This serum is an anti-aging serum, which means that it is basically impossible to say if that function is true to this product or not. To be able to say that you really have to try if for a long time, and I am talking more than six months. Since I do run a blog, I can’t test one product for such a long time, since I do need to try a lot of products out.
One always reads about people testing a product out for a week and then they have proof of pictures showing how their wrinkles actually reduced. This is according to me pure bullshit.
I have been working as a photograph assistant for many years and I do know the effect of lightning and angles and its effect on what you want to show or not (I will write a full post on how to judge what you are seeing and reading later on). Also, there are so many factors that you need to consider when writing a review if you claim it is working or not.
Usually I would not write anything about a product when I only have one sample to try out, but this product really surprised me. Thank you farmer is a brand I am really interested in, since the products I have been trying before really impressed me. This line really made a bad first impression on me, and I really have not seen anyone who didn’t like it. Which is really surprising to me since I really don’t feel I can be the only one with this experience.
For starters, I have really dry skin, so my pores aren’t that large. I am getting older and my pores are therefore increasing and that is why I decided to test this one out.
I really like the packaging of this serum. It is a frosted plastic bottle with a pump and it is really easy to get the perfect amount of product out. All their serums have the same type of packaging.