First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Serum for Fall 2013

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Serum

First Aid Beauty introduces a new Facial Radiance Serum for Fall 2013. Curious minds as it has been a while since I’ve tried anything from First Aid Beauty and the Facial Radiance Serum sounds like a good product to jump back into bed with.

Promise me brighter skin and you have my attention!

Take a look!

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Serum is an anti-aging serum that supposedly addresses duller skin and acts to correct unevenness while brightening and restoring radiance.

It’s formulated with a triple brightening complex that addresses dark spots caused by aging, sun damage, and acne discoloration. Licorice root is also found in this product and restores overall brightness to the skin with Vitamin C that reduces the appearance of discolorations.

I can’t tell you HOW many dark spot brightening treatments I’ve used over the last year but it’s been plenty.

This is one I’ll keep my eyes on.

Thoughts?

Do share!

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com

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  • 7/18/13 10:13 gail:

    Hi–I’m a new reader of your blog, and really enjoying it. The pantyliner post was pee-your-pants funny (hence the need for a pantyliner!)
    I can’t imagine how you find the time to try all these products, but we’ll vicariously enjoy most of them through you.
    Just curious, though, for things like the serum above–many products take a while to work. With trying so many products, how can you tell which ones work if you are always trying new ones?
    Anyway, you go, girl!
    Your new fan,
    Gail

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    • 7/18/13 10:25 the Muse:

      hi gail nice to meet you and so glad you’re enjoy Musings especially the panty fresheners lol! I haven’t tried this yet so this isn’t a review just an intro post to tell you about the product. Anything I review will be labeled as a review :)

      typically I use skincare products for a month to two weeks, it depends on the product. If it’s a simple moisturizer like for example the new Clean & Clear Hydrating Moisturizer that took me a week to a review as there aren’t any anti-aging benefits, etc to the formula, it’s simply a moisturizing product. Sometimes skincare even takes longer like Philosophy’s Dark Spot Corrector I used for six months or more (I think it might have been even a year before I actually put my review up but don’t quote me) before I reviewed it. It really depends on the product I am reviewing. In most cases like anti-aging product I can’t really say if they are or aren’t working since the results would be very LONG term and I couldn’t express that I didn’t develop fine lines after using a product so and so amount of years so in that case I simply review the formula, how it absorbs, the texture, the scent, what it does, etc…and how I felt about it but I’m not going to tell you “wow I know this is going to fight off fine lines” when in fact I haven’t been using it for years to see those types of effects :) a product like this Radiance Serum would probably take a month or so of use….but sometimes you get lucky and results are instant with skincare and in that case I have a shorter test period with it.

      Hope this helps!?

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      • 7/18/13 10:32 gail:

        Wow! You really do make a science of it.
        Your dedication is admirable…and sounds fun.
        I always thought the “funnest” job would be coming up with names for lipstick/nail colors.

        Thanks for the explanation!

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        • 7/18/13 10:44 the Muse:

          hiya gail! Lol not def no science :-D but it is fun sometimes! I wish I blogged beauty for a living this is just a hobby :-D I def WISH I had a job naming lipsticks and nail polishes! THAT would be awesome haha!

          my pleasure! :)

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