Good Molecules Super Peptide Serum

Who loves peptides? ME! I am a huge fan of peptides for many reasons, but one of the main reasons I love them is because they feel so good when you apply them!

Of course, they reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but a truly amazing peptide serum and/or moisturizer is one that just sinks right in without any residue. It plumps, hydrates and brightens. Can you ask for more? (Maybe, but you know what I mean!)

Let’s talk about the brand. Good Molecules is a brand that believes in skincare products that work at an affordable price. For example, this Super Peptide Serum is only $12. A steal, I think. This product is Vegan, gluten-free, has a pH of 6.28 (YES! They tell you the pH!), and is full of peptides and copper tripeptides.

There is a small amount of citrus essential oil in this, but honestly, I can’t smell it. Just a FYI.

This sinks in like a dream. I really am reaching for this a lot and am loving it as the first serum that I apply in my routine after acids. It’s so hydrating as well, which I enjoy. It’s not tacky at all and sits well under other serums. As for reducing lines and wrinkles, I can definitely tell it plumps, but more to come on long-term effects.

It’s a great product at a great price. I love the consistency, price, and peptides.

Beautylish sells this and was so kind to gift this. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

Have you tried anything from this brand? I really am liking a lot of their products so far.

Lots of Love,

Jennifer

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