Well it’s time to face the music… I’m 33 years old and I am starting to notice a lot of changes in my skin. Brown spots, redness, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles. Looking in the mirror and seeing all these changes can be borderline depressing. When you are in your teens and twenties you don’t often think of the future of your skin. So can you reverse the signs of aging or curb the aging process? You can, as long as you are diligent in your skin care routine, use sunscreen and find the right products.
That’s where this product comes in, Valentia Even Glow Serum.
Valentia is a vitamin C serum. Vitamin C serum’s are all the rage right now in the beauty world because its proven to even your skin tone by lightening dark spots and skin discoloration and replacing uneven skin. It also increases skin glow and radiance by giving your skin essential fatty acids.
The smell is yummy, it has citrus orange smell. It rapidly absorbs into your skin, leaving a soft texture.
It contains organic rose hip which is suppose to increase collagen and elasticity in your skin to prevent sagging and aging.
It also contains Hyaluronic Acid and Organic Sea Buckthorn oil which is suppose to plump the skin and reduce your wrinkles.
I’ve been using this for around a week and I have noticed a softer, brighter texture to my skin. My brown spots are still there but you are suppose to use this for at least six weeks before you notice a change.
You don’t have to replace your favorite skin care items to accommodate this into your routine, you should use this in addition to your regular skin care routine.
Also, don’t limit this to your face, I add a few drops of this into my favorite moisturizing lotion and use it on my neck and chest, and even my hands.
In conclusion, I like this serum, I feel that I will need to use the rest of the bottle over the next few weeks to see if it works the way it claims to, but so far I am enjoying the softness of my skin!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.