Review: Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum

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Today I am going to review Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum for you all. I received this product in the May 2018 Edition of My Envy Box. The review is quite late, I know but better late than never. Now that it is going live, I just hope it is useful for you all. Without blabbering much, let’s dive into the review…

Claims:

*Daily dose of vitamin C to boost collagen and skin elasticity
*Against animal testing
*No parabens and sulphates

Ingredients:

Jojoba Oil, Oil Soluble Vitamin C, Orange Essential Oil, Lemon Essential Oil, Bergamot, Lemongrass and Vitamin E

Cost:

Rs. 950 for 50 ml

Shelf Life:

12 months

Availability:

Amazon

Packaging:

Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum comes in a dark brown, semi-transparent, glass bottle to prevent it from light oxidation. It has a golden dropper for easy and mess-proof dispensing of the product.

Smell:

Mesmerizing, citrus scent

Texture and Consistency:

This yellow colored serum has an oily texture and a consistency little bit on the thick side.

My Experience with Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum:

This review is based upon my oily, acne prone, sensitive and problematic skin. When I got this serum in hand, I instantly knew it was going to be very beneficial for my skin. After all, it is the advantageous Vitamin C. Since I have mentioned it earlier as well, that I use a derma roller (0.3 mm) every three weeks, I knew this was going to be a great combination for the skin.

Actually, derma rollers work very efficiently on the skin if you use them at proper intervals of time and in a prescribed way. They boost skin collagen and help you get rid of most of your skin issues. After using it, you should go ahead and apply a vitamin C serum or something that helps skin heal faster, get moisturized and better.

I previously used Natural Bath and Body “Vitamin C and Grape Fruit” Vital Nourishment Cream but as soon as it got over, I got this Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum and everything was sorted in my life. I applied a few drops of this serum on my face after derma rolling and left it for around five minutes to get properly absorbed into the skin. You can also use Hyaluronic Acid Serum or Gel after derma rolling in case you don’t have a Vitamin C serum or cream. In that case, I will highly recommend using the Ryaal Zero Oil Free Moisturizing Gel (not sponsored).

So starting off with the actual review now, I love the packaging. It is very convenient because it has a dropper. Since it is a see-through bottle, you can also keep a check on the quantity left. You just need three to four drops per application and this is way, this product is going to last you really really long. Initially, it had a strong but mesmerizing citrus scent to it but now I feel like the smell has decrease or I have become used to it.

It is not the lightest concoction you may be putting on your face but it isn’t extremely heavy or uncomfortable either. As long as you love a product’s results, you get used to how it feels, right? Mostly, I like to apply this serum at night so that my skin gets to soak better nutrients from it. On regular usage, it helped my derma roller show quicker and even better results.

I use it with my derma roller every three weeks and it heals the skin quickly. But as I apply it every night, even when I am not needling my skin, I can notice a lot that it does. First of all, it has helped me get rid of blemishes and reduces acne to a great extent. It has also added a beautiful and a very healthy glow to my skin.

The best thing I noticed about it that it reduced the discoloration around my mouth. Thus, it reduces hyperpigmentation very effectively. My mum also uses it regularly for reducing the hyperpigmentation around her neck area. She seems to notice almost the same results. In addition to these ways, one more way I take this serum into use is to lighten some old scars on my body.

Overall, this is a great investment for the skin and does not disappoint me in any way. It shows good results whatever I use it for. Also, it neither irritates my skin nor gives any side effects. It also does not irritate my sensitive nose at all. Also, its packaging, price point, results – everything is justified to me on the basis of its performance.

Pros of Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum:

*Very little quantity required
*Ingredients list mentioned
*No side effects
*Doesn’t irritate the skin
*Reduces hyperpigmentation
*Treats and prevents acne
*Lightens acne scars
*Adds a healthy glow to the face
*Value for money
*Convenient packaging
*Free from parabens and sulphates

Cons of Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum:

*Only available online
*Smaller quantity or tester should be available

Will I purchase it?

Yes. I already knew the benefits of Vitamin C for the skin and knew that this product will be promising but it worked even better. I would, therefore, definitely purchase it because it is a God gift for me.

Will I recommend it?

Yes. If you want a good investment for a blemish-free, radiant skin, you must give this product a try.

Is it worth the money?

It may sound pricey to a lot of people but to me, it doesn’t. The result it shows is extremely amazing and satisfactory. Thus, I find the price point completely okay and this is why this product is highly worth the money according to me. Also, one bottle is literally going to last you for around a year because you need the smallest quantity.

My Ratings: 5/5

*Not a sponsored post; Product received in My Envy Box May 2018

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2 thoughts on “Review: Plump Skin and Hair Food Vitamin C Serum”

  1. Ye mere paas bhi hai, subscription box me mila hai aur recently husband isko daily raat me laga rahy hain, unke forehead n face per se daag kaafi kam ho gaye hain 😊

     

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