Skin serums are packed with vital active ingredients, and are very light with highly concentrated liquids. They consist of rapid absorbing, tiny molecules go onto skin easily where creams and lotion cannot. These minute molecules pierce deeper into the skin to bring collagen enhancers, substantial amounts of antioxidants that you would not find in non-prescription products.
It has been proven that nutritional supplements can actually delay skin ageing. There are two groups that are related to anti-aging elements which are active in a lot of anti-aging skin serums:
1. Antioxidants like polyphenols, flavonoids and vitamins lessen the collagen decaying by reducing the levels of oxidants in your skin tissues. Vitamins C, B3, and E are most important because of their small molecular weight, which gives them the ability to deeply penetrate the skin. Vitamin C encourages the production of collagen. Vitamin B3 regulates cell regeneration. And vitamin E has anti-inflammatory effects.
Vitamins such as C, B3, and E are the most essential due to their small molecular weight which is why they are able to puncture your skin easily. Production of collagen is mainly motivated by Vitamin C intake, vitamin E has anti-inflammatory results and vitamin B3 controls cell regeneration. Vitamin C and E give more useful antioxidant defence than vitamin C or E alone. Studies have shown that vitamin C and E together with ferulic acid spread both antioxidant and sunscreen effects.
2. Cell regulators, such as retinols, peptides, and growth factors, have direct effects on collagen metabolism and influence collagen production. Collagen production is increased with cell regulators like retinols, peptides, and growth factors which is good for the overall collagen metabolism.
Vitamin A also provides antioxidant effects. It is similarly known as also “retinol” and it is one of the most common anti-ageing compound. Due to having positive effective collagen metabolism and skin. It helps get rid of oxidants to increase cell amount, improve skin texture, lines and brown spots.
Serums are not the same as moisturisers, they share similar ingredients and purpose, serums are more easily absorbed by the skin because of going deep into the epidermis. Moisturisers only apply to the top of the skin layer to hold the moisture, while serums are water-based whereas the facial oils or moisturisers are cream-based. For old and dry skin, you should use serums instead of lotion or cream. You may also use moisturisers but apply the serum beforehand for better results.
Serums are a great way to treat dehydrated skin, treat wrinkles, fine lines, and spots. You can use skincare serums at night, and during the day. In the daytime, if you've got dry skin, wash your face and pat it dry, then layer your skin. With active ingredients to treat the epidermis, remove oxidants, and increase collagen metabolism, serums are a great anti-ageing beauty product choice. We would recommend you to check out our best sellers and anti-ageing products where you can find Phytomer’s best anti-ageing, radiance, and soothing line serums on our website at Carisma Spa & Wellness.
Here are the best serum products you may find on Carisma Spa:
PIONNIERE XMF RADIANCE RETEXTURING SERUM - Great for anti-ageing, retexturing skin line.
YOUTH PERFORMANCE WRINKLE RADIANCE SERUM 30ML - Great for wrinkles, soothing skin lines.
HYDRASEA ULTRA-MOISTURIZING POLARIZED WATER SERUM 30ML - Moisturising booster for deeper, faster, intense hydration for very thirsty skin.
WHITE LUMINATION BRIGHTENING SERUM 30ML - Serum for dark spots, a radiant complexion, softens spots and evens the skin.
SOUFFLE MARIN ENERGIZING OXYGENATING SERUM 30ML - Serum for tired, polluted and dull skin. Oxygenates and protects the skin while diminishing pollution. Ideal for city-dwellers and smokers.
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