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Table of Contents
all skin types
Water, Butylene Glycol, Pentylene Glycol, Dehydroxanthan Gum, Tranexamoyl Dipeptide-22, Hexapeptide-9, Tripeptide-29, Tripeptide-1, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, Nicotinoyl Dipeptide-22, Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4, Copper Tripeptide-1
A long-lasting hydration Peptide ampoule for freshened, revitalized skin. Helps with uneven and aging skin
Peptides make up essential proteins such as collagen and elastin which are responsible for maintaining your skin’s elasticity, texture, and strength.
How to use it
After cleansing and using toner, apply to your face and pat into your skin until fully absorbed.
My thoughts on The Potions Peptide Ampoule
I really like using peptides in my skincare routine. I do believe they make a difference but it its impossible to prove if you don’t test it scientifically. And still, one will never know how a persons skin would look without using the product. But still, I think that peptides and retinol are great to use to prevent your skin from looking too old too fast. I am not a person who thinks aging is bad and it really doesn’t scare me at all. More that I want to give my skin the chance to look as good as it can despite aging and genetics.
But back to The Potions Peptide Ampoule.
it comes in a nice glass bottle with a pipette. I really like the packaging and I do think that pipettes are simple and nice to use. You can really control the amount of product you get.
This ampoule has no scent. So that is a win situation right there. The amount of product you get is rather small. It is only 20 ml so it wont last you that long, but at least you will find out if you want to buy another bottle.
This ampoule is yellow in color and the consistency is rather liquid. At least as soon as you apply it to your skin. It absorbs fast, but it does leave a little sticky feeling on my skin. But that goes away as soon as I apply the rest of my skincare routine. It says in the description that it is hydrating as well. On my super dry skin it doesn’t do much on the hydration part but it is still a nice ampoule.
I really like how this ampoule feels on my skin. But really I cant say that it is amazing and that it does wonders on my skin. I can say that if you haven’t started using peptides in your skincare routine this is a really nice ampoule to start with.
I give this product 6/7