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**I received this free product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.**

I was very excited to try this product as I have gotten many vitamin C serums but I wanted to see how this compared to the others. The 1 fl. oz dropper bottle I received is 20% vitamin E and Hyaluronic Acid just like similar items I have tried. The price is usually around the $40 mark but at times there is a sale on Amazon. The nice thing is that it does not take much product to get results.

When received, you will want to wash your face and apply a thin layer to your neck and face. I use mine in the morning and at night. The product had no fragrance to it, if anything a bit of citrus, and when applied soaked right into the skin with no feeling of weight upon my face. The serum has a consistency of a water texture and does not need much as mentioned to really cover the neck and face. What is the point of all these serums? Basically, to strengthen the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, scars, wrinkles and acne while supporting collagen production. Does this product hold true to the suggestive advertising? I felt it did a great job. I found my skin to be smoother and softer with just one day of use. The serum is cruelty free and vegan! (Just an added bonus.)

I felt this was a good product. I don’t feel it was top of all the serums I have tried, but it still did work with results.

Check it Out on Amara’s Website for the low cost of $19.95 right now: http://amaraorganics.com/products/vitamin-c-serum

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