I’m always on the hunt for new skin care products. Pushing 30 years old and you become a little more aware of your facial skin. My journey began about 2 years ago when I noticed fine lines near my eyes, and a deeper line on my forehead. I have been combating these monsters ever since, and along the way came across some really wonderful products.
My most recent find was a bizarre container of Mincer Pharma Collagen DNA protection Omega3 and 6 serum, at a local Marshall’s for just $9.99. The back of the box that the serum came in was mostly written in another language, but there was a small print in English and with the word collagen thrown into the mix I knew that this serum would not only moisturize, but it would help smooth out some of those fine lines near my eyes, and possibly work a number on the larger creature on my forehead.
When I got to using it later that night, I was surprised at just how runny the serum was. It reminded me a lot of my hyaluronic acid serum, which is very runny, but works wonders on my skin. Now supposedly Mincer Pharma Collagen DNA protection Omega3 and 6 serum will not only lift the skin, but it will give my skin a younger more smooth and radiant appearance.
I am sure most of you out there whom have purchased serums though have all heard the same promises, so you are probably wondering how this one worked for me.
I use this serum daily, and it works as a great under base for my makeup, because after applying it my skin feels much smoother, and very silky. There is no greasy texture though, do not mistake a silky feeling for a greasy one, the feeling is totally different.
Immediately after applying it to my face I did love how it made my skin feel, there were no immediate lifting properties though, and my fine lines still remained the same.
Over a weeks use though I could see subtle differences in my skins tone. My color was more even, my skin less oily, and my fine lines looked slightly smoother, but there was nothing truly miraculous about it. In fact, I could only see a difference when looking at my face in a 10X mirror. However with that said, the product did do what it promised. My skin did look more radiant, my face was definitely smoother, and I loved the new silk like texture of my skin overall.
All in all, this serum is not bad at all for the price I paid. I would recommend it, but unfortunately all I could find on this one online was written in another language. If you want it you will have to use google translate, and hope that the company accepts American currency. Or you can just scout it out at a local TJ Maxx or Marshalls store, where I located mine. To be honest though, Boots NO 7 makes lifting serums that work better than this one, so I’d suggest one of those first, as they are much easier to obtain.