Every product in your skincare regime should indeed have a skin-loving range of antioxidants, reloading, and skin-restoring ingredients, but serums are unique. Face serums are more highly developed, concentrated formulations meant to address specific requirements in a more focused, inspiring manner.
Serum for face, when included to the regular skincare routine, can offer several benefits, some of which are mentioned below:
• If you have breakout-prone or sensitive skin, you know how essential avoiding economical occlusive agents can be. As serums are particularly meant to be delivery systems, they do not contain any of those. Their objective is to ensure that their fancy active ingredients get past the external cover of your skin and offer their immensity inside, so everything that can get in the way of that assignment is left out of the cocktail completely. Thus, you get an uncontaminated, potent skincare potion.
• Serums contain the highest concentration of active ingredients that you can get without a prescription. Moisturizers and cleansers typically contain between 5 and 10% active ingredient, while serums can contain up to 70%. This indicates that you will get results, whether you are looking to reduce fine lines, even tone, firm, brighten or get rid of dark spots.
• Traditional moisturizers can leave a pore-obstructing layer on the top of the skin, but serums have consistency like that of water and many are, actually, water-based rather than oil-based. This means they absorb much quicker without any breakout-encouraging residue left over.
• It happens regularly: when our skin becomes oily, the final thing we want to do is humidify and add more lubricate to the grease. But after that the sebaceous glands begin producing more oil to try to pay off for what it feels like is chronic parchedness. This is where serums come in. They are very light and absorb faster than a moisturizer, and keep your skin moisturized without contributing to that oily feeling. And since you are keeping hydrated, your skin would not go nuts overproducing sebum, hence making you less oily in the long run.
• If you invest in a good serum, you will have something that works. No more wasting money on numerous products that are just acceptable, or that you think maybe working; a great serum is going to give you noticeable results. It all comes down to what you would rather spend money on: several cheaper products that take up space on your shelf and do nothing for your skin, or one product that does remarkable things and costs a little more. Thus, serums although a bit expensive can help you to get maximum benefits.
Tips to apply serums
• After cleaning, apply a little amount of serum your face, applying it over skin evenly.
• In case of sensitive skin, wait for ten to fifteen minutes after washing your face before using the serum.
• After the serum has dried on the skin, apply the moisturizer you love.
These are some simple ways to use a serum.