Cerave vitamin c serum review

Cerave Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum it’s a revolutionary serum  used for face and body care. It’s contains 10% L-ascorbic acid (the purest form of Vitamin C) with ceramides and hydrating hyaluronic acid.

What does CeraVe vitamin C serum do?

CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum is absolutely worth the money. Obviously I’m not thrilled with the blackheads I experienced, but other than that, I absolutely love how my complexion looks. The hydration element is undeniable, and my complexion has a gorgeous, dewy glow to it.

Cerave Vitamin C Serum Review
cerave vitamin c serum review

Designed to be suitable for all skin types (including sensitive), this vitamin C serum is fragrance-free, allergy-tested, paraben-free and non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)

Is CeraVe vitamin C serum good?

In case you are not familiar with it, Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant known for its ability to help diminish dark spots and discolorations, brighten dull skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles. Vitamin C also helps to defend skin against free radical damage caused by environmental factors that can lead to premature signs of aging.

Additionally, this serum has an impressive mix of other good-for-your-skin ingredients like hydrating hyaluronic acid, panthenol and skin-replenishing ceramides. So, ingredient-wise there’s plenty of good stuff in this serum to brighten and improve uneven skin tone while smoothing skin texture.

CeraVe Vitamin C Serum With Hyaluronic Skin Care
CeraVe Vitamin C Serum with Hyaluronic skin care

The first positive is the packaging: this serum comes in an opaque squeeze tube that protects its star ingredient from exposure to light and air (vitamin C can lose its potency in the presence of both).

The texture is another winner: it’s a very lightweight silky serum that spreads easily and absorbs super quickly. It goes on really smooth, doesn’t leave a tacky or sticky residue and layers weightlessly under moisturizer or other skin care products. The formula is slightly moisturizing and completely fragrance-free making it suitable for every skin type.

 

Price/Value

CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum is absolutely worth the money.  Obviously I’m not thrilled with the blackheads I experienced, but other than that, I absolutely love how my complexion looks.  The hydration element is undeniable, and my complexion has a gorgeous, dewy glow to it.

The price of the serum is also pretty comparable to other hydrating face serums available, so I think it’s definitely a competitive face serum on the market, and one that delivers great results!

Guarantee

CeraVe sells their brand with third-party retailers, such as Walmart, Target, and Amazon.  The return policy is dependent on each individual retailer, so make sure you check with the seller first before purchasing.

Application

For the most part, the application for CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum is super easy, but I have to quickly complain about the packaging.  It makes it super difficult to squeeze out the proper amount of product, which is super frustrating.  The packaging itself is a soft metal tube, so if you squeeze it too lightly, you don’t get enough out, but if you squeeze it slightly too much, you get way more product than you need, which could lead to you going through a tube way faster than you should.

Besides that complaint, the application is really easy.  Simply apply a pea-size amount of serum to clean, dry skin both morning and night.

On a final note, it’s pretty difficult to wear this serum under makeup since it leaves behind a greasy residue.  I found my makeup looked pretty cakey and didn’t last as long, so beware of that!

Drying Time

CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum takes a bit longer to dry than the average face serum.  It wasn’t until about 60 seconds post-application that I felt the serum was absorbed enough to apply my other face products.

Smell

If you’re sensitive to strong scents in your skincare products, then this face serum is for you!  It’s completely odorless so there’s nothing to worry about in that department.

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