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4 Serums to Target Different Face Concerns

January 22, 2019

4 Serums to Target Different Face Concerns

Skin care is not one-size-fits-all. Many types of skin exist and each type has a targeted serum that best brings out its beauty. This is true whether you're looking to add moisture, diminish wrinkles or protect your skin from harsh conditions. Here's the place to find everything you need to know about skin care, from the best moisturizer to a serum for mature skin.

The Best Dry Skin Solution

When your skin is dry, wrinkles can be more pronounced. The best serum for dry skin will always contain vitamin C. Our vitamin C serum has so much moisture power that it is not recommended for oily skin. To better maintain the moisturizing power of this serum, you should apply sunscreen over it.

Getting Your Youth Back 

Reducing wrinkles and other signs of aging often comes down to moisture and collagen. This is where Matrixyl 3000 comes in. By properly stimulating the existing collagen in your skin, you can see fewer wrinkles and reduced fine lines. 

An Alternate Anti-Aging Serum for Sensitive Skin

Similar to matrikines, squalane oil is great for anti-aging. It is also a serum that works better for sensitive skin. Because this serum is made from a fully saturated oil, it does not irritate the skin. If you need a powerful skincare option but also the best serum for sensitive skin, squalene oil is the way to go. 

All-Around Skincare

Pure hyaluronic acid serum is a great serum for mature skin that also needs a moisturizing option. This all-around serum can add glow, health, elasticity and youth to your skin. Once you try it, you won't be able to go back. 

Help your skin be its best self with the right serum. Whether dry, oily, aging or sensitive, there is a serum that works for you. From the best serum for dry skin to sensitive options for aging skin, there's something for everyone. Choose the right serum for you and be wowed by the results.





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