[REVIEW] 28 Day Skin Skin Repair Serum

I was extremely excited when the team at 28 Day Skin reached out to me and offered to send me their Skin Repair Serum to try out. They are a newish brand based in the UK and already have a fantastic range of products at reasonable prices. I used this serum for over a month.

What is it?
This is a water based, slightly gel like serum that help to restore and support and help the skin barrier while rejuvenating your complexion, preventing blemishes and reducing PIH (Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation left from spots).

Key Ingredients
Niacinamide, Amino Acids, Green Tea, Zinc, Sulphur, N-Acetyl glucosamine, Ceramides

What do I think?
I truly think this is a wonderful serum and it’s certainly wet my appetite to try more from this brand. Once thing I love about this serum is that they’ve not overloaded the Niacinamide. This has been formulated with 5%, rather than the typical 10% which can sometimes be too strong for some people. It sinks into the skin like a dream and instantly relieves any dryness you may be feeling. The amino Acids help to restore the skins barrier function, which is terrific if you are using strong retinols or acids. I can honestly say it has helped with any PIH I have had on my face from old spots, and with continual use my pores are looking minimized. Its fragrance free and all the serums from the brand are vegan friendly.

Would I recommend?
Yes. Whether you are looking for a repair serum or something to help keep pesky spots at bay, this is definitely a product you need to take a look at.

Price
£13.99 / 10ml or £18.99 / 30ml

A few other things to mention about this brand is that they provide you with a separate patch test kit, which to me is genius. Also, they ask that you send your packaging back to them because they recycle it into hedgehog homes! How cute is that? I really like the look and feel of this brand, and their range of products look great. When I’ve gotten through some of my other purchases, I’ll definitely order some more things from them and review them in the future.