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Vitamin C Super Blend Serum

Let's face it, aging sucks. The closer to forty I get, the worse it sucks. Why  does it suck so bad, you may ask? That youthful skin, for one, is a memory.

Over the years I didn't take proper care of my youthful skin, now I have lots of sun damage. Peri-menopause brings acne, and I now have fine lines happening everywhere. I take care of it now, but it's a little too late.
Then I was offered Amani Pure Vitamin C Super Blend Serum.
  • Powerful Skin Elixir - created from a specific blend of skin regenerative ingredients that is currently used in luxury, high end spas all over the world... and now you can try it for yourself at an affordable price!
  • Proven Benefits - made with bioactive ingredients that have been proven to stimulate collagen, treat blemishes, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, lighten dark spots, brighten dull skin, and even lighten scars.
  • Specially Formulated - with the highest quality of ingredients that include: 20% Vitamin C + Hyaluronic Acid, Jojoba oil, Gotu Kola Extract, Vitamin E, Aloe, Witch Hazel and other skin perfecting agents.
  • See and feel an instant improvement in your skin's complexion! This Unique Vitamin C Super Blend will leave your skin looking and feeling younger, firmer, and more radiant. 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
  • Great for sensitive, oily, and dry skin. This Serum is 98% Natural, 72% Organic with NO Parabens & NO Alcohol. Made in the USA adhering to FDA guidelines.


I read this description and knew it was for someone like me. It is targeted to every issue I have. At this point anything is worth a try. I just want to repair what I can and keep care of what I have left. 
I don't like to show you all these photos. I am the type of girl that never is seen without her face on, but to show the effects, I had to.
As you can see in my before shot there is a lot of sun damage on my cheek area. It looks even worse in person than on camera. Plus you seen lines on my forehead, having a teenager will give you those, and lines starting sround my eyes, nose and mouth. I also have acne, worse than I ever did as a teen thanks to peri-menopause, and it affects my chin and cheek area mostly.
So, I used this stuff as directed, between my toner and moisturizer, every night and sometimes morning for a full week. You can see, and I can feel, results already. My acne is drying up and fading away. The lines on my face are softer, and the darkness is lighting up. Even the red spot beside my nose, which is a broken blood vessel, has lightened. You know I am impressed, I sort-of smiled in the after shot.

So I plan on sticking with this regimen. It's easily purchased at Amazon, and only $29.99. With it being regularly $54.96, that's a steal for sure!

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Comments

  1. I'll have to do some research on vitamin c serum.

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  2. I use a different vit C serum so I know it works. Your skin looks amazing

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  3. Wow, that's a pretty dramatic difference for only 1 week. Great to know the stuff works!

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  4. Love the before and after pics! I can really see the difference. Amazing results considering it was just after 1 week of use!

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  5. I have read that vitamin C does wonders. Your skin looks lovely.

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  6. That's amazing that you noticed a difference after a week. Sounds like this is worth trying out!

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  7. This sounds like something I could use! It's great to read a review of a product that actually works

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