I hope you have been enjoying all of the great blogs I have released thus far this week for National Cleanse Your Skin Week! If you have missed any of the blogs, no worries. You can view/read them here.
Alright, we are officially on Day 3! We're going to discuss which products you should be using on daily basis. This blog will be divided into two as I like to keep them short and to the point.
Without further ado, let's jump into the daily products we should be using on our skin!
A serum is a skincare product you can apply to your skin after cleansing but before moisturizing with the intent of delivering powerful ingredients directly into the skin. Serums are particularly suited to this task because it is made up of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeply into the skin and deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients.
These high concentration of active ingredients have been scientifically proven to tackle specific skincare issues (think dark spots, blemishes, free radical protection, etc.). Actives are usually suspended in a gooey, gel-like substance–this can be anything from water to silicon or even oil.
How to use a serum:
Serums should be applied after you apply your toner. You apply it before or after the toner dries, and before you apply your moisturizer.
I hope you this blog was informative for you. No this isn't new information but sometimes we need to better understand why these products are important to our skincare routine. I know when I was younger, I admired celebrities skin, thinking it was due to having them having money. That's not entirely true. Using pH balanced products on your skin and using products that tackle your skincare issues is all most of us need.
Make sure to check out part two of this blog where I discuss moisturizers, SPF and eye creams as part of your daily routine.
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@Kisha: Girl yes! Serums are the business! You need to get into it, lol. Serums are the products that give you a high percentage of active ingredients for anything you are wanting to work on. Whether moisture, acne, discoloration, etc. serums are where it’s at. And yes, I’m already on it.
I never understood serums. This really helped me understand how they should be used. I need to add a serum to my routine. HINT HINT…LOL!
@Georgina: I’m so happy to hear that. There’s a lot of information out there that’s it’s easy for one to get confused or overwhelmed. Keep focused on the goal!😉
I’m loving this blog series. What a myth buster. The way you broke this down makes it easier for me to understand to and see where I’m may gone wrong.