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I received a sample of the Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Booster Serum in a subscription box a week ago and gave it a try.
There are a lot (read: ridiculous amounts) of serums on the market. Which do you choose? Do they really work? This one did for me. Watch what happened:
What you’ll want to know:
- This serum is $78.00 and you can get it on Dermstore.com here.
- If you have a ton of serums already, this one has two major skincare ingredients in one and they are vitamin C and hyaluronic acid. Both of these are BIG in the anti-aging game.
You'll love this serum if:
- You are looking to get a jump on fine lines and wrinkles without using anything that is too harsh or chemical-laden.
- You are trying to go more "green" and organic with your skincare. This serum is vegan!
- You need one serum that has two heavy anti-aging hitters in it so you can avoid having a cabinet filled with different potions that may or may not actually work.
- You don't want to spend over $100 for an effective anti-aging option.
You may not need this serum if:
- You already have an anti-wrinkle option that is working. Kind of a "duh" but seriously, sometimes more is just more and completely unnecessary so stick with what is working and when you finish it, give this a try if you really want.
- You're in your early twenties and drinking the marketing Kool Aid on trying to stay young. Use SPF, don't smoke, eat green things, and drink lots of water. Meditation isn't a bad idea either. Moisturize with whatever you've got. You've got about a decade before you need to really dive into anti-wrinkle serums (unless you have prematurely aging skin, in which case, give it a shot).
- You are in the market to spend less than $50.
Thanks for watching!