SculptMedix is advertised as a new skincare solution that can help you take care of some of the most common issues you might experience with your skin: Issues like dry skin, tired skin, sunburned skin, and the ever-existing problem of getting older that most people try to slow down.
It promises to assist your skin with the healing process, ensuring that you have healthier and happier skin that looks and feels younger at the same time – but how well does it really perform when it’s put to the test?
Here’s what I thought about SculptMedix when I put it to the test for my own skin over a period of a few weeks.
Why I Bought It
Originally, I bought another product from the same range to help take care of cracked heels, something I had been experiencing as an on-and-off problem for the past ten years. I’ve worked in construction I’ve worked as a waiter, I’ve worked in a bunch of different careers where you have to be on your feet for most of the day, and it does exactly to the body what you would think. Some of these jobs even put you in the sun for eight hours plus at a time, and this adds even more pressure to the skin.
What affected my heels was inevitably affecting every other part of my body at the same time – and that’s when I found SculptMedix as a possible solution.
The first thing I noticed after buying DermalMedix was the fact that they offered more than just a product for cracked heels. This intrigued me mostly because of the fact that I’ve always had sensitive skin – and so, I figured that if the one product turned out to work well, the others would probably work just as well.
And it did.
SculptMedix worked great!
One of the first things about SculptMedix that had helped convince me to buy the product in the first place is the fact that it’s made from all-natural ingredients: I already have a sensitive skin, and even just a change of washing powder is often way too much – the same with skin creams, and I was surprised to find that the ingredients contained in SculptMedix showed no negative reaction with my skin at all. If you share the issue of sensitive skin, start with SculptMedix to see if you find a product in their range that works for you.
It takes a long time to find a skincare product that works for your individual skin. Here are just some of the reasons why I’ll likely continue to use SculptMedix after the three month period.
- Leaves no sticky or slippery residue behind on the skin.
A lot of skin creams will leave a slippery or sticky residue behind on the skin after you’ve applied it; sometimes this even feels like a weird layer of oil on the skin that remains, usually due to what’s used to bind the ingredients. There was no weird residue after applying SculptMedix to the skin, and it blended completely – nothing weird, nothing gross, just an obviously fresh feeling for the skin.
- It’s made from all natural ingredients that won’t cause any skin reactions.
The fact that it’s made from all-natural ingredients happened to be one of the biggest factors that managed to draw me to buying SculptMedix, and it’s one of the reasons why I’ll continue using it. It’s been hard to find something that works, and something that doesn’t have any horrible effects like a constant itch that eventually develops (or is there right from the start), and I’ll stick for it just because of the fact that it works for my type of sensitive skin.
- It helps to promote healing for the skin.
SculptMedix does a lot more than just make your skin feel better: The ingredients contained in it also help to rejuvenate the skin, and have been designed to help promote healing of the skin in general just as much as it helps your skin to recover from conditions like cracked heels. Again, it’s one of the reasons why I’ll continue using it – and even just after 3 months, my skin feels great.
Here are a few cons that I noticed about the product that some people might want to consider before they decide to add it to their shopping list or skincare routine.
- It’s not available in smaller packages.
The SculptMedix range of products are only available in a set amount of larger sizes. This is great if you’re buying in bulk, but I would’ve preferred it to come in smaller packages, too. I like to carry my skin creams around for when I’m at work or travelling, and you just can’t do that if you have to carry around a whole bag of stuff everywhere – and it’s just safer and cleaner to have smaller, individual packages when working with skincare so that you can avoid any cross-contamination risks.
- The herbal smell can be off-putting to some people.
Anyone who is already used to making use of herbal creams probably won’t even notice the smell at all, but anyone who isn’t used to herbal muscle creams might find the smell to take a little longer to get used to – and they might even find it severely off-putting at worst. Unfortunately, not much advice if you don’t like the smell: After all, how the product works is a little more important.
- It doesn’t seal well.
When you’re travelling with your skincare products, you need the product to seal pretty well – and a squeezing-tube design really isn’t the best idea. I would have preferred a screw-top jar. It’s a lot less likely to go open during transit, and it’s much less likely to leave you with a huge mess. While you can throw it into another container, I’d rather be spared this effort from the start.
Applies like paste
Sculptmedix is so thick that it just sits on the skin’s surface, dulls the complexion, and accentuates any wrinkles. There is no way it penetrates the surface. It was a total waste of money.
Been using for a couple of weeks and seems to be making a difference.