Equitance Brightening Serum & Spot Corrector Product Test

I am pleasantly surprised by this product. I had never heard of Equitance before the product test. When it arrived, I loved that it came with a brochure so I could familiarize myself with the products features. I used it as part of my daily night regiment.

I felt after a few weeks of use, I noticed a diminished appearance of dark spots. My skin tone had definitely improved with the help of the serum. Overall my skintone was more even, more radiant, and definitely more bright.

If you’re interested in improving your skin, check out equitance-us.com and use the promotional code INFL15 to receive 15% off their own Brightening Serum & Spot Corrector and a free Equitance skin care trial kit (a value of $37)! Offer good until November 20, 2014

Disclaimer: I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. I received Equitance’s Brightening Serum and Spot Corrector from Influenster for free to try and review. @equitanceUSA @Influenster, #Equitance #contest



Skye is an almost 2-year old Siberian Husky living in San Francisco. We brought her home when she was 6 and 1/2 weeks old and only 6 lbs of pure poop and pee. She had the chubster legs and her ears hadn’t even popped up yet.

She is my first dog and I’m pretty proud that I trained her to be off leash at Fort Funston and Stern Grove, our local open off leash dog parks. Our favorite dog park at St Mary’s is enclosed with a field of perfectly maintained real grass. She is bonded to me and follows me around everywhere I go. Even so, I don’t let her walk off leash when we are walking around town. She gets easily distracted by squirrels and pigeons.

I attribute her training to repetitiveness and that she is very food oriented. Skye hasn’t met a treat she didn’t like or meal for that matter. She is very rough with her toys, we are pretty minimalist in terms of the toys we give her. If you’re interested in dog geared product tests, we are available to do product reviews! 

All product photos will be taken with a Nikon D3300 and will include photos of Skye interacting and/or eating the product.