I’m back with another Oxygen Ceuticals review for you, as promised. Today I’ll be talking about step three and four of my daily routine using Oxygen Ceuticals products exclusively.
I have recently been approached and asked whether I’d willing to test and review some of their products, but you all know me to always deliver 100% honestly reviews on all products, whether they are sponsored or not.
First off, here are the products that I’ll be talking about:
Ferment Fluid on the left and Moisture Aqua Serum on the right. I have decided to review them together because they work together. Both products absorb best when mixed together and applied at the same time.
I’m going to start off by speaking about Ferment Fluid.
I wanted to show you just how beautiful the colour of this product is, and while my photo’s didn’t do it justice, I wanted to show you their picture of it.
The site says that the products contains fructan fermented extract that helps with brightening and moisturizing the skin. Here are some of the other key ingredients:
Here is the ingredient list:
I was scared initially because my skin can get quite oily, and I didn’t want to put anything on that could potentially cause too much sebum build up and leading to having breakouts or blocked pores. I must say I am pleasantly surprised that even though this products is an oil, it didn’t break me out so far (and I’ve been using for over a month) and considering that I’m applying several other creams on my face after this step, it is quite impressive! The oil works absolute wonders in keeping my skin hydrated through the dry, subzero Korean winter and it also does a great job at protecting the skin from pollution, dust and free radicals.
Here is a picture of all the different options you get:
I used Ferment Fluid during the day and its friend Axel-300 Fluid at night. (I will write a separate review for it)
Something that really impressed me with these products is not only the beautiful colors and the high quality of the products, the brand delivering on their promises, and the overall satisfaction, but the packaging. Don’t get me started!
These bottles are designed with glass droppers in the lids, so that when you open the container, the dropper automatically sucks up just the right amount of oil. The top of the bottle then acts as a button that you press to release the oil. So if you are like me who generally has a heavy hand and always uses more product than is needed, this little mechanism is absolute perfection, and it really does make the product just that much more classy and worth the price tag!
This is what the product looks like and the exact amount measured out automatically with the awesome dropper system:
Moisture Aqua Serum is a great Serum for if you don’t have super dry skin, as it’s got just the right texture, not too watery, not too oily, and it absorbs into the skin really fast. I believe that is why they recommend that one uses it together with the Fluid of your choice. Honestly you can choose from a range of different serums on their site as well, to find the perfect combination for you skincare needs.
Here is what the serum looks like:
Here are the instructions and ingredient list:
And this is what my face looks like after application:
I have some scars from pimples on my cheek that are significantly lighter than it used to be, and I’m suffering from a cold so my nose is red and the area around has dried patches, but the products really helped to moisturize my skin and clear up those problems. Neither the serum nor the fluid left an oily residue on my face. In fact my skin feels really beautifully mattified and clear. You can tell that the skin on my forehead is clear and the pores and wrinkles aren’t super visible.
I am overall extremely happy with the results of these products and I am looking forward to the sharing my thoughts on the rest of the products I’ve been asked to review.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask in the comment section below.