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A sucker for beauty products, I couldn't wait to try Intensive Youth Eye Gel by Radha Beauty and give my tired eyes a break from the bags they've been carrying lately. To my surprise, the generous folks at Radha sent over the Vitamin C Serum as well as their Miracle Retinol Moisturizer. Using all three in conjunction, the first thing I noticed was that a little goes a long way, which is a huge bonus not only for my ultra-sensitive skin but also for anyone on a budget. An advocate for daily SPF, I've been using each one of these products with my already established moisturizing regimen and there are no signs of residual oil or irritation. The quick absorption and nearly fragrance free scents leave skin feeling clean and fresh. Combining vegan hyaluronic acid, organic aloe, vitamin E and green tea, the Miracle Retinol Moisturizer is definitely my favorite! Not sure how I'd live without it, actually! If you're looking for products containing beneficial nutrients, designed to renew, penetrate and deliver nourishment and hydration for a more youthful appearance, try Radha!

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