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Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Vitamin C Serum: Your first look



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When and where you can get it, and how it's different from the coveted Truth Serum.

UPDATE 23/07/20:

If you are thinking about giving this serum a go, then you have to check out our review before doing anything!

The iconic Banana Bright family is getting bigger! Introducing the new Banana Bright Vitamin C serum.

We've reviewed the Face Primer and the Eye Creme made it to our best eye cream list. So, to say we're excited is an understatement.

Ole Henriksen products are known for actually changing your skin, all thanks to the abundance of active ingredients.

The new Vitamin C serum is no exception. It's designed to target all major signs of ageing, including dullness, fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots and uneven texture.

The bottle contains an advanced cocktail of Vitamin C, PHAs (polyhydroxy acids), hyaluronic acid and banana powder-inspired pigments. These all work together to improve your skin's elasticity, boost overall radiance and defend your skin against pollution.

The serum's texture is smooth and non-sticky – oh, and it has a gorgeous freshly peeled orange scent.

This all sounds too good to be true and we need to get our hands on it immediately.

Release date

When can you get your hands on it? The Vitamin C serum will be available for purchase from the 27 March, online at Ole Henriksen.

If you think you can wait, we recommend shopping online at Sephora from the 31 March, and in stores on the 3 April.

How does it compare to the Truth Serum?

Since they're both in the "orange" family, aren't they the same?

Not exactly.

Both serums contain Vitamin C. The Truth Serum is also formulated with collagen and these work together to provide you with bright, firm and hydrated skin.

The Banana Bright Serum is like it's better sister. It contains Vitamin C, but also powerful ingredients like PHAs and hyaluronic acid. You can expect to have bright, radiant skin, but it also protects you from signs of ageing.


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