This #serum promises to smooth the appearance of lines, wrinkles and uneven texture, visibly correct discoloration, redness and uneven skin tone, lifts and firm the skin, and combat dullness using myrtle flower extract, copper tripeptides, vitamin c esters, omegas 3, 6 and 9.
Seeing cold and plasma in the name got me excited, I like cooling sensations from my skincare products because it wakes up my senses. This one did not disappoint on that front. I have never refrigerated this product and yet the light emulsion-like texture felt cool on the skin every time I use it. It smells a bit clinical and the runny consistency is very easy to spread on the skin. It leaves the skin silky smooth but a bit tacky so this is best used, for my #oilyskin, at night. My main gripe about this, though, is the packaging. The plasma is a bit runny so, even with careful handling, some of the products get to the closure. This, after some time, hardens into gunk that gathers around the lid. It might be better if this is packaged with a pump? Of course, I noticed this because I’m almost always using this at night. It has helped brighten my skin. In terms of texture, though, I believe this didn’t provide a noticeable improvement. What I really noticed though was how it firmed my skin. Even though I don’t have enough wrinkles to attest to its wrinkle-fighting capabilities, I have noticed that my skin looks tighter and less dull. It also felt hydrating to the skin and I always wake up with a more radiant complexion after using this.