In my first ever @beautylish Lucky Bag, I received the @goodmolecules Super Peptide Serum ($12 for 1 ounce at @beautylish). Before then, I hadn’t tried many serums. However, now, I have tried many and looked forward to comparing this against the ones I have worked into my routine since then.
What it claims:
🔘 Smooth, plump and firm skin with copper tripeptides that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin
🔘 Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles caused by repeated facial expressions with peptides including Acetyl hexapeptide-8 and acetyl octapeptide-3
🔘 Can be used day and night.
🔘 Gluten-free and vegan
👍🏻 The price is excellent – as it is with all of their other products as well.
👍🏻 The packaging feels expensive and the dropper works well – distributing just the right amount of product for me to cover my face, neck and decolletage.
👍🏻 There is a very faint pleasant scent. It’s listed on the website as “Natural fragrance only.”
👍🏻 Compared to a lot of other serums I’ve tried, it’s quite thin. Which, in the summer, when I already feel like a greasy mess most days, it’s a nice change from the others.
👍🏻👎🏻 It absorbs quickly and leaves my skin hydrated enough for summertime. Since my skin tends to get quite dry in the winter, I wouldn’t use this then.
For the cost, this product is a big win! It’s lightweight, yet hydrating. I haven’t noticed any reduction in wrinkles, but my skin definitely feels smother and plumper immediately after application. I may not repurchase this exact product from @goodmolecules because I have other serums that I like slightly more, but I am very intrigued by several other of their products (Instant Cleansing Balm, Discoloration Correcting Serum, and the Overnight Exfoliating Treatment, to name a few).
Have you tried anything from @goodmolecules? If yes, what was your experience?