It’s time to look at the advantages and downsides of two anti-aging products – Plexaderm VS Kremotex.
These 2 creams are slightly different mostly in one aspect only.
So which of them makes a better deal overall?:
- more promising formula
- better results
- less side effects
I look at each product’s details, in order to give you the best recommendation.
Note: This review is based on my experience + research on these 2 products.
#1 – Ingredients – WINNER: Plexaderm
In my opinion, Plexaderm’s compounds are better compared to Kremotex:
- contains several major anti-aging ingredients
- also has some plant extracts and UV protection substances
So on paper, Plexaderm should be more concentrated – while Kremotex could have a less intense effect.
But in reality, they are both weaker than they should be.
So let’s check them out more closely.
Note: I analyzed the key ingredients of the two skin care products.
1. Plexaderm’s Ingredients
If you really think of it, the full list of ingredients of Plexaderm is quite short.
But here are the key ingredients worth mentioning:
- Argireline (peptide) – reduces visible lines 
- Soluble Collagen – has a filler-like action for fine lines 
- Hydrolyzed Rice Protein – keeps moisture in the skin 
Even if there are only a few active ingredient this serum, I still think it’s better.
That’s also because the full ingredient list is available on the brand’s website.
But keep in mind that this serum is only for the short-term.
In other words – its effect will literally last for hours.
The whole formula points to an aesthetic product – so don’t expect too much (in terms of anti-aging).
2. Kremotex’s Ingredients
Honestly – I expected more from Kremotex because it has a lot of 3rd party reviews.
But after looking further, there isn’t any list of ingredients and I consider that a red flag.
There are only 6 ingredients that are briefly mentioned:
So I just want to highlight the only 2 main compounds it has:
Honestly, these ingredients are quite common in almost all anti-aging cream.
So I don’t think they are strong enough to reduce wrinkles and drastically improve the skin.
Since Kremotex is a facial cream, having this weak formula is not a good sign.
So overall – it looks like a pretty generic product (in terms of composition).
Comparing these 2 products – it’s obvious that Plexaderm has a more complex formula:
- contains 2 major skin care compounds
- contains plant extracts and protein
Since Plexaderm is meant for the under-eye area, anti-aging compounds are a must.
Kremotex is designed for the whole face, so its formula could be less concentrated – but it should also be strong enough.
And unfortunately, that’s not really the case.
Overall – I find both formulas rather weak and lacking vital substances.
But if I have to choose one, it would be Plexaderm.
#2 – Consistency & Dosage – WINNER: Plexaderm
One of the requirements I look for in this chapter are the proper instructions.
Also – a photo/description of what the product looks like is a plus.
I looked for this serum on several websites to see how it looks like:
- slightly thick
- beige color (light to medium)
- light chemical scent
Based on the Plexaderm’s website, here are some tips and directions on how to use it:
- Apply it in upward and outward strokes.
- Make sure to wait for 10 minutes until it soaks in.
- Apply the serum daily.
- You can use makeup with dry/powdery formula.
- You can use an oil-free moisturizer 10-20 minutes prior.
These details are quite helpful, since it gives customers the right knowledge on using the serum.
So Plexaderm looks pretty good at this chapter.
Honestly, it’s quite disappointing for an overhyped product to not have complete info.
And this includes a lack of proper instructions and cream description.
But that’s the case of Kremotex.
Now, here are the few details I could find about it:
- creamy white texture
- thick consistency
- light perfume scent
And since this is a normal facial cream, I assume you should apply it as any other product of this type.
However – there’s no info about whether it should be used once or twice daily.
Details like consistency and dosage are essential in any topical product.
So in this case – it’s only that Plexaderm fits the criteria.
In Kremotex’s case, there’s only the expected progress of results.
That’s why it’s quite obvious which product is the winner.
#3 – Results – WINNER: Plexaderm
Any product should have some authentic testimonies in order to be considered a winner.
With that, I looked at the reviews of people who tried these products.
And I could concluded that Plexaderm has way more authentic and detailed reviews.
Note: I only analyzed authentic reviews, not promotional or fake ones.
Having a lot more reviews (positive or negative), Plexaderm dominates this chapter.
So here’s what most people say about this serum:
- A lot of users say it worked well for their fine lines.
- Most comments talked about how it quickly covered the problems.
- Some complained about receiving a dried-up product or an empty bottle.
- There are also some comments about a defective pump.
For a product, it’s quite normal to see a mix of good and bad reviews.
I think it’s better than not having any testimonies – and it also proves that the product is real.
So based on these comments, we can conclude that Plexaderm is effective for many users.
Now – Kremotex only has a very limited number of reviews, which is not a good sign.
So let’s see what the people wrote about it:
- Some users said that it’s a good product.
- Others claimed their lines were gone pretty fast.
- A lot of people encountered problems with refunds and hidden fees.
- There were users who received unsealed products.
Actually – the majority of these comments were negative (the whole number of reviews is quite small, actually).
And in my view, its few positive reviews sound generic and promotional.
Right away – Plexaderm is better than Kremotex in terms of results.
Even though there are some negative comments, they are still good – because of authenticity.
As for Kremotex, the main role of its positive comments may be to hide the reality.
This cream is not outstanding in real life – as opposed to all the biased 3rd party reviews.
#4 – Side Effects – WINNER: Kremotex
Side effects are quite normal in topical products.
However, they are also quite minor and insignificant in anti-aging creams.
So far – Kremotex is better than Plexaderm, because it doesn’t cause any serious issues.
Here are the most common side effects experienced by some users:
- skin abrasion/redness
- eye and skin irritation
- burning sensations/swelling
I have to be honest with you – these side effects are quite serious.
And the main reason is that the overall formula of this serum is very strong.
But as I said – compared to a typical anti-aging cream, these issues are a lot more dangerous.
That’s why Plexaderm isn’t a very safe anti-aging product.
In my view – this cream doesn’t have a lot of listed side effects because of its weak formula.
There was only one user who complained about pimples and breakouts.
But one review is not enough to state these issues as a side effect.
Now here are the possible adverse reactions of this product:
- skin irritation
- allergic reactions
Honestly, these are some common side effects any topical product can give.
So they’re not specific to Kremotex.
Since its formula is pretty weak and basic, this cream shouldn’t be too dangerous here.
In terms of side effects, Kremotex is safer than Plexaderm.
But that’s only because of its weak formula (that can have no anti-aging results as well).
Meanwhile – Plexaderm has several complaints.
#5 – Price – WINNER: Kremotex
I choose the winner of this chapter based on the following criteria:
- cheaper price
- better deals
- product amount/volume
And so far – Kremotex fits the requirements better than Plexaderm.
I will explain more the pricing of each product below.
Note: I will only analyze the price of the 2 skin care products (without the other products from their range).
Plexaderm has 3 options when it comes to product sizes and bundles:
- Trial Pack (6 applications) – $14.95
- Full bottle (5 ml) – $59.95
- 3 bottles pack – $119.90
Honestly – the pricing is quite expensive given the fact that it’s only made for the under-eye area.
But it has a trial pack version – so if you only want to test it out, this may be a good option.
Overall – for an aesthetic product, Plexaderm is way too expensive.
I checked out this cream on Amazon and it comes in a single pack and a triple pack.
However – I want to highlight the cheapest price you can find it for.
So let’s take a look at the pricing at Kremotex’s website:
- A jar costs $119.99 (but it’s discounted to $35.99)
- Offers a money back guarantee
- Free shipping is included
Also – a jar only contains 30 ml of product.
That’s not a huge volume, but it’s still much better than Plexaderm.
But as a facial cream, I still consider the quantity very small (for the price).
Just keep in mind that this product will not last a month (given this quantity).
So you might need to repurchase it again within a couple of weeks.
Basing on the criteria above, Kremotex is a better deal:
- cheaper for the quantity
- more product volume
- offers several bundle option
However – the overall performance of this cream is not impressive (in my view).
Plexaderm works well for most of the customers – but still, it’s very expensive.
So if I had to choose between these 2, I would stick to Kremotex, only because it’s cheaper.
But for this budget, I suggest you a better alternative.
I’m talking about a product that costs $60 – but it has a much better anti-aging effect.
#6 – Pros & Cons
If you’re still unsure between Plexaderm and Kremotex, I listed some points you might want to consider.
Here are the advantages and disadvantages of each product.
My Verdict – Plexaderm Or Kremotex?
Short answer: Probably Plexaderm – since it scored better overall:
- Plexaderm won 3 chapters
- Kremotex won 2 chapters
These two products are made to target different areas.
Plexaderm is made for the under-eye and Kremotex is designed for the whole face.
But they are both used in the facial area, so they can be compared.
After a thorough side-by-side comparison, I would say that Plexaderm is slightly better:
- stronger ingredients
- complete product info
- more satisfied customers
However – if I had to recommend the best product for visible signs of aging, it wouldn’t be any of them.
So what’s my #1 alternative?
The option I’m talking about is Kollagen Intensiv from Skinception:
- Excellent formula with clinical evidence behind.
- Long-term and skin-deep benefits.
- Very good at fighting the visible signs of aging.
- Works way better than Plexaderm and Kremotex.
Normally – its standard price is around $60.
But in the best case, you can get it for only $36, which is a great deal.
So if you really want to invest in a good anti-aging product, go for this option instead.
I have seen its effect myself, that’s why I’m so confident about it.