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Would you like some more...hyaluronic acid serums? Personally, I can't get enough serums, and love trying new ones. My skin drinks them up, and, even if my knees tell me that I'm 800 years old, my face isn't ready to admit that I'm in my 40's!
I'm excited to share with you my experience with Morea Naturals Hyaluronic Acid Age Delay Serum With Vitamin C + Green Tea and my homage nail art!
There's something about a product that has a simple, no-nonsense approach to packaging. White and opaque, with a pump to keep the product from the sun and bacteria. Clean lettering in all capital letters. No-nonsense. It's a good introduction to the product itself, really.
The thick, clear serum has almost no scent - maybe a little herbal whiff, but nothing strong. Paraben free, cruelty-free, and about 70% organic. Morea Naturals wants to deliver what they call eco-luxury - products that are made from the best ingredients, while keeping sound ecological practices.
It is definitely packed with a lot of the good stuff! Hyluronic acid plumps up the skin and hydrates it, while Vitamin C and Green Tea are anti-oxidants and skin brighteners. It also contains Aloe Vera and Jojoba oil, and Vitamin E - ingredients well known to care for the skin.
I admit that I'm a little spoiled by the sweet orange scent that many of my favorite serums have, but if you don't care for that scent, or you like a fragrance-free option, you may prefer Morea Naturals Hyaluronic Acid Age Delay Serum With Vitamin C + Green Tea. I know my husband does. He's not into skincare at all, but when I mentioned that his skin was looking a little craggy, and suggested he use some of this serum, he used it, liked it, and now he asks me for it. I could never get him to put on a bunch of different serums and creams, so I feel pretty good that he's getting a great dose of skincare in one product.
As an homage to the simplicity of this product's packaging, I did a white mani with some stripes. They were originally a blurple color, and I used some silver and yellow in there, but it didn't really capture what I was going for, so I covered it with another layer of white.. which allowed this pale blue to show through. Which was exactly what I wanted.
If you'd like more information about Morea Naturals, or to purchase this product, you can find them on their webpage, Facebook, and Amazon.com.
How do you feel about a simple, no-nonsense type of serum like this?
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.