Review : Azanis Scar Serum

by - Friday, October 07, 2016

Hello beauties! This is actually a very long overdue post so I am sorry for those who have been waiting for this! I am finally posting a review on a local brand skincare, the Azanis Scar Serum. I wanted to make sure that I have used it in a good few months so that I can give my very honest opinion.

This serum is specially formulated with Vitamin E and Cocoa Butter to help reduce the appearance of scars and marks. Chickenpox marks, burns, operational scars, acne scars, you name it. i find that it works better with new scars. Old scars would need more time of usage to see an improvement, just like any other scar serums that I have tried before.

I adore and appreciate the effort that has been put into making the packaging. The products comes in a thick glass bottle with a glass dropper to dispense the serum. LOVE! On the back of the bottle is written the instructions on how to use the serum with teal font. Basically you just have to massage the serum into a cleansed skin, morning and night, or as often as needed.

When I first tried it, I was amazed with how legit it smells like cocoa butter. For someone who is a chocolate craze, I approve. I find the formulation of this serum is super thick and sticky. Therefore I would suggest applying this only at night when you go to sleep if you have an oily skin like me. A good thing about that is a little bit of this goes a very long way. I only need like a drop for my whole face, down to my neck.

I also love using this on scars that I have on my body. I once had a huge scar from a cat scratch when I was doing my practical in the animal hospital it hurts sooo bad. I waited until the wound is dried and start applying this serum onto the scar, and I kid you not, my scar fades in like 2 weeks! After a month, I can say that the mark is completely gone. That makes me realise that this serum works like a charm. I seldomly apply it onto my acne scars just because I do not like the sticky feeling on my face and how it makes my skin really oily when I wake up in the morning, so I only use this for my hands and legs now.

If you are looking for a non-sticky acne serum, I would suggest the C20 Pure Vitamin C Serum that I wrote about here. That one is also one of my favourite product for acne scars.

For the very inexpensive price, I would rate the Azanis Scar Serum 4/5 for its amazing performance. Totally recommended!

Pros :

  • Very affordable
  • A little bit goes a long way
  • Works amazingly on old and new scars.
  • Sleek packaging
  • Smells like chocolate!
Cons :
  • Sticky 
  • Makes my skin oily when I woke up in the morning.

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