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It is pricey, no doubt, but in my opinion, it is worth every cent. It seems like they do this sale two to three times per year so I take advantage when it is on sale and always snag a bottle. Since it’s Vitamin C, it doesn’t have a super long shelf life (even if it has never been opened) so I don’t keep several bottles lying around just because I’d rather just order a ‘fresh’ bottle when I need it.
I’ve also been asked what other Vitamin C Serums I have tried in the past and I’ve about tried them all…
– Drunk Elephant (third favorite)
– Skinceuticals (second favorite behind Obagi)
– Paula’s Choice
– Sunday Riley (fourth favorite)
– Ole Henriksen (this is the only one I truly did not like. I felt like it did nothing.)
Overall, I have tried some budget/drugstore brand vitamin C serums and while I have never disliked any of them I’ve tried, in my opinion, I think this is one of those products where the higher price tag likely means that the product will give you better results.