One of Dermalogica’s latest products, the Biolumin-c Serum touched down in South Africa a few weeks ago and it’s been a hit so far. I’ve recently been reading more and more about the benefits of Vitamin C for your skin and it’s one of the key ingredients in this serum!
Brightening Vitamin C Serum
I’ve been using a few Dermalogica products this year – my favourite being the Ultra Calming Water Gel (which is a travel must-have) as well as the Sound Sleep Cocoon which I’m almost finished using. I was really interested to try out this serum though as lately I’ve noticed my pigmentation is being more noticeable.
Pigmentation is a whole other blog post on its own. Especially as I’m only really starting to read up on it lately and definitely want to find out more facts before posting anything about it.
Having said that though, this post by Victoria on Kiss, Blush and Tell was really helpful. I recommend popping over to give it a read about how beneficial Vitamin C can be for helping treat sun-damaged skin.
More Information On This Serum
Dermalogica claims that this Biolumin-C Serum delivers 3 times more Vitamin C into the skin that leading competitors due to its advanced technology.
The key ingredients in this serum are as follows:
Vitamin C complex:
powerful antioxidant for brighter, firmer, more radiant skin
helps cell turn over for brighter and more hydrated skin
sophora japonica flower extract
calms skin and combats oxidative stress
salvia hispanica (chia seed) oil
hydrate and prevent free radical damage
The combination of these key ingredients is meant to help Brighten; Firm & Defend your skin.
My Thoughts On This Serum
While I can’t say that I’ve noticed a difference in my pigmentation as of yet (it will definitely take a while for me to see any change), I can say that I definitely notice an improvement in my skin’s firmness. I can instantly see more of a ‘plumpness’ in my skin when using this serum. I was only using it at night but I’m trying to get into the habit of using it twice a day in order to reap the benefits of the Vitamin C.
As far as packaging goes, I really enjoy the dropper packaging as well and a little bit of this product goes a long way.
Do you use any serums with Vitamin C in?
This product retails for R1,495.00 for 30ml available here.