Reviewers can't stop raving about this vitamin C serum — and it's 65 percent off

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The Vitamin C serum Amazon shoppers can't get enough of. (Photo: Amazon)

There really is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all skincare product. Save for some lip balms, skincare is meant to be individual — what works for one person might not work for you. Instead, we break them down by skin types and needs. If you want to combat oil, you’ll reach for one product, while those with dry or aging skin might go for another. It’s rare to find something that transcends skin type, but Amazon reviewers think they might have found the one diamond in the rough.

Foxbrim Naturals Radiate Vitamin C Face Serum uses an organic formula combining hyaluronic acid for moisture retention, a vegan amino complex to fight free radicals and boost collagen, and plant-derived vitamin C to deliver results. It’s designed to combat aging skin while evening out the complexion and helping with acne scarring. The best part? It’s majorly discounted right now.

Foxbrim Naturals Radiate Vitamin C Face Serum. (Credit: Amazon)

Improves dry and aging skin

The serum uses hyaluronic acid to help the skin retain moisture and build its own natural collagen production, so it easily targets fine lines and wrinkles while restoring plumpness.

One buyer with “extremely” dry skin who lives in the desert says they’ve seen results. “I use it morning and night and the fine lines and wrinkles around my eyes are starting to fade” the shopper wrote. “...My makeup goes on smoother as a result. It's also helping to even out my skin tone.” 

Another reviewer is on their second bottle of the serum says they’ll continue to use the product. “I noticed a difference in my skin almost immediately after starting use,” they wrote. “I have noticed a difference in the fine lines around the upper lip.”

For those with a wide range of skin issues to tackle who don’t want to spend a ton of money and add a bunch of steps to their skincare routines, reviewers say this is a great multi-issue product.

“I have definitely noticed an overall difference in my skin and I get many compliments on it,” wrote a reviewer that's been using the product for two years. “I feel this product is great for acne and acne scars, wrinkles, and pigmentation problems, [like] melasma, eczema, and ruddiness.”

Evens complexion

Vitamin C is known to tackle uneven skin tone and protect against environmental damage by reducing free radicals. “I've tried several [serums] but this one makes my skin feel the best! My complexion is so clear now,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “No dark circles or blotchy stuff happening. I can even go without foundation and I'm 54 years old.” 

Another reviewer vouches for the quick results that the product can deliver. “I have some discoloration spots on cheeks and after 1 week I noticed a difference,” they wrote. “...It didn't dry my skin. My skin is so hydrated with this product and plumped.” 

Good for oily, acne-prone skin and scarring

Using peptides to address skin texture, reviewers notice changes to acne and scarring, as well as minimizing the appearance of pores. Peptides act as building blocks of proteins that are the foundations of your skin, such as collagen and elastin. Restoring them means restoring texture, strength and resilience.

“I love how soft it made my skin, and I clearly saw a difference after just a couple of uses in terms of smaller pores and more even skin tone,” wrote one new mom. “...This has definitely helped me get good skin....honestly almost as good as my skin was when I was pregnant (when I had the best skin of my life).”

Best skin of your life for under $20? Sold.

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