Review: Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum

 Posted by on November 7, 2010
Nov 072010
 

Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum picture

Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum is formulated with a unique blend of apple, olive and grape extracts to give this serum powerful antioxidant properties.  All ingredients in this formula are sourced from Italy. In addition to these fruit extracts GABA amino acid was added to reduce fine lines, Co-Q 10 was added to protect skins’ moisture and Ceramide III to improve tone. This anti-aging skincare cocktail promises to reduce the appearance of fine lines, dry skin and wrinkles with natural ingredients.

“Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum is made of fruits extracts purely harvested from our Moncarlino farm in Italy’s wine region.”

bottle of Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum

Moncarlino serum is more of a light lotion than a serum. The serum is so light that it is quickly absorbed into the skin moments after application. The scent is faint and fades relatively quickly. The light emulsion moisturizes well without being greasy but not too light where you need a heavy moisturizer.

I used this moisturizer for about a week right after cleansing and toning my face. The serum absorbed quickly and did not leave a greasy residue behind. My skin felt renewed and supple to the touch. The product suggests that for best results you should try it for at least 21 days to see a difference in fine lines, dry skin and skin tone. My initial thoughts are that this is a nice light serum if you have dry skin and you are looking for a product that light with great moisturizing properties.

Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum, $59.99

 

Disclosure: The products featured in this review were provided for editorial consideration. Receipt of this product did not guarantee review and all opinions are my own. For further information, please see my disclosure policy.

  One Response to “Review: Moncarlino Rejuvenating Serum”

  1. I love hearing about remedies for fine lines and wrinkles. Especially with winter upon us, I’ve got to up the hydration factor.

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