Wednesday, June 3, 2015

#Gojiku Serum-C 20%

Gojiku recently sent me a bottle of their Serum-C with 20% Vitamin C to try, and share my results with you all. Below you will find a product description provided by the company, as well as how the product worked for me and my honest opinion of it.






From Gojiku:
Serum-C™ is a must have skin care product, like a nutrient supplement that penetrates deep into your skin and energizes it from within by passing through the epidermis into the dermal layer, plumping out the fibrous structures made of substances such as collagen and elastin for improving the appearance of skin tone and texture, enhancing skin brightness for a more youthful appearance, retaining moisture, enhancing UV protection, and calming inflammation.
Ingredients
Key Ingredients: Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Plant-derived Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, Amino Acid Arginine, Ferulic Acid
Directions
First, patch test in a small area for skin irritations. Start with smaller amount every other day and you can increase frequency up to twice a day once in the morning, once in the evening. You might feel tingling sensation for the first few uses. The more you use Vitamin C serum, the more your skin can tolerate - Do not rush it. Apply 5-7 drops to the face, neck, and chest using fingertips each time after cleansing, toning and before applying moisturizer, and sun screen (for morning use). Do apply around the outer eye, avoid direct contact with eyes, just don't go over your lids or close to the eye area.
My Experience:
Vitamin C is essential for your skin because it helps protect it from environmental contaminants and damage. While protecting, it also lightens and repairs damage already caused by the sun and the environment, like dark spots or discolorations. I've found this serum to make my skin look brighter and helped lighten my darkened spots from the sun.

You can purchase this product here.

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