InstaNatural #ScarGel, Vitamin C Serum, and Youth Express Eye Gel Review

Disclaimer: This post is based on a free product provided from Tomoson as a press sample so that I may offer my own opinion, which may be the same or differ from yours

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Any products to refine my complexion always attract my eye in my never-ending quest for skin perfection. When the opportunity arose to try a few new skin care products from InstaNatural came up, I was eager to see what the results would be.

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InstaNatural Scar Gel

The first product I tried was their all natural Scar Gel for help reversing the little bit of remaining damage I received from a chemical peel.  This InstaNatural product has an epidermal growth factor to stimulate cell growth, sea kelp bioferment for its firming and healing properties, and astaxantin, a lipid-soluable antioxidant more powerful than vitamin E among its over helpful skin ingredients like green tea, gotu kola, and focoxanthin.  Since it was advertised to work on both new and old scars, I decided this was worth investigating.

When you first apply this product to the scar, it does turn the area a rosy tone that later disappears and returns to match your normal skin tone.  After nearly two weeks of use twice a day, I did notice the depressed skin in that scar gradually looks a bit more filled in.   I will keep using this InstaNatural Scar Gel ($23.95) because hopefully in time, I will get even more impressive results.  I don’t know for sure, but I am optimistic.

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InstaNatural Youth Express Eye Gel

The Youth Express Eye Gel ($19.95) was gentle anti-aging gel with matrixyl 3000 for firming and plant stem cells that moisturized with hyaluronic acid among its active ingredients.  This product went into the area without the need to tug the skin to spread it.  It had a nice consistency without being overly slick or heavy, which didn’t complicate eye makeup application.  I can’t say I noticed vast improvement in dark circles or anti-aging, but I only have been using this product for the last two weeks.  Perhaps, those changes may come down the line, but I cannot say for sure.

The last InstaNatural product I got to sample was their Vitamin C Serum ($16.75).  This serum has a 20% potency of vitamin C along with moisturizing power from hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, plant stem cells, sea buckthorn, carrot, rosehip and argan oils in addition to pomegranate for skin and anti-aging benefit.  With so much vitamin C, it is advertised to help brighten the skin as well.    I did need to use a moisturizer on my dry skin because this fresh citrus scented serum mostly absorbed into the skin.  However, with both the serum and my moisturizer, my face felt wonderfully comfortable again.  Though I haven’t been using this product all that long, I must admit my skin has been getting more of a glow to it. 

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InstaNatural Vitamin C Serum

If you’re in the market for natural skin care that is reasonable, made in the United States, then you should give InstaNatural a try.  I do think that their products are worth exploring.  

*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest opinion.  A free product was provided by Tomoson solely to facilitate this review.*


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