Why Serum is Really Good For your Skin

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Benefits of Serums

Skin fads come and go, but there’s now one product offered by the skincare industry that isn’t going away anytime soon: serum. Skin serums are so popular nowadays that every brand worth its salt offers one.

What does serum really do, and do you really need it in your skincare lineup? 

We’ll tell you everything there is to know. We’re here to tell you more about four major benefits of skin serum for the face.

1. Serum takes care of dull, tired skin

Had a long, tiring day at work? Didn’t sleep well last night? Serum to the rescue! Nothing really substitutes for quality sleep and consistent all-day hydration – but few things can beat a quality serum at helping your skin restore itself to a healthier, plumper state.

The antioxidant ingredients in facial serum stimulate collagen and elastic growth, which helps with cell regeneration. This will help your skin look less pale, tired, and dull, and bring it closer back to its natural, brighter glow.

2. Serum helps skin looks smoother and brighter for a reason

There’s a reason you follow the cleanser-toner-serum-moisturizer sequence. After cleansing and toning, the best thing you can do for your skin is to give it a chance to absorb the maximum amount of moisture possible (a guiding principle for lovers of Korean glass skin routines and treatments).

Great serums have powerful hydrating ingredients, like vitamin E, hyaluronic acid, or glycerin, which can penetrate and circulate under the skin. Creams and oil-based moisturizers, which have bigger molecules than serum, lock in the serum, and let it do its job. 

3. Serum reduces the appearance of pores

A good serum contains refining ingredients that will reduce the appearance of large pores, which is often caused by clogged pores, oil production, and dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. Don’t worry: serum can help with oil production, tightening the skin and reducing pore size, so don’t scrimp on the serum! It’ll make all the difference to your makeup routine, used underneath your moisturizer and skin foundation.

4. Serum reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Antioxidant ingredients in the best serum formulations, such as Vitamin C and glutathione, stimulate collagen growth, plump up skin, and rev up blood circulation under the surface of the skin; they are also responsible for reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

No serum can completely get rid of wrinkles, which occur naturally with the onset of age and overexposure to the sun, but it can certainly help minimize them. Serums penetrate the skin, ridding it of toxins on the skin’s surface, and replace them with healthy cell-growing collagen and elastin. Ingredients such as Vitamin E protect cell membranes from the attack of free radicals, while Vitamin A enhances skin elasticity and reduce facial sag.

Make serum part of your everyday routine

Serums help regenerate skin cells, protect the surface of the skin, and help it retain moisture. Just make sure you add the best hydrating water-based serum to your skincare routine and use it consistently – to help your skin retain a beautiful, youthful glow. 


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