I received a small vile of this nectar when I purchased a few Darphin products as gift for my mother. I'm 22 years old, so I am not using other Darphin products (I actually use skin-care products from a shop on Etsy that has AMAZING products & costs far less for better results). However, my mother doesn't like skin-care oils so I kept this one for myself.
I do like how it makes your skin glow and my skin not only feels better, but it LOOKS better in the morning (I apply this at night about 1-2 times a week, always after I wash my face). But I do also use the "Full of Grace" facial serum from LUSH that I noticed works just as well on it's own, without this 8-flower nectar.
I understand that this product is made with a plethora of natural nectars which do wonders for the skin; however, after doing some research, I discovered that not ALL of the ingredients in this product are natural & the Iris extract seems to do most of the work in terms of what this nectar does for your skin. The Full of Grace serum from LUSH is a preservative free bar which has worked for me for months, and I get the same results from that as I do from this nectar (and the LUSH serum only osts $15). I also do not like that this product does not advertise that it is NOT tested on animals, and LUSH is against animal testing.
All in all, if you're looking for a facial serum or "oil" that helps with aging and actually renews your skin, try the Full of Grace from LUSH instead. Like I said, I'm 22 and after using Full of Grace for just ONE month, people were asking me what I do for my skin to make me look so youthful, dewy, and vibrant. Strangers in the grocery store even ask me! So save your money on this product and try the LUSH one instead!