Wednesday 3 February 2016

Dr Sebagh Serum Repair

First things first, I’d have never coughed up £69 for 20ml of anything, not even in my hardest partying days. This product came as part of the 2015 Liberty Advent Calendar, a thing of wondrous beauty and which I can heartily recommend.

This serum promises to hydrate and firm and reduce wrinkles. It’s basically made of hydrolysed collagen (watery collagen), and a version of hyaluronic acid, as well as a lot of other things that sound really complicated and which I’d rather not know about.

Serum RepairI’ve been using it every morning, as I don’t care about my wrinkles when I go to bed at night. It’s a weird half gel/half liquid, and is dispensed via a dropper so you feel properly medical when you go about your post-shower routines. As you rub it in your face it smooths in and then your skin feels oddly sticky. You’ve got to massage it into clean skin and top with moisturiser, so that’s what I’ve been doing.

I would say I’ve absolutely noticed a difference. My skin looks brighter, less tired and definitely less puffy.  Less kind of old, basically. I have 41 year old, Australia-damaged skin and it definitely has made a difference to how I look for at least the first two-thirds of every day.

It’s one of those products I should never have started using. Now I’m up for £69 every few months. I should say that I’m only a third of the way down the bottle despite having used regularly for 3 weeks now so if using once daily it lasts better than some other things (NOT NAMING NAMES, CLARINS DOUBLE SERUM).

What You Need to Know - Dr Sebagh Serum Repair

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