What is Serum?
Serum is a highly concentrated skin care product with the presence of many active ingredients such as antioxidants, acids and vitamins. Serums can help your skin boost collagen production and moisture it for a long time. Serums have a lighter texture than cream because it is composed of smaller molecules that can transfer additional nutrients deeper into the skin.
What are the benefits of serums?
The serum is formulated to target specific underlying skin problems such as pigmentation, age spots or deep wrinkles. This product is an essential part of anti-aging skin care regimen and professional clinical studies have proven its effectiveness.
Can the serum be used instead of the lotion?
No, moisturizers are formulated hydrologically by providing a protective barrier to the outside environment. Intensive formula serum penetrates the skin to transform key ingredients.
Day creams, night creams, and serums have different roles to accomplish the task, without one of them will deprive your skin of the important benefits that product can provide.
Here are some quick facts that can help you distinguish the above 3 products:
The serum has a lighter texture and is easily absorbed into the skin, providing many active ingredients to the skin. Serum can enhance the effectiveness of a night cream but cannot replace it.
The day cream helps deeply moisturize and protect your skin all day long. Formulated with sun protection factor to help protect the skin under the sun
Night cream - especially for night, serum is not quite enough for your skin, we need a night cream to nourish, regenerate and renew skin overnight.
How to use a serum?
Apply serum to cleansed face and gently massage into face and neck area. One drop is just enough because the formula is concentrated and spreads easily all over the skin. The serum penetrates quickly so you can use a day or night cream right after.
Hope this few tips help you are wondering in the intensive skin care steps.