This item was provided by OZ Naturals for review. All opinions are that of Nature’s Pulchritude and have not be influenced in any way, shape, or form.
Environmentally Friendly?: Yes, Recyclable Glass Container. 72% Organic Ingredients
Cruelty Free?: Yes
Vitamin C Serums are the hot new item on the beauty scene. Vitamin C Serums are used to brighten skin, fade dark spots, and even out skin tone and texture. The product does this by neutralizing free radicals, due to the high antioxidant content of vitamin C, and stimulating collagen production, which rids of fine lines and wrinkles.
This product is very simple to use and appears to be of good quality. The dropper makes it easy to use. I have seen an improvement in my skin, but am not sure if I can solely attribute it to this serum.
The serum has no scent which is great for evening use.
The serum is slightly more viscous than water which makes for fairly easy application.
The biggest concerns in this product are (2s)-2-amino-5-guanidinopentanoic acid, carbomer, phenoxyethanol and ethyl hexyl glycerin. Organic Herbal Infusion is a concern because it is not properly labeled, unless the blend is considered a proprietary trade secret. The assumption is that herbs are infused in water, but that is a stretch.
Overall, I have nothing bad to say about this product, but I also can not give glowing reviews. I have been using this product daily for about 2 weeks, which may not be a long enough time for me to see results. I will update this post in the future!