After the last Vitamin C serum I tried out, I didn’t think I could be even more impressed by another Vitamin C serum, but here I am to tell you that Pure Body Naturals’ serum is indeed better!
Again, I went into this expecting some irritation, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that I had absolutely ZERO irritation with this serum. I’m not sure how they do it, because I do still feel like it’s doing something – my skin’s tone has become more even and some of the redness I normally deal with has all but disappeared.
The texture of this serum is equally great: liquidy without being completely runny, and it absorbs likety-split into my skin, leaving not a trace of any residue. Once it dries, it feels like I’ve got nothing on my skin at all.
I absolutely love the packaging. The dark glass bottle will keep the product fresh, as will the pump applicator – no exposure to the air! A few quick pumps is a perfect amount for my face and neck, and the pump supplied works great.
Overall, I absolutely love this serum. It surpassed all my expectations from effectiveness to consistency to packaging. I personally prefer it to the last serum I tried, but I’m totally partial to pump dispensers for my skin care products – if you prefer droppers or just don’t like pumps for some reason, definitely check out Mystelic Beauty Nature’s Best Vitamin C Serum. Otherwise, jump on the Pure Body Naturals one. You can’t go wrong!
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