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Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum
Boost your skin with this highly nutritious green smoothie for the face. An antioxidant-rich blend of superfood ingredients to support a healthy, glowing complexion, reduce signs of lines and calm inflamed skin – the best green boost you can give your skin!
Today I’m reviewing this serum from Ere Perez. I am officially on my third bottle of this stuff and have been using it since November. First comment; 1 bottle doesn’t go very far. This stuff runs out quicKKK. I would say one bottle lasts around a month if you’re using is twice a day. I think that’s very quick since I’ve had serums and moisturisers that last at least two months.
That being said, I don’t mind it running out quickly as I find it affordable for the quality and the ingredients used. It’s £27.00 on naturisimo.com and on contentbeautyandwellbeing.com which are the sites I get most on my naturals from.
Ere Perez is an Australian brand and all the products are Australia made. I first heard about the brand from Emmily Banks @depthsofbeauty on Instagram and let me tell you: the packaging is to die for. The glass bottles are so luxurious and the labelling on both the bottle and the box are, in the world on instagram and pinterest, very my aesthetic. So minimal and so beautiful sitting on my #TopShelf (thank you into the gloss for that statement). But packaging is one thing, does this product perform? The answer is YES. A holy and happy HECK yes. I really love this stuff.
It’s early February in London, just to set the scene, and the temperature has dropped. It is cold by Southern UK standards and my skin has shrivelled and seriously dried out. This product I would say is made for temperatures not as low as this but up until this week it was working fine. Right now, I need something more hydrating. But otherwise, this is like a green smoothie for the face.
The hyaluronic acid, mixed with the lactic acid and the vitamin e leaves the skin suitably moisturised and the other ingredients, including spinach leaf, gives the skin some much needed nutrients. My skin absorbs this quickly so it’s easy to add another product or make-up on top and my skin feels moisturised after using. I like to rub the excess onto my hands to moisturise them too. It also has a subtle smell which, I don’t know about you, I really appreciate. It doesn’t linger around either which is great since it’s not the nicest of smells.
The texture is a medium thickness for s serum with a jelly like feeling when put into the hands. It’s not too watery which I really appreciate as I know it has quality ingredients. It feels very smooth on the skin and not sticky at all. An actual drink for the face! Scroll down to buy.
Water, glycerin, levulinic acid, quandong (santalum acuminatum) fruit extract, alfalfa (medicago sativa) leaf extract, raspberry (rubus idaeus) seed oil, spinach (spinacia oleracea) leaf extract, jojoba (simmondsia chinensis) seed oil, sunflower (helianthus annuus) seed oil, chlorophyllin-copper complex, lactic acid, p-anisic acid, sodium hyaluronate, resveratrol, sodium hydroxide, tocopherol (vitamin e), xanthan gum.