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You’ve aced Skincare 101: You drink plenty of water, log eight hours of sleep a night, and diligently apply (and reapply) SPF. But to get your advanced degree, you’ll want to invest in a targeted antiaging serum like this one from Kiehl's. Loaded with vitamin C and other potent ingredients, it smooths, brightens, and tones skin.
I am not sure it works, but I maybe it I bought the full size I would be able to tell, but I didn't like the scent.1
I found this to be ineffective. Usually I love Kiehls but this was just eh.1
I'm fairly young and luckily dont have many wrinkles so I cant really say if this works or not. The texture of the product felt really smooth and went on real light and non sticky.1
Unfortunately I can't really leave much of a review for this product considering hpw wimpy the sample size was. I am sure this is something that needs to be used for at least 4-6 weeks to see results, but I'm not going to spend that kind of money without knowing for sure that it would reduce my fine lines and wrinkles. It moisturized, I suppose, but was a tad greasy feeling where I use it, trying it out on this large wrinkle I have across my forehead, which is also the only spot on my face that ever gets "greasy." I say "nay" to this product.1
This works well as a primer, but isn't particularly moisturizing.1
So pretty much it made my skin feel way to slick and greasy, like i had a layer of goop on. I found my pores to be more clogged than i started with and i felt that it was just filling my wrinkles in like a primer not actually helping to reduce them. on top of that the sample was too small to decide if this would work long term.1
I feel most of the products that this brand offers are quite oily, whether lotions or facial serums. Also, the scent, although faint, reminded me literally of PineSol. Lastly, and I'm the first to admit I have super sensitive skin, this product caused a consistent stinging sensation upon application. Definitely not for me.1
This is basically just a bunch of derivatives of silicone and some vitamin C. I already use an unscented serum that has much more antioxidant capacity than this and is MUCH more affordable despite being much better quality. And a line reducer that you are not meant to use around your eyes? Kind of goes against the point. I'll stick with Paula's Choice.1
Not satisfied at all. Made my face VERY oily. And the sample size wasn't enough for much of anything.1
I can't actually speak to whether this works or not. I put it on the small wrinkles around my mouth and it started burning almost immediately. I had to wipe it off. No one has commented on it burning, so I'm not sure what the problem might be, but I definitely don't want to try it again. It hurt.1