* This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/UNT.
Hey babes! Last week, I introduced to you UNT, a new beauty and skincare brand coming to the US all the way from Taiwan that believes beauty cannot be represented by one verbal expression alone. UNT also feels that they cannot relate to just one form of beauty. Last week, I reviewed some products from their beauty line (here) and this week I'm reviewing a little somethin' somethin' from their skincare line. Let's check it out!
This serum promises soft, supple skin from a unique blend of "Ultra Filling Spheres" - a new technology that blends Hyaluronic Acid and Konjac Root Extract to achieve a superior water-retention capacity and delivers intense moisture to the skin. It also includes SYN®-HYCAN to boost the Hyaluronic Acid to increase the skin's self hydration. Lastly, Marula Oil and Royal Jelly are added into the serum to enhance skin regeneration and collagen synthesis for firmness.
Phew - talk about a mouthful! While I can't pinpoint exactly what it is from that laundry list of oils in the serum that makes this stuff awesome, I can tell you that they all work together perfectly!
The serum itself is not thick at all. It almost has a "moisturizing water" feel once it's rubbed in, if that makes sense. It's very light and leaves absolutely no greasy residue behind. I also want to point out that while I don't classify my skin as sensitive, sometimes my chin will freak out if I use a serum that's too thick/oily. I'm happy to report this serum didn't! Woohoo! Usually, with most serums, you apply them before your moisturizer or even mix them together but I've actually been using this serum by itself and have been impressed with the results: no break outs and nice, soft skin that doesn't feel greasy. This has become a new favorite of mine!
Do you use a serum? Have you tried products from overseas? Which ones are your favorites?
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