Does Facial Serums Benefits Your Skin?

Posted by Dr. Tilwonda Fowler on

Facial Serums

There are so many facial serums on the market, but do they benefit your skin? Depending on the ingredients and how they are used, the answer is yes. Whether you’re looking to quench your skin’s thirst, lighten up dark spots, or heal blemishes, there’s a facial serum out there for you.

These facial serums have amazing ingredients and benefits so you can achieve a soft and glowing complexion.

Vitamin C Serum

Vitamin C Serum

Vitamin C serum has a variety of benefits for your skin. Vitamin C itself is an

antioxidant that can rid your skin of free radicals that are known to cause damage and aging of the skin. We consume vitamin C in our regular diets, but only minimal amounts of it reach the skin’s surface. Using a serum containing vitamin C gives our skin the best chance at receiving ample amounts of the vitamin.

Benefits

Vitamin C serum is known for lightening and brightening skin by inhibiting melanin production. This is great for battling hyperpigmentation, sunspots, and an uneven complexion. It can also increase collagen production to prevent wrinkles and speed up healing of blemishes.

Best application

This serum can be used morning and night. If applied in the morning, it should be applied after cleansing your face, but before applying sunscreen and moisturizer. It’s the best to use vitamin C serum directly after cleansing so that your skin can absorb as much as possible. If used at night, you can cleanse, tone, apply serum, then moisturize. Always remember to apply the serum prior to moisturizing for the best results!

Vitamin C serum can cause slight irritation for sensitive skin, so it is wise to do a spot test prior to applying to your entire face. You can begin using the serum every other day and continue according to how your skin reacts.

65% Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Hyaluronic acid can be seen in a wide range of products but using it in a serum can provide you with a better chance of reaping the benefits. This is because serums are much more effective at being absorbed into the skin. Hyaluronic acid

Hya Serum

is already present in the skin as a sugar that holds onto water. The unfortunate part is that free radicals and exposure to our natural environments can diminish the amount of hyaluronic acid available. This is where a hyaluronic acid serum comes into play.

Benefits

Hyaluronic acid holds onto water and promotes a hydrated, plump, and dewy complexion. Dry skin is a common concern for many of us, especially during the cold months. It is important to keep our skin hydrated to prevent peeling, flaking, and blemishes from popping up. Adding a hyaluronic acid serum to your skincare regimen will make sure your skin is retaining as much moisture as possible.

Best Application

Just like other serums, hyaluronic acid can be applied morning and night. It is best to cleanse, apply serum, apply sunscreen (mornings only), then moisturize. Hyaluronic acid also pairs well with vitamin C as both of them work together to repair any damage that has been done to your skin.

Because hyaluronic acid can be found naturally in the body, it is rare that any side effects occur. If you are using it in combination with other products it is always advised to do a spot test to check for any sensitivities.

 

 


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