The secret to the magic of Baré Alchemy's unique bottles. Its a Glam Thing used Bare Alchemy’s Soothe Serum for a month and got results that really worked with softer and smoother skin.

This tiny bulb is filled with the magical solution that is a gift for the skin. I’ve been using Australian skincare by Baré Alchemy’s Soothe Serum for a month now, and I highly recommend it. The bottle comes with a long applicator that doesn’t let the product go waste and allows for easy application on your face, neck and décolleté.

The secret ingredient that makes Baré Alchemys Ambrosia Serums effective is this fruit called Kakadu Plum that can only be found in northern Australia. It’s this ingredient that does the magic. It contains 55 times more Vitamin C than an average orange. This is what makes the skin firmer and fades dark spots. Loaded with antioxidants, Kakadu Plum shields your skin from harmful UV damage, pollution and makes your skin firmer and fades dark spots.

Apart from Kakadu Plum, other ingredients that make up this serum include Argan Oil, Oat Bran Extract, Oat Bran Kernel Flour, Pichia/Resveratrol Ferment Extract, Tasman Pepper Fruit Extract.

For your skin to look and feel healthy, it needs to be properly hydrated. Applying Baré Serum to my face, neck and décolletage after bathing twice a day has significantly improved the elasticity and suppleness of my skin.

If you’re curious, Baré Alchemy also has other skincare products:

Protect Serum for normal skin is rich in powerful natural AHAs to fight free radical damage and oxidative stress, it gently exfoliates the skin and stimulates it on a cellular level that helps in reducing the evidence of ageing and enhances skin luminosity.

Cleanse Serum for oily skin contains hyaluronic acid to boost cell structure and health for full, younger looking skin. A clinically proven blend of anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory extracts work to minimise acne, blackheads, whiteheads and pores for smoother, more radiant skin.


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