The secret to flawless skin: Women rave about a $50 serum from a beauty brand that promises to heal acne and scars in weeks
- Acne-plagued women rave about products from an Australian skincare brand
- Vital Skin Co is the brainchild of 25-year-old Sydney woman Elizabeth Ware
- Ms Ware was determined to create an affordable range especially for spots
- Designed for all skin tones, Vital is made in Australia from powerful botanicals
- Many say the $40 Skin Glass Cream is the best moisturizer they’ve ever used
Acne-plagued women rave about a $50 serum from an Australian skincare brand that many claim clears stubborn blemishes within weeks.
Vital Skin Co is the brainchild of Sydney financial advisor Elizabeth Ware, 25, who was determined to create an affordable yet effective range after battling chronic acne during her teens and early twenties.
Developed in consultation with pharmacists, the products are made with natural ingredients such as vitamins B, C and E that accelerate healing and reduce pigmentation, without the harsh chemicals commonly found in acne treatments.
Ms Ware made sure the formulas were suitable for all ethnicities, ages and skin types, after struggling to find products marketed for her own Greek-African heritage.
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Acne-plagued women rave about an Australian skincare brand, which many claim has cleared their stubborn blemishes in a matter of weeks. Pictured: a before and after transformation
Elizabeth Ware, Sydney financial advisor (pictured) was determined to create an affordable yet effective range after battling chronic acne during her teens and twenties
Bestsellers include a $45 Gel Cleanser and a $40 Glass Skin Cream, which customers have hailed as the “Best Moisturizer” they’ve ever used.
But the “hero product” — and Ms. Ware’s personal favorite — is a $50 serum laced with niacinamide, the cosmetic name for zinc, which she describes as “super gentle with maximum results.”
The serum is made with Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and reduce redness, swelling and improve the appearance of acne scars.
The brand’s website has dozens of rave reviews, with many crediting the product for clearing up not only their blemishes, but scars as well.
One woman said she felt confident enough to go makeup-free after just a few weeks of using the serum.
“This was so great to clear up my scars,” she wrote.
‘It’s been there for years and for the first time I feel confident that I’m not wearing any makeup, which is huge for me! Will definitely repurchase.’
A second said she’s “never seen faster results” with her skin until she started using the product.
Many call Vital’s $40 Glass Skin Cream (left) the “best moisturizer” they’ve ever used, while the brand’s $30 sage face mask also has dozens of rave reviews.
Ms Ware (pictured before and after using her own treatments) ensured the formulas were suitable for all ethnicities, ages and skin types, after struggling to find products marketed in the direction of her own Greek -African descent
Others raved about the $30 soothing sage mask, with one woman doing it because it had her skin “salvation” all winter.
As the beauty industry becomes increasingly saturated with e-commerce skincare brands, Ms. Ware believes Vital’s inclusivity sets it apart from others on the market.
‘It is our core value. Our products are tried and tested to give results no matter your [ethnic] background or skin problem,” she said.
To browse the full range of Vital Skin Co products, click here.