REVIEW | Oz Natural's Hyaluronic Acid Serum

5/05/2015 05:55:00 pm

I was sent Oz Natural's Hyaluronic Acid Serum* to give a go, and see how I got on with it, and so this week's 'Happier & Healthier' post is a review of it. I'm always on the look out for products that improve my skin, so jumped at the chance to try this organic serum.

Co-founder Angela Irish created this product to look after and promote healthy skin. What really drew me to this product was the fact that it is cruelty free and organic, something which is very important to me.



When the package arrived, I was impressed with the packaging and the bottle, and very excited to try it out. The hyaluronic acid serum is an effective against ageing and wrinkles, and helps to plump and soften skin. As my skin is still young- and I haven't got wrinkles yet - my mum decided to try it out alongside me, so we could compare the effects.

It's really simple to use, each night I carried out my normal skincare routine and add in this step after cleansing, but before moisturising. Using the applicator, I dab a small amount of the serum to my cheeks and around my eyes in a thin layer. The serum dries quickly, and once it has I carry on with my regular moisturising regime.



I've used it for a week and I already notice a difference. My skin feels so much softer in the areas that I've been using it, and I swear there's even a difference in my dark circles too. My mum has also said that she feels her skin feels softer and rejuvenated.

I don't have any complaints about this product, if after one week I've felt a difference in my skin, then I'm excited to see how my skin looks and feels after regularly using it for longer. I'd definitely recommend this - if you're interested, here's the amazon link.

Let me know if you've used this product, and what you think of it.

Love,
Emily
xxx

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*This post was sponsored by Oz Natural's through Brand Backer, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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