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Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum Review

Edible Beauty No. 3 Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum looks like any other anti-aging products but there's more to it than what we normally expect from similar items. 


Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum Review


Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum



First of all, most of the active ingredients are derived from natural sources. These include Kakadu Plum Extract, White Tea Extract and Acerola Cherry. 

  • Kakadu Plum supposedly contains more vitamin C than oranges. Vitamin C is not only useful for boosting the body's best defenses but also encourage collagen production and reduces hyperpigmentation. This is why it's normally bundled with most glutathione products. 
  • Acerola Cherry also contains Vitamin C and functions similarly, plus more functions. 
  • White Tea also contributes to collagen production as well as prevents elastin depletion to maintain skin elasticity. 
  • Hyaluronic Acid, well known for its anti-aging properties is also an active ingredient. 



Edible Beauty


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More awesome facts about this product:


  • formulated for those with sensitive skin --- it's hypoallergenic and gluten-free
  • vegan --- no animal based ingredients, mostly natural plant based ones
  • cruelty-free --- not tested on animals

The brand itself, Edible Beauty, is an Australian-based company which formulates botanical luxury skincare products using wildcrafted ingredients they consider to be very safe that it can be edible (not recommended though).



Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum Review


Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum Review


Apart from the natural ingredients used and all positivity surrounding the brand behind it, the product itself is good. Nothing miraculous to expect but does what's expected of it in terms of anti-aging effect. A bit pricey though, starting at $57 on Amazon or almost 3k in PHP

Where to Buy it


Edible Beauty No. 3 Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum is available in most beauty stores including Sephora, Refinery 29, the actual brand site (Edible Beauty), Amazon, and more. 




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