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I've tried a variety of Oz Naturals products. I have had no complaints so far with any of their products. This one is no different. This is a 2.5% Retinol Serum. Basically, according to Oz Naturals, this is a powerful cocktail of antioxidants combined with Vitamin A to help diminish the appearance of fine lines. While you're probably thinking that I, an almost 30-year-old, don't have fine lines. I am starting to notice them around my eyes a bit. This serum also helps fight free radical damage as well as restores and renews firmness, elasticity, and thickness to the skin, while the Vitamin A boasts a long list of proven restorative, anti-aging, and youth-enhancing properties.
So in all that mumbo-jumbo, it basically means that it is really good for your skin!
This retinol serum is the highest concentration of retinol available without a prescription. It includes Astaxanthin and Vitamin E, which provide unmatched antioxidant properties and activate collagen and elastin production. This product is cruelty-free, and 72% organic and does not contain alcohol, parabens or sulfates. It is also safe for all skin types. It is also made in the USA.
After a few uses, I felt as if my skin was brighter. It looked better, I loved how it felt. I never used a product like this before, and I was enjoying it. I recommended it to my mother and grandmother. I think they'd enjoy it too. If you're looking for a way to brighten your skin, reduce the fine lines, and firm your skin, you have to try this. I am trying to build a routine and find the products that I need for my specific needs, and this has made its way to my arsenal of facial products.
I encourage you to check out the reviews on the website for this product and get more information. You can buy it on Amazon, it is linked directly from the Oz Naturals website. Check them out here.