I had been wanting to get my hands on this product ever since Tropic first released it. I have used a lot of oils and masks to try and repair my skin damage. I get a lot of dry skin in areas, as well as some under-the-surface bumps so hearing people buzz about the nourishing qualities it has, got me intrigued. I wanted to test that.Super Greens is a nutrient boosting serum which contains a plethora of natural ingredients filling this green potion with sheer goodness. The Marula and Kendi oils calm skin irritation and combat redness while also being lightweight on the skin and fast absorbing – no stickiness! The green oils and tamanu oil help skin repair (note: tamanu has a scent to it, which I can only link to a curry smell however in my opinion it isn’t too overwhelming). And then Kale and Maca root extracts give the essential vitamins (and overall magic!) to nourish deeper layers of your skin.
To use: Simply massage a few drops into your skin, in upward circular motions for at least a minute or so. This will allow the nutrients to soak into the deeper layers of your skin. When I first used this product, I neglected to spend time massaging it into my skin however, I have made a point to change this routine and have seen such a difference since in the appearance of my skin since. I tend to apply it at night time after applying my Night Repair, not only for optimal effect overnight but also because I’m quite sensitive to scent and i’d be conscious of people being able to smell the serum.Overall, this product is great to boost your skins natural defences which I think is exactly what we all need around this time of the year. This product has found a holy grail spot in my skincare routine, and no doubt has for many others too. I’d recommend it to anyone and everyone.
Have you tried the Super Greens Nutrient Boost Serum?
Cheerio for now!