Today I will be reviewing the Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum Concentrate. The Korean Skincare regime has taken the market by storm everyone has been talking about including skin potions like Retinol Serum, or Niacinamide Serum. Nowadays our skin is exposed to a lot of pollutants and other aggressors which cause free radicals to form. Therefore it is vital that we include serums that help in rebuilding and rejuvenating our skin. That is where Vitamin C Serum comes to our aid. It not only reduces pigmentation but also neutralizes free radicals thus helping in new cell formation.
This super serum is power packed with antioxidant-rich Vitamin C, to correct skin dullness, pigmentation, and premature aging. Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum aims to prevent and correct the damage caused by these skin stressors. it visibly enhances skin brightening and luminosity.
Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum Ingredients:
The packaging doesn’t mention the full ingredient list. But you can find them on their website.
Full Ingredient List: Aqua, Cyclopentasiloxane Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Extract, Saxifrage Sarmentosa Extract, Acetyl Tyrosine, Arbutin, Glutathione, Aminopropyl Ascorbyl Phosphate, Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi Leaf Extract, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Glycerin, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Metabisulfite (and) Phenoxyethanol, Methylsilanol Mannuronate, Phenyl Trimethicone, Dimethiconol, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Silanetriol, Hyaluronic Acid, Terminalia Ferdinandiana Fruit Extract, Malpighia Glabra Fruit Extract, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sodium Hydroxide, Dimethicone, Methylisothiazolinone, IFRA Certified Allergen Free Fragrance
The percentage of Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum is not mentioned for this product. Dot and Key uses a lot of natural extracts that has skin brightening properties in this serum. It has Kakadu Plum and Acerola Cherry, which are natural sources of Vitamin C.
Dot and Key has another Vitamin C Serum that has 20% Vitamin C. It comes with a liquid serum base with Ferulic Acid and Blood Orange and a powder activator with pure L Ascorboc Acid that has to be mixed with the serum base.
Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum Review
Packaging: The product comes in a cute, little 30 ml plastic bottle with a dropper. The bottle is appealing with its bright yellow color and is leakproof and travel-friendly.
Color & Texture: It’s a colorless serum. It has a typical consistency of a serum that is neither too thick nor too thin. It’s perfect.
Fragrance: The serum has a slightly fruity fragrance due to the presence of fruit extracts. Those who are into fragrance-free products may find it bothersome, personally, I don’t mind it.
First, let’s talk about the packaging. Hands down these are the cutest and the most sophisticated packaging among all the Indian Skincare Brands that I have come across. I was looking for a good Vitamin C serum and I was glad to have purchased this product. Honestly, I was quite scared to use it at first because Vitamin C if not used properly can cause skin irritations.
I have used the St. Botanica Vitamin C Serum before and I didn’t get great results from it. That had an oily residue which was quite inconvenient for me. But the Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum is just marvelous. It has a good skin feel, is fast absorbing, and is very hydrating. Moreover, it didn’t cause me any skin irritations.
I have a combination type and this product didn’t dry out my skin nor did it leave any oily residue. This product gave me results within a month. The best part of this serum is that it works well for people of all skin types. My sister has acne-prone skin and this serum didn’t cause any irritation to her skin. It visibly reduced blemishes and brightened her skin tone. However since this is a Vitamin C product, I recommend doing a patch test first and slowly introducing it into your skincare routine.
Overall, Dot And Key Vitamin C Serum is a good beginner-friendly vitamin C Serum that helps with imparting a beautiful glow to the skin while helping with pigmentation significantly.
- Lightweight, water based serum.
- It is Hydrating.
- Visibly removes blemishes and pigmentation.
- Revives dull skin.
- Fast absorbing consistency.
- Works well for most skin.
- Claims to be dermatologically tested.
- Only key ingredients are mentioned.
- The percentage of Vitamin C is not mentioned.
Would I recommend it? Unless you are keen on knowing the percentage of Vitamin C, Probably yes I would recommend this product for its results. It is a nice product suitable for most skin types.
Have you tried the Dot & Key Vitamin C Serum? What do you think of it?
Guest Author: Brishti Mondal