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Thursday, 4 April 2019

Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum

*AD - GIFTED* It's been a while since we had a chat about new skincare goodies hasn't it? I like to think I've got a really good skincare routine and I'm happy with what I'm using. But, it never hurts to add something new does it? So, when I was sent the Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum I was looking forward to mixing things up.

About Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum

Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum

The Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum advertises that it heals acne prone skin, heals sun damage, improves fine lines and wrinkles, plumps the skin, improves hydration, increases skins elasticity and promotes radiant skin.

The ingredients include vitamin C (ascorbic acid), hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, green tea and ferulic acid. As well as being alcohol, sulphate and paraben free it is also cruelty free and vegan.

My Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum review

Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum

The Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum is in a 30ml dropper glass bottle. I really like dropper bottles for oils and serums as you get just the right amount of product so no wastage. The bright orange labelling is eye-catching and stands out on my dressing table.

The serum is an amber colour and exactly the consistency you would expect. A little goes a long way just 5 or 6 drops covers my face and neck.

This is my first time using acids on my face so I had no idea what to expect from it.

I am using the serum all over my face (but I do avoid my eyes) on a night after cleansing and toning and before my moisturiser. There is a slight tingle as I first put it on but it quickly stops and I certainly wouldn't say it is painful or uncomfortable.

From the first use my skin felts a lot smoother and softer and really hydrated. After around a week it looked brighter to me and felt really plump. By the second week friends at work were saying how well I looked and one of my close friends asked if I had a new highlighter. (FYI I had no make up on at all when I saw her!)

I really recommend washing your hands really well after putting it on as it does give them a slight orange tinge. Which is strange as no colour shows up on my face or neck.

After six weeks the serum hasn't caused any reactions or problems. My skin looks healthy and feels great. As it has only been six weeks I can't comment on the anti-ageing claims but I am here for anything that can keep away the fine lines longer for me.

My bottle is almost empty and I will definitely be replacing it as I can't recommend this serum enough.

You can get Generation Skincare Vitamin C serum here and it is £13.99.

Do you use acids? If you do please give me your recommendations as I would love to try more after using this.

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