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Face serum hydrates the face just like your typical moisturizer, except that it is more concentrated. That means the active ingredients can easier penetrate into the epidermis. Serums are used for targeting certain skin concerns such as acne, wrinkles, and fine lines. Here are different skin types, and what active ingredients to look for when buying
Normal skin type: For all skin types, you will need a serum with glycolic acid. It is ideal for exfoliating the skin while reducing fine lines. Women who already have good skin should stick to a vitamin C serum just to prevent UV damage. When selecting a brightening serum, go for the one made from natural botanical extracts so it will not ruin
Combination skin: Most women only have normal skin in some areas and either dry or oily in the T-zone. When you got dry patches and breakouts at the same time, that could be an indication that you have combination skin type. The thing is it can get a little tricky to work with combination skin and that is where your serum can be of great help. Look
for products with salicylic acid that helps exfoliate the skin while clearing the pores.
Acne-prone skin: When your main concern is treating breakouts, you will need an oil-free option and that means you might need to find a serum with hyaluronic acid. Dry skin- women with dry skin are the ones who benefit the most with face serums because they work similarly to moisturizers although they can also target other skin problems. To treat extremely dry skin, you will need a hydrating serum that gives your skin a healthy glow. Look for serums containing Vitamin B, biotin, Vitamin C, or folic acid.
Oily skin: people with oily skin tend to have large pores. Thus, you will need a pore minimizing serum containing salicylic acid to deeply cleanse your pores. Because you have oily skin, it would help to use a serum that settles down in a powdery texture.
Lastly, the right order to apply your serum should be after toning. If you need to use prescription products for treating certain skincare issues, better put them first before applying your serum.