Monday, April 11, 2016

Review of Royal Rose Hydrating Serum by Valentia #Valentia

* I received this product in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.*

"Product Description
Valentia Royal Rose Hydrating Serum

- A lightweight serum that boosts moisture and resilience while soothing and calming the skin.
This Hydrating & Nourishing Serum Will:
- Deeply moisturize skin
- Provide antioxidant protection
- Soothe & nourish dry skin
- Smooth skin tone & texture
- Boost skin radiance

Specially selected ingredients work together to achieve optimum results:- Rose Damascena: One of the most nourishing and skin friendly natural oils, providing balance, moisture, and a variety of vitamins and minerals to the skin.
- Niacinamide (Vitamin B): This potent vitamin has been clinically proven to fade away hyperpigmentation, sun spots, and acne..
- Rosehip Seed Oil: Naturally rich in Vitamins C & A, these essential fatty acids work quickly to lock in skin's moisture.
- Evening Primrose Oil: Provides light, non-oily moisture to the skin, never clogging or irritating the skin.
- Bearberry: Reduces melanin production, thereby lightening the skin, revealing a brighter complexion.
- Lavender: Heals the skin, treating pimples, wounds, and sores.

Directions for using Valentia Royal Rose Hydrating Serum:
Apply 1-2 pumps evenly to face and neck each evening after cleansing skin thoroughly. After absorption, follow with moisturizer and eye product of choice."   (Valentia company product information)

This rose serum is a white cream in a container with a pump that makes for easy application. I've used it for just about a week now and can notice changes in my dry skin. It has a lovely rose scent, however it is quite overpowering so if you are sensitive to scents it may be too strong for your to use. The scent does linger for a bit like perfume. I like that it has a lot of natural ingredients and so far really like the benefits.

You can find this product on Amazon by clicking here

                                                                    (Photo credit: Valentia)

                                                              (Photo credit: Valentia)


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