Review: Hyper Skin – Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum

Hyper Clear is a hardworking face serum packed with 15 percent vitamin c and vitamin e that work together to brighten skin, smooth fine lines and rough texture, and dramatically clear dark spots from hyperpigmentation. A combination of fruit enzymes, bearberry, turmeric, and kojic acid work together to attack hyperpigmentation and drastically lighten dark marks, age spots and acne scars while natural botanicals work to minimize the occurrence of future outbreaks.

Hyper Skin

I was so excited to try Hyper Skin’s serum, its ingredient list promising and the reviews all aglow. The serum itself is quite small, with the cap of the serum almost half of its own size – but it lasts a reasonable amount of time . . . one month later and I still have some serum left (but probably not a lot). The application is simple and quick – the light gel-like texture absorbing quickly into the skin. At $36, it’s a pricey serum, but definitely worth a try.

Ingredient Pros and Cons

Ingredients: water (aqua), 3-0-ethyl absorbic acid (vitamin c), kojic acid, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, arctostaphylos uva-ursi leaf extract, biotin, camellia oleifeira leaf extract, citric acid, corallina officinalis extract, curcuma longa (turmeric) root extract, ethylhexylglycerin, glycerin, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract, hyaluronic acid, hydroxyethylcellulose, lactobaccillus/papaya fruit ferment extract, lecithin, maltodextrin, melia azadirachta flower extract, melia azadirachta leaf extract, ocimum basilicum (basil) flower leaf extract, ocimum sanctum leaf extract, phenoxyethanol, phyllanthis emblica fruit extract, potassium sorbate, pullulan, pyrus malus (apple) fruit extract, saccharomyces/xylinum/black tea ferment, salicylic acid, sclerotium gum, silica, sodium benzoate, sodium citrate, tetrasodium edta, tocopherol, xantham gum

Significant Pros

  • 3-0-ethyl absorbic acid (Vitamin C addresses hyper pigmentation)
  • Kojic acid (Antioxidant, addresses hyper pigmentation)
  • Aloe barbadensis leaf juice (Soothing, moisturizing)
  • Camellia oleifeira leaf extract (Soothing)
  • Aurcuma longa (turmeric) root extract (Addresses hyper pigmentation)
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract (Addresses hyper pigmentation)

Significant Cons

  • Citric acid (Can be sensitizing)

The Takeaway

Personally, I didn’t see any difference in my skin after one month (which Hyper states is the amount of time it should take to see an improvement), but I also didn’t have any issues with it either. For those with sensitive skin, I would recommend patch testing this first before directly applying it, but other than that, I have no real concerns. Considering its extensive ingredient list, I can’t help but think positively of this item, and would recommend others to consider their own budgetary limits before giving this a try and seeing how it works better on their skin.

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