NYC Ruined My Skin & This Serum Fixed It
If you’re one to suffer from dry, dull skin, all your problems canÂ be solved with this serum right here â€” the Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate.
Yeah, that sounds like a TV commercial from the 90s, but hear me out.
Since moving from Louisiana to New York, my skin has basically been blah.Â It didn’t matter how much moisturizer I put on at night, I always woke up like the life has been sucked out of my face. Even by the end of the day, I would look like I didn’t even put moisturizer on. Not to mention, my skin felt like rough sandpaper as well. And it’s not like I was in the position to fork out cash for multiple products to try. So by the grace of the cash God, I was able to find my way to a serum that changed that in just a few days.
Now, I’m not one to dish out $46 for a bottle of serum right off the bat without testing it out first. And because I’m always trying to save a coin, I decided to purchase Kiehl’sÂ Healthy Skin Starter KitÂ â€” just soÂ I can get the full size of the amazingÂ Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado (which is $30 by itself btw), plus four other products for only $53! Great deal, considering the cleanser that comes with it is $10 alone.
Anyway, the kit also included a mini sample of the recovery concentrate.Â And that was when I discovered how great this product was.
Like I said, after just a few days I felt the difference â€” skin was feeling like a baby’s butt! Not only that, but it improved my dry skin so much and added a boost to my moisturizer. I woke up with skin looking refresh and not like a dried up raisin. But the thing that proved that it was really workingÂ was when I started getting compliments on how good my skin looked, even though I had a few pimples hereÂ and there.
The oil based serum is packed with oils such as lavender, evening primrose, and squalane. It can be used on your face, body, or anywhere that needs a little moisture; and it’s even good for relieving sunburn.
People always say to invest in your skin, but they apparently forgotten what’s like to be a struggling college student and spending just two dollars can make your pockets cry. But when you find something that really works for you the money is worth it. Sometimes cheap isn’t always good.
And believe me, even though it hurt my pockets to say, it was worth every coin.