Saturday 27 July 2013

Review: Priori Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex

The Promise: "Using a specific engineered liposome delivery system, Cellular Recovery Serum delivers powerful DNA repair enzymes and Vitamins C and E to the skin. This combination promotes self-healing to help improve the appearance of ageing skin"

The Price: £92.00 / $90.00 50ml

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The Hero Ingredients: DNA Enzyme Complex™ and Oxyzomes

I have fallen in love with this serum. What makes it so amazing is that it mimics the skin’s own repair enzymes to normalise and repair skin cells. It is the only professional product to contain exclusive DNA Enzyme Complex™ which utilises three powerful enzymes from natural sources such as Algae and Mustard Seed combined with protective antioxidants for visible, clinically proven results. It is also 100% natural, paraben free, non-comedogenic and dermatologically tested.

The Application: As this serum is water-based, it is incredibly easy to apply and absorbs into the skin very quickly. I rub two pumps worth of product between my hands and then massage it into my face and neck. A little really does go a long way! This serum does not contain any fragrances, so it just smells like any other pharmaceutical beauty product (think La Roche-Posay).

The Results: Within seconds of applying this serum, skin feels extremely hydrated and refreshed. Fine lines appear reduced and skin looks lovely and plumped. After a week of using this serum, the condition of my skin had improved and I had gained a much-loved glow to my complexion.

The Pro: The Priori Cellular Recovery Serum really is great for the skin. It reduces the appearance of fine lines and gives skin a lovely natural glow.

The Con:
It would be wrong to not highlight the price. This serum is very expensive, however you do get 50ml worth of product. I am also not a huge fan of the cheap-looking packaging. I would have expected something a bit more premium as the serum falls on the pricey side.

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