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Skin Booster Vitamin Shot Brightening
Rated 2 out of 5 by Marmoura from Scent? I don't know if mine is bad or that's how it is supposed to be. It has no good scent at all. It looks lovely but the dropper doesn't pick anything in it. I had to try a few times and not even sure if I got anything :(. I'm disappointed as I expected it to be lightly scented and do the hydrating work but it didn't work for me. The bottle wasn't even sealed which concerns me. The scent I got was a bit rubbery. I'm not a fan of it. There are so many hydrating serums and creams I prefer over it. I just thought the packaging looked cute and I am a fan of physicians formula makeup products. I wouldn't recommend it. I also disliked their rose all day serum that was strongly scented.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by nabubbles from Didn't work for my sensitive skin I was really excited to try this - it had a 5 star rating on beautypedia, is fragrance-free which is great for sensitive skin, it's full of beneficial ingredients, and it's cheap! Sadly this didn't work for me. I have very dry sensitive skin and rosacea, and I tried both the brightening skin booster and the time restoring one, at separate times a couple of weeks apart from each other. I put them on my face at night before going to bed. With both boosters I felt a bit of stinging but it went away, and my skin felt hydrated. But the next morning my face was red and bumpy and very irritated. These serums may work for someone with less sensitive skin than mine and if they do, they're a great bargain. But my hunt for an affordable, non-irritating serum will continue.
Date published: 2019-03-07