iQ Derma

Approval Rate: 51%

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    Wed Jan 19 2011

    Such bullshit!!! If this product goes away, because you idiots can't understand that it must not work for everyone, then you have screwed over the rest of us that have to buy this. NOTHING ELSE WORKS FOR ME YOU MORONS!!! "Just buy off the shelf"..... Buy what? My doctor can't even prescribe something else that works. And what is this constant accusation that only people that work for the IQD company put positive.... go screw yourself. I work for the Marine Corps as a civilian you idiots. I work in Virginia. If I stop using this stuff, then my face is doomed to a living hell from Rosasia. If for you it doesn't work, then don't friggin use it. How hard is that to figure out? I buy this product off of the IQ site and off eBay all the time from people it apparently doesn't work for. If you are hitting yourself in the head with a hammer, and it hurts, then stop. If this med doesn't work, stop using it! Don't buy it! Go away!!!

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    Sun Aug 22 2010 call me stupid, but why would ANY of you seemingly intelligent people be roped into such an obvious scam?? My theory is, if you can't buy it in a store, then it's not worth buying. Any company that markets there product "online only" is not to be trusted, ESPECIALLY whith the "conditions" and "stipulations" that this company has set forth. While I commend all of you for getting the word out that this company is less than honest, you should be writing to the appropriate people to have this company investigated and ultimately shut down. I hope you all have learned your lesson.

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    Fri Aug 06 2010

    The only comments on this review of iQ Derma that actually "like" the products are obviously written by iQ Derma. If you click on the commenters' profile you will see that most have opened their accounts recently and all have only made one comment!! Want to contact the person who created them? Contact: Fleischer, Rick [email protected] [email protected] Intelligent Beauty 2301 Rosecrans Ave El Segundo, CA 90245 (310) 683-0940 Call toll-free to their front company: Raw Natural Beauty (866) 603-9151 Hours: 7AM PST - 4PM PST, Monday - Friday You can also complain to their spokewoman (flak), Kelly Repassy Lastly, their Facebook page does not allow comments, but you can complain to Facebook about them. Their YouTube account currently accepts comments (probably won't for long): Lastly, complain to their web host,, that they are hosting & enabling a scam company who is breaking the web hosts rule... Read more

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    Wed Jul 21 2010

    I tried the trial offer and wasn't totallly convinced that it did anymore for my skin than regular moisturizer. In order to return the unused or empty product at the end of the trial period is to call them first and get an RMA # (return merchandise authorization) before you can even send it back. I tried to reach them via phone and internet without any success. I received a phone recording that they were experiencing technical difficulty and to try my call later. I purchased the trial offer over the internet and set up an account with IQ Derma-Glow and when I tried to access the web site it didn't recognize my information. I finally came to the conclusion this was not going to end well. I packaged up the unused portion and mailed it to Glow with signature confirmation requested via the Postal Service. If you read the fine print in the invoice when you receive the product, they clearly state they will not accept any returns without the RMA #, that you must obtain from them first. This i... Read more

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    Tue Jul 13 2010

    This company is a total scam! I feel sorry for the employees. I only lost money, they will lose their integrity. The company "records" conversations and when they repeat back a month later all the adjectives are edited - left out or the bank credit becomes a store credit...they are not honest brokers. But they do have extremely talented tape dubbers that make some of their employees (probably the newbies) believe what they hear. I got burned and I won't go back there again.

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    Sun Jul 11 2010

    I keep logging on to this "Rate it All" site to see how IQ Derma is fairing. Those who do not like the products, must think there is something fishy about those who like their stuff. Well, there isn't. If you read all of these comments, hopefully you will see a pattern. It either works for you or it doesn't. For those of us that it works for, it is nothing short of a miricle. My joy of finding something that completely stops 40 years of terrible acne leaves me confused when I read such horrible things. I only use the Clear Remedy Purifying Facial Cleanser (one daily) and the Clear Remedy Acne Treatment when I have severe problems with Rosacea rashes. I have had several Dermatologist tell me there is no cure and no treatments that really work totally. They are right on that is can't be cured, and that sucks. But for only $30 per month it can at least make the horrible pimples and rednest disappear.....gone.....poof.....notta problem. I am sorry for those who are not getting... Read more

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    Tue Apr 27 2010

    As noted repeatedly on here, this is little more than a well executed scam. The product literally burned my skin and caused me to break out. Now, weeks after stopping use of the product, I still have red blotches on my face that itch non-stop, and what can best be described as a permanent "burn" on the bridge of my nose. I've tried to cancel my "membership" twice and was actually told yesterday that they would "attempt" to cancel my "membership" whatever that means... My credit card has now been charged three times by these crooks, depsite the fact that I have never received any additional product. Finally I was forced to cancel my debit card, and we all know what a hassle that drama is, especially if you have automatic monthly payments for car insurance, gym memberships, utilities, etc. I suppose it is possible that their other product lines may do some good, but the products designed for men's skincare are snake oil at best. Buyer beware.

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    Fri Apr 09 2010

    I could tell it was a scam by two things. The inconsistencies on the website, it says right at the Top "try a free 60day supply" once you click the verbiage changes to 30 day supply. Once you click away it grabs you with a pop-up stating "Special offer, today only $1.95 shipping. When you click on that it still shows the standard $4.95 shipping. Any major corporation pays enough for their websites to not have those kind of inconsistencies and they would not be accepted. I figured, what the hell why not try it for 60 days. lol NOT!!

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    Sat Feb 20 2010

    I have not ordered iQ Derma, nor will I. Why, well, after reading the reviews here and elsewhere I'm pretty much convinced that my first appraisal that the product and the company are a scam is probably correct. My first tip off was that when you click on the links to their "Clinical Study" and "Clinical Results," all you get are short stats touting how great the stuff is without any documentation whatsoever. There isn't even any mention of who conducted the "clinical study" or how extensive a study it was. The next red flag was the lack of any listing of the company's name, business address, phone number, or email address on any of the pages I visited. The only contact points were marketing oriented. Finally, I couldn't even find the usual disclaimers about the produce not being FDA approved. I mean, come on, even the wackos cooking up crap in their basements know to post that sort of stuff to make their ads look legit. All-in-all, I'd say save your money and probably your skin, a... Read more

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    Fri Feb 05 2010

    Total Scam!!!! I bought 'glow' on a 30 day 'free trial'. I used it and after about a week my face got the worst blotchy painful breakout of my life - it really was terrible - everyone was like, my gosh, what happened to your face. I stopped using it and applied cortaid daily and after a week or two my face cleared up (but for what now seems to be a permanent blotch on the side of my nose which still remains)... I was considering legal action - I called and was just trying to get my money back... nope, sorry - no money back for you - and not even a hint of empathy or compassion from the few people there I talked to in the process...literally this stuff is just filled with various acids... dangerous stuff... DO NOT BUY!!! ...this company need to go down - seriously.

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    Wed Jan 20 2010

    Folks...THIS IS A SCAM!!! It doesn't matter if you send back the product immediately after you received it as they will still charge you no matter what! The only way to stop payment is by canceling your credit card. Now you know.

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    Mon Dec 14 2009

    I tried the IQ Derma more than 3 months ago and its been a blessed to my skin I can't understand the negative reviews, the product maybe is not for every skin. I am very happy with the results and I feel great.

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    Wed Nov 18 2009

    Looking at all the reviews written looks like iQ Derma is a scam. All the good ratings given here it looks like they are from the iQ Derma manufacturer or resellers.

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    Sat Nov 14 2009

    I'm in my late 60's and have been using this product for more than 2 years. It works, I love it and definitely would not say so if I didn't. I've used a multitude of skin care products in the past spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars. THEY DIDN'T WORK. IQ DERMA DOES!

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    Mon Oct 12 2009

    Actually for everyone who thinks its a SCam In the email they sent you it CLEARLY states that if you do not send the product back after the 30 day free trial wether bottles are empty or full you get charged 89.95 because the asume it worked for you. which makes sense because you didn't send it back.No such thing as a free lunch. everyone knows that. the whole world is a scam come on now haha just send it back before 30 days and no charge =)

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    Mon Sep 28 2009

    These people should be arrested for fraud. I received my sample, it sucked, I cancelled and months later they took almost $100.00 out of my checking account. I am also going to the Florida State Attorney. I already have filed with my bank as a fraud issue. Nothing was mentioned before they were given a check card number. They did send it in the mail and it was stated then. I also cancelled and they still charged.

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    Mon Sep 28 2009

    Agreed. It tricks you into signing up for the free trial and charges you only for shipping, HOWEVER one month later (after realizing the product doesn't even work) you are charged for not only that one, but another one you will be receiving within that week. I just called them about getting the second order refunded, and they walked me through the return process and promised my refund, but they couldn't refund me for the first one. So all in all, I paid over $100 for a "free trial" for what was essentially drugstore body lotion.

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    Mon Aug 31 2009

    I have absolutely no idea if this product works or doesn't work, although from an exhaustive review of a number of sites, my guess is that it is extremely overpriced even if it does work. More importantly, I am printing off the reviews on this site because I am about to contact the Attorney General of California, as well as the Better Business Bureau. This is my first experience with taking advantage of a free offer and it will be my last. Immediately after I placed my "free offer" request, I received an e-mail telling me how much they would be automatically charging to my debt card thereafter. Naturally, they didn't state that up front I wrote back within five minutes of receipt of that e-mail and told them to keep it. Of course, I got it anyway. My first contact with this company was on or about July 30, 2009. One month later, after numerous attempts to remedy this situation, I finally cancelled my debit card because there seemed to be no other way for me to protect myself f... Read more

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    Thu Aug 27 2009

    People, you have to make sure that you get your free trials and products from the official IQ derma website, which is There are many articles and ads that claim to be iq derma but when you click on them, the website you're directed to is;;, etc. Now, those are the scam websites.

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    Thu Aug 13 2009

    Next time buy it on ebay, there are tons of packages , sealed, probably from people who got the orders and could not return them. I go the SkiIntensive and RestoreEyes, both full size, for under $50.00, no gimmicks. I love the products but I agree, their sales is very fishy. Go to ebay, MUCH cheaper and you get what you pay for.

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    Fri Aug 07 2009

    This is nothing but a huge scam. Had to put 1 star because they won't let you put no stars. If you think you will be able to return your FREE trial think again. They will come up with something that you did not do right like get a receipt from the post office for proof of when you mailed it. Mailed it back in May and they did not recieve it until July and my credit card was charged $98.00 for a FREE trial. Wow free sounds pretty expensive to me for a product that sucked.

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    Thu Aug 06 2009

    The first bottle of SkinTensive xCel was pure white and actually made my face tingle when i applied it. I was very happy with results. Second shipment was goldish-brown looking. When applied, it did not feel anything like the initial product received. I've been a QA tech before so I immediately thought this could be a bad batch. Called sister-affiliate to iQ Derma) where I placed the order and was told " Well ma'm that's because it's hot out here in California"! Well that reply sent the red flag right up the pole. Called iQ Derma and was very pleased with response that they were going to send me another bottle and I wasn't even going to have to send that one back in. They requested batch number on back of bottle as well. Replacement came and again different color and characteristics of product are same as before. Batch # is GX-23 and is located on back of bottle. Customer rep is sticking to story that there's been a variation in the raw materials used but has not ... Read more

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    Wed Jul 22 2009

    Someone used our debit card to order the IQ Derma Clear Remedy free trial. Of course when we got the shipment we were upset as we did not order it. After our bank took care of everything we were told to keep any items received. My 15 yr. old son had been to the dermatologist for his horrible acne and redness that covered both sides of his face. He was using a prescribed wash treatment and taking a prescribed antibiotic. It was doing nothing. I decided to let him try this product since we had it anyway. IT HAS BEEN AWESOME!! He has been using it for about 2-3 weeks now and his face is SO much clearer. The acne itself is gone, though you can still slightly see where the acne used to be. The doctor said theses spots would disappear as well. The more he uses it the better his face looks. Not only has his acne gone, but his skin itself looks healthier in many ways. I agree with others on here that just because something doesn't work for you does not mean it is a terrible product, or th... Read more

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    Sun Jul 12 2009

    This was a marginal item and I saw little or no improvement during the trial period, no more so than with something like Oil of Olay 14 day treatment that is available over the counter for around $25. In addition, they tried to charge my credit card the entire amount for the "Free Trial" when they said they were only charging for shipping and handling of $4.99. Fortunately, I use ShopSafe and the charge could not go through without my approval. Be cautious.

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    Tue Jun 09 2009

    Actually a zero star rating would be more appropriate in rating this dishonest scam. This is not a free trial but an at least a 100 dollar ordeal. They certainly will not return your money. In fact, The company lied about the dates so they could claim legally they broke no rules. And, oh, yes, the product does not work. I seriously doubt the positive reviews, which are largely five star ratings, on this blog were written by real customers. The FTC should investigate and shut this one down.

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    Mon May 11 2009

    My experience with IQ derma products is terrible. I developed a strong alergy after using the eye-cream so I decided to return it. Although I returned the package within 30 days the company charged my credit card almost 100 $. I sent them many emails but I haven't received any answer. They clearly don't want to return my money back. Don't buy this product!!!

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    Wed Apr 22 2009

    Do not use this product - the whole company is a sham. I returned thier product within the 30 day trial period with their "special return number" and somehow they have no record of recieving it at the "warehouse".You've been warned!Don't be a fool - run from this company as fast as you can!Learn from those who got the IQ Derma screw.(there needs to be a zero or "DANGER" rating!!

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    Mon Apr 06 2009

    I rate this company as awful to do business with. I got their product and even though I returned it and was supposed to be credited with it, they have continued to charge my account. This is fraud in my opinion. I think you dare not get involved in this company and any of their offers!

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    Mon Mar 30 2009

    I did the trial of the acne and the anti-wrinkle products. Honestly they both worked wonders for a while. A few months. And my trials lasted 4+ months. The acne cream gave me pretty bad blackheads but cleared everything else. Only thing is after a few months both products seem to not work as well as before.

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    Sun Mar 29 2009

    I sent for the free trial - used the product for 3 weeks and decided I did not want to continue because I saw no change so I returned - I received the retrurn number and returned well within the 30 day free trial time frame. So Far my credit card has been charged $96 and I have NOT seen a credit on my card. Lesson learned - never send for a free trial when I have to give my credit card number. I would give it a 0 star rating if I could, but I guess terrible should send a message.

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    Wed Mar 18 2009

    It's a SCAM! Don't fall for it. You WILL be billed for $89.95! The product doesn't work.

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    Thu Mar 12 2009

    A free trial should come in a small container so that when it takes over a month to ship (when it says what date it will get to you, but it takes 3 weeks longer) and you happen to be away when it does come, you still have time to really try it. IF they wanted better service they would make the free trial literally a small free trial kit that doesn't have to be sent back, this way people will be more inclined to buy the product knowing it was totally scam free, pressure free. This is their way of scamming/fraud. I was not impressed with the product. Although I do not have acne and never have, I do take very good care of my skin by using what I consider to be great products, buying good products is never a waste even if its expensive. I have always had the best skin I could ask for BUT i do not like using bottom of the line soaps or crumby products. I have always used Serious Skin care (which by the way comes in a small trial package and immediately after i tried it, I went and bough... Read more

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    Thu Mar 12 2009

    I am 34 years old and just started getting acne in the past 12 months. I would call it moderate acne.....not just a pimple or two. It was very stubborn, constant acne that spread all over my jaw. I tried changing my facial cleanser, my moisturizer, my routine. The acne didn't diminish at all. I started going to a dermatologist and have tried three different prescription medications. One of them didn't work at all, and the other two were somewhat effective but still left me with a fair amount of the acne. At church one Sunday I was admiring my friend's skin and I asked her what she used. She told me she used IQ Derma and gave me the web address. (She told me she'd had terrible acne since her teenage years, and IQ Derma was the only thing that worked for her.) I went to the IQ Derma website and tried their 30 day free trial. I was so surprised to find that it was clearing up my skin. I probably noticed the improvement after about four or five days. After three weeks of using ... Read more

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    Sun Mar 08 2009

    This is a scam, I do not have sensitive skin however after using this product I had chemical burns on my face that took weeks to heal. worst product ever!!!!

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    Wed Mar 04 2009

    Everyone should note that any over-the-counter or mail-order product is a superficial cream only. Products that are not prescribed by doctors are not FDA approved and therefore contain irritants that do not change wrinkles, acne, scars, etc. These claims are all false. The people on these sites who give these products 5 stars are fakes!

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    Fri Dec 19 2008

    I tried SkinTensive and the moisturizer, and was pleased with the results. I have Rosaeca, which makes using many products problematic, but I got good results. So for product, I'd give IQ Derma a +. However, I have to say I've had issues with their Customer Service Department. I did the free trial, was pleased with the product, but returned the empties as they asked within the time allotment, and was still charged. At the time, I was unemployed, and the money was a considerable drain. It took too much time for them to admit I met the rquirements and reverse the charges. That being said, as a roseaca sufferer who rarely if ever finds products that help, I'm still considering ordering some more SkinTensive!

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    Tue Dec 16 2008

    First of all, let me say that this company is NOT a scam company.  Not every item is meant for every person in the world, but all in all I can use each and every one and receive the results they claim.I have been a registered  customer with this firm for nearly three years now.  I began to use the product, then stopped, and tried much more expensive local products.  (I'm stationed in South Korea).  I kept a new monthly shipment in my closet and decided to try it again.  WOW!  What a difference.  The wrinkles that I had been trying to rid myself of (with local products) had not diminished.  When I re-started the IQ line, I woke up the next day with a noticeable improvement.  Not only an improvement day to day, but those crazy wrinkles and lines are magically becoming a thing of the past.  Not to mention, my skin has a new clarity that it had lost.  I've read so many negative issues with this company, and I can honestly say that I believe most of the listed complaints are self imposed.  ... Read more

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    Fri Dec 12 2008

    This is the worst product in the market. It actually made me break out more. When I talked to customer service they told me the reason I was breaking out more was due to a flush out stage when the med is flushing out all the crap out deep within my skin. They told me that it will take about 8 weeks in worst case to completely flush out crap. Its been 4 month and with no affect. Made things worse and my life sucks. I asked for a refund and they refused. Please people just spare youself the time, money, and frustration. SCAM! SCAM! I am not on this really cheap stuff I bought from target called ACNE Free only $19.99 The stuff works great!

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    Fri Dec 05 2008

    The IQ Derma Acne kit is nothing more than a scam. After using the product correctly for 90 days I now have more pimples than I have ever had. I am reporting this company to the Better Business Burro for investigation. Unfortunately there is no negative star rating, if there was i would rate the product a -500000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 and a SCAM at best. Buyer beware!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Wed Nov 05 2008

    I am truly shocked by all the negative feedback. At first, I was extremely weary because one, I've spent literally thousands of dollars on products for my face and have never had a success story to speak of. I am 38 years old with adult acne. I use Skin ID for the breakouts and IQ Derma for the wrinkles, blotchy skin, sun damage, and overall texture of my skin. First, it took a long time to receive my product and when I e-mailed IQ Derma's support, they immediately got on it to try to find where my product was. I live in Houston and Hurricane Ike had a lot to do with the delay, but I finally received the product. When I let IQ Derma support know I received the product, they extended my free trial for even more than the 30 days promised, stating that they would do that because of the difficulty I had in receiving my product. Results: I put the Skintensive, Life Without Wrinkles, and Restore Eyes on my face the night I received the product. I could actually see a difference the n... Read more

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    Fri Oct 17 2008

    I ordered iQ Derma Acne for my 19 year old daughter's severe acne. She had previously used ProActiv Extra Strength with some good results. I ordered the trial size, and was supposed to have a 30 day free trial. The product took a long time to get here, and then in order to return it to them in time to avoid being charged an additional $89.95 we had to return it after exactly 14 days, only half the trial time. It did NOT work as well as ProActiv, and was far more expensive, so we were not interested in keeping it. However, that was just the beginning of my troubles. We sent it Priority Mail so there would be no question of them getting it in time to avoid the large charge. It should have arrived five days ahead of time, which it did. They sent an email verifying that they received the return. And one week later took out almost one hundred dollars from my checking account. Now, we don't have a lot of money, so this left me with only $3.52 on a Thursday, and checks still scheduled to come... Read more

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    Fri Oct 10 2008

    The ad is misleading. Since it is a "free" trial, why they dare charge me without my permission!

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    Tue Sep 30 2008

    I have to say I have tried the IQ Derma Serum and it did not worked at all and didn't get nice noticeable results. I really do not like IQDERMA Serum because amazingly does not work at all. The IQ Derma LLC. is just making you fool. Please donot get beefooled by the Ads. I rate this product ZERO. better trust the branded products Kavita

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    Wed Sep 24 2008

    I have to say I have tried the IQ Derma Serum and it worked well and got nice noticeable results. I really liked IQDERMA Serum because it worked amazingly well no reaction in my eyes(making them red like many products). The IQ Derma Serum was not greasy or waxy but more I wish it were more affordable. I tried the moisturizer and this was very nice but drying in the eye area. A little too shiny but not bad for overall face.

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    Fri Sep 12 2008

    I have been stressed out and my face starting breaking out alot more than usual in July, so i decided to order the IQ Derma special trial they offered. It made my face feel really greasy from the moisturizer and super shiney. The cleanser was too harsh, and it was hard to rinse off. Too top it all off, it made my face break out worse!!! My entire chin is broken out with acne, and I have never had that happen to me before. In the past would have just one or two pimples occasionally on my chin, now i have 20+ :(. This product made my pores bigger and my chin is discolored purple with pimples all over it. I really did not want to give this product even one star!!!

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    Fri Aug 22 2008

    I think the product was so bad, and I can't believe I havd to pay for shipping and handling to get it and to ship it back, they should have paid me! it's a scam!!!!!!!!111

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    Fri Jul 25 2008

    I used my credit card to pay the required shipping & handling for their "free sample" of 2 lotions. Thereafter, they e-mailed me frequently with new offers, none of which I accepted. This week, I received. unsolicited and unauthorized, 2 other products with a statement for $96+. Just TRY to find out their address! I am sending the box back and have complained to my credit card holder. Disgusted!

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    Fri Jul 25 2008

    Okay, for my experience with so many acne products I have tried, IQ Derma is the best, the testimonies are very true. I am a very skeptical and cautious, it says you will see a difference within after 3 days, I have an adult acne and I just broke out 6 mos ago and have tried 5 different products, none of them really worked. Honestly, IQ Derma started working in less than 3 days, only after 2 days of using the product, phenomenal! You will actually notice the little bumps all over my face have flatten in 2 days! and you cal almost feel the smoothness, blackheads, whiteheads are gone, although my acne scars are still visible, after a week, you can actually see your skin starts to lighten and the ugly scars are just slowly going away. But the good thing is, you will not develop any more pimples once you start using it. Just be patient and the marks from acne slowly disappears, depending on severity of the marks. I don't understand why these people never read instructions before they order... Read more

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    Fri May 30 2008

    IQ Derma ia owned by Intelligent Beauty, LLC. They promised me a refund in the amount of $96.35 on May 4th of 2008. A of May 29th, 2008 my refund has not been issued back to my card for $96.35. Beware of their RETURN POLICY. I was chared an amount to my credit card from them. My bank has filed fraud chares on my behalf against this company. They are also known as RAW MINERALS. Many people are be hurt by this company. See and search IQ Derma or Intelligent Beauty. You will slump when you read all of the negetive reporting which pertains to this company. Report any fradulent dealing to the BBB of the Southland at Also report any fradulent dealing to the California Attorney General Office, as I did...see below: TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN: IQ Derma A.K.A. Intelligent Beauty LLC promised me a refund of in the amount of $96.35 for Order #3572315. I never received the credit on my card. I have sent them several emails advising them that they are... Read more

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    Mon Apr 28 2008

    i used the iq derma acne treatment and it didn't really work. didn't make my skin worse or better. lotions made for difficult makeup application. not very smooth. beware of the "risk-free" 30 day trial. it's not very risk free. they will charge you $100 if you don't return the bottles before 30 days. read the small print.

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