Tuesday, 28 January 2014

L'Oreal Skin Perfection Serum

I've always hated the appearance of my skin without make-up on, and even if I had no spots or blemishes on my face at all, I would still be self conscious about the uneven tone as my skin is a little bit red around my nose and under my eyes. I recently bought L'Oreal's Skin Perfection Serum to add to my skincare regime and the results have left me a lot happier in my own skin.


The serum is lightweight so when you're applying it does feel delicate and after giving the serum a moment to sink in, your skin feels refreshed and smooth, which is exactly how you want your skin to feel in the mornings or at the end of a long day. The first time I used the serum was of a night time and I was surprised to wake up to noticeable results. The skin which is normally a bit redder around my nose was less visible and my skin still felt almost as smooth as it did when I'd first applied the serum hours ago. As I've continued to use the product, I am still over the moon about how transformed my skin looks and feels: the texture is more even, my pores are less visible and my skin feels smoother - even my boyfriend mentioned that my skin felt smooth the other night which was sweet. It really did everything it says on the bottle which I was pleasantly surprised at.

My problem area which now is more even in texture and tone
I apply two pumps of it every morning and night after cleansing and toning before moisturizing, so it is easy to pop into my routine and it is not time consuming at all. I will definitely be re-buying this L'Oreal's serum and if you haven't tried this serum yet, I would recommend this to anyone as it has worked wonders on my skin.

Lots of love


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  2. wow i'd love to try this out. great blog.
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    1. I would recommend it, it is a great product!
      Thank you, I'll check out yours xx


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