Saturday, 1 December 2018

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum: hydrating, glowing and perfecting face serum - review

A face serum is an extra step in any skincare routine, is it worth the extra time and extra money?
Today’s the case of SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum, a sort of all in one anti-age & acne-fighter - and my experience with it.

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum, cruelty-free face serum

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum has been described as: “your skin’s new best friend” and “miracle in a bottle”; a product craved on the net, a versatile beauty solution to achieve a glowing and improved skin. 

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum: product & packaging 

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum is a skin treatment for all skin types and ages, formulated to be part of your skincare routine and makeup preparation.
This skincare product has been studied to improve skin texture so to minimize fine lines and wrinkles, remove acne scars and donate a natural glow, all while enhancing hydration for a supple skin.
The packaging is stylish and elegant: a 20ml-bottle which includes a dropper and plays with the black&gold timeless combination and matt/metallic contrast for its details.
The dropper helps to dose the product: 3 to 5 (for face and neck) drops are enough

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum is a skincare treatment based on the combination of vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, fish collagen and rosa Damascena oil.
It has a very short list of ingredients with added water and glycerine... 

Texture & scent
SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum has an oily texture and looks exactly like any cooking oil: a runny yellow liquid.
Its scent is quite peculiar: once open and used for the first time, one can detect the rose perfume but, very soon, a fishy odour becomes predominant.
It’s not a pleasant fragrance - as you can guess - but it seems to disappear (at least from your face).
During the application, its texture can feel sticky but, after put and dab on the skin, it vanishes in minutes or less. 

How to use:
SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum has to be applied on a clean face before other serums and before any cream. Daily and twice a day to get the maximum results, it can be massaged over the whole face, lips included.

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum, cruelty-free face serum

What did I feel?
I used SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum as recommended, morning and evening.
It dries very fast and leaves my skin smooth to the touch.
By using it regularly or religiously, I’ve noticed an improvement in my skin overall complexion with an even tone and brightness, firmer and elastic texture and a hydrated skin.
This product is suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive: I had no redness and no itchiness, no dry patches!
Day by day, my pores have shrunk in size but, at a closer analysis, SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum doesn’t avoid the creation of build-ups leading to occasional pimples and imperfections.
For that, I would alternate a vitamin A (retinol) serum/ treatment. 

gentle action and formula
short ingredient list
no synthetic perfume
very hydrating
perfecting and anti-ageing actions
suitable for all skin type and combination skin

unpleasant odour
sticky sensation (during application)
[not vegan]

SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum, packaging and texture

I’m not new to serums and I think they actually do an extra mile for me and, since I've been using SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum, my skin is visibly smoother and firmer, refined and glowy, feeling and looking well hydrated.
The company suggests it as a primer before foundation and make-up but its stickiness and odour definitely refrained me to use it with my beauty tools.
No matter this fact, I appreciated SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum as a common skin treatment and how it easily fits into my regime and combines with other products.
If you want to give it a go, SkinK
issed Vitamin C Serum is available on Amazon at 19.95£ and on the website with bundles to stock on it.
The Amazon deal is great - considering the results - but I think the sets are still quite expensive.
I would recommend 
SkinKissed Vitamin C Serum but if the idea of that weird odour bothers you.... you decide!

Valentina Chirico aka Valens

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