Liz Loves: Dr. Brandt’s Power Dose Vitamin C Serum
In the summer of 2010, Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX taught me what hyperpigmentation was. I will never forget the day the sun assaulted me and literally tanned a beard on the bottom half of my face. I was mortified when I finally got access to real running water. For the 1st time in my life, I spent more than $10 on skincare. $172.89 to be exact! After many failed attempts to get my skin back on track, serums were the real secret to expediting results and treating a targeted concern.
Serums are highly concentrated and chemically formulated to penetrate deeper into the layers of our skin. Making them far more effective than any oil, moisturizer, or cream. Dr. Brandt’s Power Dose Vitamin C Serum is hands down, the best skincare product I’ve ever used in my life. In a matter of one week, I saw a huge difference in my skin. It was smoother, firmer, and my complexion was incredibly radiant. My dark spots were literally peeling off my face revealing nothing but even skin underneath.
Dr. Brandt’s Power Dose Vitamin C has only 3 ingredients, all of which are naturally sourced forms of vitamin c. Those ingredients combined, contain the highest concentration of stabilized vitamin c your skin can absorb at a whopping 20%. Check out this quick breakdown of the ingredients below:
- Stable, Vitamin C-Derived Ethyl Ascorbic Acid: Helps to lighten dark spots, boost collagen production, and even out skin tone. Resulting in optimized resistance against free radicals & improved skin clarity.
- Ascorbosilane C, Silicium, And Vitamin C: Increases the cell membrane and aids in the protection against sun and free radicals; producing smooth, firm, and more radiant skin.
- Kakadu Plum: An Australian fruit rich with vitamin c. It Protects against free radicals; helping to even your complexion and firm the skin.
Overall, I would highly recommend this product and hope you love it as much as I do! I can’t lie the $69 price tag made me cringe and resulted in me wasting time on products that couldn’t even produce half of the same results. Please note, any serum regardless of its type should be transparent or a clear lightly tinted shade of yellow. If it’s a dark amber or some form of a creamy substance, you won’t get the same imminent results. It may be just as effective but will require more time to see the actual results. Before making any serious investments, always consult with an esthetician for a tailored skincare regiment to maximize results.
Comment below: What are some of your favorite serums?