I hope everyone had a great Wednesday! Tonight I am going to share my review of the Radha Beauty Skin Clearing Serum.
If you have read anything skin care related on my blog in the past you will know I have oily acne prone skin, so I was excited to test out this serum. I have tried several other Radha Beauty products in the past, and have enjoyed each one of them. If you want to see my reviews on those you can click here and here.
The packaging on the Radha Beauty products are really nice. The bottle for the Skin Clearing Serum is the same as the Retinol Moisturizer. Each bottle contains one fluid ounce of product. The Skin Clearing Serum contains Vitamin C, Retinol, Hylauronic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Niacinamide, and Sulfur. Below is what Radha Beauty says about this serum.
The Radha Beauty Professional Age-Defying Skin Clearing Serum will help reverse the signs of aging while improving blemished skin and hyper pigmentation. In this powerful serum sulfur penetrates and creates elasticity while Niacinamide takes the red out and prevents inflammation that underlies all troubled skin issues. 20% Vitamin C repairs micro scarring, reverses sun damage, provides significant natural sun protection and rapidly creates smooth supple glowing skin. Stealthy superior retinol and salicylic acid unclog pores, heal acne, speed cellular turn over, and undo the signs of aging skin.
The consistency of this serum is very thin, and it is a milky color. The serum absorbs quickly into the skin. The scent of the serum is very hard to describe; however, it does not smell pleasant. I can get over the scent of products as long as I see a benefit from them. I have used this serum for a month now, and I can honestly say I saw no change in my skin. It certainly didn't help clear my skin, and I have since quit using it because I feel that it is an unnecessary step in my daily routine.
If you are interested in trying this serum out for yourself it is $22.89 on the Radha Beauty website.
Like I mentioned above, I have tested other Radha Beauty products and loved them; however, this particular product was a dud for me.
Have you tried any similar skin clearing serums? If so let me know what some of your favorites are below!