Mini Project Pan – Serum Stash

Hello, hello!

As you all know, I’ve been trying to work my way through my stash and use things up each month. I have a few serums that are getting a little old, and I really want to commit to finishing them up before buying anything new (and before they go off).

All four of these serums only have approximately 1/4 left, and I’m hoping to finish them up by the end of April. Let’s take a look at what I discovered hiding at the back of my skincare shelf:

The Ordinary Serums - Project Pan

The Ordinary Argireline Solution 10% – originally reviewed here. I just started using this one again about two weeks ago.

The Ordinary Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG – originally reviewed here. Another one that I’ve been using every morning under eye creams for about two weeks.

The next two, the Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12% (Vitamin C) and Granactive Retinoid 2% Emulsion – original reviews here and here. I set these two aside when testing out some creams that had c and retinol in their formulations, because I didn’t want to overdo it ingredient-wise to prevent irritating my sensitive skin. I’m going to alternate between these two serums in my night-time skincare routine.

The Ordinary Serums - Project Pan

I’ll be checking in with my progress in a few weeks (on or before the end of April).

Thanks for reading

abrashattitude.com have a beautiful day!

Disclosure: I paid for these serums.

8 thoughts on “Mini Project Pan – Serum Stash

  1. Yes, definitely use them up while you can. I went through a few things I hadn’t used yet the other day and although not all cosmetics seem to have use-by dates (or not clear ones at least) I had to throw two gels away, oooops! Lesson learned…x

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  2. I have so many serums in my stash, it’s a bit ridiculous! I’ve committed to not buying any more – I also found a whole stash of serum samples as well. I’m sure I have enough for a year!
    Good luck with your project pan. 🙂

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