A face serum is very similar to a moisturiser. It works in the same way, by adding moisture to the skin. The difference is some of the active ingredients and that the serums are a lot lighter. The serum will penetrate into the skin deeper, to help leave the skin feeling smoother and for pores to appear smaller. Just using a face serum on its own isn't enough for flawless skin. We recommend adopting a good skincare routine.
Face Serum & A Good Routine
Just like most things, maintenance is important to keep high quality. The same goes for your skin. Having a good skincare routine is a must to help prevent skin damage and signs of ageing. It's recommened that you exfoliate twice a day. Once in the morning and once in the evening is optimum. Your skin creates an oil called sebum, which causes oily skin and can clog pores. Exfoliating helps to remove oils and sweat, leaving your skin feeling hydrated and refreshed. By then adding face serums, your skin will be extra moisturised and feeling firmer.
How To Use A Face Serum
Firstly you need to ensure you've exfoliated. It really will help to get the best value from the product. Secondly, apply a few drops in your hand then apply evenly to your face. If you've got dry areas, you can focus on those, or add an additional drop to each problem area. Thirdly, gently tap your skin for roughly 30-60 seconds. This will help to dry faster and ensure the serum is obsorbed into the skin. Finally, add your favourite moisturiser and allow it to dry for a few minutes. Then you're able to do your makeup or head to bed.
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