Serums are often heralded as the secret to a perfect complexion, and it’s easy to see why. They’re designed to deliver high concentrations of key active ingredients with an effective delivery system. But do we really need them? Isn’t our skin care routine already personalized enough?
Don’t worry – your Beauty Guru is here to dispel the rumors and give you nothing but the truth.
Why We Need Serums
If you’ve been hesitant to add serums to your routine, let me reassure you that they’re definitely worth it. Maybe you don’t see the point in adding yet another step to your skin care routine when you’re already using a cleanser, toner, moisturizer, and sunscreen.
But what’s special about serums is that they help target specific skin concerns. Yes, they might be an extra step, but they allow you to customize your routine to target your specific concerns. Who doesn’t want that?
How To Apply Serum On Face
There’s a lot of confusion out there about when serums should be applied. Some people think serums should be applied before moisturizing, while others believe they should be used as a replacement for moisturizer.
The truth is, serums should be applied after cleansing and toning, but before moisturizing. This allows the serum to penetrate deep into the skin, where it can deliver its maximum benefits. So if you’re looking to get the most out of your serum, make sure you’re applying in the right order.
What Serum Should I Use?
When it comes to dry skin, hyaluronic acid serums are the way to go. These serums, like Hydrating Pro Vitamin and B5 + Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum help to draw moisture into the skin, leaving you with a hydrated and healthy complexion.
For aging skin and wrinkles, collagen serums with peptides are a great option. These serums, like Collagen Boosting Recovery Serum and Level Up Firming Collagen help to boost collagen production, resulting in firmer, smoother skin. Retinol serums like Retinol + C Correcting Serum and 3D Deep Wrinkle Resurfacing Retinol are also helpful in smoothing over fine lines and brightening age spots.
Finally, if you have uneven skin tone, vitamin C serums like 50X Vitamin C Anti Aging Serum or Power Punch C Serum are a fantastic choice. Vitamin C helps to brighten the skin and even out pigmentation, giving you a radiant and glowing complexion.
Dealing with dark spots? Try my Dark Spot Corrector serum.
Wanna try something even more cutting edge? What about 3D stem cell serums? Stem cells serums like 3D Future Lift PGA Serum and 3D Line Smoother Insta Firm were created with 3D stem cells, derived from green tea. These serums help to heal the skin from the inside, revealing smoother, more youthful-looking skin.
But that’s not all they do! For example, my 3D Uber Blur Priming Serum was specially formulated to blur wrinkles and imperfections before applying makeup.
What’s Your Favorite Serum?
Have you figured out what serum works best for your personal concerns? Were serums the missing ingredient to your skin care routine all along?
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