It’s been a month of using My Daily Dose Serum curated based on my skin concerns, background and lifestyle. Now it’s time to write a review of this product that Son Ye-Jin loves.
If you want to know how I learned about it, check out my Instagram post here
Why I bought it?
I got curious about why Son Ye-jin (Yoon Se-ri) swear about this product.
Before we start the review, let’s get to know more about the brand and product.
The Skin Inc. brand and My Daily Dose Serum
Skin Inc. believes everyone’s skin is different. This innovative brand focuses on delivering fuss-free skincare that gives the skin what it truly needs. “My Skin Identity” – Skin Inc’s proprietary self-diagnostic tool developed by Skin Inc scientists evaluates your skin through a quick and intuitive quiz. Skin Inc.
After taking the quiz, the result will recommend 3 serums for your My Daily Dose Serum cocktail. This serves as the custom-blended serum that delivers your skin goals in one bottle. Click here if you want to take the skin check and get a whopping 20% discount on your purchase.
Here’s my unboxing video for you to see what’s included in the kit. The serum may vary based on your result.
What’s inside the package?
The kit includes 3 recommended serums at 10mL based on the results of your Skin Identity and the MDD Gradient Blue Serenity Bottle. The quiz identified the following skin concerns: accelerated ageing, temperamental skin, and dehydration. To help resolve these problems, the recommended serums or active ingredients in my cocktail are Hyaluronic acid, Vitamin A (Retinoid), and Vitamin B3+ (Niacinamide, Hyaluronic acid, Panthenol).
Vitamin A Serum helps target dullness and appearance of dark eye circle. Vitamin B3+ Serum helps with multiple skin concerns including helping even out skin tone. The Hyaluronic Acid Serum will provide long-lasting hydration.
Each serum is good for 6 months after opening.
How to use
Pour half of each of your 3 recommended serums into My Daily Dose mixer bottle. Or you can create your own blend to create a unique formulation customized for your skin. You may also use the remaining serums to target specific concern areas.
Apply 3 drops twice daily before applying moisturizer. In my case, I’m using Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Cream as my moisturizer.
Each serum costs $35 while the MDD Gradient Blue Serenity Bottle costs $10. I got mine at $25 each and the blue bottle at $7 by adding the WELCOME15 (15% off) discount code. But hey, don’t forget, click here if you want to get a whopping 20% discount instead.
Is it worth the price? Is it effective?
Ok, you might find the product a bit pricey but I guess what makes this serum worth it is the technology used to keep the ingredients fresh and potent. Each serum uses Skin Inc’s proprietary (seaweed) encapsulation technology from Japan. These caviar-inspired capsules protect pure ingredients from exposure to light and oxidation, keeping them fresh and potent till completely absorbed by the skin for maximum results.
It is 0% paraben, 0% scent, and 0 ingredients that your skin doesn’t need. That’s what makes these serums suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin like mine. I like how it is easily absorbed by the skin and how these capsules melt as you apply the serum on your skin.
After a month of using the product, I can say that it helped me even out and brighten my face. Hyaluronic acid helped in hydrating my skin while enjoying the effects of Vitamin A.
Yet, I do recommend using a moisturizer or hydrating mist to add up moisture on your skin.
If you watched the video, you must have noticed the first few ingredients listed: Water/Aqua/Eau, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin. While these ingredients are humectants, these made me think twice if it’s really worth the price. I’ll leave that to you.
If you want to learn more about Skin Inc. and the rest of their innovative products, you may sign up and shop on their website or follow their social media accounts at
Location: Singapore, shipping worldwide
*You may also buy their products from Sephora
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.