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This skin firming, hydrating serum plumps and soothes skin. Formulated with CBD, Niacinamide, and Licorice to soothe stressed and breakout prone skin, while it brightens. Centella Asiatica and Algae tighten aging skin. Tremella Mushroom, Sea Kelp and Coconut Extract provide nourishment, plump, and visibly smooth texture.
Code of Harmony Virgin Skin Serum rating and reviews
Average rating (0 ratings)
4.1 out of 5
Nice and light feeling
I'm not sure I can say I have finished a bottle of serum before! This one was really nice and versatile. I'm not sure I noticed huge changes, but I liked it and would use again.
Love the way it makes my skin feel
35 to 44
Love this product. It smells not great, but the benefits outweigh the initial yuck factor. My skin totally cleared up and looked brighter in a matter of weeks.
65 or over
It irritates my skin.
I also use this in my skin regiment. Love the feel. So far, my skin still looks good for being mid 40’s.
25 to 34
This product has surprisingly great quality ingredients because in the end that’s what it all comes down to as far as the efficacy of a product goes.
55 to 64
Love this product. Skin has a glow !
25 to 34
Hated at first, love now
This reminds me a lot of Elemis’ day/ night face creams. A little watery and at first I was NOT a fan. I’ve been using regularly day & night, for 4-5 weeks and I’m actually liking it quite a bit. My skin looks bright and smoother. It’s plumped & helped with fine lines...abc it’s pretty hydrating. It absorbs completely in about 1 minute. Oh! And my dispenser was fine :)
18 to 24
Smells, faulty dispenser
This product hasn't made a major difference in my skin so far. I've been using it for almost 2 weeks now. The smell is intense and I'd also like to mention that the dispenser squirter came damaged, so I can't use it unless I pour it into my hands which is annoying. Overall, I can't say I do or do not recommend this but it's ok. Just nothing special from what I've seen in my skin so far.