I am completely new to the DermaQuest Skin Therapy line of products, but as soon as I read about them, I was anxious to give them a try. (Wow, shocker, me excited to try more products!) DermaQuest's Daily Enzyme Cleanser and Revive Rich Moisturizing Cream are a fantastic superhero duo for anyone with dry skin. The Cleanser smells of delicious tropical fruits and not only removes makeup without drying the skin, but also gently exfoliates with papaya and pineapple extracts. The Revive Rich Moisturizing Cream is incredibly thick and doesn't really have a strong scent to it, which I like in a facial cream. At first I thought I would hate that the moisturizer came in a tube, but I quickly was converted when I realized I didn't have to dip my nasty finger into a pot. (Okay, my finger isn't nasty so to speak, but you see where I'm going with this). While the cream is incredibly thick and somewhat hard to rub in because of the consistency, the results have truly blown me away. My skin looks radiant. Aside from having fabulous skin, I love that DermaQuest products are paraben-free and the company doesn't test on animals. But (don't you hate when there's a "but") the one catch to DermaQuest is that the line has to be purchased at a dermatologist's office so you'll have to consult DermaQuestinc.com to find locations near you. Having to take a little drive to get some great products isn't such a bad thing.
The Daily Enzyme Cleanser retails for $28.00 and the Revive Rich Moisturizing Cream retails for $68.00. UPDATE: Many wonderful people wrote in to share that DermaQuest can be purchased online at the following retailers (hooray!) SkinTerra.com, GoodBeauty.com, and SkinCareRX.com.
Photos courtesy of DermaQuest