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Reader reviewed and recommended: Reluma Skin Iluminating Anti-aging Serum

Our Rating: 5 stars

Pros

Plumped skin for a youthful glow

Cons

Expensive price tag
November 5, 2008 Reviewed by TIA Community Member 3 Comments
A top quality anti-aging serum that doesn't irritate sensitive skin

Posted by Susan

I just finished my full size sample of Reluma Skin Illuminating Serum ($145/20ml and $220/30ml) today. It lasted about six weeks I think, though I didn't really keep too close a watch on how long it lasted. First of all let me say that you really don't need much. It spreads really easily and one pump does it for the whole face.

It also is very easily and quickly absorbed and I didn't mind at all the slightly tacky feeling it left after application as it too didn't last too long. I did need to use a moisturizer on top of it since it really didn't provide enough moisture, but then again that really isn't the job of a serum anyway.

Anyway, to get to the heart of the matter, this stuff really truly works. I was amazed as nothing and I mean nothing I have ever used before has ever worked remotely as well and I have used a lot of different creams, YBF, Bellaplex, Perricone, Dermatone, etc, etc, etc. This plumped up my skin and gave it back that youthful, glowy smooth look that is so hard to come by. I don't have many wrinkles for my 57 years and have that thick but sensitive middle eastern skin yet this did not irritate it in the slightest.

I have to admit when I think about what the human fibroblast conditioned media consists of (human baby foreskins) I am totally grossed out yet, I will just have to bypass that thought since I will be ordering this again and again!!!! Totally worth the price tag. Thanks Marta for recommending this and all of the excellent work you do researching all these products.

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  • November 25, 2013

    by theresa

    (5 out of 5)

    love it

  • February 18, 2011

    by marta

    Hi JustD, I'm only 2 weeks or so in and I'm not seeing much of anything yet. But I am going to be patient and give it at least 6-8 weeks

  • February 18, 2011

    by JustD

    Marta, I'm still curious about your upcoming Invitrx Reluma Lash review. I can't find much info on it other than what's on their website and not a whole lot of reviews, or maybe I'm looking in the wrong place. I'm currently using Code:ai and Hydropeptide, the length is starting to really show up as I lost all my lashes I had gained with Lilash when I went to Revitalash's reformulated product, it sucks bad oysters! Anyway, I haven't seen the fullness that I once had and I'm just wondering what type of results you've been experiencing.

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