Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Winter skin saviour? Re-Gen Skin Radiance Serum.


A couple of weeks ago I received the Re-Gen Skin Radiance serum in the post. Normally I'm not one for branching out and trying new brands, but with my skin becoming so dry over the wintery season, I would just about try anything. Step in my new dream. I wanted to test the product to see if it was everything it claimed to be, and if it helped my skin. 

It claims to be an anti-wrinkle, skin rejuvenating and skin firming. All you have to do is use it daily (or when you need a pick me up), and massage into your skin 10 minutes before applying makeup, or use it as you would use a moisturizer. 90% of people who participated in their survey claimed that they had a visable improvement to their skin radiance within 7 days. 

Over the past three weeks I've used it pretty much every day and my skin is a whole different story. It's not as dry as it once was, it looks more full of life and I feel more confident walking out the house with a bare face. As a new mum it's hard to apply a full face of makeup every day apart from when I need a heck of a lot of concealer to hide all the broken sleep bags.

I apply the serum before my makeup instead of my usual moisturizer and then carry on with my normal skincare and makeup routine. It smells has a slight smell of what I can only describe as a baby product but it's not unpleasant. It takes a few minutes to settle into the skin and you can instantly feel it acting on your skin and making it feel firmer. It doesn't affect my sensitive skin and it doesn't flare up any of my rosesatia The serum was a thin consistency but it wasn't greasy at all. After it sank in it made my skin feel firmer and soft.

In the first week of using it I didn't see a difference but by the end of week three, my skin did not only just look better, but it felt better too. I would recommend this to anyone who is suffering from dry skin this December as it's a great perk me up!

Disclosure - PR samples are included in this post, all opinions are my own.

Until next time, 



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