturer of DVi does not provide their customers with the list of possible side effects and adverse reactions associated with the use of the serum, I had to make my own research. I concluded that this product may carry certain potential health dangers. Let us have a look at possible side effects of each of the ingredients in the product.

Collagen extract seems to be safe for adults when taken by mouth for a short period of time, but there is not enough evidence to prove its safety when applied to the skin. This compound should be avoided during pregnancy and breast-feeding because it is not studied well enough.

Another ingredient in DVi is likely safe when applied to the skin appropriately. In some cases, it may cause allergic reactions. Aloe Vera is considered to be safe for most adults when applied to the skin appropriately as a cosmetic. However, if you are allergic to this compound, do not use it. Here are some of the real users' reviews.

"DVi company misrepresents their trial offer. I was forced to pay the full price of the product. They put a charge on my credit card. Now I have problems with cancelling that damn program. Don't order anything from this company!"

"This company is deceiving people. At first, they offer a product through their free trial offer and then they charge you the full price of the product. You will be signed up for monthly shipments that will cost you about $100. I am going to sue!"

"I ordered DVi via a free trial offer that seems to be a total scam. Now I can't get them to stop sending me bottle with the serum. I am beyond mad! Besides, the product doesn't work at all! Don't believe their promises!"

In order to buy DVi, you will have to participate in the trial offer on the official website. The offer is said to last 14 days and you have to pay only for the shipping, according to the company. However, as we can see from a big number of negative users' testimonials, you get enrolled into a monthly program and your credit card will be charged the full cost of the product each month. Instead of $9.95 for the shipping you will have to pay $97.21.

DVi is a total scam, as we can see from a number of real users' reviews. It doesn't work as promised and the company seems to deceive customers through the so called free trial offer. It is very expensive and ineffective. Fortunately, nobody mentions experiencing severe adverse reactions. I don't think that DVi will be able to take care of your skin. It is better to be avoided as the modern market offers a great variety of other more effective skincare products.