I was excited when Valentia partnered with Brandbacker again to allow me to try their Night Revive Retinol Serum!

Here are some of the product claims from the Night Revive Retinol Solution’s Amazon page, (where you can purchase the serum for $35!):

  • WRINKLES BE GONE: Retinol is an antioxidant triple threat! Retinol penetrates to the cellular level to stop and diminish even the deepest of wrinkles. It helps to reverse the clock, for more youthful looking skin.
  • IMPROVES SKIN TONE: Vitamin C enhances Retinols protective and skin toning effects. These two together protect the skin from environmental damage and create more even skin tone and texture.
  • MANAGES BREAKOUTS: Not only is Retinol great for wrinkles it also helps prevent breakouts and clear up old ones!
  • NON-DRYING: Valentia‚Äôs Retinol Serum is specially formulated with nourishing Vitamin E and Squalene to condition and moisturize the skin. So forget about those drying retinol formulas, and hello to softer skin.

I am personally interested in a retinol product for the help with acne but I’m at the age when I have to start worrying about wrinkles too! (Insert sad/crying emoji here!) I’m also really interested in the inclusion of Vitamin C since I love its skin tone-evening effects. I’m pleased to know that this serum includes both of these!

The packaging of the Valentia Night Revive Retinol Serum is a simple (but trusty!) eyedropper and the formula is milky white and kind of liquidy in texture, so it spreads really evenly.

So what are my thoughts? I haven’t been using the Valentia Night Revive Retinol Serum long enough to speak to the wrinkle reducing properties but hopefully over time, this will definitely help! My skin has been looking smooth and even, so I’m glad I’ve worked this into my routine for a few weeks! Maybe the Night Revive Retinol Serum will make its way into my permanent routine!

Press sample received in exchanged for an honest review.

A self-proclaimed beauty junkie/hoarder with a serious Sephora problem. After years with Birchbox, she now has a subscription box problem as well. Her free time is a mixed combination of cats, TV, and finally trying to figure out how to do her hair.

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