I cannot remember how I first came across the Dermstore but I have been hooked ever since. It was either through an ad on Facebook or feeds on Instagram. I love the extensive range of brands, products and price points. Other features I like are the free shipping, PayPal payment option and regular 20% off sales. Plus cashback through Ebates.
They also provide in-depth information on each product. Each product page features product details, ‘how to use’ instructions, an ingredient list, reviews, a link to the brand’s page, highlights on any ‘gift with purchase’ and/or if the item appears in a set or kit somewhere else on the site. The Dermstore is one of the most user/customer friendly skincare sites I have used. They also have their own rewards program as well as a subscription service where one can have products regularly delivered.
Also of note is their blog that covers skincare, makeup, haircare, lifestyle, the latest news, and trends. Here are a few of my favorite posts to date:
My most recent haul from the Dermstore.
DHC Silky Cotton (rival of Shiseido Cotton Pads), DermaE Anti-Wrinkle Cleanser and Toner, La Roche-Posay Serozinc and Avene Thermal Spring Water.
Dermstore was launched in 1999 with the vision of creating a trusted dermatologist-backed online store, carrying the finest cosmetic dermatology products. This online retailer was founded by a board-certified dermatologist, the company became a safe haven where customers could purchase with confidence (description courtesy of dermstore.com)