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Product Review- Oz Naturals Vitamin C Serum


Confession : I used to get those tacky tans in tanning beds in high school and sometimes in university.  Sadly, I was not as educated as much older Deena desires.
Lesson learned, and with Dad having skin cancer and going through treatments for a year, I now take proper precautions for my skin.
Sunscreen isn't the only thing I do to take care of my skin and over the past decade or so, I have been refining a routine that moisturizes, protects and helps with aging.
Parts of that routine include eye creams, moisturizers, masks, exfoliants, cleansers, toners, a Clarisonic and serum.

Today, I want to talk to you about the benefits of a serum, specifically 
available on Amazon.com

A little bit about the brand:
 Co-Founder and Certified Esthetician, Angela Irish launched OZ Naturals as a company that embodies everything she's passionate about -- healthy skin, anti-aging, natural ingredients, and utilizing the latest technology to formulate the highest quality skin care products on the market.

Utilizing her personal experience of skin issues, that she understands that when your skin is unhealthy it can negatively affect your self-esteem. After try tons of products over the years she was always left with the same skin issues as before. Sometimes even worse than before. Angela knows how disheartening this can be, especially when so many skin care products make huge claims, and simply do not deliver. It's especially frustrating when the cost of those products are hardly affordable, and you realize once again that you've wasted your money.

While it's true that beautiful skin is also hereditary, healthy skin comes from taking care of the inside and outside of our bodies. However, finding the right products for your skin can be the toughest part of the equation. This is why OZ Naturals was founded, to create healthy, premium skin care products to help those who weren't naturally born with perfect skin, to obtain more perfect skin. The kind of skin that everyone deserves to have.

I was thrilled when I was offered a bottle of the serum in exchange for my honest review.  I have been actively using another product, which is 3 times the price so it was very appealing already as a product to me because of the price point (22.49$/1 fl.oz).
For the past week I have been using the serum in the mornings on my face, neck and décolleté. I don't know what it is about the product, but my skin feels instantaneously refreshed and bright.  The serum is light and goes on easily.  Now I know that  I won't see any results right away, but I have a good feeling that much older Deena will be grateful that I was taking good care of my skin whilst in my 30s.
Here's a little bit about the product :


ALLURE MAGAZINE'S Best In Beauty Vitamin C Serum - It's widely considered to be the most effective organic vitamin c serum available &is proven to dramatically increase the production of collagen and cellular turnover - Resulting in a much smoother texture and even skin tone - We guarantee you'll notice a much more youthful and radiant glow!
CLINICAL STRENGTH 20% vitamin c serum for your face + vegan hyaluronic acid is the absolute highest quality vitamin c serum available.
THIS VITAMIN C SERUM is guaranteed to leave your skin radiant and more youthful looking by neutralizing free radicals & is proven to stimulate collagen & reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
CRUELTY FREE, ORGANIC vitamin c serum does not contain alcohol, parabens or sulfates and is safe for all skin types.
MADE IN THE USA in a state of the art FDA registered facility - OZ Naturals formulates the most effective anti aging products on the market - OZ Naturals products work & they work extremely well - We guarantee you'll get results!




Another thing I want to add about this experience is shopping on Amazon as opposed to Sephora.  I'm really impressed with how quickly Amazon shipped and how inexpensive it was to ship (4$).  Great work, Oz Naturals, you got yourself a faithful customer!

-D

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