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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Solvaderm Ace-Ferulic Rejuvenating Serum


Another day, another product to review. This time I was fortunate enough to get my hands on Solvaderm's Rejuvenating Serum which promises to protect the skin from UV damage and fight the signs of photo aging. This product is specifically targeted towards people who are suffering from hyper pigmentation, sun damage, and premature skin aging. Overall, it's supposed to dramatically improve the skin's appearance, texture, and tone.

The timing of this review is perfect since summer's almost here and the chances of getting skin damage is much higher. I'll admit, the past couple summers I've acquired a bit of sun damage since some days I completely forgot to apply sunscreen. As a result, I've ended up with quite a large amount of freckles and dark spots *yikes*.

The first time I tried this serum, I was surprised at how easily it soaked into the skin and didn't leave it greasy. That's one of the things that I hate about serums, most of them leave my skin oily and it takes hours to soak into the skin. I didn't notice any differences with my skin until day six when I noticed a sun spot on my forehead was getting lighter. Finally! I've tried many different products to lighten that specific spot on my forehead yet nothing seemed to work, other than this. Hopefully in a couple weeks, some of the damage on my face will be gone. Other than this change, I've noticed this product is a great moisturizer and gives your skin a nice glow in seconds. Highly recommend this for people with dry, patchy skin who needs some life back into their skin!

Overall, I'm impressed with the product and will continue to use it to see better results. If you'd like to try out this product for yourself, head over to Solvaderm.com. You'll also be able to get free shipping automatically so it's worth a try!


Hope you enjoyed this post,


-Ruya


(Sponsored by Brandbacker and Solvaderm. All opinions are my own.)
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