Today I’d like to share with you a product that I’ve been testing out, called Rg-cell Concentrated Restorative Skin Serum. This serum is one I’ve been wearing with the rest of my regular skincare routine for the past couple weeks, in the morning and at night.
The process by which this serum works is scientifically proven to reactivate dormant stem cells for effective skin rejuvenation and regeneration.
Each ingredient in RG-Cell Concentrated Restorative Serum interacts synergistically, signaling cellular activity for renewed collagen, elastin, laminins and other skin proteins. What we end up with, is a product that renews, repairs and conditions damaged skin.
Just a few of the ingredients are EGF (Rh-Epidermal Growth Factor), AFA Algae, Caviar, and Soy. The little bottle I got was about enough for 30 days of use, depending on if you use it both in the night and the morning. Opening up the product was a trick- there were seals and foil involved as well as attaching a dropper top lid to the tiny little vial. It was rather hard to shake out of the bottle (or I was doing it wrong) and packaging led me under the impression that this serum is pretty potent and to be used right away. The texture was very light and watery and it wore wonderfully under a full face of makeup or at night to bed.
I didn’t notice any extra hydrating properties or anything, but I also realize these things take time. In my opinion, one likely won’t notice a major difference in skin until well into their second bottle. Generally, serums like this take a very long time to overhaul the skin.
The serum is rather pricey for such a tiny little bottle, but if you’re interested in some active ingredients that are mostly herbal type things, scoop up some of this goodness.
Human Oligopeptide-1, Blue Green Algae Extract, Caviar Extract, Soy Phyto Placenta Extract, Argan Oil, Tea tree leaf oil, Rose hip oil, Rose Floral Water, Levulinic Acid, Adenosine, Citrus Orange, Neroli, Hyaluronic Acid, lavender oil, Cosmeparine, Vitamin E, and Chamomile Oil.
I swear the scent was a little bleachy, but the ingredients list and other labels assured me that there was none. It’s not my favorite scent, but that can be forgiven based upon the other great ingredients.
What do you think about serums? I’m kind of addicted to them honestly. I use a serum every night and morning without fail! Tell me your favorite one in the comments!
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