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Monday's Mini: Decleor Aromessence White Brightening Serum

Decleor Aromessence White Brightening Serum
HQ Hair | £49.50
"This 100% natural serum with a fine and silky texture is specially formulated for the daily care of dull skin or/and pigmented spots.
Combined with essential oils of Camomile, Lemon, Parsley and Acacia Wax, it restores a clear, even and radiant complexion and acts like a true effectiveness booster for the AROMA WHITE C+ PROTECTIVE DAY EMULSION.

Visibly glowing, dark spots are reduced by 13.25% in just one application and the complexions’ luminosity and transparency are restored."

With big claims and a bigger price tag this serum has been in my possession for quite a while now. Let's say almost a year. And still I have to stay, no matter how much I have tried to include it in my routine I have always given up. With a texture like a face oil's, it is really hard for me to get used to the idea of putting something this heavy on my face. I can feel it all night long, it also makes my face slightly oily, so definitely not good enough to wear in the morning, unless you have super dry skin. But amazingly, it has never broken me out. 

Another thing that bothers me sometimes more than its texture is the scent. The essential oils used in it (Camomile, Lemon, Parsley and Acacia Wax) are very strong, which get to my head and I never feel like applying it.

You only need to apply two drops on your face, and it comes in a pump bottle which makes it easy. I wish I could say something about its brightening properties, but the fact I have never been able to use it religiously makes me totally oblivious to its benefits if they do or do not exist.

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Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.
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