Is This Mega Hyped-Up £175 Face Serum Worth It?

Okay, £175 is a lot of money for a facial serum/oil, is it really worth so much money? I've been testing out the serum since December, I know I'm late to the party as this serum have been loved by bloggers back in 2016.

Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum is a luxurious multi-correctional infusion of 22 of the world’s most active organic and wildcrafted botanicals. Most luxurious lightweight velvety feel facial oil. The cent is very specific, some may love it, some may hate it, however it does not bother my nose at all. The oil is yellow in color, however once absorbed into the skin it's clear.

Compared to other oils, they often tend to leave a heavy oily film, without actually being absorbed into the skin, that what I always found annoying. Don't we all hate oils left on our pillows? The Vintner's Daughter Botanical Serum can be used during the day, as well as during the night, I prefer nighttime application, I do not use a cream on top of the oil.

The serum should be applied with a 'Push & Press' technique. All you need is  6-8 drops of Active Botanical Serum. You should gently rub palms together, this step will help to activate the serum and distribute product evenly across both hands. Then place full hand on either side of the face and press firmly. Push serum into skin by repeating 'Push & Press' technique on entire face, neck and décolleté. Continue to repeat entire process for 60 seconds. Perfect face, neck and décolleté massage.

After testing out the serum for over 5months, I must admit that I am sold and I would definitely  re-purchase as soon as I run out. My skin seems to be in love with it, I have not broken out, like I would normally do whilst introducing new oils to my skincare routine (they often tend to be to heavy for my oily-combination skin). This delicate silky oily texture has definitely won me over. The oil also helps to fix pigmentation, as well as helps to keep new fine lines at bay, that's another win.

In my opinion the Botanical Serum is definietly worth a try, hence the high price point. Some people collect  handbags, and I am a skincare addict and I love taking a good care of my skin. 

The driving force behind the high price point is the high cost of ingredients and formulation process. Fair enough for what the oil actually does to the skin. What was your most expensive skincare item you tried so far?