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Omojo Acne & Tissue Support Serum- reader reviewed and rejected

Is a Solution for:
Rosacea, Wrinkles, Sagging Skin

Pros

Nondrying; fragrance free

Cons

No results after several weeks
July 7, 2013 Reviewed by Cheryl C. 0 Comments
Product doesn’t appear to do what it claims

I reviewed the Omojo Acne & Tissue Support Sea Cucumber Serum ($15) with great anticipation. Anything I can do to clear up my blemish-prone, aging skin is welcome. My issue with blemish-clearing products is that they are drying, and this makes the aging issue worse. This clear, fragrance-free serum is not drying at all (it is also not moisturizing), but it can be used with any combination of other serums and moisturizers. The dispenser is easy to use and convenient for travel with no leaks. Initially, I used this serum on my left side. At first, I saw some reduction in the number of breakouts on my left side, so I tried using the serum on both sides. However, the results I experienced in the first few weeks seemed to vanish as quickly as they appeared!

To give this product the test it deserves, I continued using the entire bottle. I suspected that the blemishes were caused by my use of sunscreen during vacation, so I continued using the Omojo Acne & Tissue Support and changed sunscreens. The blemishes improved, but I cannot say that the Omojo serum had any long-lasting effect. Unfortunately, blemishes reappeared as they usually do. Also, I did not notice any “tissue support” or any change in my skin’s texture. I am disappointed that this did not work for me. The Omojo fit in seamlessly with my skincare routine and lasted for a few months of twice-daily use. However, I could not recommend this for someone like me who needs a mild product for blemish control.

Ingredients: Demineralized water, algae extracts, 1.3-butanediol, Glycerin, Extracts of sea cucumber, Extracts of Squalene, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, derivatives of Vitamin C, Allantoin, stroke, RH-40, Diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoate, EDTA-2Na, Hyaluronic Acid

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