** Disclosure: I received a Oz Naturals Vitamin C Serum free of charge for the purpose of this review. This does not alter my opinion of the product in any way. This post may also contain affiliate links, that I will make a small commission on if you make a purchase. **
When it comes to putting stuff like this on my face I am generally worried that my skin may have a reaction to it, but I surprised that this this didn’t sting my skin upon application. I don’t have sensitive skin but it does state that it works well with all skin types and I can quite believe that it would.
According to Oz Naturals
OZ Naturals Vitamin C Serum can be used daily and works well with all types of skin. The serum will not clog pores & does not contain parabens or alcohol. This serum is thinner than our other serums and is considered to be the most bioavailable serum on the market.
Key ingredients are as follows: Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C), MSM, Vegan Hyaluronic Acid, Witch Hazel, Vitamin E, Amino Complex, Jojoba Oil. Ingredients are 72% Organic
Wash and pat skin dry. If you are going to use a toner, apply the toner before the serum. Apply a small amount to entire face, neck and decollete. Allow to dry. Can be used daily; can be used under make up. Follow with a high quality moisturizer.
You really do need a small amount – the dropper style allows you control the amount you require. The serum itself is practically clear and unfortunate for me I have had a cold for the past couple of weeks that I have been testing it, so I am unable to comment on if has any kind of scent to it.
For it is a serum it has gel like qualities to it but it does not leave the skin feeling tacky after application and I was very impressed at how quickly it was absorbed into my skin. After the first application I did notice how my skin felt softer and over the course of a few weeks testing this is still the case. Whilst I am only 33 years old I do notice a change in my skin tone and notice that it has more a glow about it now.
I definitely recommend this product, as I for one, am usually dubious about claims that things like this make but I see a difference and it does work.