Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Rahda Beauty's Skin Clearing Serum Review

With summer coming and the air starting to feel more humid, I decided it was time to change my facial care routine. In the winter it's all about moisture, but my skin isn't as dry so the products I was using aren't as effective. I typically have more blemishes in the summer as well so when I had the opportunity to try Rahda Beauty's Clearing Serum I wanted to give it a chance. After one week, here are my thoughts:

Pros: It didn't dry out my skin and didn't make it feel oily either. It contains all natural ingredients including Vitamin C, Retinol, botanical hyaluronic acid, salicylic acid and Niacinamide but no harmful fragrances, dyes or parabens. It's not tested on animals and I found it to be very gentle on my skin. I didn't break out from using it. I like that it treats and helps to prevent both acne and fine lines/wrinkles. Many products focus on one or the other. 

Cons: Even though I didn't break out, I didn't experience a decrease in my breakouts. I didn't see a change in fine lines either. I only used this twice a day for a week. As with many facial products I may need to use it longer (and I will), but those are my results as of now. 

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  1. Carrie @ Curly Crafty MomMay 13, 2015 at 3:57 PM

    You should get a clarisonic, I have one and love it and I really have not had any break outs since I've been using it. I got it in December for Christmas and just love it. My skin tends to get more oily in the summer and dry in the winter. Thanks for the review, I had never heard of this product!

  2. Finding new skin products is so hard! I've read that you have to give a new skin care product several weeks to see a difference but it's hard to wait that long sometimes. The Lindi skin products I reviewed started off well but then I stopped using them for about a week and noticed my skin having FEWER breakouts. So out went those products. What can ya do?

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