Friday, March 9, 2012
Nutriganics drops of youth review
Price: 275DKK or 30$
Packaging: a green glass bottle with a glass dropper. I like the look of the glass bottle, it looks like it will be good for you, I am not too crazy about the dropper, I feel like I may have a hard time getting the last bit of product out of the bottle with the dropper. The dropper does give you the perfect amount of product needed for one application. All in all the packaging is not bad.
What it is: Drops of youth is a serum/concentrate in a light gel form. It is supposed to be applied on a clean face before your moisturizer.
What it promises: Softer, hydrated and overall healthier looking skin.
I must admit that my expectations of this product may have been a little too high to begin with. I am not quite sure what I expected but I think I expected a miracle product (I know.. silly me).
I have enjoyed using this very much, it feels nice on the skin and it really does add a little extra hydration. My skin does feel softer and more hydrated than before I started using this, and I certainly think that this products helped me get through the winther months without as much dry and patchy skin than usual.
As far as visible results go, this has not really improved my skin that much. No change in fine lines, pigmentation, red spots or anything. But I don't really have any wrinkles and almost no fine lines so I can't really say if it would improve fine lines or wrinkles on others.
One thing I did notice was that I had no problems with enlarged pores while using this, it seems to kinda balance my skin out a bit wich is great.
So although I have not seen major results with this product I will continue to use it, it is afterall better to prevent premature aging than trying to turn back the clock. And it certainly is a nice and nourishing serum. Compared to other serums out there the price is actually really resonable and it contains no parabens or hormone disrupting ingredients so that is a big plus.
Have any of you tried it? what do you think of it? would you give this a try?