I think there is a misconception with serums that you have to have dry and mature skin to use them, this is so wrong! You can be any age with any skin type – there WILL be a serum to suite your skin.
I have been trying out the Apivita Natural Serum for hydrating. I stumbled across this when i was buying some table lamps from Marks and Spencers – i always check out there beauty department because i think it has some really impressive things its range.
The Natural Serum contains a very high percentage of natural ingredients (98%)
This is what is in and out of the serum.
|Oat & lecithin||Propylene glycol|
|Chaste tree||Mineral oil|
|Geranium essential oil*||PCM|
|Green tea infusion*||NM|
Day and night apply a few drops on face and neck after cleansing. It recommends to use apivita face creams after the serum but to be honest i use my Aveda Hydrating lotion and it works just fine. I use this all over the face and get stuck into the eye area too! – obviously not in your eyes though!
I use a extra drop or two for my neck – not a lot of good having a fresh face and a saggy neck in years to come! (well i hope my face will be fresh!)
I think the packaging, it is easy to understand and it comes with a really good leaflet inside the box too. the bottle is a bright blue and i think it is made from recycled materials. It has a pipette applicator which is east to use and ensures you get the right amount of drops each time.
For me it does what it says on the bottle – HYDRATES. I use it both Am & PM and feel the hydrated feeling lasts all day.
For me i do think it is a little expensive at £29.50 for 15ml. A little seems to go along way with this products and although this is expensive it does work, if you are wanting to try other hydrating serums you could also try Hydraluron which is available at boots.
X Leanne X