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Wish List: Insta Natural Serums

While browsing on Konga.com, I discovered Insta Natural. I am due to get a new bottle of serum and the percentages of active ingredients clearly marked on the Insta Natural bottles caught my eyes. Compared to the serum I've been using, this brand offers higher amounts of key antioxidants/vitamins that the skin needs to look and feel its best.

I like how lightweight serums are compared to moisturisers and they also absorb easily. I find that it is the most comfortable thing for me to wear during dry season when it's so hot and so humid.

Insta Natural is an all natural skin care range that brings proven anti-ageing ingredients in percentages high enough to see visible results on the skin. Some other products may include these ingredients but it may not be in an amount high enough to work. The products are designed to target common skin concerns like dryness, fine lines, acne and hyper pigmentation. So if you are wondering why you would need a serum or which serum to use, it would depend on your skin's needs.

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I have picked out the bestsellers of the range on Konga.com. The Insta Natural Vitamin C Serum is the top selling serum as it has sold 30 times. Vitamin C is great for the skin because it protects against sun damage and fights free radicals which gives an even tone and healthy texture over time. You can use this to achieve brighter skin because it prevents discolouration and fine lines. Licorice extracts have also been found to correct skin discolourations. It also contains other antioxidants such as Vitamin E and Green Tea and Hyaluronic Acid which hydrates and plumps the skin. No wonder it's a best seller! People with dull and/or dry skin would love this one.

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This is followed by the Insta Natural Age-Defying and Skin Clearing Serum which contains 20% Vitamin C, 3.5% Niacinamide, 2.5% Retinol and 2% Salicylic Acid. This is an all in one serum which reduces acne, spots, wrinkles and fine lines. Vitamin C prevents discolouration, Niaciamide fades post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (acne scars), Retinol reduces wrinkles and Salicylic Acid treats acne. This is definitely more suitable for people with acne-prone skin. Use sunscreen because Retinol can make skin sensitive to the sun or apply in the evening to let it work overnight.

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Another one I would like to try is the Insta Natural Niacinamide Vitamin B3 Serum. It is currently sold out on Insta Natural's website. I believe Vitamin B3 also known as Niacinamide is quite underestimated in the Nigerian market. It is a natural alternative to skin lighteners used for spot treatments but does not irritate the skin and can be used daily. It also enhances the skin's natural barrier. This is my personal favourite because it keeps the skin blemish-free. If you have acne scars or hyperpigmentation, consistent use of this serum should fade them.

These three anti-ageing serums can be bought on Konga.com. The prices have gone up by about 25% over the last few months which I suspect is due to the fall of the Naira. Alternatively, you can buy from the original retailers in Nigeria - Allure Beauty Store, Pentagon Plaza, 23 Opebi Road, Lagos.

Images: Instanatural.com

2 comments:

  1. I ❤ the InstaNatural Vitamin C serum. I've been using it most of this year and I've definitely seen an improvement with my skin. Which one did you end up getting?

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    1. Oh nice! I haven't picked up any yet but I'm considering the B3 serum when my current serum runs out. I would have liked to try the skin clearing serum since it has vitamin c as well but salicylic acid irritates my skin.

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