30ml 10% Vitamin C Serum £4.35 @ SR Skincare + £2.60 shipping @ SR Skincare
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30ml 10% Vitamin C Serum £4.35 @ SR Skincare + £2.60 shipping @ SR Skincare

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Found 21st Aug 2014
THIS IS FOR SORTING OUT YOUR SKIN, DON'T DRINK IT. I might drink mine, I prefer beer though which is why I'm trying this stuff.

Don't bother rubbing an orange on your face it won't work. I've tried it and lemons, ouch, don't do it!

I've just found this site and got a couple of acne products. They have literally amazing prices. I could have posted anything from the site, however for just toning up and making your skin glowing, this serum is just fantastic.

I could buy so much stuff from this site and their sister site.

I'm wondering what else I could say, anyone tried Hyaluronic acid, they do that as well. I'm getting the wrinkles now I'm in my 40's.

Anyway the wonder that is Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) this is simple and works.

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Original Poster

If you check the products then check the insanely expensive serums the celebs use, you can get them for a tenth of the price on this site. I'm going to get addicted to this stuff. 43 and who'd have guessed I'd go all Towie and Metrosexual, next I'll be cooking, listening to Opera and buying classical music, oh yes and visiting the ballet. I'm going to slightly rebel and smash my DAB radio, mainly because it's crap and doesn't work, ooooh anyone got a plaster?

Reviews are amazing. I'll definitely be trying this. Thanks op x

Original Poster

chrsinne

Reviews are amazing. I'll definitely be trying this. Thanks op x



Yes it's cheap, you need at least 10% Vitamin C to work, if you look on Amazon there are 20% serums out there but they cost a lot more. I've started using these products to tackle my new skin problem of acne, I'm 43 and it just started happening on my forehead in the last 18 months, really helpful Ah well there's worse things in life for sure.

If you look at the other products this company have you'll see a lot of the ingredients used in much much costlier branded products. I believe you can get really good effects using these products for a lot less money. After all you pay for the brand and the packaging on expensive products, the ingredients all come from the same sources. One of the sources is Sederma >

sederma.com/hom…spx?s=111&referer=google.co.uk/

fishmaster

Yes it's cheap, you need at least 10% Vitamin C to work, if you look on … Yes it's cheap, you need at least 10% Vitamin C to work, if you look on Amazon there are 20% serums out there but they cost a lot more. I've started using these products to tackle my new skin problem of acne, I'm 43 and it just started happening on my forehead in the last 18 months, really helpful Ah well there's worse things in life for sure. If you look at the other products this company have you'll see a lot of the ingredients used in much much costlier branded products. I believe you can get really good effects using these products for a lot less money. After all you pay for the brand and the packaging on expensive products, the ingredients all come from the same sources. One of the sources is Sederma >http://www.sederma.com/home.aspx?s=111&referer=https://www.google.co.uk/


Thanks op I use Elemis. Expensive, I have sensitive skin. Won't be losing much if this disagrees with me. I pass on to my daughter anyway. I am older than you! I have always taken care of my skin and am happy with results but not price of what I use now.
Let you know how I get on with this brand. x

Original Poster

chrsinne

Thanks op I use Elemis. Expensive, I have sensitive skin. Won't be losing … Thanks op I use Elemis. Expensive, I have sensitive skin. Won't be losing much if this disagrees with me. I pass on to my daughter anyway. I am older than you! I have always taken care of my skin and am happy with results but not price of what I use now.Let you know how I get on with this brand. x



OK yes that would be good feedback
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