So what I do on a weekend in addition to investing in a new pair of shoes? Try a new beauty product of course...
It comes in a white pump. It has 50 ml, 1.7 fl. oz, or 30 doses per tube. Active ingredient is Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B-12) 320mcg and Niacin 120 mcg. In addition, it has water, aloe juice, coconut oil, witch hazel, palm stearic acid, emulsifying wax, cetyl myristoleate, panthenol, cetyl alcohol, Vitamin E, peppermint oil, etc.
Scent: almost none. Once you start spreading on your face, I could smell peppermint slightly.
Texture: Similar to silicon-based primer. On the box, it says "serum" and on the bottle, it says "cream"... and I do think it's closer to cream than serum, but the closest thing really to me is a silicon primer. It has a very dry feel, which I like because I don't like wet sticky moisturizers personally.
Color: light pink. (weird, I am so used to have white stuff.)
The container is measured to have exactly 30 doses to be applied once a day, but this didn't feel enough to spread over my neck and chest area, which I habitually spread moisturizers or serums. After being spread onto my face, it felt a bit warm- similar to retinol. It's not uncomfortable though. Next morning, my skin felt smooth, not greasy. hmmmmm.. Me likey!!
While I am skeptical of an idea of having vitamins as skin products (not sure how good it does as opposed to taking internally), I actually quite like this product. I have used it for 3 nights, and my skin is like "yeeesss!" So I am giving a thumb up for this.
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