Review - Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop

Thursday, 18 August 2016

I'm on a bit of a roll with my beauty posts lately which is quite unheard of from me. Today we have a skincare product in the form of Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop serum which was generously gifted to me by Wishtrend. I was first introduced to skin serums back in 2011 when I had received a few samples with some of the other beauty products I had bought. I however only started added it into my skincare routine last year to see how much of a difference they actually made. Adding that extra step made such a difference to my skin so now I'm trying to find which ones work best for different weather conditions so I can perfect my skincare routine.

This product claims to rejuvenate and energize your skin, while protecting your skin from UV damage and improving your tone and texture. One of the great things about this product is that it is suitable for all skin types and even sensitive skin is included in that. I have a few skin problems, particularly with the texture of my skin and the tone, so I was hoping this would benefit my skin a lot when I received it.

It honestly took a while for me to begin using this after I got sent this product as I was so busy with the wee one being born I kept forgetting to actually follow my skincare routine. So once I actually started following my routine every morning and night, I decided to add this in. I initially intended on having it replace my previous It's Skin serum but I decided instead to have it simply replace the product in the morning. Meaning my skin gets the benefits of two different serums throughout the day. 

Following cleansing and toning you are instructed to apply this serum. Now depending on your skin type, how you apply it differs. Normal, oily, combo and dry skin you are told to apply half a dropped of the serum to your face and massage it in to let the heat of your hands make the serum work into the skin better. For Sensitive skin, just apply 3-4 drops instead. Extra Sensitive skin it is advised to add a couple of drops along with your lotion/emulsion/moisturiser. It comes with the standard dropper for serums which you just squeeze the top while it's in the bottle and it fills up. 

Despite having combination skin, I only use 3-4 drops as I find this is a sufficient amount for myself. I massage this into my face and neck and would usually follow this up with a little tap massage as well. This is just a habit I got into with applying serums and I will continue to do so!

The texture of this serum is ever so slightly oily but isn't overly heavy. Despite this though, it absorbs into the skin fairly quickly ready for the rest of your routine to follow up. It has a gorgeous citrus scent to it which doesn't seem overpowering in the slightest. I find after applying this serum my skin feels a lot smoother and allows for my moisturiser to apply a lot better. From continuous use I have found my skin to have improved in it's tone, it's generally a lot brighter looking and is less red. It has generally just improved the appearance and feel of my skin and I'm very satisfied with this product. 

Klairs was a brand I had heard about and wanted to try and I'm extremely thankful to Wishtrend for giving me the opportunity to be able to try a new brand out. I'm definitely going to give their other products a go sometime in the near future as I can see using the whole range will benefit my skin massively. 

I highly recommend this product to you guys as it has genuinely made a difference to my skin just adding it in once a day, perhaps using it both in the morning and night would show even better results. I myself would repurchase this and I think after I have used both of my serums up I am going to buy it straight away. 

Now, for you to buy it? You can purchase it here from Wishtrend.

Have you tried any of Klairs' products or even this one yourself? Do you have any serums you would recommend to me? 

This post contains a product sent to me for review and affiliate links.

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