None of the kits come with a serum, so I would suggest determining which one is the most appropriate for your skin and adding that to whichever regimen you choose. It could be useful to look at the OH official website. From what I have read, I believe the products in the bright pink bottles are meant for more skin that has already aged and needs wrinkle reversal, whereas the products in the orange are age prevention. I have tried both of these serums (the bright pink called "See the Difference Serum" and the collagen-boosting orange "Truth Serum"), and I think it depends on your skin type. The one in the pink bottle has a cream consistency and the orange bottle is more of a gel; I think this is because most anti-wrinkle creams fight the dryness of maturing skin, so they assume skin is dry. For this reason, I use the orange bottle (the one you described) in the summer and the pink bottle in the winter. In general, they would likely suggest the orange bottle for younger, perhaps oilier skin (for reference, I'm 21 with normal-to-combination skin). Both serums are excellent, and I'm sure that either would supplement the Red Tea Anti-Aging Kit beautifully.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
Yes I believe the Truth serum is actually the recommended morning serum for this line. If you look up the Ole Henriksen page on sephora and click on beauty regimens and look at the age defense part it tells you what you should use.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
I am 41, but definately think I would have used this product as a preventative line when I was in my twenties. I have used other products from Ole Henriksen, but have'nt seen as dramatic of effect as I have with the African Red Tea line... You may want to get a sample of the collagen booster to try before you purchase the full size, I too have sensitive skin and some of the serums tended to upset my skin.