When it comes to advanced skincare it’s serums that lead the way as the molecular size is smaller when compared with a cream. Smaller molecules sink deeper within the layers of our skin whereas creams target only the surface layers. NIOD have mastered this with their Multi Molecular Hyaluronic Complex which I featured a while back. I really liked this product so I was excited to test out the Copper Amino Isolate Serum 1.00%. This product is a great all rounder as it keeps the skin in a heightened state of repair yet also contains hyaluronic acid which is great for moisture. With this you can expect to see improvements with hyper pigmentation, pore size, wrinkles, texture, tone and radiance.
This comes with a generous volume of copper amino isolate, especially when compared with other (sometimes more expensive) brands on the market. This is what I like most about NIOD. They create concentrated products that give clearly noticeable results at a fair price. This makes total sense to me because they no doubt sell truck loads of the stuff because of the results and price points. I feel the same about Paula’s Choice and I always recommend them to anyone looking for the hardest working products that are good value for money. NIOD have also got the packaging right (in my opinion) so it’s a win win for me.
This comes in two bottles that need to be activated before the first use. I mixed the pure copper amino isolate with the remaining serum and gave it a good shake before use. I apply to my face after cleansing and leave it for at least 30 seconds before applying a moisturiser. After the first time my skin looked instantly smoother and generally better. I’m using it morning and night but I will go down to just the night after 10 days. This is great at healing so if you’ve had a spot or scratch expect to see accelerated repair when using this. So far I’m super happy with the results and I definitely recommend you try it out and see for yourself – especially if you are concerned with anti-ageing.