Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Vitamin C Serum Product Review (Tomoson)

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links. 

I reviewed Organic Vitamin C Serum *PLUS the ebook Anti-Aging Naturally * Vitamin C Serum is recommended by Dr Oz for anti-aging *Best face and skin serum for anti-wrinkles *Highest dose of Vitamin C available *Enhanced with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, Gota Kola, Witch Hazel & Dandelion *100% Botanical *Money Back Guarantee, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson.

Product Benefits:

  • Prevents free radicals
  • Helps tighten skin
  • Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles within 2 to 6 months. 
  • Works for 72 hours. Will not wash off
  • Fades sun spots, dark spots, and discolorations. 


  • Aloe
  • Horsetail plant (strengthens tissue)
  • Dandelion Extract (cleans and improves skin_
  • Gotu Kola Extract (for burns, wounds, stretch marks)
  • Geranium (balance)

My review:

First, the product arrived safely with no damage to packaging. Next, I wanted to review the product because I love vitamin C. Vitamin C can help fight off infection, in addition to improving skin. Vitamin C is the only vitamin, I take on a regular basis. 

I also love my clear skin and want to keep it that way. I never had issues with acne or blemishes, which caused a few problems in the family. Even now at 33, I over hear folks comparing their skin to mine or my kids. The other day, my uncle was comparing someone's skin to my two year old. I realized as I got older, I need to start using facial products such as moisturizer. The vitamin c serum also helps moisturize the skin. 

The product was easy to use. After I washed and toned my face, I applied the vitamin c serum. The serum has a smooth and creamy texture. You squeeze a few drops on your hand and apply to your face. Next, the product does not have an odor, in addition the serum does not leave your face filmy. 

Next, the serum came with a free e-book on anti-aging naturally. The book focuses on spices and foods, which can aid your skin. Some foods include garlic, cinnamon, and tumeric. We also need to minimize sugar intake and drink more water. 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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