Skinesis Age Repair Serum (Sarah Chapman)

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  • #633

    Martha
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    Bought me a 30ml bottle (reluctantly) because I heard good things. I’ve tried a number of brands, some have worked temporarily, others have just been too expensive to keep up for what it gives.
    This was actually an effective serum comparatively; it evened out my skin and gave me a brighter more plump look. Didn’t do much for the deep wrinkles but I had patches which is cleared up.
    I’m considering on buying another but Im not sure yet.

    #634

    Dan
    Keymaster

    thanks for sharing your review.

    #636

    paige
    Participant

    I was tempted to try that one from the Sarah Chapman collection but the price was a little too much for me, especially for 15ml. How long does that actually last?

    #637

    Vian
    Participant

    My best friend bought me that bottle for my birthday and it was alright. A little to rich for my liking but appreciated the gesture. Also…I don’t know what shes hinting at by buying me anti-ageing creams lol

    #638

    Martha
    Participant

    It actually lasts a few months because you spray very little on to your face.

    @vian yes I know what you mean. I have naturally oily skin so if I do put it too frequently or too much, I can break out. Once in a while is nice though!

    #639

    angela35
    Participant

    I actually like their overnight facial product. Haven’t tried this one.

    #640

    Irene Carbone
    Participant

    How do these serums even work for anti-ageing, what do put it in that helps the skin and justifies charging that much?

    #641

    Martha
    Participant

    @Irene To my knowledge, they are mainly moisterising and protecting the skin from UV rays, heat damage and other environmental stresses. Whilst they do say that it targets wrinkles, I think this is more preventative as opposed to using once your face is train track.

    #669

    noedatihc
    Participant

    @Irene if you think this is bad just take a look at any anti-ageing formula for La Mer. Extortionate prices but they claim their ingredients actually cost that much and the price of processing is that high. I’m not saying its wrong but 50 bucks is nothing.

    #670

    Laurel Gocher
    Participant

    It’s not $50 it’s £50. But I get your point. Just comes down to the skill in marketing in the end. If they can convince stupid people than so be it.

    #671

    KAIDA
    Participant

    Urghhhhh, this doesn’t work!!!!!!!!

    #672

    helsa
    Participant

    How’s your experience of it going so far? Have you finished your first bottle yet

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