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I won full-sizes of dr. brandt Power Dose Vitamin C and dr. brandt Power Dose Vitamin D from a dr. brandt giveaway. This is why I enter so many giveaways. If you enter enough of them, you may actually end up winning. The products arrived on 09/25/16, and I immediately opened them. Every morning, I use the Vitamin C. In the evening, I use the Vitamin D. Of course, I did not start both on the same day. My skin is sensitive, so I only use one new product a day. I started with Vitamin C on the 26th and Vitamin D on the 27th. That makes this the 30th day using both. It takes at least a month to evaluate the effectiveness of serums. Until a month passes, I usually withhold my opinion, unless it breaks me out or gives me a rash.
The last time I took a picture of myself without makeup was 09/12/16. My skin was experiencing a breakout on my chin that persisted longer than it usually does. It never helps that I pick at them. I noticed there was a 3-4 week period from mid to late August to mid September where my skin was not doing well at all. It mostly cleared up before I started using these serums, but I noticed it stayed away as I was using them. Other than an occasional pimple here and there, I have not experienced any full-on breakouts. My skin is enjoying the current regimen, and whatever was clogging my pores has been reduced with the switch in products.
Vitamin C usually retails for $69, but it is on sale for $34. Vitamin D usually retails for $55, but it is on sale for $27. There is no end date listed for this sale, so I am unsure how long it will go on. Hopefully, it lasts a while, so people can get a chance to try them for a great deal.
The Vitamin C is 0.55oz for $69, which equates to $125.45 an ounce. This serum is slightly thinner than the vitamin D, so I use more per application. I’ve used 4-5 drops per day, and this is missing more in the container at the one-month point than the Vitamin D is. It uses a unique 20% tri-blend concentrate of natural source and stabilized Vitamin C to improve clarity, help smooth, and help firm. My skin definitely received these benefits, so I think this serum works extremely well. With continued use, I expect even better results.
The Vitamin D is 0.6oz for $55, which equates to $91.67 an ounce. This serum is slightly thicker than the vitamin C, so I use less per application. I’ve used 4-5 drops per day, and this is missing less in the container at the one-month point than the Vitamin C is. It has a unique formulation that improves the skin’s barrier function like vitamin D for more hydrated, supple and radiant skin. My skin definitely received these benefits, so I think this serum works extremely well. With continued use, I expect even better results.
I took this picture of myself without makeup earlier today, and my skin is definitely loving these serums. The biggest difference is more radiance, so I am really loving the effect of the Vitamin D serum in particular. My clarity has improved as well, so the Vitamin C is working nicely, too. If you’re considering these serums, I say go for it. On my dry skin, they feel great, so they give added hydration. My skin also feels a lot smoother to the touch. I’m very happy with both serums and could see myself purchasing either, but I will almost certainly purchase the Vitamin D. If I did not have so much left, I would probably take advantage of the sale.
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