About the brand

SkinCeuticals is a skin care company founded in 1994 by Alden Pinnell and Russell Moon. They have since "pioneered the advent of cosmeceuticals- products defined as on the cutting-edge between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals." * In 2005 the company was purchased by L'Oreal. Their products are sold online and in 25 countries worldwide. *Source: Company website

https://www.skinceuticals.com/

Overall rating
3.8
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66%
would repurchase
3.8
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Overall rating
66%
would repurchase

Latest SkinCeuticals Reviews

C E Ferulic
4.0
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a day ago

I'm writing this review from the perspective of a 26-YO. I'm giving this a 4-star rating for myself because the C E Ferulic Acid is labelled as "preventative". The Vitamin C and antioxidants in the serum are meant to decrease and prevent oxidative stress which causes wrinkles, fine lines, spots: all the signs of aging. Right now I'm experiencing larger pores, some sun spots on my nose, and a bit of bloating and these ingredients only target a few of these woes because this product seems more justified a purchase for more mature women. I can only hope that by the time I'm 30, that I'm not as wrinkly as I would be without this product (who knows?). The instructions are to apply 5 drops to your face, seal it in with a moisturizer, then wear an SPF (I use a La Roche Posay one). I have noticed more radiance, decreased discoloration from scars (also other things in my routine work), and brightness overall after a few weeks of use. I have to agree that the smell is a little FONKY, but please remember this is a performance product, not a luxury, feel-good product. The way I convinced myself to purchase this was that if a single visit for a spa facial costs $195, a $166 bottle of serum that will last me 2-3 months is not terrible in comparison. This is definitely one of those products that demands patience and a structured routine to combat the damage that's already been done to your skin.

C E Ferulic
4.0
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a day ago

I'm writing this review from the perspective of a 26-YO. I'm giving this a 4-star rating for myself because the C E Ferulic Acid is labelled as "preventative". The Vitamin C and antioxidants in the serum are meant to decrease and prevent oxidative stress which causes wrinkles, fine lines, spots: all the signs of aging. Right now I'm experiencing larger pores, some sun spots on my nose, and a bit of bloating and these ingredients only target a few of these woes because this product seems more justified a purchase for more mature women. I can only hope that by the time I'm 30, that I'm not as wrinkly as I would be without this product (who knows?). The instructions are to apply 5 drops to your face, seal it in with a moisturizer, then wear an SPF (I use a La Roche Posay one). I have noticed more radiance, decreased discoloration from scars (also other things in my routine work), and brightness overall after a few weeks of use. I have to agree that the smell is a little FONKY, but please remember this is a performance product, not a luxury, feel-good product. The way I convinced myself to purchase this was that if a single visit for a spa facial costs $195, a $166 bottle of serum that will last me 2-3 months is not terrible in comparison. This is definitely one of those products that demands patience and a structured routine to combat the damage that's already been done to your skin.


C E Ferulic
5.0
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12 days ago

When I was in my 30s, an esthetician introduced me to Skinceuticals (or it may have been Cellex-C back then - I believe there were 2 partners who eventually split, but had similar Vit. C products). I used the Vit. C serum religiously for a number of years and was amazed to see fines lines literally fade and disappear. Now with dryer skin, I'm using the C & E Ferulic and it still helps keep my skin looking almost 10 years younger. Some don't care or the smell, but it dissipates quickly and after 5-10 minutes I add a moisturizer, so it's not an issue. I've read where this product is not best for those with oily skin, and some of the reviewers / younger women complaining of breakouts might want to try the Serum 10 AOX+ instead.

C E Ferulic
5.0
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12 days ago

When I was in my 30s, an esthetician introduced me to Skinceuticals (or it may have been Cellex-C back then - I believe there were 2 partners who eventually split, but had similar Vit. C products). I used the Vit. C serum religiously for a number of years and was amazed to see fines lines literally fade and disappear. Now with dryer skin, I'm using the C & E Ferulic and it still helps keep my skin looking almost 10 years younger. Some don't care or the smell, but it dissipates quickly and after 5-10 minutes I add a moisturizer, so it's not an issue. I've read where this product is not best for those with oily skin, and some of the reviewers / younger women complaining of breakouts might want to try the Serum 10 AOX+ instead.

C E Ferulic
2.0
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2 months ago

i have tried 5 bottles of these expensive serum and zero difference. the smell and texture aren't great either. not for me. i was hoping for the wow factor given the price.

C E Ferulic
2.0
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2 months ago

i have tried 5 bottles of these expensive serum and zero difference. the smell and texture aren't great either. not for me. i was hoping for the wow factor given the price.