Vitamins, soy protein, and pomegranate extract infuse this milky serum so it can easily penetrate and repair stressed-out, under-nourished skin. Their unique blend of ingredients also help with skin pigmentation issues as well as fine lines. It’s lightweight enough to wear under any moisturizer and good for all skin types, from dry to acne-prone.
Sometimes I dread trying new products on my skin just because it often leads to breakouts due to the sheer volume of different products I try, but I think the name alone drew me in. Well, that and the scent. I don’t like heavy or perfume-y scented skincare, and this smells almost neutral. It has replaced a lotion antioxidant I was using daily, but was sometimes too heavy with a moisturizer especially under makeup.
Cell Food isn’t the only star in the collection, resting comfortably within Elemental Herbology’s slick lineup of skin and body care I’d tout ‘Natural Chic’ where technology brings the very best out of vitamins, flowers, and fruit extracts.