If you are anything like me, your love for skincare is right up there with your love for makeup. Although the Natio Ageless Advanced Lifting and Firming Serum has an unassuming look and feel about it, its simplicity might be the biggest reason for its effectiveness.
Having never before ever heard of the brand, I was just browsing around for a new serum I could try out. Being a firm believer in using a serum as the first step in my daily skincare, I have tried out a fair amount of serums, and while I have a couple that I love, I am always up to try out something different.
The Natio Ageless Advanced Lifting and Firming Serum comes in a 30ml white pump bottle. Enriched with organic rosehip oil, jojoba, calendula, aloe and mandarin, this unique mixture of ingredients produces a whitish gel like serum that sinks easily into the skin, has a fresh pleasant scent and leaves behind no tacky residue. The result is simple; firm and smooth skin, that is hydrated and radiant, ready for the day ahead and a great canvas for applying your makeup on.
I have used the Natio Ageless Serum both mornings and at night, on cleansed skin, and even though I suffer from sensitive skin, I have had no adverse reactions to it. I usually use two pumps, rub the serum between my fingers and apply a thin layer all over my face and neck. I then follow-up the serum with my favourite day / night moisturiser and if I am applying makeup, with a primer. Since I like to apply both serum and primer, it is important to keep in mind that thin layers are essential for a non-heavy or greasy feel.
I haven’t found much about the brand, except that is a natural Australian beauty brand whose philosophy is to respect one’s unique natural beauty. Their products combine the finest natural ingredients with 100% pure essential oil blends. One thing is for sure, this serum will not be the last thing I try from the brand. Moreover, the brand is not limited only to skincare but they also have makeup, body care, skincare for men and essential oil blends. I cannot wait to try out some other stuff from them!
What are your favourite serums? Which one should I try next?