Viola Skin's £15 Vitamin C anti-ageing serum has more than 2,500 five-star reviews online… and the photos speak for themselves

Well brace yourselves beauty fans because there's a new anti-ageing serum racking up the rave reviews online… and it only costs £15.

  • Viola Skin Vitamin C Serum, £15 from Amazon – buy now

From the same brand that brought us the fine line-fading moisturiser and wrinkle-reducing retinol serum, Viola Skin's Vitamin C serum is the latest product to achieve cult status in the skincare world.

While the Vitamin C formula works to brighten and exfoliate the complexion, the serum also includes hyaluronic acid which smooths wrinkles and sorts uneven skin tone.

Along with racking up over 2,500 five-star Amazon reviews, now happy customers are sharing seriously impressive "before" and "after" images of the radiance-boosting serum.

And let's just say, the glowing reviews speak for themselves.

Giving the serum a rave five-star review, one shopper described how she was "suffering from horrible, oily acne prone skin" before trying out the Viola product.

She wrote: "My skin loved this serum from the first use and is only getting better."

Praising the glowing results, she added: "If I miss the serum, I notice my skin doesn't have the same look so I would say this has made a huge difference."

Giving the product an enthusiastic "A++++", another customer added: "This little bottle does wonders and will last quite some time. A small amount of serum on your target areas smooths out fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin lovely and soft."

Along with the obvious anti-ageing properties, another added: "I've noticed a difference in the luminosity of my skin, it's been clearer and looks much brighter. The size of my pores have reduced too."

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