If you have been following me for a while, you probably know I have hyperpigmentation problem. I am a little bit paranoia about sun damage, and I am very keen to try out products that claim to solve pigmentation problem.
I came across Odacite Hyperpigmentation Papaya Geranium Serum Concentrate a while ago from cultbeauty.co.uk. When I got a voucher from them, I decided to spend on this one.
Odacite products are all made in California. No Fillers, parabens, Nanoparticles, Petrochemicals, PEG, Synthetic perfumes, Dyes or Phenoxyethanol. In other words, it’s a clean brand. Their serum concentrates are super concentrate pure plant products. The idea behind it is customizing the product to different skin concerns. I do like the idea.
What they say about the product:
“Dark spot corrector formulated to fade brown spots and prevent the apparition of further skin pigmentation. Papaya fruit enzymes dissolve dead skin cells unveiling a fresh and more even-toned glow. Geranium and Lemon oils combine to further encourage a more evened-out skin tone and provide wrinkle reduction. In aromatherapy, Geranium oil is known to have a harmonizing effect on the mind & body, helping to avoid emotional roller coasters. ”
“Highest-grade cold-pressed certified virgin Papaya (Carica papaya) oil, Certified organic Geranium, Lemon (Pelargonium graveolens, Citrus limon) essential oils, Certified GMO-free Vitamin E (Tocopherols) oil.”
- Usage: I use 2 drops in the morning and 3 drops at night. I mix it with my moisturiser.
- Scent: Very light and enjoyable. The smell is very soothing.
- Texture: Light weight oil. Non-greasy.
- Packaging: Comes in a little black glass bottle with a glass dropper.
- Price: 5 ml – USD 39.00 on their website and £34.00 from Cult beauty. Very Pricey!
I finished the whole bottle already. Certainly it wouldn’t last too long since it’s only 5 ml, about a month or less.
I don’t really see any obvious change on my brown patches or dark spots. They didn’t get worse either. Keep in mind, it’s still winter/spring here. I haven’t really been out in the sun too much. I didn’t think I can see any result after such a short time.
However, it does give my skin a healthy glow. Quite a noticeable change.
Will I buy it again? I am not sure. It’s quite expensive for a 5ml serum. If I decide to give it another chance, I would probably apply it directly on my dark spot to see if I can get any better result.
If you have tried this serum, I would love to know how you like it. Please leave your comments below.