Pure Biology"C+" Vitamin C Serum (30%) with Hyaluronic Acid
Acne Scars Men & Women, Proven Base Ingredients Vitamin C, A Great Dark Spot Corrector, Hyaluronic Acid
Reason to Buy
- Formulated with Vitamin C that helps in brightening the skin
- Blended with hyaluronic acid that helps in firming, hydrating and tightening the skin
- Enriched with witch hazel that minimizes pores, inflammation and acne scars
- May arrive leaked due to mediocre packaging
Analysis of 700+ reviews for Pure Biology"C+" Vitamin C Serum (30%) with Hyaluronic Acid
BestViewsReviews analyzed 21,641 reviews for 57 products in the Eye Treatment Serums category.
We analyzed a total of 749 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 73% reviews were positive while around 23% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Pure Biology"C+" Vitamin C Serum (30%) with Hyaluronic Acid
This product received a total score of 9.36 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 6 features:
What users have to say about Pure Biology"C+" Vitamin C Serum (30%) with Hyaluronic Acid
I have been using this product for the past month and it has done wonders for me, it doesn't leave a greasy smell or a stain, I let it soak into my face and pores and dry for a day or two.
I used to use Skinceuticals products, but it became too expensive for me to continue using them, and I started to not see much benefit from them, but if you have the extra money, it is an amazing brand.
I was pleasantly surprised with the results of a couple of Pure Biology products, but this serum wasn't much of a surprise to me.
After my boss went out of the country for work, I noticed a change in my face, and I think it was because of the light that hit my face.
I have been using this serum for a week, and I apply it after I wash my face, to help with the eczema that starts from my head to my face.
I've never seen an item with no negative reviews. What's the catch?
I bought CE Ferulic today and it only contains 20% of the vitamins it should have, but a lot of people are saying negative things about it.
Is it possible for someone to give me the full list of ingredients?
There is no Hyaluronic Acid in that ingredient list.
Can you tell me if my bottle is full or not?
The company should fill the bottle up, instead of cheating the consuming by slighting the ounces, since it's not the only company that does that.
What are the ingredients in the pure biology vitamin c and anti aging serum?
You can save money and get the real thing from your dermatologist or a good salon.
What is it for this age group?
I think any age can use this product.