Friday, November 7, 2014

LA BEAUTE PURE Vitamin C Serum Review

LA BEAUTE PURE Vitamin C Serum Review

 Vitamin C serums are all the rage right now.  I remember when you only used vitamin C for scarring or stretch marks, but times have changed.  Vitamin C has several benefits for the skin and using it daily will help improve the overall health of your skin.  I have recently been introduced to La Beaute Pure vitamin C serum.  It's packaging is absolutely beautiful and it looks luxurious sitting on my bathroom counter.  It comes in a tinted brown glass jar and its label has a beautiful picture of oranges.  The syringe comes separate in a plastic zip lock baggie.  I opened the top and had expected to smell a citrus scent but instead the serum has no real scent at all.  I'm ok with that as I can be a bit sensitive to overpowering scents.

As you can see by my pictures, it has a very runny appearance and rolled right off my hand.  I decided the best way for me to use it was to mix it with my moisturizer.  This turned out to be the best way for me.  I felt like it also saved me the step of waiting for it to dry before applying my moisturizer.  

I like that it is all natural and a vegan formula.  It has the Certified Organic seal as well as the bunny logo that signifies it is not tested on animals.   It also contains a lot of natural plant materials  such as aloe, cassia seed, witch hazel, jojoba oil, gota kula extract, horsetail extract, geranium and dandelion extract. It also contains vitamin E and Hyaluronic acid.  The bottle does not say how much vitamin C it contains, but I did read a review comment on Amazon from the company that stated it contains 20%.  It was great to see the company interacts with its customers and responds to any concerns.  

How does it perform?  I have been holding off on writing my review as I wanted to give it some time to see results.  Serums do not perform overnight and need time to undo all the years of sun damage.  It has taken many years for my damage to occur and it will take some time to undo.  I have been using it for almost four weeks and at week three I started to see results.  I have some very dark sun spots on my forehead and cheeks which have started to fade.  I noticed that I do not have to wear as much concealer to cover them up and my overall hyper pigmentation is less noticeable.  

Overall, I am extremely thrilled with its results as well as the companies customer service.  If you are in search of a vitamin C serum that you can incorporate into your skin care regime, I would suggest reading what others have to say on Amazon.  You can learn more about La Beaute Pure vitamin C as well as purchase it on

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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