I am 69, and have been using the serum for 13 days now, and have just re-ordered because... my husband has begun to use it as well! And we are not going to run out of our supply!
He is 73 and has dark spots and red blotches very close to his forehead on his bald head. Lots of them. He has been checked and they are not cancerous spots, but seeing them does annoy him. I have in the past, recommended other useless products of mine for him to try and if they are greasy then forget that. This is not greasy in the slightest.
It has a wonderful light orange fragrance that cannot be construed as feminine. He has been using it twice a day for almost a week. Well, first I noticed a decrease in his spots, and he mocked me, because it was way too soon. Not anymore! His spots are fading and he is thrilled!
Now for me...I can not be without this serum. I have spent much of my retirement pension on high quality skin products that promise me many things. At best they moisturize. But not to the degree that Vibriance Super C Serum does!
I started out using it twice a day, but I had to back off because my skin was a bit too sensitive. (The video suggests starting slow.) I am now using it twice a day. I do not use any added moisturizer day or night! I am hydrated from morning till night and night till morning! I have a glow.
I think my LINES are softer. But my SKIN is definitely smooth and soft. My hands are peppered with brown spots. I have had a couple laser sessions with miniscule results but I forgot my sunblock a couple of times, and bingo they are back!
Well, using my serum...hahaha...the spots are fading! Unbelievably fast! One more thing... I did go online a couple days ago to check out vitamin C serum and packaging because I read a review on here that we can't see inside the container to see when we might be running low.
Well, Vitamin C serum is light sensitive and in order to preserve quality and effectiveness, it SHOULD be packaged so no light or air can get into the product. Just exactly the way Vibriance is doing it. Thank you, and I wish I wasn't always so long winded...