Price/Quantity: $14.80 for 1oz
Claims: It reduces fine lines and wrinkles, fades dark spots, hydrates, brightens, and promotes a firm, smooth texture.
Texture: A little thick, but sinks into my skin immediately.
My Thoughts: The Ordinary, for the most part, is known as a brand that offers awesome skincare at an affordable price. While most of their products are under $10, there are a few that cost a little more. One of them being Buffet. This product has been adversited as a "catch all" serum. It reduces wrinkles, brightens, firms, smooths, automatically blocks your ex all of your social media platforms...you guys get it...it has a lot of claims. I don't normally like these types of serums because I don't really see all of the benefits. The most that this did for me was hydrate my skin, but if that's what I wanted, then I would use the HA serum which is half the price. I also feel like this is a product that I would need to use for a few months to see the benefits of it.
Repurchase?: Maybe, but I want to try the Matrixyl 10% + HA first.