Restorative Anti Aging Face Serum

Product Code: Serum
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What is The Difference Between a Moisturizer and a Serum?


This is a common question asked and one I have been asked numerous times over the years. Is it necessary to use both? Can I use one or the other?
Serums whilst adding a degree of moisture are primarily designed to absorb and penetrate into the three layers of skin, the Epidermis (top layer), the Dermis (the middle layer) and the bottom layer known as the Hypodermis. The tiny molecules present in oils make this possible.
Moisturizers are generally thicker creams or lotions with larger molecules that may only penetrate the top layer of skin where they can hydrate the skin and seal in moisture.
Serums can really benefit skin conditions at “ground root level” such as skin elasticity, wrinkles and dehydration.
Serums work best when applied after cleansing and toning the skin when the skin is still slightly damp.
Follow with your regular moisturizer which you can think of as locking in your serum and all the nutritional benefits in the layers.
Use serums whenever you feel your skin needs an extra boost or incorporate it into your daily routine morning and night or once a day (night preferably when the skin is at rest).
Apricot Oil, Rosehip Oil, Carrot Oil, Frankincence, Rosewood and Neroli Essential Oil blend and Vitamin E.
Apricot Oil:
Apricot kernel oil contains ingredients such as essential fatty acids, linoleic acid, and oleic acid. It is rich in vitamins too, especially, vitamin E and vitamin A. All these ingredients make the apricot kernel oil, an excellent skin moisturizer.
Rosehip Oil:
Rosehip oil is very high in essential fatty acids, retinol A and is a popular GLA skin care oil used to help treat dry, irritated skin.
Carrot Oil:
Carrot Tissue Oil is a popular specialty oil as it is rich in beta carotene, vitamins B, C, D & E & essential fatty acids. Helps to soften and soothe dry, chapped skin and very effective on ageing skin.
Frankincense Essential Oil:
Has a balancing ability on oily skin and be effective against inflammation. It is also said to have remarkable rejuvenating and healing properties on the skin.
Rosewood Essential Oil:
Some healing benefits of rosewood essential oil in a serum are: Rosewood will normalize all skin types, from dull, to dry, or oily. The molecules in the essential oil heal through cell stimulation. They promote tissue regeneration, and leave the skin feeling healthy, clean, and renewed.
Neroli Essential Oil:
Good for dry, sensitive and mature skin as it regenerates skin cells and improves skin's elasticity. It is also reputed for it's ability to minimize the appearance of enlarged pores.

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