Product Review: La Beaute Pure Vitamin C Serum


From the Brand:
This Anti-Aging Serum reduces visible signs of fine lines, wrinkles and discolorations. It hydrates thirsty skin, increases collagen production, and increases elasticity and firmness. Anti-Age Serum protects from UV rays and free radicals. Vitamin C serum combined with Hyaluronic Acid Serum will give your face a luminous healthy glow. Something to smile about!

20% Vitamin C Serum with 11% Hyaluronic Acid takes away the need for a Hyaluronic Acid serum-simplifying the skin routine and saving money. STAY C50 Vitamin C is highly recommended for acne and skin blemishes. It lightens dark spots. It is great for men, women and teenagers. The CE + Ferulic Acid combination delivers protection against photoaging, neutralizes free radicals, boosts collagen synthesis and provides unmatched antioxidant protection.

Once absorbed, this serum can’t be washed off, and remains effective for a minimum of 72 hours. This anti-oxidant face serum absorbs quickly. It dries quickly. A little goes a long way.

La Beaute Pure’s Anti-Aging Serum is suspended in a concentrated base of pure vegan Hyaluronic acid to plump skin cells and protect and restore. This anti-wrinkle serum is in a concentrated delivery system from the highest form of active, bio-available Vitamin C for healthy glowing skin. This Vitamin C plus Hyaluronic Acid serum is thin for better and quicker absorption. There is no sticky film on face. It can vary from amber to cloudy in color.

It has a neutral smell.

Wow. There are a lot of claims there, aren’t there? (Also Wow, I just said there three times.) I used this for a little over a month before I forgot about it….I like the product, but obviously it’s not a must-have for me.

My skin was a lot firmer and brighter, and I thought it was helping my acne heal (not entirely sure of that, as my face is a disaster zone lately). Unfortunately, I think that’s more the hyaluronic acid than the Vitamin C, as I’m now using a hyaluronic and my skin looks much the same. I didn’t notice much in the way of pore reduction and I don’t have enough wrinkles so I really can’t speak to that. I’m not a huge fan of the smell though – it doesn’t smell bad, just kinda acidic. The scent fades quickly at least.

I think this stuff is pretty pricey at $40 on Amazon. I don’t think I’d pay that much for it, honestly. Who am I kidding…I know I wouldn’t. Is it a good product? Yes. Is it a great product? Maybe? Is it worth $40? I don’t think so, but then again, we know I’m cheap. Should you try it? Weeeelllllll……that depends on whether you think it’s worth $40. 🙂

I received this product free in exchange for my honest review.