And I did. In fact, I added this tomato serum in my beauty arsenal.
Before I go down to further details about this most-raved product, lemme just share with you why tomatoes are beneficial. Most of you know it already but I'll put it here anyway.
- protects skin from free radicals
- repair damaged cells
- reduces pores size
- makes skin radiant and glowing
- is good for acne-prone skin
- is known for ints anti-aging properties
- lightens skin tone
- removes dead skin cells
- smoothens skin
|Sooper Beaute Tomato Serum 50g |
Even though it comes up in a pump up dispenser, you can't just easily control the amount since the product is quite liquid-y. Sometimes when I use it, droplets would spill anywhere but I guess it's fine.
Good to know that aside from tomato extract, it is also full-packed with Korean Ginseng, Mulberry Extract and Green Tea Extract to soothe the skin and fight aging. However, aside from them, there are no complete list of ingredients written. Are they all? There even has no expiration date printed so you won't know when it's best to throw it away.
It claims to promote naturally rosey skin, finer pores and brighter skin and is hydroquinone and paraben free. At least it has none of the ever-dreaded parabens. Also, it does not smell overpowering yet I think it has alcohol in it.
I think its being runny is an advantage since it dries quickly after seconds of application. It would feel sticky at first but will eventually fades after minutes. In my case, I apply it before my night and day cream to alleviate stinginess I get from their soaps. This product is really awesome for it soothes my skin better than any product I've used before.
The best thing about it is the radiant and bright face you get when you wake up in the morning. However, there was no significant size reduction in my pores and oil production is still as stubborn as it was before.
Have you tried it? Share it here with me! Happy blogging!