Which Facial Serum is Right for You?
Dry/Sensitive Skin - When skin is dry or sensitive, look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid and aloe. Anything that will allow the skin to enjoy increased barrier protection and allows skin to protect and heal itself.
Oily/Breakout-Prone Skin - You require a product to help control the oil and breakouts. Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that helps speed up the skin’s cell turnover process. As a result, newer skin cells rise to the surface of the skin quicker, preventing dead skin cells from getting trapped in pores, clogging them, and causing more breakouts. If skin is oily, and less debris is getting caught in pores and stretching them out, pores appear smaller, and skin looks smoother. Fine Lines/Wrinkles - Beyond helping breakouts, a retinol serum is also good for fine lines and wrinkles. Again, because cell turnover has increased, newer, plumper skin cells are coming to the surface of the skin quicker. This helps to reduce fine lines already there, and prevents new ones from forming. Hyaluronic Acid serum is also good for hydration. And don’t forget Vitamin C serums. Not only does it help lighten dark spots, it also helps tighten up the skin and protect against free radical damage.
Dark Spots/Hyperpigmentation - A Vitamin C serum helps reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin by inhibiting the production of an enzyme called tyrosinase which prevents melanin production around the hair follicles. It also offer great free radical protection which helps ward off future damage.
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