18 February 2012

Which Serum is best for you?...

When it comes to skin care every ones skin is different and has different issues so when you are looking for  products its important to pick out the right one which is going to work in the way you need it to and give you the healthy, comfortable skin you are looking for.
 There are a huge list of potential issues from blemishes, scaring, dryness, wrinkles oilyness.....
After you know the issues you want to combat the next step it to find the right product which will help the best.
Here are a few serums which are all great but help with diferent skin types.

Sensitive skin-
 Avene soothing hydrating serum-
  A high performance concentrate of thermal spring water (77%) which diffuses a continuous stream of hydration throughout the day to soothe and heal skin. While the soothing action of Avène Thermal Spring Water is immediate, the unique liposome-encapsulated form prolongs and optimises its long term effect.
  The light fluid texture melts in to the skin providing a silky, soft base for make-up.  Paraben and oil free Soothing Hydrating Serum is suitable for all types including sensitive skin. 

 I have dry, sensistive skin and have been using this serum for a while and i find it perfect for keeping my skin hydrated and smooth.I love the silky feeling as you apply and that it is a great base for applying make up. 
 Avalible from Boots,£17 for30ml

Troubled Skin- 
Manuka Doctor
Apiclear - Skin treatment serum-
  A lightweight, oil-free serum that provides relief and helps refine the skin’s texture. Its super hydrating properties assist with cell regeneration and reducing the appearance of fine lines and scars.

Manuka Doctor is a natural treatment which has powderfull natural ingredicnts including purified Bee Venom which is known for its anti-bacterial, anti- wrinkle and regenerating properties.
The serum helps to..
*Eliminate the causes of blemishes.
*Nurtures cell regeneratioon.
*Helps reduce the appearance of scars & wrinkles
*NO Parabens or SLS.

 Avalible from Holland and barrett, £18.99 for 30ml

 Ageing skin- 
Age proof CoQ10 booster serum-
 An intensive antioxidant boost especially designed for dull, tired and stressed skin.  The key ingredient Co-enzyme Q10 helps to boost collagen production to aid skin repair and reduce signs of premature ageing. 
This potent serum also contains the breakthrough natural active Tamanu oil, which is rich in essential fatty acids, to deeply moisturise the skin and assist skin regeneration. 
*Boosts skin recovery
*Restores a more radiant and youthful complection.
*Minimises the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
*Skin feels noticeably softer and appears smoother.
*Helps support the skins natural moisture barrier. 

Avalible from lovelula.com, john lewis, Phamacys and helth stores, £29.50 for 20ml

An Organic solution
Organic Rose Otto facial serum.
  Repairs and revitalises the skin. Strong enough to make a difference but gentle enough to use every day, this serum is naturally rejuvenating and effective – even on fine lines! An intense blend of antioxidant-rich oils bursting with cell-renewing omega 3, 6 and 9 locks in moisture and strengthens skin, whilst Jojoba, Calendula and precious Rosa Otto Oils release valuable polypeptides, phospholipids and ceramides into the epidermis to renew elasticity.
The result? Perfectly toned and super soft skin!

Full of natural, organic ingredients including, Argan oil, Jojoba oil, Sweet Almond oil, Sun flower seed oil, Vitamin C are just a few from the list. 
This serum is Paraben free, SLS free and has no artificial colours fragrences or harsh perseratives.It is also suitable for vegetatarians and vegans and Dr Organic is against ainmal testing. 
*Optimises skin hydration
*Lowers trans dermal hydration
*Reduces the apperence of wrinkles and fine lines.
*improves elasticitly and firmness.
*Nourishes and restores.
*Antionxidant protection.
 Avalible from Holland and Barrett, £11.99 for 50 ml.
 Here's a picture if the serums so you can see how the different serum look.The one for aging skin and the organic are much more of an oil forumula and are quite runny, where as  the ones for sensitvie and troubles skin are thicker and have a more silky feel and you apply when to the skin. 

What skin type are you? 
Have you found a serum that works for you?



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