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on 5/27/2015 7:04:00 PM
More reviews by CatLadyOz
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Om She is a lovely range, I wonder why it isn't more well known! Great well researched ingredients, leaves the harsh stuff out and a great price. I prefer natural skin care, organic ingredients and no animal testing and this brand ticks all those boxes yay! I hate alcohol added to face creams and too many fill-in ingredients so another two ticks for this serum. It contains sodium hyaluronate, a popular anti-ageing ingredient, Vitamins C and E, well known for skin health, Collagen and Rosehip oil known for its moisturing and anti-ageing properties. I love how this serum contains several of these great ingredients all together in one serum and no "fillers" like alcohol and fragrance which is bad for your skin but instead has some lovely natural ingredients like rose water which makes it smell lovely. It cost me $19 Australian dollars at Priceline. It is a gel serum, not rich and oily which means it suits my blemish prone skin and it sinks in well although is quite runny. No miracles, but it moisturises well and makes me feel good. Well recommended and well worth a try for the price.
on 5/8/2013 8:41:00 PM
More reviews by MaryD85
Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm
Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium
I love this product. As the previous reviewed said, the runny consistency does make it a bit more difficult to apply on the face, but putting that aside, this cream has worked wonders for me. I have noticed such an improvement in my skin. My mother also uses the cream and I have noticed her skin has improved in a matter of days. I have also noticed that it has helped to even out my skin tone and plump up my skin. It is so rare to find a product in Australia that has hyaluronic acid, without costing anywhere up to $130. Highly recommend this to any age group and any skin type.
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on 2/6/2010 7:47:00 AM
More reviews by luckylouie
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
This is an australian product that can be found at some Priceline pharmacies and some department stores but not many. A pity because their products are really nice and very reasonably priced. This serum is basically hyaularonic acid with vitamins c and e, amino acids and rose extract. Ignore the name, it does absolutely nothing to lift the face or skin, but it is a light, non greasy moisture boost with a lovely fragrance that can be worn on its own or under another cream. I personally find it light enough to use during the day. When I use this consistently my skin does appear brighter and a bit firmer, and it certainly does plump fine lines. The form of vitamin c is ascorbic acid 2 gluconate (also known as ascorbyl glucoside), which is ascorbic acid stabilised with glucose. There isn't much research on it, but the research that is available says that it is a stabilised and non irritating form of vitamin c. Used a couple of times a week, I find a bottle lasts about 3 months, and during that time I have not seen the serum change colour, which would suggest that it is not oxidising. Although I am normally sensitive to vitamin c in skincare, this doesn't irritate my skin at all. Price is around $19AU for 30mls in a dark glass pump bottle. Excellent value as there are very few hylauronic acid serums available in Australia. One lippie off because the consistency of the serum is as thin as water which makes using it a bit messy and can be wasteful. I get around this my transferring it to a dark glass bottle with a dropper, so I can apply a drop to my forehead, cheeks, hands and a couple of drops to my neck and chest very precisely.
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
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