What: Verso Skincare.
Who: Mature skin, blemish-prone skin, city-dwellers.
How: Formulated with Retinol 8 technology, Verso features unique technology in brilliantly restrained packaging. Dark Spot Fix contains the highest concentration of Retinol 8, and reviewers say it makes quick work of sun damage and residual acne scarring; brown marks of discolouration, essentially. It also features niacinamide, one of my favourite ingredients, that aids in the inhibition of melanin production and visible redness.Their day cream, night cream, serum, and oil all contain shea butter which makes them more suitable for those with insufficient oil production rather than those prone to congestion. Despite that, I am more comfortable with recommending Super Facial Oil, a formulation which includes a light-weight ester of shea butter rather than the more unprocessed variant typical to skincare. And to start your routine on the right foot, Foaming Cleanser is a cream-based cleanser with a slight lather. Its formula is rather minimal, though it is a gentle option to consider.
Why not: The line is a tad bit confusing in that it is not made clear why there are so many products, despite them saying they offer few. If Retinol 8 is so fantastic, why are there so many different products in the collection? A day cream and night cream, alright, but why a serum, a face oil, and a dark spot corrector? I think greater clarity in that regard would be appreciate. On another note, Canadian availability is limited with no major physical retailer carrying the line; a shame, because the results of Verso are widely cited.