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So I was recently able to get my hands on the Facetheory Regena c20 Serum to give it a try. I have tried many different Vitamin C products before so I was interested to find out what this one was like.
I have been using this product for about two months now and I will go into detail about the good and the bad. It is important to get an overall opinion of other peoples reviews of a product before you dive right in and waste your money so I wanted to share with you an honest review.
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Regena c20 Serum Review: Overview
- What are Facetheory about?
- About the Regena c20 Serum
- How did you find the Regena c20 Serum in terms of ease of use?
- How did the product feel on the skin?
- Were you satisfied with the results?
- Was this the first time you had used Facetheory?
- Would you recommend Facetheory to a friend?
- Where can you find Facethoery products?
- Pricing and DISCOUNT CODES!
- Final thoughts
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What are Facetheory about?
Facetheory products are vegan, paraben-free, no silicones, polyethylene glycols (PEGS) or mineral oils. Their products are made in the UK. They are also free from animal testing.
Facetheory offer a massive range of skincare products over a range of prices so you are sure to be able to find something affordable. I love the simple packaging and the overall look of the products. I have tried a few of their products before so I did have high hopes for the serum.
About the Regena c20 Serum
“Update! This product has now been reformulated with a more advanced form of Vitamin C (Ethyl Ascorbic Acid). The new formula is clear, and even less prone to oxidation due to being anhydrous.“Facetheory
- 20% Ethyl Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
- olive oil polyglyceryl-4 ester
- ferulic acid (antioxidant)
- dibutyl lauroyl glutamide (amino acid and gelling agent)
- dibutyl ethylhexanoyl glutamide (amino acid and gelling agent).
So I don’t know about you but that list right there doesn’t mean a lot to me. So I thought I would explain a little what the ingredient means:
Vitamin C is meant to fights acne bacteria, brightens skin, reduces pigmentation and evens skin tone. The Ethyl Ascorbic Acid can be more easily absorbed by the skin.
How did you find the Regena c20 Serum in terms of ease of use?
The directions Facetheory give are: Shake gently before use. Apply a few drops to clean, damp skin, concentrating on blemishes, fine lines, dark spots and areas of hyperpigmentation. I did find the product very easy to apply although it did feel kind of sticky at first. I decided to not give up and keep trying it.
How did the product feel on the skin?
At first the product felt like it wasn’t being absorbed by my skin. I would say 3 drops is enough to cover you whole face. I had to learn this the hard way! If you use too much it just doesn’t go into your skin enough.
It also felt a little sticky at first but once I started using less this became less of a problem.
Were you satisfied with the results?
In the end, I was satisfied with the results. I was satisfied with the results. However, the serum has an awful smell to it that I am assuming most people would hate. The smell doesn’t go away straight away either which is a bit of a shame.
I didn’t get any break outs and it did not negatively effect my skin so I was very happy with this.
Was this the first time you had used Facetheory?
I have used multiple Facetheory products before including the primer and a moisturiser. The moisturiser is one of my favourites and I use it almost everyday so I knew I would have to try some more products.
Would you recommend Facetheory to a friend?
I would 100% recommend Facetheory to a friend as a whole. I feel like the serum may depend on peoples skin type so you would have to bare this in mind.
Facetheory recommends the product works for most skin types, including sensitive skin. It can balance sebum production of oily skin.
Where can you find Facetheory products?
You can find Facetheory products on their website.
Pricing and DISCOUNT CODES!
The product starts from £18.99 for 30ml which may seem a little bit pricy. However you can use the discount code below:
Use the code BBPAGE for 20% off up until December 12th 2020.
I feel like the product did do what it claimed to do. My skin felt brighter which I was happy with. I would recommend using less product than what you think you initially need.
I have almost come to the end of my bottle within the two months I have been using it. Would I buy this product again? Yes, I would, despite the price being a little high for me the product did what I wished for.
About the Author
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