Have you heard about Hyper Skin and its top-selling skincare products? Would you like to know if it’s all just some marketing hype or something to be excited about — the real deal? Read on to find out what real customers are saying about the brand’s products.
Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem among people of color. Considering the sensitivity of their skin, such individuals normally struggle to find products that can help keep their skin looking awesome.
Hyper Skin seeks to help this underserved community — by offering a selection of products that address hyperpigmentation. In addition to being its first product, the brand’s Vitamin C serum is also its best seller. Hyper Skin also markets other skincare products, including a Fade and Glow AHA Mask, Gentle Brightening Cleansing Gel, and a Daily Duo Kit, among others.
Like many other women of color, Desiree Verdejo, the brand’s founder, has struggled with acne breakouts, hyperpigmentation, and dark spots since a young age. Having experienced the inconvenience and stress of living in a world where the beauty and cosmetics industry had all but ignored her skin care needs, she set out to create her hyper-targeted brand of products, including this best-seller.
Hyper Even Brightening Dark Spot Vitamin C Serum
Previously known as Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum, this product is designed with a 15% Vitamin C formula. In addition to helping prevent future breakouts, this formulation also promises to reduce dark spots. The serum is also said to have skin smoothing and brightening benefits — thanks to the fruit enzymes, Vitamin E, and kojic acid composition.
According to the brand’s website, its top-selling product promises to:
Effectively addresses Hyperpigmentation
Exfoliate skin gently
Create an even skin tone
Smoothen the texture of your skin
Provide visible results in just 30 days
What the Customers Are Saying
To demonstrate the effectiveness associated with its Vitamin C serum, the brand has a variety of glowing customer reviews published on its website.
One fan named Kathryn says that the serum “did better work than a $400 chemical peel” she had purchased and tried previously.
To back up the claims that the serum eliminates dark spots, another user going by the name of Kwanja says that the product made her skin more vibrant by “reducing dark spots significantly.”
Yet another satisfied customer, Soraya backs the product’s effectiveness by stating that she had always had scars from acne “but they’re disappearing with the help of this [product].”
Judging from the huge number of rave reviews (standing at over 1300 and counting) left by satisfied customers on the brand’s website, it is clear that this Vitamin C serum is quite effective.
Even though the beauty industry is filled with numerous brands that promise to meet the needs of people who struggle with hyperpigmentation, many women of color have had to deal with the disappointment of ineffective products. Fortunately, the Vitamin C Serum appears to be different, if the long list of rave reviews published on the brand’s website is anything to go by.