I’m all about fresh, clear, radiant skin. However, being 50+, I have to work at it. One of the products I keep in my skin care regimen is a fabulous serum that keep my skin looking more like I’m 30+. I was recently sent Altchek MD Brightening Serum to try out, and I’m loving it.
Brightening Serum is a key product treatment in the Doctor’s skincare regimen. It helps increase radiance while improving uneven skin tone.
Brighteners enhance skin renewal for increased radiance
Fruit Acids gently exfoliate for refined skin clarity, texture and tone
Stabilized Vitamin C boosts skin radiance and resilience
Botanical Extracts soothes and calms irritated skin
Antioxidants help skin resist environmental damage
Altchek MD Brightening Serum is a lightweight serum that adds an immediate brightness and radiance upon application. This Skin Tone Corrector over time has increased the natural radiance of my skin while even adding to its firmness. (The product doesn’t claim to increase firmness, but that’s what I found — no doubt due to the Vitamin C.) I love the ingredients which are extremely soothing and calming.
I use this serum daily in the morning and I’m confident enough to go without foundation while using this serum. (I do need a dab of concealer under my eyes…) Additionally Altchek MD Brightening Serum works well with your makeup when you choose to wear it. You don’t have to worry about your foundation rolling or being hard to apply as this serum penetrates the skin so well.
Pro: Brightens, adds radiance, firms
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings — Love the dropper
Overall: 5 Blings
- Alpha Hydroxy Acids
- Vitamin C
- Mulberry Root Extract
- Botanical Extracts
Natural/Organic/Vegan: No, but does Not Contain Parabens, Fragrance
Cruelty Free: Yes
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