Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop
Today I'm going to be talking about the Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop! I tried this back in 2015 when I had a fair amount of leftover scarring and it worked really well for me, so I wanted to try it again to see if it had the same great results as 3 years ago!
The Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop is designed with key ingredients directly from nature and concentrated pure vitamin C for an innovative multi-solution, non-irritating formula to revitalize, maintain, and transform your skin ! Don’t be discriminated against because of your sensitive skin anymore. Experience the power of Vitamin C with the Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop! Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop contains 5% Ascorbic acid and is suitable for all ages and skin types, even if you have the most sensitive skin.
This serum has pretty cute packaging that has a little holographic strip through the center. I really like that it come with a dropper top so I can use the same amount every time which is usually a full dropper. There isn't that much more to it, but it is cute and functional.
The serum itself is clear in colour and has a slightly oily feeling. I apply this to my bare skin in the morning and let it absorb for about 10 minutes while I make my morning coffee because multitasking right. I actually like that this serum has that slightly oily feeling because I can let it sit on my skin for 10 minutes without it feeling tight and dry.
I have been using this serum for about 2 months now and I feel like my skin is a little brighter, but my acne scars are still quite apparent. I do feel like a couple of little lines have plumped up, but it's nothing drastic and could also be attributed to using other hydrating products.
I really wish that I liked this serum as much as I did in 2015. It really did work for me in 2015, but at the same time it was the only "active" exfoliating ingredient that I had ever used, so perhaps my skin is just past the point of using low percentage Vitamin C Serums, or maybe they're just not the serums for me. Since 2015 I tried out the 21.5 serum as well as the Melano CC Serum recently and none of them had amazing results. I did try a sample of the Drunk Elephant C-Firma Day Serum which was actually really good, but about four times too expensive for me to repurchase regularly. I would love any suggestion of vitamin C products to try out next!