Beauty Pie Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin Capsules Review

As you know I love many items from Beauty Pie. I have had my eyes on their Superactive Capsules range for a while, in particular their Vitamin C ones. I finally decided to get them this year and I started using them last month.

What the brand says:

Our super-targeted ‘one-shot’ face serum capsules hold high doses of stable actives, so you can ‘up your skincare-ante’ as-and-when-needed, with a simple twist, squeeze and tap. Our Superactive Capsules, with a double dose of pure Vitamin C, is boosted with Vitamin E acetate for moisture and antioxidation. They also help to firm, smooth and brighten, minimize the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and help even out skin tone. It’s a daily must-have anti-aging vitamin dose for your skin.


I started using this on the 15th of May every morning, I use 2 capsules for my face and neck. I add a few drops of the Ordinary’s resveratrol & Ferulic acid serum for added antioxidant support but to also help with the texture of the serum (I will explain why later). I also layer The Inkey list’s Q10 serum over this for added hydration. Each tub contains 60 capsules so using 2 a day gives you a 30 day supply. My morning routine is pictured above.

What I liked: the formula. This is essentially 10% ascorbic acid in a silicone base. It also contains Vitamin E and 0.5% vitamin C encapsulated for slow release. The silicone base allows this to feel almost like a primer on the skin. It also feels slightly gritty, I did experience some tingling in the first few days of using it but as my skin got used to it that went away. I mix it with the ordinary’s serum because I want to ensure it doesn’t pill when I layer other products on top but more importantly to get more antioxidant benefits. I also layer the Q10 serum on top of the capsules for added hydration and of course antioxidants. Using this every morning has really made a difference in my skin tone. My skin looks much brighter and healthier. I started to see results after 2 weeks of usage.

These capsules are the easiest capsules to twist open and use (compared to the Estee Lauder ampoules and the Elizabeth Arden ceramide capsules). BP has done a great job of packaging the Vitamin C. Vitamin C is highly unstable so by packaging them in capsules they remain fresh every time you use it. 2 is enough for face and neck and I use whatever is left on my chest or my hands, there’s no left over serum to keep.

What I didn’t like: nothing

Verdict: This year I decided to commit to using Vitamin C serums every morning! So I have been slowing researching Vitamin C serums and making my way through them. I think I have found the perfect Vitamin C serum for travelling and going forward I will be repurchasing this for trips.

I really really like this serum. The capsules are easy to use and it contains 10% ascorbic acid plus Vitamin E. To experience all the great benefits of Vitamin C, research shows products should have between 10-20% ascorbic acid. However, you can also experience great results from 5% too. Anything higher than 20% will work but you are more prone to irritation.

I only add the other serums to enhance the texture and for more antioxidants: I’m serious about antioxidant use in the morning. Highly recommend these capsules if you are searching for a good vitamin C serum to begin with. These are very popular and always sell out quickly so if you catch them in stock get a tub!

I’ve started writing down the start dates of products I use so I can tell exactly how long I was using them for and when I started to see results!

I wish they would bring more formulas in capsule form. I will be excited to see Q10 and some acids in capsule format. Treatment oils would be great too.

Beauty Pie Pure Double Vitamin C & E Capsules are £11.23 for members and £50 for non-members

Good Molecules Overnight Exfoliating Treatment Review

Good Molecules is an affordable skincare brand based in the US and available to the UK via Beautylish. I’ve been interested in the brand since last year and I have tried a few of their products. Today’s post will be an in-depth review of their Overnight Exfoliating Treatment.

The Overnight Exfoliating Treatment is a 10% AHA & BHA serum that promises to resurface and renew the skin for visibly glowing skin.

Good Molecules Overnight Exfolating treatment review


The 10% AHA and BHA is glycolic and lactic acids (AHA) and salicylic acid as the BHA. The directions are to use up to 3 times a week only. It has a natural scent.

I have had this serum for a while now, I use as directed once in a while when I need to shift texture on the skin or when it needs a little boost. I’m almost half-way down the bottle.

My skin is used to high acid content but I still feel a little sting after I use this. When I incorporate this into my routine, I don’t use any other acids or other active ingredients in order to reduce any potential irritation. I would add this to my PM routine only, use after cleansing, then perhaps use a hydrating mist afterwards and a hydrating serum. I use it for 3 days in a row only before switching back to my normal routine. I haven’t experienced any irritation with using the serum alone.

Results? This serum delivers on its promises. It leaves the skin smoother and more radiant. It helps to reduce texture on the skin. It stings but nowhere near what you would feel if you used The Ordinary’s 30% AHA BHA. This is a leave-on serum so there is no need to rinse off.


I REALLY like this serum. At 10% it’s high but it’s also a perfect serum if you want to move up from 5% AHAs. It is important to follow the instructions and use as directed. Storytime: ok so I also have the Honeymoon Glow serum from Farmacy which is 14% AHA. For some reason, I thought it would be fun to use the Good Molecules serum for 3 days take a 1-day break and use the Honeymoon Glow serum too. What did I get? A damaged skin barrier! My skin was dry with a crepe-like appearance with texture. SMH. I had to switch back to ONLY hydrating and soothing products and it took about 2 weeks for my skin to fully heal and go back to normal lol.

This is why I recommend to only use this as the only acid in your routine if you want to try this. To be clear, when I used it as directed I had no issues and I have been using it ever since that episode with no problems. It is only when I followed this serum with another high acid serum, is when I had issues which to be honest is not surprising.

I would definitely recommend the Good Molecules Overnight Treatment. At 10% you will get the renewing and re-surfacing benefits from the AHA and BHA as promised. It also helps to reduce texture and leave the skin radiant. It goes without saying that you would use this at night and you MUST use sunscreen in the AM. Use as directed. You can follow up with hydrating products after using to add hydration to the skin. If you have sensitive skin, please patch test first. If you have normal to combination skin like myself you will really like it but still patch test if you are not sure. If you are an experience acid user and love chemical exfoliation, then girl get this. I wouldn’t call this a dupe for Farmacy Honey Glow but it’s a lower percentage but you will get smoother skin which is what HG promises as well. It’s pretty comparable in terms of results. You don’t need both serums.

Overnight Exfoliating Treatment is $6 on Beautylish

Peter Thomas Roth Potent C Serum review

Peter Thomas Roth has become one of my favourite luxury brands because of their amazing gift sets. It’s one of the few luxury brands I find that has a lot of gift sets with good sizes trial sizes at good prices. And their products actually work.

Today’s post is a full review of the Potent C serum I got in the A List giftset on Beautylish.

What the brand says

The future of Vitamin C has arrived. Potent-C™ Power Serum unleashes the strength of THD Ascorbate, an ultra-stable scientific breakthrough ingredient 50 X more powerful than traditional Vitamin C. Packed with a jaw-dropping concentration of 20% THD Ascorbate, the serum’s performance is amplified by the addition of two ultra-powerful antioxidants (3% Vitamin E and 2% Ferulic Acid), delivering a complete and advanced formula for aging, firming and brightening concerns. This rich moisturizing serum is a must to help improve the look of fine lines, wrinkles, firmness, uneven skin tone, texture and brightness. Fragrance-free.


The 10ml bottle lasted 1 week and 6 days. I used 4-5 pumps every morning over my face neck and chest. I did not experience any irritation from it. This serum is fragrance-free but there is a subtle scent of oranges. It’s extremely lightweight and is quickly absorbed into the skin. It doesn’t leave a residue but it looks and feels like you have just applied a light oil to the skin. It dries down quickly and doesn’t pill, infact it layers quite well with other serums.

This serum combines two powerful antioxidants: THD Ascorbate which is a stable form of Vitamin C. This has been modified so that it is soluble in oil/lipids which also makes it better at penetrating the deeper layers of the skin. This derivate of Vit C has excellent skin brightening properties. The formula also combines Vitamin E and Ferulic acid- 2 powerful antioxidants that help protect against free radical damage. As a whole, I find this formula to be a skin brightening and antioxidant powerhouse. The packaging does well to protect its content from sun, light and air as these can damage Vitamin C and render is useless. I actually really like the packaging.

Over the week I was using it, I found my skin appearing healthier and looking brighter. The serum promises to improve fine lines and wrinkles but I do not have any of those so I can’t comment on that. It did improve overall texture and brightness.


I think the serum would have lasted longer if I used 2 to 3 pumps daily. You are directed to use both morning and night however I stuck to using it in the day time because I wanted the antioxidant protection in the AM. I have always been interested in the full size of this product but I wanted to try a trial size first as the full size if quite expensive. This serum is also packed with skin moisturising ingredients that help moisturise the skin as well as protecting it from the environment.

I really like this serum and I would happily buy the full size.. on sale or with a discount code( a girl has to save right?). If you want to try this serum, I would recommend getting the sample size in a giftset first (they don’t sell it individually) to test out before dishing £76 on the full size!

The set I purchased on Beautylish is linked above. For my UK girls you can get it in Hydration Glow up Kit on Beauty Bay for £36 (comes with 2 other product including 1 full-size item!)

You can also purchase the serum with other Potent C items in the Potent C trio on Beautylish

Btw Beautylish is a legit website and I have purchased so many items from them. Their customer service is top-notch!

I really liked this serum and 100% would recommend it. it is a well-rounded formula and it was just a pleasure to use.



Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum review

Good Molecules is an affordable skincare brand on Beautylish that I discovered last year. I have a few of their products I have been using for some time now and slowing compiling my reviews

The Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum has tranexamic acid and niacinamide promises to tackle age spots, hyperpigmentation and sun damage. It says it will promote an even skin tone


I am writing this review after using the last drops of the serum today. I have been using this as part of my nightly routine intermittently, I started using it for 2 weeks at a time and switching to another serum but in the last 2 to 3 weeks I have used it consistently layering over a hydrating serum.

The serum is a very lightweight texture that doesn’t leave the skin sticky or with a film. It has no noticeable scent and I haven’t had any issues with the serum. It hasn’t stung or burnt my skin. it layers well with other products and I did not have any piling issues with it.

I was immediately interested in the serum because I am always looking for products to tackle my hyperpigmentation. Tranexamic acid is also an interesting ingredient and has promising claims regarding hyperpigmentation and obviously niacinamide which is known for its skin benefits. All in all the cocktail of ingredients excited me.

Results: to be honest with you I haven’t seen a HUGE improvement in hyperpigmented spots. My overall complexion looks brighter but I have had some ‘new’ pigmentation that hasn’t shifted and even the older spots that seem improved. I did notice the serum helps to keep my skin smooth. I noticed most of these results in the 3 weeks I have been using it consistently every night


I really wanted to see improvements in pigmented spots but I saw an overall brighter appearance and smoother skin. Compared to their Daily Brightening Serum which has hyaluronic acid and beta Arbutin, the discolouration serum is less effective. I prefer the Daily Brightening serum. I only combined this serum with a hydrating serum and an acid toner.

Will I recommend this serum? I think I would recommend the Daily Brightening Serum over this. This is a nice serum to use, and perhaps if you wanted a simple cocktail of ingredients and wanted overall brightening then I would. At the price, it’s a good one to try, you could even use two to use back to back to see if you see better results. I wish I had another bottle.

Good Molecules Discoloration Correcting Serum is $12 on Beautylish. I have only seen this on Beautylish and they ship to the UK. They have the best beauty online customer service I have experience and I highly recommend them. They add custom charges to your order so there is nothing to pay for when you receive your package.

Elizabeth Arden Advanced Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum Review

Elizabeth Arden Advanced Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum is one of their bestselling serums the brand is known for. I purchased the Superstart Booster serum giftset over Christmas last year and it came with a trial size of the serum. I then also got the Booster gift set as a Christmas present so I had two trial sizes to play with. I was excited because the research and reviews of the serum sound good so it was definitely something I was looking forward to.

Elizabeth Arden Advanced Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum says Pure. Potent. Precise. Our ceramide serum has triple the anti-aging power for visibly firmer, smoother, healthy-looking skin.

The capsules come in 30, 60 or 90 tubs.


The trial size came with 7 capsules each so I had 14 in total so a 2 week supply using one each night. I decided break it up to see if there were any benefits, I used the 1st seven took a break then the other seven. It has no noticeable scent to me and I didn’t experience any irritation.

You can twist or cut the capsule to break them open and one capsule is enough for face and neck. The oil feels silky smooth and velvety on the skin. I use the leftovers on my hands or chest. I use it as the last step in my routine, layered over serums and creams.


With my little experiment, I’m afraid I didn’t notice any HUGE improvements to my skin. The texture of the serum is beautiful and it goes on well onto the skin, it doesn’t sink into the skin straight away but it doesn’t feel heavy on the skin. I notice the next morning, my skin feels really soft and hydrated but that’s about it. The serum has a lot of claims but the one I really felt was soft and hydrated skin the next day.


Ever since I used the Estee Lauder Ampoules I have been very interested in trying these targeted capsules/ampoule type products. I really really REALLY wanted to like this because I thought I would get very similar results to the Estee Lauder ampoules. I did not. The Elizabeth Arden feels nice on the skin and leaves my skin soft the next morning but I don’t need a £39 capsule for that. I can use a lot of other products for that. I wanted to experience more of their claims but I didn’t. Maybe I should have used it for 14 days straight or perhaps I needed more of it? who knows

Based on this experience I’m not interested in purchasing the full size product. I think Beauty Pie’s Ceramide capsules may be a dupe for these, I will be getting those to try out to see.

Elizabeth Arden Advanced Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum is £39 for 30 capsules on Boots


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Its Skin GF Effector Serum review

Its Skin is a popular South Korean brand. I have personally used 2 other serums from them and some sheet masks and I really loved them. I got this serum from a friend last year and I was looking forward to adding it to my routine.


The GF effector serum promises to provide moisture to the skin and help protect and soothe the skin from environmental damage.


I started using this serum in my nightly routine, layering it over a 2 to 3 drops over serum and before moisturiser. I have also used this serum in my morning routine. I have no issues with it pilling with other products. This does contain fragrance and it’s a pleasant scent (subtle) but I have not experienced any irritation from it.

This is a very lightweight watery serum that sinks into the skin quickly. It doesn’t leave the skin sticky and it doesn’t leave a film. I really like this serum. It leaves my skin hydrated, glowing and plump. Used at night I wake up with soft and hydrated skin. I’ve looked at the ingredients and it full of a lot of stuff with antioxidant properties, ingredients like Vitamin E, Tremella Fuciformis Polysaccharide and gingko extract.



A good hydrating serum that doesn’t leave the skin sticky. I didn’t realise how many antioxidants were in this formula but it’s really good to know. I have now used 3 its Skin serums and I have loved all of them. I finished the bottle some time ago before writing this review before I wanted to have the full experience before writing my thoughs

I will recommend.

It’s SKIN – Power 10 Formula GF Effector is £10 on YesStyle


Farmacy Honey Drop Moisturiser Review


Farmacy is a brand I discovered through Instagram last year and since then I have loved every product I have tried from them. From the Green Clean cleansing balm and the Honeymoon serum, I am really looking forward to discovering more of the brand.

Farmacy Honey Drop Moisturiser is a lightweight cream that is quick-absorbing with a blend of Royal Jelly and golden Cupuaçu Butter Beads to leave the skin feeling soft, supple and moisturised without a greasy feel


Honey Drop is a gel-cream texture that really sinks into the skin with ease. Whilst I’m not a huge fan of the scent, the cream really leaves my skin hydrated with no oily feeling. I’ve been using this twice a day, AM and PM and I have experienced no irritation from it.

This lightweight cream works really well with other serums and doesn’t pile when layered on top of them. The Cupuacu beads melt as you rub the moisturiser into the skin. this moisturiser leaves the skin soft and hydrated. It works well under makeup to leave the skin hydrated through the day. Honey drop also has other beneficial ingredients like amino acids and triple hyaluronic acid complex


There is not much to say other than I really like this moisturiser. I love the texture, last year I fell in love with gel-cream textures because of how hydrating they are. This cream is very lightweight, sinks into the skin and leaves it very hydrated and glowing. I have the travel size as I purchased in a set but it’s lasted the whole of March- I have just run out of it. Whilst I love the packaging, I feel as though it will be better housed in a tube or a pump bottle because the texture is fluid and lightweight, not as fluid as a serum or lotion but it’s not as thick as a cream

I love this moisturiser and I honestly feel like I’m putting water on my skin when I use this. if you have oily skin this would be a great moisturiser to use. I have normal to combo oily skin and this works extremely well with it.

I would definitely recommend

Farmacy Honey Drop Moisturiser (Full size) is £42 on LookFantastic. I would recommend you get the Mighties gift set which has 4 travel sizes of their best selling products for the same price. This is the set I got and it allows you to test out these products before deciding to purchase the full price.

The Mighties is £42 on LookFantastic

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid Review

I’m slowing making my way through my small collection of The Inkey List products. I have now reviews on the Zinc Moisturiser and Vitamin C serum (here). Today I will be reviewing the Hyaluronic Acid Serum which I was using for about 2 months and have run out.

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid has 2% pure hyaluronic acid at different weights which means it can hydrate and penetrate different levels of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is known for its hydration properties and the ability to hold attract and hold moisture.


I added this serum mostly to my evening routine, using it after toner then spritzing with water. The serum is very lightweight and watery and sinks into the skin quickly. It doesn’t have any particular scent and I experienced no irritation.

The HA serum layers really well with other serums and I didn’t experience any pilling. I loved using in in the evenings with other water-based products like gel creams but I also tried it a few times in the morning. I really like this serum. It’s not sticky or tacky when it dries down. It leaves my skin plump and hydrated.


This is a really easy product to add to any routine. I recommend HA for all skin types in all seasons. It helps to hydrate and plump the skin adding to its overall health. This one is very watery and lightweight and doesn’t leave the skin sticky when dry.

I will recommend and will purchase soon.

The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid is £5.99 at Boots

Drunk Elephant C-Firma and B-Hydra serum Review

Drunk Elephant, unless you have been living under a rock in the skincare community, you have probably heard of the brand and might have tried something from them. When I first heard of the brand, I was excited but it was only in the US then they finally came to the UK and it was super expensive. Then they revised the prices and whilst my interest was still there, I started seeing and hearing a lot of people talk about their customer service and how they treat customers especially if you have a compliant or issue with any of their products. With luxury priced items and crappy customer service I was put right off, I was still looking at stuff but I knew I wasn’t going to buy anything.

One of the main items I was interested in is the C- Firma Vitamin C serum. It’s one of their best sellers and I love using Vitamin C and always searching for better formulas to try. Las Christmas I thought I would add the Rise & Glow Gift set to my wish list and completely forgot about then when I actually got it I thought I would test it out.

Rise & Glow contains deluxe sizes of the C-Firma Vitamin C serum and the B-Hydra Intensive hydration serum, both at 8ml only and for £19! C-Firma is 15% L Ascorbic acid and also contains pumpkin ferment extract and Ferulic acids and promises to brighten, firm and even complexion. B hydra has pineapple ceramides and pro vitamin B to hydrate and improve skin texture. The whole ethos of DE is staying clear of the ‘Suspicious 6’ (essential oils, drying alcohols, silicones, chemical screens, fragrance/dyes and SLS). They recommend a pump of each serum mixed and applied in the AM


So I have been using this for about 16 days now with 2 day break. I have finished the B hydra serum literally this morning. I was mixing 3 to 4 pumps of B hydra and 1 to 2 pumps of C-Firma daily as morning serum on clean skin with no toner. I’m not a fan of the scent, I know its fragrance free ( I have used a of fragrance free products and didn’t mind the scent). I did experience some texture at the start of using them (not sure if it was the serums or that time of the month) but the texture cleared and I hadn’t experienced anything else.

After using the combo for a week, I began to realise my skin was super dry and tight during the day. I have normal to combo skin and I don’t usually experience this unless have used something mattifying in the morning (I usually don’t). At the time, I was also testing out a new SPF and switched to a new moisturiser but I had used the moisturiser before (Beauty Pie Daily Moisture lotion) and it’s not mattifying. The SPF I was using had a power finish and was slightly mattifying but I thought as I have used the B hydra serum my skin shouldn’t feel this dry and this tight. In order to try and find the cause of drying, I did some revisions.

I kept using the DE combo and SPF and switched cleansers but there was no change. I then went back to the old cleanser and switched serums (used Superdrug Hydrating serum £3!) kept the same SPF and spent all day in Storm Dennis AND my skin wasn’t as dry or tight was when I was using the DE. The next day, I tried a different serum (Intense concentrate with Inkey List Vitamin C), same SPF ( this actually pilled) and same cleanser spent half the day in Storm Dennis and my skin wasn’t as dry and tight. Then I tried a more hydrating SPF (Nivea SPF 50 moisture lock), same cleanser and the DE combo and whilst my skin wasn’t as dry & tight as the previous week my skin was still feeling dry. The Nivea SPF isn’t new to me and I was using it previously it kept my skin moisturised during the day.

I then decided to try their recommendation of using a 1:1 ratio (1 pump each). This wasn’t enough product for my face and I did feel as though I wasn’t using enough. I would use 1:1 ratio for my face and another for my neck. I kept the same ‘matte’ SPF, cleanser and moisturiser. I also tried a 2:1 ratio (2 pumps of B Hydra and 1 C-Firma) these ratios gave me the ‘best results’. My skin felt normal for longer and was only feeling dry and tighter towards the day of the day. This is what 2 pumps of B Hydra & 1 C Firma look like.

Overall thoughts

From my revisions it is clear that when I used too much of the serums (more than 2 pumps of each) it left my skin feeling dry and tight. I don’t understand how too much of a hydrating serum can do this or perhaps it was the vitamin c serum? It also dispenses the tiniest amount of product I’m not sure if it’s because I had the sample size of if the full size also dispenses that much product. I didn’t like the scent of the cocktail but I didn’t experience any piling. I am impressed on how long the 8ml serums have lasted

I have been using the same power foundation, hydrating primer combo and setting spray, the only new serum was the DE combo. My skin doesn’t look any brighter or more even than it already has. My verdict is I don’t think I experienced any benefits from this. I expected so much more from these serums but it fell short.

Are you a DE fan what do you think of their customer service and products?

Nivea Q10 plus Vitamin C Skin Sleep Cream Review

Nivea’s ionic Q10 range got an upgrade last year! The new Q10 plus C range has the same benefits of Q10 now with added pure Vitamin C. Q10 is a naturally occurring coenzyme in the skin that aids in regeneration and repair. It is an antioxidant that combats oxidative stress which results in healthier looking skin. Adding pure Vitamin C then, another powerhouse antioxidant known for skin brightening and antioxidant properties means a match made in heaven.

I first came across the range at a PR event and instantly I was interested. I was gifted a few products from the range and including the Q10 plus C Anti-Wrinkle + Energy Skin Sleep Cream. The cream targets tired skin and fine lines. It promises a fresher complexion that is radiant and smooth.


I have been using this as a night cream for the last few months, I’m just about to finish the tube ( I have a backup). I use it every night and I’m sure it’s been a good 2 or 3 months now.

This is a lightweight cream that feels moisturising on the skin with no oily residue or feeling. It doesn’t have any particular strong scent, its pleasant and smoothes easily over the skin. It layers well over serums and under oil, I have experienced no pilling or irritation.

Does it work? YES. My skin has been more radiant and healthier looking. It also looks more even-toned. I still have pigmented spots but the overall appearance of my complexion is much healthier. As for targeting wrinkles, I don’t have any so I can’t comment on that. For tired-looking skin, I would say my skin looks fresher. Ignore my dark circles and bags, this is my skin after my AM routine after using the sleep cream at night. I have no makeup on!


I am really really surprised by this little drugstore sleep cream. It is well formulated and well packaged to protect the Vitamin in C as vitamin c is quite unstable. I can see where the vitamin c has oxidised as it has been exposed to air (in the cap and its orange).  The sleep cream comes in a metal tube with a narrow nozzle. I’ve also been using this on my hands (excess after my PM routine and my hands have been looking fresh, PS use any excess products on your hands, chest etc)

Will I recommend? YES if you want an easy and inexpensive way to introduce Q10 and Vitamin C in your routine I would definitely recommend. I always suggest antioxidants in your routine, the more the better and especially in the morning as they will work with your SPF to protect from pollution and environmental aggressors.  I have combined the sleep cream with oils, acids and I have had no issues with it.

My only wish is that they state the percentage of Vitamin C in the cream however looking at the ingredient list, Ascorbic acid is the 5th ingredient and the list isn’t too long. This means it is in there at a good conc to be effective and I can definitely tell!

Nivea Q10 plus Vitamin C Skin Sleep Cream is £12.99 at Boots