The Japanese take a different approach to skincare than we do in the United States, which could account for many of them having such gorgeous complexions. They tend to rely more heavily on thinner skincare formulations for the most part than we do with creams as the key to better hydration and utilizing the potential of ingredients such as two water-based V10 Plus Skincare products that I have been using lately.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **
Twice a day, I have used the V10 Plus Skincare Biocell Serum in the daytime with my current day moisturizer then at night with their Night Gel. To be truthful, I haven’t been using V10 Plus Skincare Biocell Serum and Night Gel for all that long. Just the same, I am excited at the initial progress these two Japanese skincare products are already showing my complexion even at this early stage with healthy radiance, smoothness and the refining of pores.
I wanted to try the V10 Plus Skincare Biocell Serum because this serum has some exceptional active ingredients such as malus domestica fruit cell culture extract, which are apple stem cells that contain a storehouse of antioxidants to nourish skin and help defy aging. This formula also has an ingredient that my skin adores being rosa damascena flower extract for moisturizing. Joined in this formula is another ingredient I love to see is honey, a humectant, which also has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties to further contribute for complexion beauty. Besides those, it also has melia azadirachta leaf extract (chinaberry leaf) for its antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory components among its other ingredients.
The V10 Plus Skincare Night Gel also contains beneficial honey, acer saccarum (sugar maple) to work as an alpha hydroxy acid for gently exfoliating and saccharum officinarum (sugar cane) extract for its glycolic acid to also help the skin’s luminosity through further refinement. This product also has hydrolyzed collagen to help repair and restore the integrity of the skin along with sodium hyaluronate for attracting water.
As impressive as those ingredients are for both the V10 Plus Skincare products, you should also be aware that they do contain butylene glycol and/or pentylene glycol, which may give some reason for concern since they are petroleum-derived. As I always stress, it is important to read product labels and research ingredients and decide for yourself.
I have to admit that I am eagerly looking forward to what future benefits the V10 Plus Skincare Biocell Serum ($42) and Night Gel ($44) will bring my complexion and two deeper wrinkles. If you also are searching for new anti-aging skincare, visit the company’s website and see what it can do for you.