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We’ve been searching for a way to help us cover up our skin sins of the past. (Beet-red sunburns, we’re looking at you.) Consider our search over: This retinol-enhanced antiaging serum is backed by solid science. Not only do the clinically tested ingredients zap wrinkles, age spots, and acne scars, but they also fade redness for silky, zenned-out skin.
I'm in my late 20s, and so I haven't given wrinkles much thought, nor have really altered my skincare routine much. Maybe that makes me unfit to write a review, but I'm going to anyway. I didn't care for the greasiness of this product. You could not wear this at daytime at all, and need to apply it well before bed to give it a chance to soak into your skin.1
I bought this serum because it seemed to be a dream come true: incredible ingredients (retinol, for anti-aging, reducing age spots, acne scars, redness, etc.), clinically tested, well-regarded brand, and, the BEST factor of all: you can use it on your eye area! It's non-irritating! It says so in the description and on the bottle! I don't have sensitive skin, have never had an issue with any product, and know/practice gentle eye-area dabbing. This is the first time in over 30 years that I have had a consistent reaction to a product. Not only is it irritating to the eye area, but that causes tears, which force me to gently tap a tissue on/around my eyes so often that I end up with dry eyes and tissue "dust"/particles on my lashes and eye area. That's the exact opposite of what using the product should do. It may be a home run for your face, a total grand slam in satisfying and delivering results on every other promise it makes, but if you want a product that you can use on your face, neck AND eye area, and it is a total fail for your eye area, then frankly, it's a total fail. You purchased it because it promised all three, and it doesn't deliver on that promise for all three.1
This product made my eyes well shots. I don't know what's in it apparently there are some herbs or other Nashly found ingredients that produce allergens. That should be disclosed1
This product made my face feel very oily. It took forever for it to absorb. After 2 uses I developed a very bad cystic acne breakout on my jaw, which I haven't had happen in over a year so I have to imagine that it was caused by slathering oil all over my face right before bed. I probably should have taken a look at the ingredients before using.1
I won't be buying this. Shortly after beginning to use I started breaking out really bad. Might just be me - but I wouldn't recommend.1
This is just not for me. I have acne and it made it worse.1
I'm not crazy about any product that advertises as Anti-wrinkles because it promotes insecurities. At least just call it a moisturizer that provides your skin with hydration and natural anti-dryness.1
I think I am allergic to something in this product - the entire time I was using it my face was red and broken out, and immediately after I stopped using it, my skin starting to go back to normal. It was one of the worst breakouts of my adult life. This brand is generally good and safe, but this one was absolutely not for me.1
I'm fairly young, so I really have no need whatsoever for a wrinkle-repair serum. I tried it anyway, and I hated the way it felt on my skin. It was thick and goopy, and made my skin feel greasy for hours. And in a Texas summer, the last thing I need on my face is something heavy and greasy, that fixes a problem I don't have. The packaging was nice though.1
I am 22, and I just don't feel like I need wrinkle cream rather than moisturizer. It just was not relevant to my needs. No thanks.1