Of all forms of skin care, serums are the most potent form for your complexion to benefit. However, they have their differences whether from the feel on the skin to the active ingredients in individual formulas. Skin Actives reached out to gage my interest about trying their Rose Gold Serum. Always one hoping to discover the next best thing, I was glad to give this anti-aging product from Skin Actives a try.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **
This Skin Actives Rose Gold Serum has a lot of complexion improving assistance with its ingredient base that has no parabens, sulfates or phthalates. The formula is infused with 24kt. gold flakes that is about the third ingredient in the product for help with inflammation, elasticity, improving blood circulation and helping control collagen depletion. Just keep in mind, the higher an ingredient is on the label, the more importance and quantity of it is in the formula.
Though I would have preferred this Skin Active Rose Gold Serum to be housed in a dark amber colored bottle to safeguard the formula from light, this one is a clear glass with a dropper applicator.
Two drops of this lightweight serum were enough to do my entire face. Unlike some other serums, the Skin Actives Rose Gold Serum is fast absorbing without any greasy feel or slick shine to the skin.
Immediately, my dry, often sensitive skin felt soothed and comfortable in the amount of hydration this nonirritating serum provided. I also noticed a bit of a healthy glow to my complexion, which is always nice to see.
I haven’t used the Skin Actives Rose Gold Serum all that long, but I like the good that it has done for my complexion so far with extra softness that feels like velvet when I touch my face. I already have given this new serum a distinguished place on my vanity because I definitely plan to keep reaching for it.
If you’re curious what gold-infused skin care can do for your own complexion or are searching for a worthy gold-infused skin care gift, the Skin Actives Rose Gold Serum ($49) is a fine choice. You can find it on Amazon.