For the past few months I’ve been trying out the Valentia Even Glow Serum provided by Brandbacker. The serum is an antioxidant treatment with 20% vitamin C, which aids with healing and is vital for anti-aging. It also contains other vital ingredients, which I will touch on more later in the review.
The serum has a light, citrus scent with a slight medicinal undertone. The smell is very pleasant, which is consistent with other reviews I’ve read from Amazon. Ingredients are 98% natural and organic, so there is no worry of strange or foreign chemicals. The vitamin C comes from rose hip seed and sea buckthorn oil. Combined with natural plant stem cells, hyaluronic acid, and green tea extract – it provides a powerful healing and anti-aging punch.
At first glance, the color was a bit off-putting. Usually when I think of serums, I think of clear and thin liquids. This serum is thin, but is a somewhat opaque yellow color. When spread out, it glides on the skin like silk. When warmed up from blending the scent is intoxicating.
I immediately noticed the serum evened out my skin tone and gave my skin a healthy, vibrant glow. It absorbed within a few minutes but left he radiance. I used this alone during the day and also tried it under foundation as a primer. If you have dry skin, especially like I do in the winter, this will be a great alternative to moisturizer. I would avoid the eyelid area since the serum has oils.
Here is a complete list of ingredients to see if this serum is right for you:
I was very pleased with this serum and believe that over time it will provide great anti-aging benefits. If wearing through the day you will still need to combine with an SPF for sun protection. I’ve noticed a definite “healthy glow” but haven’t found any youth reversing miracles just yet. Do I believe in this product? With the great organic ingredients combined with healthy oils and hyaluronic acid, I would answer that with a definite…YES!
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