Remember this: Just because a product is trending does not mean it is the one for you.
Lured by the numerous ads and 'good reviews', I got myself this serum. After all I must start taking care of my skin and treat those fine lines that have miraculously started to appear.
The first shock came in the form of packaging. Labelled a luxury brand, the little glass vial was secured in bubble wrap and thrown into an equally little cardboard box. No product brochure, no invoice! Just an address slip stuck on the box. Could it have been a fake product, the question did occur. A big, initial disappointment.
The serum is a light, fragrant oil and I was excited for it to work its magic on me. The third morning I found my otherwise near flawless face break into rashes. Blaming it on the humidity, I continued for another couple of days. When the problem persisted, I discontinued its use. And magic happened the following day! Whoosh went the rashes and my skin went back to its usual. Overnight!
What I am trying to share with my experience is be careful where you invest (these little bottles indeed are an investment). I wish they had smaller portions for patch tests that would help the customer decide.
I did write to @tjoritreasures
but have not heard back from them. (Yet.) Their comments feature on Instagram too is disabled. (Why?) Something I did not expect from a brand that markets widely. Also, did you notice some of the reviews are repeated? (Quantity vs quality?)
Feel free to repost for a wider reach, to warn potential customers. After all, brands are built on good products and better customer relations.