Recently, I was kindly sent this product to try for free from SkinKissed (all opinions are my own). I have to admit, I am very lazy when it comes to skincare, so trying this product out has made me a little bit less lazy. I have used half the bottle up now, so I feel like I am in a good position to let you know how I have been getting on with it.
This is their only product at this point in time; they have focused all of your attention on this one little bottle. The RRP is £39.95 for 20ml (a little goes a long way). It can be purchased from their website, or on Amazon. They offer a 30-day money back guarantee, and you will receive free worldwide delivery on all orders. Another bonus is that the product is made in the UK and it is cruelty-free.
Here are the benefits you can look forward to:
- It doesn’t contain any oil
- It works well as a primer for your foundation
- It contains 3 main active ingredients: Vitamin C, Collagen and Hydrochloric Acid
- Leaves your skin feeling soft and fresh
- Reduces the of look wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes including acne
- Hydrates and plumps the skin
I have been using the serum twice a day for around three weeks now (I have used around ½ of the bottle so far). I have seen some results in this time, but I think I need to use the entire bottle so I can be 100% sure of this.
I have been using it as a primer for my makeup during the day. I have also been applying it to my skin in the evenings before I go to bed. My skin is a little bit oily; I think the serum has improved this since I first started using it. My cheeks tend to be a bit red and blotchy, but I think the serum has toned this down a bit. I can’t comment on the anti-ageing benefits because I am only in my 20’s.
I will use the entire bottle up because I think it works really well as a primer. I won’t be buying another bottle though because my skin can’t get all the benefits.
Can you see a difference in my skin? Have you tried this serum before?
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