All Vitamin C Serums are NOT manufactured equally. Make sure to thoroughly research, read the label completely, and pour over the reviews BEFORE you buy! Read on for some more guidance before you buy your premium Vitamin C Serum.
Did you read that many reviews BEFORE you bought that Vitamin C Serum? We sure hope you read lots!
All Vitamin C Serums are NOT manufactured equally. Make certain you’ve thoroughly researched, read the label completely, and pour over the reviews BEFORE you buy!
Are you taking it on Dr. Oz’s words by themselves? Sure, many ladies take more notes on whatever comes from his mouth than on what the preacher-man says – but that does not make either of them godly! Who knows, they could both be dead wrong, or both be right – or better, not even know how right they are!
When it comes to Vitamin C Serum, luck or not, Dr. Oz finally really did hit a home run. I’ve done a ton of the outlandish things he’s told us to do. Embarassingly, I’ve probably tried more of the things HE’S suggested, and listened to him more frequently, than perhaps even my preacher-man. But I digress.
To my point, Vitamin C Serum absolutely DOES have some fantastic benefits for one’s skin. Now ladies, I don’t mean only the skin of your face. Basically, anywhere there’s a wrinkle, there’s a use for this anti-wrinkle product. Need I say any more. But even if you only used this miracle serum on your face, neck, and decolletage (!? who comes up with these words, a frenchman??) as directed, you’ll certainly be doing yourself a great service without a doubt. Just ask your looking glass. Or you hubby. No, scratch the hubby idea, he won’t notice anything. Better to ask the looking glass.
There’s just LOTS of great info out there, and some fantastic tutorials. Check out Day by Day Beauty’s Google+ Page for one.
2. Read The Label
Ladies. And Gentlemen. This isn’t so difficult – why doesn’t everyone do this? Blows my judgemental little mind. Put your eyeballs on the words on the bottle’s label. If you don’t know at least half of them, it may be a junky product with a ton of needless additives, or you may have failed out of the 5th6th grade. If you don’t know what the word means, ask someone smarter like Google. If your search engine comes back with some descriptions that don’t sound like they should be on your skin, for Pete’s sake, don’t put it on your face. Or anywhere.
3. SOAK UP THE REVIEWS.
Last rant. This is one of my greatest tricks in life that helps me stay so lazy. READ OTHER PEOPLE’S REVIEWS, especially on Amazon, because they are moderated well. Read them. If someone else reports that junk scorched their face, or turned them red, or otherwise disfigured them, you may do well to find some other alternative.
Vitamin C Serums are a dime a dozen, but the great quality ones out there are few and far between.