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.
I think this is a good essence but I don’t feel that it is worth the money. The essence is suitable for all skin types and I totally agree to that. It does make my skin feel nice after applying it.
It is a very easy essence to use since it absorbs really quickly into the skin.
The essence is not watery to start with, but when applying it turns liquid which makes it really easy to use. It is scented but not too strong (I have had a cold for three weeks so the smell might be stronger) and it has a floral scent.
I love using bee products and have been doing so for quite some time. I can’t say that I see any difference using this one on my skin and I do feel that it is a little pricey compared to other bee serums or ampoules. It seems to be very hard to find it as well. I only seem to find the 15-ml bottle and that costs about 7 USD. According to me, I feel that amount is way too little to do a full review on.
Trying the Silkah Frozen 18 series for 4 weeks. Will I look younger than before, that is the question.
I didn’t have many expectations but rather I was expecting my skin to be really dry since my normal routine is the Korean skincare routine which includes around 10 steps and products. My skin is extremely dry. And before changing my routine into the Korean one, I used to have small wounds in my skin and simply put, my skin was painful. So more or less I was expecting my skin to go back to the old ways. As for my wrinkles, I simply didn’t expect muc