My quest for better skin continues, this time with a product that I’ve not heard of before: Skinbreeze. They specialise in skin rejuvenation systems, so I was pretty confident they would know what they were talking about when it came to skincare. When they contacted me to see if I wanted to check out their products I decided to check out their brightening serum, with my on going desire for clear, even skin, I thought this might help!
Now my skin has been worse than normal since moving to London, I’m not sure why but it’s super dry! So I was definitely in need of some help. Here’s what they claim the serum does on their website:
Brightening Serum lightens and brightens skin tone and helps to reduce the formation of unwanted pigmentation and brown spots.
Sciencecombines alpha arbutin, Melanostatine®5 and TyrostatTM together with a human growth factor peptide that blocks melanin synthesis to reduce the formation of unwanted pigmentation.
The first thing that struck me when I opened this was the unique design. Basically it’s designed to look like a needle. I can see why they choose this design, but for me needles have more negative connotations than positive so this seems like an odd choice. Though the spring-loaded plunger style design is a cool novelty, and is a really effective way of getting the product noticed.
As for the effects of Skinbreeze, to be honest I haven’t noticed any until recently. I forgot to apply it every now and then, but I’ve been using it daily for the most part for the last 3-4 weeks and it was only in the last couple of days that I started to notice that my skin had evened out slightly. As I said my skin has totally changed recently which makes it a bit harder to test. I do like the way it soaks in fast and I’m going to keep using it and see what happens over the next few weeks.
What is your favourite skincare?