Valentia Night Revive Retinol Serum | Review


It’s no secret that Valentia is one of my favorite skin care brands and I am back with another product review of their new Night Revive Retinol Serum.

About the Product

Valentia Night Revive Retinol Serum – A transformative retinol serum that fights wrinkles and provides hydration, for visibly smoother, rejuvenated skin.

This Retinol Serum Will:
– Diminishes wrinkles
– Stimulates collagen
– Improves skin tone
– Manages breakouts
– Conditions skin

Specially selected ingredients work together to achieve optimum results.


– Retinol (Vitamin A): Works at the cellular level to stop winkles, manage breakouts, and evens out skin discoloration.

– Vitamin C: Guards skin against environmental free-radicals to prevent premature aging.

– Vitamin E: Provides intense hydration to diminish the drying effects of retinol.

– Squalane: Derived for pure olive oil to soften and condition delicate skin.

This particular consistency for a retinol serum, is a milky white gel type, is new to me and I am glad it was made in this fashion rather than the liquid (like water) consistency. This gel applies easily and is absorbed right away.
I used it at night and paired it with their Pure Glow Brightening Moisturizer.

This serum is amazing. It really did help clear up a lot of hyperpigmentation, evened out my skin tone and and after two weeks of use, my wrinkles are diminishing. My skin has been acting out and getting dry and flaky, and just using a moisturizer alone hasn’t helped much, but pairing this serum with my moisturizer took my skin to a whole new level. This has provided much needed hydration for my skin.

For more information on Valentina, click here or here.
(Sponsored post, but all opinions and thoughts are my own)

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