Hi everyone, how are you doing? I can’t believe we are already in the fourth month of the year, 2020 is definitely turning out to be a bit of a weird one so far. Today I want to share with you my thoughts on the SkinChemists Acai & Goji Berry Serum that I have been using for some weeks now. I was kindly sent this product from SkinChemists’ themselves, so this is a #gifted post, but of course all opinions are my own!
The SkinChemists Acai & Goji Berry serum is rich in antioxidants. It aims to increase moisture and hydration deep in the skin. It also works to decrease redness and inflammation. The brand claims that this serum will rejuvenate the skin leaving it firmer and tighter, slowing down the ageing process.
The packaging is nice and sleek in a glass bottle with a little dropper applicator. This also comes in a SkinChemists box. A 30ml bottle will cost £39 which is pretty pricey, so lets see if it is worth it!
If you read my blog regularly you may already know that I have been getting on well with the SkinChemists Acai & Goji Berry serum as I mentioned it in my February favourites.
When I first received this serum, I was unsure if it was going to make much difference to my skin as the texture is SO thin, it is like water, and as soon as it is applied, it’s disappeared! But I persisted, using a small amount every evening; and sure enough I genuinely saw improvement in my skin with continued use.
Overall my skin health has improved. I tend to get quite a bit of redness in my skin and this definitely reduced that after a few weeks use. Because of this I feel my skin looks clearer and more even. I have also noticed that my skin feels more supple and ‘bouncy’, so if you have lacklustre tired skin, I would recommend checking this one out for sure.
I can’t say this increases surface hydration (I have my trusty Origins moisturiser for that!), but due to the fact my skin feels more supple, I do think it is working on that deeper level.
This one is pretty pricey, but it has made an overall difference with my skin and it’s a key part of my skin care routine now.
Would you try this one out? Let me know!