[GIVEAWAY] dermaTRUTH Antioxidant Peptide Serum

Standing by its name, dermaTRUTH wants us to ignore beauty industry fads, and focus instead on products that contain scientifically backed ingredients, like its new Antioxidant Peptide Serum.

Dr. DIt seems like every day there is either a new ‘miracle’ ingredient that creates a cult following, or an ‘evil’ ingredient that everyone believes they must avoid. Unfortunately, the marketing claims don’t always match up to the facts,” says Dr. Michelle Calvarese, creator of dermaTRUTH, which has been formulated to help brighten, smooth, soften and lightly moisturize the face.

“The dermaTRUTH formula is a powerful combination of antioxidants and peptides that independent research has demonstrated to have long-term efficacy,” says Dr. Calvarese.spacer

The dermaTRUTH Antioxidant Peptide Serum ($74 for 20mL) features 18 peptides and antioxidants to “slow down aging in its tracks,” and if you’re lucky enough to still have great skin, it promises to “protect the skin before the damage starts.”

Unlike many big-brand skincare products, wrapped in luxe packaging, this serum is protected in violet glass from the harmful effects of light, so it remains potent. Peptides in dermaTRUTH include glutathione, that improves our skin’s natural defense against oxidation; ergothioneine, which inhibits pigmentation, and tocopheryl acetate, which improves elasticity and smoothness of the skin.

Besides the serum’s potent peptides, other critical ingredients include two forms of vitamin C that absorb effectively into multiple layers of our skin, as well as fruit extracts and green tea. Marine-based ingredients help create softer, smoother, plumper and more youthful-looking skin. “Marine ingredients trap water and act as  ‘water reserves,’ keeping your skin hydrated and fresh throughout the day,” Dr. Calvarese explains.

“Women are beginning to appreciate the benefits of long-term skin health and prevention strategies rather than quick fixes.  This serum aims to bring skin back to a healthy state by slowly repairing damage, but more importantly, protecting the skin from future damage. I suggest using 1- 1 ½ pumps each morning after cleansing and before applying sunscreen.  Think of it as a morning dose of vitamins for your skin.”

Five lucky ladies will each win a bottle of this sensational serum!

Fill out the form below to enter the giveaway. After you’ve entered, tell us in the comments section about your biggest skincare concern.

By entering this giveaway, you agree to receive emails from FabOverFifty and dermaTRUTH.

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5 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes April 20, 2016 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

 

106 Responses to “[GIVEAWAY] dermaTRUTH Antioxidant Peptide Serum”

  1. gingerpye says:

    Lifting and firming for sure

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  2. lilyk says:

    My biggest skincare concern is acne.

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  3. Michelle H. says:

    I get concerned when I see a new line.

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  4. Jaime Cummings says:

    Increased dryness, changes in facial contour and dark spots.

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  5. honeypie411 says:

    I am concerned about wrinkes

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  6. jules mcnubbin says:

    jowls and crepey skin. yuck.

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  7. Ed Nemmers says:

    My concern would be wrinkles.

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  8. kathy pease says:

    My biggest concern is wrinkles around my eye area

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  9. Tracy says:

    The wrinkles around my mouth make it look like I’m frowning all the time.

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  10. Sandy Bonesteel says:

    My biggest skin concern is broken capillaries. I have not yet found a concealer that covers them up.

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  11. susansmoaks says:

    lately my biggest skin care concern is the acne. i never had it as a kid but now it’s out of control.

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  12. Christy DuBois says:

    My concerns are aging blemish prone oily skin that needs help. I wish I had of used preventative serums in my 20’s but now is wonderful too.

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  13. Rachel Beltz says:

    Blackheads! Large pores! Wrinkles! Oh my! ;P

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  14. Brenda Disimone says:

    acne still !!!! and deep crows feet !

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  15. adriana says:

    Some skin concerns are fine lines and uneven skin tone :/

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  16. Cynthia says:

    I am 62-years-old. I have been looking for a good anti-aging serum. DermTruth Antioxidant Perptide Serum sounds just like I was looking for. Also it is a reasonable price. Love to try it!

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  17. Laurie Strebe says:

    Dullness, my skin looks old. Also afraid of new products. Always afraid of that occasional huge 3rd eye deep skin acne pimple.

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  18. Laura Sorvillo says:

    My main concern is wrinkles,I’m just starting to notice a loss of firmness.My eye area and upper lip are my main concerns but my face could use a product that really works!

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  19. Kathy Luman says:

    My biggest concerns with my skin is wrinkles. I’m already starting to get them so I would like to slow them downn

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  20. bonniesawinner says:

    Uneven skin tone with redness, and undereye circles.

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  21. Benita says:

    I have droopy jowls. Pretty ugly!

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  22. Julia Barnes says:

    I worry most about sun damage.

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  23. Amanda Patterson says:

    My biggest concern is redness and pimples 🙁

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  24. flyergal82 says:

    I want my skin to look radiant

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  25. Neha Kaul says:

    It’s a tie between uneven skin tone and wide, open pores.

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  26. Jacquie Hemann Ruark says:

    Dealing with insidious cystic acne, lines around my mouth and sagging skin.

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  27. Paul Muldown says:

    cracks, dryness, itching. Discomfort in my own skin.

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  28. Richard Hicks says:

    Big concern is dry skin and sun damage

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  29. Carolyn D. says:

    Dry skin and jowly looking face. UGH!! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  30. tefenut says:

    dry skin that needs plumping up as well

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  31. Amy says:

    I’ve gotten wrinkles! I can’t believe it.

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  32. cynthiac says:

    My concerns are large pores and wrinkles.

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  33. Jean Hansen says:

    crepey skin everywhere

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  34. Zara Heflin says:

    I’m starting to notice fine lines and more dry skin.

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  35. Ida Khodorkovskaya says:

    Gravity!

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  36. dorothy borgese says:

    brow crease and loss of collagen in cheeks

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  37. Ginger McLendon says:

    wrinkles

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  38. eddyrobey says:

    dryness

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  39. drz says:

    Acne, lines, pigmentation, sagging…

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  40. Elizabeth says:

    My biggest skin concern is my eyes or should I say, the lines around my eyes which have always been my favorite feature. I would love to find a product that is safe and helpful in this area… dermaTruth sounds like the answer!! I have to ditto previous FOF comments on gravity too!! e-gads!!

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  41. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    My biggest concerns are fine lines.

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  42. judy o says:

    oh wow. do i ever need this (wrinkles, sags), especially with my 73rd just around the corner, so thanks so much for this chance

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  43. Diana Wales says:

    Crepey (and creepy!) neck skin and wrinkles around my eyes and mouth. I’m already using the Jenu device, and I hope this serum will work wonders with it!

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  44. Deborah Curran says:

    sagging skin, turkey neck

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  45. Sheila Totten says:

    turtle neck andlines around mouth and under eyes

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  46. nycgirl says:

    dry skin

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  47. Christa Lopez says:

    My skin is very dull!

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  48. Shirley A says:

    Minimize & prevent lines, of course, but also improve texture & luminosity.

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  49. Larisa Khodorkovskaya says:

    Simply I am scare to look old. My skin is sagging and lines appear rapidly.

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  50. Tammy Little says:

    wrinkles and sagging skin are my problems

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  51. SUSAN MILLER says:

    age spots

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  52. strawberry3d says:

    My biggest skin care concern is acne and dark spots

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  53. Karen Smith says:

    The ‘brightness’ seems to be gone!

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  54. Diane Popper says:

    My skin has become lack-luster. It just doesn’t have the glow it used to have. Besides for gravity taking it’s toll, I’m also extremely self conscious about the deep lines around my mouth. No noticeable lines around my eyes, which isn’t bad for being 66. All the lines are around my mouth.

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  55. Janice Cash says:

    Fine lines, uneven skin tone & hormonal acne

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  56. lisa says:

    my biggest concern is dry skin and losing elasticity and collagen…

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  57. Alona Young says:

    My biggest skincare concerns are breakouts, enlarged pores and dark circles under the eyes!

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  58. mylittlestar1979 says:

    Dull skin, fine lines, and hormonal breakouts.

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  59. Becky Beer says:

    My neck, and for some reason my chin seams to be dry, red, and peels.
    I lost a lot of weight so that could be some of my neck issues, though I’m not sure.

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  60. Basya Skalozub says:

    My face become more colorless and gravitated, plus fine likes everywhere!

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  61. Patty says:

    Sagging skin, dryness around eyes. I see I’m not alone with the “sagging skin”. I’m sorry, but I had to laugh at all the comments because I totally and completely understand! Lol!

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  62. Susan Weinberg says:

    Have some marks and redness on my face. Would love to try this to improve my skin.

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  63. Lanie says:

    Fine lines around the eyes and mouth and uneven skin :/

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  64. Lynda Christian says:

    fine lines and sagging skin

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  65. Donna Hazelwood Hart says:

    I hate the 11″s between my eyes! And the marionette lines and the sagginess!

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  66. Christine Norman says:

    My skin is starting to sag and form parentheses around my mouth. I wish I could just pull it back and take some years off my face.

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  67. Michelle Castagne says:

    The gravity is getting scary! Stop the sagging and marionette lines.

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  68. Kimberley Thomas says:

    I look for any chance at trying a new anti aging product since I am ove “50”!

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  69. rsbrandt says:

    My biggest concern is postadolescent acne.

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  70. ilenep says:

    love to try new products to try to halt the aging process!

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  71. Celeste Crago says:

    I have some fine lines around my eyes, but my biggest concern are age spots, maybe from my youthful days in the sun.

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  72. elisse says:

    Aging. LOL I’d like Firmer skin, and to get rid of the lines around my mouth and eyes… And my neck, too, and hands…

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  73. TJfacialist says:

    I need more lift to my skin since it is now slack and I’m getting more pronounced marionette lines on both sides of my mouth.

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  74. Michelle says:

    Dry, sagging skin, turkey-neck, and lately-acne!

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    • elisse says:

      Remeber when they said that your skin would stop breaking out when you passed puberty? Ha! Then it was when you passed Menopause. Ha! LOL

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    • Donna Hazelwood Hart says:

      Me too,ugh!

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  75. Donna Cohen says:

    I don’t even recognize myself anymore. 🙁

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  76. margaret says:

    i’d like to stop hearing, “i bet you used to be hot!”

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  77. SandyC says:

    My skin tone is so uneven – dark spots, no glow at all.

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  78. Eugenie Wu says:

    Uneven skin tone and dryness

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  79. Sandy Camp says:

    Crows feet, fine lines around my mouth and gravity!

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    • elisse says:

      Gravity bites. LOL

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  80. ann says:

    fine lines around my eyes and mouth!

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  81. Deb L says:

    My biggest concerns are fine lines and gravity. ?

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  82. Jane Lesinski Toumpas says:

    Sagging

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  83. mell says:

    loss of elasticity

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  84. Fran says:

    I let my hair go natural, white with gray, and now my skin looks dull. I have wrinkles and brown spots but my main concern is the dry, dull, old looking skin.

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  85. Patti Kollar says:

    where do I begin…wrinkles, sagging (due to weight loss), age spots, just normal stuff like that.

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  86. B. Lerner says:

    wrinkles – what else?

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  87. Susan W. Goldstein says:

    Ahhhhhhh!! I hate the dreaded Turkey Neck! Gross me out.

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  88. Beth says:

    Loss of elasticity

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  89. Heather Matsunaga says:

    getting lines around eyes & want to firm up skin

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  90. Carol Williams Catto says:

    wrinkles around my eyes and brown spots on my jaw line

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  91. suri40 says:

    Dry skin and wrinkles around my mouth.

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  92. inkchick says:

    I want to keep my skin looking great.

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  93. Jessie says:

    It know it seems silly, but the loosening skin around my elbows really bothers me! My arms are very toned and strong..but I’m also very thin..I wish Voluma wasn’t so expensive! I’d plump up those elbows right away!!!!

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  94. jules mcnubbin says:

    my skin is oily in my t zone but dry and crepey under my eyes.

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  95. Marilyn Montague says:

    My skin looks like it’s melting off my face. I have such deep under eye circles and sagging drooping lids as well as losing elasticity in my skin.

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  96. Pat Donahue says:

    The lines,deep wrinkles are horrible. Would love to try this. Fingers crossed.

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  97. DLori27 says:

    I always love the opportunity to try and then review new skincare products. I look in the mirror and don’t recognize the image I see peering back at me. How scary. Good Luck To All and thank you for this wonderful chance to win a fabulous prize

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  98. Michest says:

    oh, my forehead looks like a roadmap….

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  99. gingerpye says:

    Showing signs of loosing firmness

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  100. Marie Doyle says:

    Lines around my mouth are now ruts…….would love to smooooooth them out. Wonder if this serum could do it?

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  101. Elyse says:

    Fine lines and forehead wrinkles.

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  102. Deborah Blake says:

    wrinkles and age spots

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  103. Colleen Boudreau says:

    Fine lines.

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