As someone who is conscious of a few pigment problems, I was super excited to give this serum a test. Particularly in light of its promise to counteract signs of ageing and to brighten dark spots. Eviternity was a new discovery for me. The range aims to bring only the best and most effective products at prices better than the old big brands to consumers, while still paying close attention to quality ingredients.It is also environmentally conscious, sourcing everything responsibly and never allowing any products or ingredients which have been tested on animals to find there way into products. The range is made in the UK from naturally derived ingredients and is also cruelty free. But let’s talk more about this best selling serum from the range. Vitamin C Super Serum has been expertly formulated to reduce the signs of ageing by helping reduce the appearance of lines, wrinkles, age spots and dull, faded looking skin. It’s packed with key actives to stimulate the skins production of pro-collagen as well as boost the skins ability to induce hyaluronic acid. Meaning lots of natural moisture and hopefully in turn, more radiant skin. It’s advised to be used twice daily after cleansing and as serums are usually more potent than creams to be applied sparingly.Eviternity do warn if you find the serum sticky on your skin after application then you have probably added a little too much – a little really does go a long way. It is better to massage in a smaller amount and build up until you know the exact amount which works for you.I’ve definitely got overexcited on occasion with application and as promised it is too sticky! I find the best method is to squeeze a few drops into the palm of your hand and then massage in using your finger. Aside from the stickiness when I’ve used too much, I am a fan. This has a lovely fresh smell of ginger which makes it feel nice and organic. It is recommended to be used twice a day but I have adapted this into my routine as a night serum. Moisturiser under makeup is a must for me in the daytime and I found by the time I had all three applied they were a bit of a grainy mix on the skin. Despite my more moderate application, I do feel my skin is brighter and more radiant when I use the serum. It doesn’t break the bank either at £19.99 and if you are controlled with the drops it’ll last too. This addition to my nighttime skin will be sticking around for sure and I’d recommend to anyone looking for skincare to brighten up the skin.