Thursday, June 27, 2013

Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum


What else is new now? You tell me. By the tremendously advancement and improvement in the beauty industry, looks like it is no longer about the basic 3 or 4 products anymore. There's always something new and said as will further put the beauty pride on our face. Right. And trust me, I seemingly can't help falling for the new products in the market. When this Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum was introduce to me, oh-boy, did I say no? No. I actually said yes. Whether you consider RM137.00 as pricey or not, that's besides the point, but I? Obviously I bought. I couldn't just say no. I definitely was keen in finding out if it will be another support for putting my skin which I have maybe been neglecting, back to action towards glow and suppleness.  


Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum
Product Description
C Scape Serum contains 10% Vitamin C, essential for the production of collagen and elastic tissue that keep the skin taunt, supple and healthy. An anti-oxidant which neutralizes harmful free radicals, it helps reduce fine lines, wrinkles due to sun-damage or skin aging and also lighten skin complexion. Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula (TDF) is a pioneer in AHA glycolic acid formulations, recommended by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, medical practitioners, hospitals and retail pharmacists.  
Thick and smelling really amazing, packaged in a glass hardy bottle and coming with it pump for pumping and dispensing out the serum. Can be applied day and night before you prep your skin. Before your moisturiser and sunblock and powder or whatever you want to further apply during the day and of course, before youf night cream at night. Spreading and absorbing easily and quickly, and recommended to be applied under your eyes for lightening your dark circles as well. Did I notice any changes to my skin after using for lets say a month? Yes. Pretty much yes for locking in aplenty hydration and for somewhat keeping my skin clear, maybe I should also say for brightening my complexion. Just a few drops, maybe two or three drops, nothing more of it you need for your whole face and without you being concern about any unwarranted effect. All is good basically I must say. If you are asking me, I am treasuring it. 
However, the one thing, in fact the biggest non favourable thing for me is that I need to store Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum in the fridge. Troublesome for me. Why? My fridge is downstairs and after showering and cleansing my face I need to come down for taking the serum from the fridge and applying. Which by  far, as I have told you, is not only troublesome but I tend to forget or I just feel lazy coming down. So, the question now is, will I consider Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum again? No. Not for a matter of convenience. I actually prefer a serum that can sit alongside the rest of my skincare on my dressing table or bathroom shelf. 





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11 comments:

  1. I am always afraid to choose the beauty products.. So most of the time I settle with home-made facial packs.. I am having dark circles .. Thanks for the review..

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  2. very well described post... it reminds me to go for facial which i skipped last week... :)

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  3. wow, such a wonderful serum. Dark circles are a huge problem...they make us look sick. I am going to suggest this serum to my friend, who has been using different creams particularly for dark circles. Nava, thanks for introducing me to this serum!

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  4. Nice post Java,thanks for sharing...

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  5. interesting.. I have used Vit c looooong time ago.

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  6. I have been thinking of start using Vitamin C serum but as have a acne prone skin afraid to try anyth new. your experience is surely helpful

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  7. It is good that you consult with 'Dermatologist' before trying cosmetic but medicated products...I hardly see that happening in India. The Medicated serums in India never smells good, it gives a medicated smell - so when it comes to such serums people follow the popular tried and tested over-the-counter products like ponds, nivea & stuffs... Also for skin, I have seen people using Vitamin E, but Vitamin C is new to me.. But definitely a good info. Nice review, Nava

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  8. I too have dark circle issues a lot.. Thanks for sharing this useful info Nava :-)

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  9. Hi, good review. Where can I get it?

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  10. Hi everyone,
    Thanks so much for comments. Quite a great product except for the need of keeping it in the fridge, I can forget to apply.

    Anonymous - Its sold at authorized outlets eg: skin specialist or dermatologist. Alternatively, please google to see where you can buy it too.

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  11. Will be keen to check this out for my MIL who is now having an attack of spots and very dehydrated skin. Placing it in the fridge will be kinda technical...but you might want to stick a sticky note on your dresser as a reminder. Worked for me when I was using some cactus mask thingy.

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