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This anti-aging serum is a 'facelift in a bottle' — and it's on sale for $19

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If you’re battling dry, dull skin, it’s time to get acquainted with vitamin C. The popular ingredient is known to even out skin tone, reduce signs of aging and promote collagen production. One vitamin C–packed formula, TruSkin Vitamin C Serum, has gone viral on Amazon with more than 69,000 five-star reviews. Right now, it's down to $19 with an on-page coupon — that's nearly 40% off.

TruSkin Naturals Vitamin C Serum

$19$30Save $11
$19 at Amazon

Designed to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots, this formula contains vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, witch hazel and jojoba oil.

The plant-based formula goes above and beyond with a blend of vitamins C and E for brightening and hyaluronic acid for moisturizing. It’s also packed with skin-soothing botanicals such as aloe vera and organic jojoba oil. TruSkin’s innovative blend creates a supercharged serum that improves tone and texture and targets signs of aging.

TruSkin Vitamin C Serum. (Photo: Amazon)
Save face! The megapopular TruSkin Vitamin C Serum is on sale. (Photo: Amazon)

Reverses aging and sun damage

Shoppers have put TruSkin Vitamin C Serum to the test, and they're loving the results:

“This really works,” writes one reviewer. “I am 56 years old and my face saw a lot of sun in my younger years. I’ve been using the vitamin C serum for about a month on my face, neck and back of my hands. I use it day and night. I’m a huge skeptic when it comes to skin care and I’ve tried a lot of different (expensive) products. I have to say I really can see a difference since I’ve been using this product! The quality of my skin is much improved — finer and more even texture, fewer fine lines and it has a nice glow. My neck and hand skin look way better too!”

“Facelift in a bottle,” claims one user. “Have used this for about a year now, and I couldn't be more pleased. As a 72-year-old female, nothing pleases me more than for people to think I'm about 10–15 years younger.”

“I can’t believe my results!” raves another. “Not only has it taken away all dullness, but it has also reversed some sun damage!"

TruSkin Vitamin C anti-aging serum
More than 69,000 Amazon shoppers gave this anti-aging serum a perfect five-star rating. (Photo: Amazon)

Gently rehydrates skin

Customers love how the hydrating serum puts an end to dull, dry skin. “My skin has been super dry, my serums and facials oils weren’t helping. Flaking around my nose area and neck felt a little like sandpaper,” explained one reviewer. “It’s made a huge difference for the 2 to 3 weeks I’ve been using it. My skin is glowing again, plump and hydrated.”

It's gentle too: "I am hooked!" added a happy shopper. “I absolutely love this stuff! I believe I am on my fourth or fifth bottle. I have rosacea and very sensitive skin. This has become an everyday part of my skin-care routine, both morning under my makeup and in the evening under my night cream.”

One enthusiastic user summed it up: “Let me just say, This is a game changer. My skin looks and feels so much better. I highly recommend this!”

TruSkin Naturals Vitamin C Serum

$19$30Save $11
$19 at Amazon

Designed to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots, this formula contains vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, witch hazel and jojoba oil.

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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