But whenever there is a chance to test a serum, I'm there. Serums offer a more potent dose of repair, don't clog my pores and very rarely will cause an allergic reaction. So when the good folks over at Algenist sent their Targeted Age Correcting Serum, which is made with Alguronic Acid ( a compound of vitamin C, licorice and bearberry extracts) for review, I was ready. Now I am a woman of a certain age, but few can see that because I don't have wrinkles and I have combination skin. That means I do break out and and that can leave dark spots. Algenist Targeted Age Correcting Serum promises to correct and resurface the skin by diminishing dark spots. Can we say winning! And here's why: After two weeks of applying every day, I saw considerable improvement in my complexion. And was the weather got colder and my skin more dry, a small dollop of the serum was all I needed to restore moisture. But the best thing? Is that after all that usage, I've barely made a dent into the entire bottle. And at $79 a pop, that makes a well worthy skin investment. Available at Algenist.com.