I have been taking my time to review this product upon seeing how well it worked on my skin upon the initial usage. It’s a good sign really, because the serum looks set to be a fixture in my beauty regimen.
The Derma-Morphose serum is jam-packed with an astounding 21 patients and heaps of active ingredients that penetrates deep within epidermis to pace up the reparation process at the cellular level, as well as to increase cell regeneration and activate collagen synthesis to delay skin aging.
I first started out with 4 drops for the face and neck, then gradually adjusted to a sufficing 3; the serum acts quickly to firm and tighten skin and, you can feel an immediate hydrating effect and I’ve seen/feel an improvement within a short time period! Overtime, my skin feels supple and soft, and I’ve received several compliments for it.
However the one aspect that did not improve is my nasal folds that continue to be discernible and dehydrated, but I’m not totally sure that is part of the serum’s ‘job description.’ I mean, when your face feels supple, you kind of expect laugh lines to be plumped up, right? Especially much emphasis has been placed on that area during application.
It’s to be noted that with the 1st month of consistent Day & Night use, my skin was in exceptional condition – no breakouts, not even during the agonizing hormonal period. It was only after switching up with another night serum in my next skin cycle before havoc sets in.
A ‘blending concept‘ is built upon the serum (along with 3 others in the Kéraskin catalog) that’s individualized according to one’s skin concerns, but it can also be used on its own.
I’m not that knowledgeable when it comes to Science, so instead of blending serums like playing with a kid’s chemistry set, I layered them. Given that the Derma-Morphose serum helps with the necessary cellular repair and other aforementioned functions, I applied another hydrating product because dehydration continues to be a bugging issue – Clarins Bi-Phase Intensive Serum and Double Serum. I’m loving the latter, due for mid-September release, but shall save it for a separate write-up.
There’s a leakage problem with my press sample; the rubber dispensing bulb extracts excess product, resulting a sticky mess and wastage. Other than that, I had no problem controlling the amount needed per usage. Overall, I’m really glad to have encountered this product and will gladly purchase another as soon as the ION Orchard outlet restocks it soon.