New Radiance Naturals Vitamin C Serum

by - January 14, 2015

 I've been using Vitamin C on and off for my skin for a couple of years now and don't really know how I feel about it. I know that vitamin c is an antioxidant and it helps fight wrinkles and age spots so I tend to get back on the horse every now and then. My latest attempt and making this part of my skincare regiment was with my New Radiance Naturals Vitamin C Serum.

I was thrown off immediately by the fact that the bottle wasn't opaque. I have always been under the impression that light wasn't supposed to be let in to vitamin c serums otherwise it wouldn't work as great. But that could all have changed with the formulation and because this only uses 20% an exception could have been made.

I liked that this serum wasn't super thick so it was easy to mix with my Ole Henriksen nightly serum. After a few nights of doing that I decided to give it a go solo in order to give it a proper trial. I have to admit that I don't suffer from bad skin. Genetics, plus years of being diligent with my skincare routine has given me what I dub Zombie Skin. When I get a pimpled every 6-8 weeks I can't help but pick at it to death. It's something I know sooo many of us are guilty of and only admit it after someone else mentions it. But thanks to this Zombie Skin, my cells seem to regenerate at warp speed so the effects of my bad habit aren't noticeable for too long. The reason I admitted that is because I really couldn't judge this serum based on it's ability to diminish dark spots because it didn't make anything go away any quicker than normal.

I did notice that my skin felt a lot softer so that's a plus. I would recommend this for anyone with stubborn spots that won't go away, or that are not going away quick enough. This is especially recommended for those that have tried retinol and feel that it's too harsh for their skin.

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