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Mad Hippie Skin Care Products, Vitamin A Serum, 1.02 fl oz (30 ml)

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Mad Hippie Skin Care Products, Vitamin A Serum, 1.02 fl oz (30 ml)

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  • Expiration Date: Sep 2019
  • Shipping Weight:
    0.15 kg
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  • Product Code: MHS-88022
  • UPC Code: 609015880227
  • Package Quantity: 1.02 fl oz (30 ml)
  • Dimensions:
    10.9 x 4.1 x 4.1 cm , 0.09 kg
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Product Overview

Description

  • Advanced Skin Care
  • 10 Actives with HPR & Coffee Berry
  • Vegan
  • GMO Free
  • No Animal Testing

More Actives.

More Results.

What is HPR?

Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate (HPR) is a revolutionary, bioavailable form of vitamin A that works to dramatically improve the appearance of wrinkles and discoloration.

Why Coffee Berry?

This antioxidant-rich superfruit is packed with polyphenols that work to neutralize aging free radicals.

Next level serum…feared by wrinkles & sun damage alike

Genuine flower power, natural antioxidants & active essentials work hand in hand to liberate the skin from signs of aging. By leaving out harmful chemicals, parabens, synthetic color & fragrance, Mad Hippie helps your skin achieve true harmony.

Suggested Use

Massage into clean skin every other night until skin adjusts, then move to every night. Follow in 10 minutes with moisturizer.

Other Ingredients

(Actives in bold): Deionized water, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, potassium cetyl phosphate, glycerin, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, dimethyl isosorbide, vitamin A (hydroxypinacolone retinoate), phenethyl alcohol, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexyl glycerin, coconut oil (cocos nucifera oil), xanthan gum, sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), citric acid, steam distilled citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil, coffea arabica (coffee) fruit extract, oat beta-glucan, phytoceramide (soybean palmitate), acetyl glucosamine

Warnings

May cause increased sensitivity to the sun.

iHerb Customer Reviews
 

start it slow

Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 12, 2017 | Verified Purchase

I didn't heed the advice of using AHA / BHA slowly till the skin is used to it. These are active ingredients. After my 3rd application within a week, my skin started to have serious breakouts. Tiny whiteheads popped up and I had red patches. I stopped using it as I read that the skin may purge after using AHA/ BHA. I could see that the pimples went away and my skin cleared up. My complexion started to get clearer. I would try it again on a weekly basis and slowly build up the frequency.

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A Good Vic A Serum

Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 12, 2017 | Verified Purchase

It doesn't cause any breakout and I can see my skin getting smoother after using it. I am going to try the vic C serum from the same brand.

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Very Disappointed

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jul 26, 2017 | Verified Purchase

Was hoping my acne would get better but unfortunately no difference..:( smell good though and it drys out skin even though i have really really oily skin. don't know about its anti aging effects I'm 18

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nice product!

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jul 26, 2017 | Verified Purchase

As I said in the vitamin C review, I really see a difference and improvement in my skin's appearance, and also love how quickly the product absorbs into the skin. I am also a fan of cruelty-free products! Some people warned me that vitamin A might react badly to my skin (some have sensitivity and it can cause redness) but I did not experience this. Thank you.

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