Anyway, I'm surprised this is a serum, because it comes out of the pump a firm cream. I warm it in my hands before smoothing it on my face, and it melts right into my skin leaving it soft and supple. But still it's a cream, and a firm one no less, and I expected a serum to be more liquid.
It's scented with nice and mild powdery scent, similar to products in the Benefiance line, and it's actually really moisturizing on its own already. There had been nights that were more comfortable and less dry, and my skincare layers pretty much stopped with this serum. No adverse reaction so far, but I'm not noticing anything amazing either. I'm really just slapping on anything thick and creamy to appease my raging dry skin, which this seems to do the trick. And that's to say I won't be spending the big bucks to get this in full size.
2012 Fall Skincare Bonus, from which I already reviewed the Bio-Performance Super Eye Contour Cream and Eudermine Revitalizing Essence.
***Screenshots from Shiseido USA.
Best of Shiseido Spring 2013, from which I already reviewed the Benefiance WrinkleResist24 Intensive Eye Contour Cream, and another mini bottle of Eudermine Revitalizing Essence.