Oz Naturals Hyaluronic Acid Serum has been formulated with a load of moisture-loving nutrients that go deep into the dermis of your skin to hydrate and plump while diminishing the look of fine lines and wrinkles as well as the antioxidant vitamin C. Hyaluronic acid is known as “nature’s moisture magnet,” an ingredient that can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water.
I have had a really dry patch on my face for a few months. I’ve tried literally every moisturizer in my stash and nothing got rid of it. My patch would feel relieved for a couple hours at most but then it was back to the same patchy, dry skin. Sometimes it even got worse. After about a week of consistently using this serum my skin was left soft and smooth, all traces of scaly, dry skin gone, plus the rest of my face seemed more vibrant in appearance although I mostly focused on that stubborn patch.
Since we moved to our new house I’ve found the only way I can manage writing is after the girls have gone to bed which can mean really late nights and early mornings up with Ava. I’m definitely not doing my skin any favours, especially the area around my eyes which has taken on a decidedly unnattractive look complete with puffiness, bags, and dark circles.
When I went to try the Oz Naturals Super Youth Eye Gel I was honestly desperate for the dramatic results promised by the company. I seriously was not dissapointed. I mean, I didn’t go from looking like I haven’t slept in about a year to looking 100% but I’d say a good 90% improvement which is huge. That 10%? Easily covered with a little makeup.
I was also really impressed with the low cost of the products as well. I expected to pay at least 3x what they are charging based on my experience with other similar high end skin care products. Plus the ingredients are all listed on the containers for you to see. You will find ingredients like Aloe, jojoba oil, organic licorice and Witch Hazel. I was really amazed at just how many natural ingredients are packed into these skin care products! Yes, you will also find some ingredients with long, scary sounding names but if ever took high school science you will recognize many of them as amino acids. Not so scary and very effective.
What is your major skin woe?
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!