Versed Stroke of Brilliance Brightening Serum vs. Glossier Super Glow Vitamin C + Magnesium Serum

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*Both products are cruelty-free. Glossier is $28 for 1 fl oz while Versed is $20 for 1 fl oz. Glossier has slightly more upscale packaging with its glass bottle and suctioned dropper that seals better. Glossier is more of a creamy serum, while Versed is much more of an oily serum. However, both formulas felt very similar on the skin once they dried. Both had a slight scent but neither one bothered us. If you're looking for a creamy texture, we recommend Glossier, but if you like an oily serum we say go for the Versed.

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Eleanor

08/16/2019

I have used both and they are so similar that it’s hard to decide which is better. One is more or a serum and one is more of a cream-but I think it’s worth saving some money by going with the versed.

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