Red Flower Illuminating Rose Collagen Renewal Face Serum

Made with the whole essential oil of damascena petals and cold-pressed cloudberry and raspberry seeds, Red Flower Illuminating Rose Collagen Renewal Face Serum is a little bottle with a big effect. This 100% all-natural serum uses botanical ingredients to awaken the skin by improving moisture and elasticity, while reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It can be used in the morning and applied underneath makeup, or as a refreshing boost at night before bedtime. Comprised of seven different fruits and flowers, this lightweight serum is optimum for all skin types, including sensitive, and can even be helpful to those with mild eczema. This organic, floral-scented anti-ager has been a hit with our Truth In Aging community. Here’s what some of our reviewers had to say:

Karin, Late 50s

"I do not remember ever having a serum that nourishes skin so deeply."

Red Flower Rose Serum is an organic combination of very powerful concentrated oils bursting with nutritious moisturizing benefits for your skin. Each rich ingredient works together to optimize the benefits of the serum.

Directions state to apply to clean, moist face, neck and décolleté area. I benefitted from massaging the serum into my skin for a few extra moments. The extra time proved to be beneficial. This serum absorbs quickly and deeply. You will feel your skin become flush, lips become naturally pink and plump and you will feel happy that you finally found a serum that actually works immediately!

With continued use (a.m.and p.m.) my skin became remarkably firmer and brighter, with wrinkles softened and some now diminished. There is a healthy, youthful glow, and I appreciate no longer needing foundation. I do not remember ever having a serum that nourishes skin so deeply.

Jennifer, Mid 30s

"...this serum is very luxurious, almost like putting liquid gold on your face."

I tested the Red Flower Illuminating Rose Collagen Renewal Face Serum because it seemed to be exactly what I had been searching for. The serum is 100% botanical and packs a big punch with a ton of wonderful ingredients. It’s a rich source of vitamin A and promises to reduce fine lines and wrinkles by promoting cellular renewal. At 36 years old with a normal skin type, I don’t have any wrinkles, but I do have fine lines around my eyes and lines on my forehead because I tend to talk with my eyebrows raised. For the last few years, I have been using all natural/organic anti-aging products, but I just felt like they lacked a certain punch. I stumbled upon the Truth In Aging website and am so thankful I did! The Red Flower Illuminating Rose Collagen Renewal Face Serum’s description says it “supports collagen and cellular renewal while boosting elasticity; helps prevent fine lines and wrinkles” — just what I need to combat those fine lines around my eyes and especially my forehead lines!

I decided to only test the product on one half of my face every morning and evening so I could really see if there was a difference. Upon application, this serum is very luxurious, almost like putting liquid gold on your face. Being a rose-based serum, it also smells heavenly. According to the serum’s description, rose oil is full of fatty acids, which provide instant and long-lasting moisturization. I felt the application was a bit heavy — I kept adjusting how much I used, which ended up being about three or four drops on half of my face. With no makeup on, I was pretty shiny four hours later — maybe some would call this radiant. As described, this serum definitely has anti-inflammatory properties to soothe irritation. When first applying, I had a mild irritation on my upper lip from my first time waxing there. After a few days, the irritation on the half of my lip with the serum was completely gone while the other half remained irritated. At this point I may have cheated a bit and used the serum to heal the other half of my upper lip, as well!

Naheed, Late 50s

"My cheeks feel a little fuller and skin is tighter...A little goes a long way, so it’s a good deal."

When I visited the Red Flower website to read more about [Red Flower Illuminating Rose Collagen Renewal Face Serum], I was amazed at the list of ingredients. It has 45 kg of Rose Damascena petals and 10,000 cold-pressed Cloudberry and Raspberry seeds in every bottle (wow) along with other natural oils.

Besides being a bit oily, this serum gave me no issues. My cheeks feel a little fuller and skin is tighter. It seems to be doing a good job in firming my 50-plus combination skin.

The main ingredient, rose oil, seems to offer a lot of benefits. It has essential fatty acids that offer moisturization and hydration of skin. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and toning action to stimulate circulation, thus bringing oxygen to skin. It also claims to repair broken capillaries by strengthening vein walls, but I haven’t noticed that. Maybe I’ll see results after a longer period of usage.

All in all, this serum is full of good ingredients, and it seems to keep its promise of enhancing skin condition and making it firmer. I would recommend it to people with dry skin especially. For someone like me with combination skin, it’s a good product to use during the harsh months of winter. A little goes a long way, so it’s a good deal.

Stephne, Late 40s

"This product is the first I have used that has had a positive effect on my oily skin."

I received this product in the Discover with Marta collection and was very skeptical, given the fact that I have VERY oily skin. On a whim, I decided to give it a try and while it seemed very oily when I put it on, the feeling and look did not last. I have been using it for 4 weeks and have found that my skin is much less oily on a daily basis, and looks more smooth. I have a small increase in pimples, but am willing to deal with those for the benefits I have seen. I have battled oily skin all my life, and it has been worse in the past year, I am assuming due to approaching menopause. This product is the first I have used that has had a positive effect on my oily skin. Who would have though you would use an oil base product to fight oily skin?