At $13 (marked down from $24), the affordable anti-aging serum has already amassed thousands of positive reviews. Plus, a bottle of the stuff is sold every single minute.
Amazon reviewers are big fans, where the product gets 4.4 out of 5 stars.
“When I first started dating my boyfriend he asked me ‘What happened under your eye? Did you have an injury as a kid?’ NOPE. That was just a deep wrinkle,” one shopper recalled. “So I figured I needed to do something about it and thought I would try this. With just ONE use, the deep wrinkle under to eye was already significantly less visible. I am in love with this product. I've only been using it for a few days but I can already see the difference in my appearance and lines under and around my eyes. I highly recommend to anyone!”
“I feel I look 5 years younger,” another chimed in. “My complexion is incredible. Can't imagine going without this product ever again.”
This top-rated bestseller is backed by dermatologists, too. “[It] was clinically tested for both stability and effectiveness,” NYC dermatologist Joshua Zeichner tells Yahoo Lifestyle. He served on the external advisory panel of dermatologists who had access to the development and research of the serum and validated L’Oreal’s claims.
Zeichner calls the hydrating active ingredient the “ultimate multitasker in skincare,” adding that improved hydration results in the minimized appearance of fine lines and a boost of radiance, too. All it takes is a few drops in the morning and night, he says.
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