Scalisi Skincare Serum Review/Name the Game Changer Giveaway Worth $12007:43 AM
If you follow me on any of my social media accounts, you have seen me mention Scalsi Skincare products a few times since May. They first sent me their products back then, and I have been using them since. In fact, I need buy their Anti-Aging Moisturizer because I don't know if I can use another SPF now. Their newest launch is this soon to be named serum that I am talking about today. This launches on November the 1st and it is now available for pre-order. I will include all of the important links at the end of the post.
As always, all opinions are my own. Yes, this product was sent to me and I am not an affiliate with this brand. I just think they have some great stuff and it is working very well for me.
Now that all of the disclaimers are out of the way, lets get this review going. This serum promises a lot of great stuff, and it almost sounds to good to be true. I am glad they gave me a print out because I wouldn't have been able to remember all of this.
Here is what this game changing serum claims to do:
- Improves radiance
- Improves skin tone
- Smoothes and hydrates the skin
- Minimizes appearance of pores and fine lines
- Blurs imperfections through the use of soft diffusers
- Oil free, paraben free, and it is suitable for all skin types
- A patented blend of peptides. These guys help correct imperfections and are what make the fine lines and wrinkles look diminished. Peptides (chains of amino acids) are amazing for the skin and there is a lot of buzz about them, so I was happy to see this.
- Dermal filler, which also helps diminish the appearance of wrinkles and improves the volume of your skin.
- Sodium hyaluronate. I majored in biology and I know what this is and how it works, but I know the majority of people looking at this won't. This is the salt form (as the name suggests) of hyaluronic acid. Sodium hyaluronate is more stable and is more easily absorbed into the skin. The benefits are the same as hyaluronic acid: it keeps your skin hydrated and supple.
- Oligosaccharides reduce the appearance of pores. These are sugars that have been shown to have great benefits for the skin.
- Color correctors composed of gold particles, translucent microspheres, and photoluminescent technology. Basically, your skin look more luminous and less sallow.
- Ascorbyl glucoside, which is a natural form of vitamin C. Helpful hint: anytime you see the words ascorbic or ascorbyl, know that you are dealing with a form of vitamin C. Vitamin C is amazing for brightening the skin, promoting collagen production, and lightening hyperpigmentation.
This picture was taken on 9/6, which is the day I received the serum in the mail. At this point, I had not tried it yet. My skin looks really good (at least compared to how it used to be), but there is still some redness and texture issues.
The pictures below were taken on 9/18 about five minutes after using the serum and at this point I have been using the serum for about two weeks. My overall skin tone and texture are improved. My skin also looks a lot more radiant. I actually just showed my mom the before and after and asked if she could tell a difference between the two. She looked at me like I had lost my mind and said "Yes! I can tell a huge difference. Your skin looks a lot healthier in the second one."
I hope you guys enjoyed this post and found it helpful. I do have some more skincare products that I have been loving to review for you guys, so be on the look out.
I hope you have a great week!