To get the best results for gorgeous-looking skin, along with your cleanser, toner and moisturiser, add a face serum to your daily skin care routine. The specialty of this elixir lies in the fact that it is formulated to target specific skin problems. So whether you want to reduce fine lines, smooth out wrinkles, get rid of dark spots, prevent acne, reduce pores or brighten up your skin.
Loaded with nutrients, ceramides, glycerin, natural ingredients and vitamins like C, K, E, skin. Beautraglow is a water-based product, that has the ability to penetrate deep within the layers of your skin, so that you get phenomenal results. Unlike other skin products, these have a higher concentration of active ingredients and usually come in a creamy gel form. In fact, new age serums use silicones, which allow your skin to receive the supplements, without the grease.
For best results, incorporate the serum in your daily beauty routine. Use only a dime size of the product.
> After cleansing your face, use an alcohol-free toner and leave it damp on the skin before applying your serum. This way, the ingredients will penetrate deep within the skin.
> Wait for a few minutes until the serum is fully absorbed by the skin before applying a moisturiser.
Each face serum available in the market may be aimed at solving a specific skin problem, so the benefits vary. Dr Navin Taneja, director, National Skin Center says, “Since this highly concentrated treatment contains high levels of nourishing ingredients, all of them help restore moisture and elasticity to the skin, while regulating oil production.
” The most common benefits include:
Hydration, increased nourishment, brightening of the skin, acne prevention, strengthening skin cells, reduced pores, tighter skin, even looking skin tone, reduced hyper-pigmentation, reduced inflammation,
While other face creams contain only 5 to 10 per cent of active ingredients, a face serum can contain up to
70 per cent! No wonder these potent products are able to deliver a much greater concentration of nutrients, deeper into the skin.