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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 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
thought this smelled good but did seem to leave my face a bit oily. i only tried a sample size so i can't really say too much about long term effects of line reduction. i didn't really see much difference but mabye if you use it for a longer amount of time?3
Instantly makes my face smoother, totally soothes and smooths my skin.5
This sample was too small to rate the effectiveness of the project.3
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 don't have many wrinkles, but for the small amount that are starting to show I did not feel this product made a difference. Maybe with the full sized version I would have been able to test it better. It does make my skin feel nice and smooth though.3
I was very excited when I saw this in my Birchbox. I use it before my daily moisturizer and it hasn't made my skin oily or shiny. The small sample size doesn't allow for the results that likely come after several weeks of use.3
I think it's hard to tell from the sample size if it does all the things it claims. But I have dry skin and it does do a good job moisturizing without making my skin feel too oily.4
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