With the holidays in full swing, the combination of festivities, cold weather, and late nights may leave your skin in need of some grooming. Because serums tackle concerns head-on, they will be your secret weapon when it comes to getting your skin through the season.
For dazzling results, we love pairing our serum formulas together to create skin-boosting cocktails (and who doesn’t love a cocktail this time of year?). Below, we share our favorite serum combinations for different skin concerns.
For dry winter:
Cool winds, low humidity, and indoor heating can all dry out your skin and you may find that the transition formula isn’t hydrating enough.
In this case, we recommend fortifying the Neogen Real Ferment Micro Serum with the most balanced plant base cascade of Hyaluronic Acid 100 Ampoules. The latter contains 61% of fermented ingredients, which means that it is full of antioxidants and nutrients. In addition, it is formulated with a sugars yeast filter, which effectively increases the moisture that your skin can absorb and retain, while the former is formulated with 100% pure sodium hyaluronate, the most effective form of hyaluronic acid. Apply a few drops go a Long A way to moisturize the skin.
Together, your skin will get a great dose of moisture and nutrients inside and out.
For skin residues:
Vacations are full of fun, but sometimes you can have a little very Much Hazar. If you take an extra glass of champagne more than you can handle and find yourself waking up with dull, tired skin, as well as a severe headache. Forget about dog hair and opt for a serum cocktail instead.
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A perfect blend is Elensilia CPP French Propolis 82% Resistem Ampoule and Acwell’s Real Aqua Balancing Ampoule. Formulated with 82% propolis to hydrate and strengthen skin, plus niacinamide to brighten and rejuvenate skin, the Elensilia ampoule rejuvenates the skin, while the Acwell ampoule contains hydrating Hyaluronic Acid, calming houttuynia cordata to leave your skin looking radiant and radiant.
Alcohol, sugar and stress are a prescription for acne. If you are also dehydrated, you definitely don’t want to cause further irritation, so opt for a mixture. cooling down And Reduces blemishes, while preventing future breakouts.
One perfect combination is Benton Snail Bee Ultimate Serum with Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Serum. Benton Snail Bee Ultimate Serum is made with snail mucin and bee venom, two of the best ingredients for treating acne. Snail mucin repairs skin and fights scars, while bee venom soothes pimples. Furthermore, the serum contains tea tree and Camellia sinesis leaf water to reduce inflammation. Klairs Rich Moist Calming Serum calms redness and irritation, evens skin tone, and delivers a serious dose of hydration with grapefruit extract, lemon peel oil, and Centella asiatica.
What about you should not be mix up:
If you’re ready to play the serum mixes on your own, there are a few things you should keep in mind before crafting the perfect serum cocktail.
Our rule of thumb when mixing products is to avoid pairing potent and potentially irritating active ingredients like Retinols, AHAs, BHAs, PHAs and Vitamin C, like the potent Goodal Green Tangerine Vita C Serum together. If you want to tone down these ingredients, you can combine them with gentle moisturizing products, but note that this may dilute their effectiveness.
To discover ingredients that work well with others, check out this list.
If you use the guide above as a starting point, there is an endless world of potential combinations among your products at home. As long as you’re careful not to mix up the active chemical ingredients, mixing up a serum is the perfect way to give your skin a boost this holiday season and beyond.
+ What serums do you like to use together? Tell us in the comments below!
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