Clean Vitamin C- Serum | MyCHELLE Dermaceuticals Review

As I've been delving more into the clean beauty space, and learning what works for me, what actives I should be looking for, and what 'unclean' ingredients may be necessary... I realized I desperately needed a vitamin c serum in my routine. I had used one years ago and saw awesome changes in the overall tone of my skin, and at 26 I think it's about time I add this staple product to my routine once again. 



MyCHELLE Dermaceuticals kindly gifted me their Perfect C PRO Serum to test out, and spoiler--- I could not be more thrilled with this product. Historically I haven't always gotten along with Vitamin C products. I found that my skin was sensitive to many, or the formula just didn't work well for me. So my experience with the Perfect C Pro Serum was a welcome surprise.
The Perfect C Pro Serum is formulated with the highest, active level of stable 25% Vitamin C L-Ascorbic Acid to address the improvement of skin texture and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The serum also contains powerful plant C-Stem and CoQ10 to help revive stressed skin while helping to create a luminous complexion. 

I've been applying one pump to damp skin every morning after cleansing. If layering serums, you should plan to use Perfect C™ PRO Serum first and then follow with your moisturizer of choice.

MyCHELLE products are made without parabens, petroleum, phthalates, silicones, sulfates, ureas, artificial fragrances, and artificial colors. They are Dermatologist and allergy tested, as well as certified cruelty-free. 

I've been using this product steadily for about a month, and have seen dark spots on my cheeks drastically lighten. The formula is gentle and hasn't irritated my skin like other vitamin c serums have in the past. A little serum goes a long way, and the serum has played nicely with other products in my routine. If you're in need of a serum to assist in brightening dark spots and improving the tone of your skin, I would highly reccomend MyCHELLE
 


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