Think about a tiny product that’s called Studio 10 Miracle Effect Priming Serum… A product that promises to reduce the appearance of wrinkles in 15 minutes… What would you think about it? Would you just be hypnotised by the claims and try it straight away or just wait to see what it’s all about?

I haven’t tried anything from Studio 10 before. Studio 10 Miracle Effect Priming Serum is one tiny “Revolutionary clinically tested” product that claims to offer a lot. I mean really a lot… More than you would expect from a serum. Products with big claims are the products that let you down the most don’t you think so? Do you want to see some of the claims?

It claims to visibly reduce the fine lines and wrinkles by up to 16% in 15 minutes! 15 minutes, wow! It improves the skin firmness up to 95% within one hour of use and 172% after 6 weeks… It increases the skin hydration by 160% after 12 hours… Well, these are only a few of them. If you want to read all others then you should check this web page. When I see all these numbers, I can’t stop questioning how reliable are these numbers? For instance, how can you get these numbers for the skin firmness?

Type 1 Collagen is one of the main ingredients. This collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity. So all these claims come with a reason, as the increased body collagen level could slow down the aging. I don’t know how effective it is in the skincare products. There are other really effective ingredients which work against anti-aging to hydration. Can all these ingredients can give you the flawless skin?

Studio 10 Miracle Effect Priming Serum texture is a little bit thicker than gel and it feels a little sticky. Once it is massaged in, it sinks in quickly. When I apply it gives a little bit tingly feeling, especially around the eye area. That stingy feeling doesn’t go away for a while, it is actually quite annoying. Except that, serum feels good on the skin but it didn’t make any difference for me.

Studio 10 Miracle Effect Priming Serum is £68 for 15 ml. That’s a quite expensive priming serum with pretty big claims. After using it for a week, I haven’t really seen any difference. I will carry on using it until I finish it to see if it actually improves the skin firmness and reduce the enlarged pores. It won’t be a repurchase and I will stick to my regular trusty products. If you want something luxurious, money isn’t the issue and you believe in these claims, you should check it out. It is best to ask for a sample before investing that much on a tiny miny serum. Would I recommend it? Since I haven’t seen anything visible, I wouldn’t recommend it. Everyone’s skin is different so who knows, it might make miracles for you.

Have you tried Studio 10 Miracle Effect Priming Serum? What do you think about improving the firmness by 172% after 6 weeks?

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