I really like Azure Naturals. I’ve used quite a few of their products before and I’m always happy with the results. They have great quality products that really work. Except this one. I tried their Vitamin C Serum recently and used it exclusively for several weeks.
When I try a new serum, I look for several things. Smell, color, moisturizing abilities, and the feel of it on my skin after it dries are some of them.
Smell: This had basically no smell, which was great for me. I’m not a big fan of companies that add scent to their products.
Color: It was clear. This is also a good thing. Vitamin C serums have a relatively short life-span due to how volatile Vit. C is. It only lasts a few months (no worries, if used properly you’ll finish the bottle well before it goes bad) and starts to turn a brown color once it’s no good. This is partly why these serums usually come in a dark brown or blue bottle, it keeps the sun from damaging your product.
Moisturizing Abilities: This is where I started having issues. Most serums that I’ve tried keep my face feeling nice and supple to the point that I’ve stopped using moisturizing creams. This one didn’t. I felt the need to go dig out my old Clinique cream and slather it on by the third day.
Feel: It felt like nothing was on my face, and not in a good way. The moment it dried, I couldn’t tell if I even had any on. When comparing it to other serums I’ve used, this one falls pretty low down on the list.
I never saw any improvements on my face, including the dark circles under my eyes. They actually started getting worse. For awhile, they had been going away until I could barely see them anymore. When I stopped using my favorite serum to try this out, they got so bad I couldn’t even cover them with makeup.
The price is good for this though so I would say that if you’re younger, don’t have dark circles, or put a separate moisturizer on each morning, then you should try this. You can purchase it from Amazon.
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