Believe it or not, both are 1 FL. oz however one is extremely expensive.
One bottle contains all natural ingredients and the other contains a bunch of synthetic ingredients some of which I can't not even pronounce.
Both products however, really do provide results you can see and feel.
Bellevoir - Skin Renewal Serum I
Info: A unique AHA Honey complex, collagen, alage and soothing plant extracts for a smooth renewed complexion. Clarifies oily and blemished skin.
Comments: I actually love this product. It does not make my skin oily. However, the price for this product is off the charts. It should be illegal to sell something like this at that price. Yet, I keep going back. It comes in an eye droplet style bottle and all you need is about 2-3 drops for the entire face and neck.
This product minimues the look of pores, while lines, wrinkles, blemishes, scars and discoloration fades away over time. It evens out skins tones and brightens the complexion. The product is clear and almost oily in texture.
Pros: Natural Ingredients, improves skin textures, doesn't leave skin feeling oily. The results gradually improves with extended use.
Cons: Price and only available in selected retails outlet. You can also find them online at one of the distributor's site. Again, should be illegal to charge this much!
CLINIQUE - visible skin renewer
Info: High-performance cocktail of exfoliating ingredients prompts a renewal process that is multilevel, time-released. Speeds fresh cells to the surface. Continually unveils brighter, more radiant skin. Leaves skin with a velvety feel and a perfected look
Comments: Again, being a skin renewer, it basically does the same thing as stated above. From their site: "it's a high-performance cocktail of exfoliants prompts a renewal process that is multilevel, time-released. Speeds fresh, vibrant cells to the surface. Continually unveils brighter, more radiant skin. Leaves skin with a velvety feel, perfected look. Evens skin tone. Eliminates dullness and flaking. Immediately minimizes the look of surface imperfections, fine lines, and pores. With continued use, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is visibly reduced."
This product is a cream and comes in a typical cream type dispenser. It is somewhat similar to the Olay "Regenrist" Serum which you can get for about $10 cheaper.
Pros: It's a cream so it does leave the skin feeling soft. The Bellevoir product, not so much. The appearance of the skin does look better when you apply this.
Cons: It's mostly synthetic ingredients. Leaving me to think that it's "covering" the problems and not really improving the skin. Reviews also note that when they run out, they can see the difference and will buy more.
My choice. is obvious! Different people have different skin type so it up to you to decided which product works best.
Next product in the line up are the acne cream. Bellevoir vs Neutrogena vs Proactiv. And can tell you this right now. Proactiv sucks!