Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum

While I was well over Christmas, the said can’t be said once it was all over. I woke up on boxing day with a sore throat, and an outbreak of a hormonal bump on my face. So, I reached for Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum.

Someone recently complimented me on my skin, which I thought was very kind. This person said I had very smooth healthy looking skin, and even compared me to Snow white of all people. Well I wouldn’t go that far and say I’m even close to Snow White, just due to my pale pasty complexion.

However, while I have noticed that in my 30s, this skin of mine is looking hundreds time better than it did 5-6 years ago. It does occasionally have the odd hormonal bump, if you know what I mean?

On Christmas day itself I was well and felt dandy, the same couldn’t be said the next day on Boxing day. As I woke up with a sore throat and a headache. And before you think it just a hangover. It didn’t feel like a hangover. It felt like I was coming down with a cold. Which is exactly what I needed right at the end of the year. That was sarcasm if you haven’t guessed.

And If that wasn’t bad enough, I had that hormonal bump on my face that decided to popped up and say hello. There I was feeling good about my skin, especially after the compliment and nope – it wasn’t going to last long. Something just has to become unbalance within my skin. Oh well, what a girl to do? Well there is something I could do.

I recently went through a sort out of my beauty cardboard and I came across the Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum which I acquired earlier this year. Completely forgot I had this little serum to test out.

This came in the nick of time and it was just what I was looking for. So let me explain to you about the Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum.

Bring back your youthful, supple skin and get rid of unwanted wrinkles with strategically formulated Bee Good Youth Enhancing’s Facial Serum.

It is made entirely with specific British ingredients including hydrating British bee honey and propolis, collagen stimulating peptides, antioxidant-rich blackcurrant seed oil, and larch extract which replenish, hydrate, and smooth your facial skin.

This lightweight, fresh smelling, premium cream penetrates deeply, leaving your skin quenched, soft, and firm. Bee Good anti-aging formula is free from harmful ingredients and is kind to your face. You will not find any parabens, phthalates, mineral oils, synthetic colour, silicone, SLES, or SLS in our product, which means it is safer to use.

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I have tried various Bee Good products in the past and had good experience, so I was keen to try this out.

The serum itself has a thick consistency, so you will only ever need a pea size amount. There is a smell, a very faint smell. It kind of reminded me of mint leaves and peppermint with almond oil. But you can only very vaguely smell it.

This sink into the skin instantly and does not feel greasy. Almost immediately you skin will feel soft and look healthy.

Lots of reviews has said that this work best with foundation and primer. I didn’t try it out with either of those things. I like to think adding to many products to face isn’t going to do any good. But I could be wrong on that front.

Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum made that hormonal bump feel a lot calmer and less angry.

If you suffer from dry skin or that hormonal bump, then I do recommend using this. Overall Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum is lovely to use. Once again, while it was marketed as a youth enchanting serum which will make me look younger. I really couldn’t say, if it did make me look any younger. It did on the hand – give me back that soft clear complexion.

Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum

Bee Good Youth Enhancing Hydrate, Smooth & Prime Serum

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