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Breylee Serum – The Overview
“Breylee” is a company that makes a handful of skincare creams and serums including Breylee Serum which is a vitamin C serum that may help to soften the appearance of wrinkles, support collagen, and protect skin against oxidative damage.
It is marketed and sold through an official website which contains some information about the product and how it is supposed to work. While the website is reasonably professional in appearance and consumer friendly, it is very standard in what it offers. Some contact details are shown so consumers can get in touch with the customer service department and there are success stories but no before and after photos. The product page for Breylee Serum includes the list of ingredients contained in the formula, but no full descriptions on each are provided and individual amounts used are not disclosed.
Consumers can purchase Breylee Serum directly from the website where it is sold in the mid price range. The manufacturer does not offer discounts for larger orders and they don’t provide free samples or have any kind of loyalty programs for their customers. There is a 45 day money back guarantee, but returned items must be unused, in the same condition that they sent it to you, and in their original packaging.
Ingredients Contained in The Product
Disodium Edta, Glycerin, Di ethoxydiglycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose
Breylee Serum – Product Description
According to the manufacturer, Breylee Serum contains Vitamin C, with antioxidant protection to prevent melanin formation to restore skin health, promote skin metabolism, and activate damaged skin cells so as to restore elasticity. While these benefits are listed and all the ingredients, their concentrated amounts are not shown so the actual potency of the formula cannot be assessed and there are no results shown from any clinical testing that may have been performed in the formula to back their claims. It is suggested to take 3-5 drops in the palm of your hand, apply it to cleansed face and neck with fingertips. Massage the Breylee Serum until absorption. Apply day and night.
Good about Breylee Serum
- Breylee Serum ingredients are listed
- The official website is professional and user-friendly
- Usage instructions are provided
Bad about Breylee Serum
- Manufacturer contact details are limited
- There is a conditional money back guarantee
- Scientific testing is not cited
- There are no free samples for Breylee Serum
- Quantity order discounts aren’t offered
Breylee Serum – The Bottom Line
There does not appear to be anything about Breylee Serum that makes it stand out from other vitamin C products on the market. It contains a standard blend of natural rejuvenating ingredients but there are no clinical studies cited as proof of just how well it really works. Customer reviews for Breylee Serum are provided and, as with any kind of topical vitamin C product, results will vary from person to person. It would be helpful if more details were provided about the formula ingredients, such as their exact function and concentrated amounts, so consumers could have a better understanding of the product in relation to its rejuvenating benefits.
Breylee Serum isn’t overly expensive when compared to other vitamin C products, nor is it so cheap that it makes one question its quality. However, given the fact that there are no free samples available and the conditional money back guarantee. Consumers won’t feel confident in buying Breylee Serum with the knowledge that they can’t get a refund if the returned item is used.
Because vitamin C is an unstable ingredient, finding properly formulated serums is paramount to reaping all the benefits of the antioxidant. We generally recommend looking for serums that contain ascorbic acid, also known as L-ascorbic acid — the most active form of vitamin C — and to store whichever one you buy away from sunlight to prevent oxidation.*
Below, their favorite vitamin C serums for every skin type.*
3 Tips for preventing dull skin:
1. Exercise regularly to enhance blood flow and boost overall health.
2. Start the day with a glass of warm water and lemon juice.
3. Always get at least 8 hours sleep to maximize nighttime skin cell regeneration.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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