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Serums 101

What are serums?

Serums are treatment products containing highly concentrated ingredients to target specific concerns.

How do they work?

Lighter & Faster are qualities we look for when buying a computer. They're also the attributes that make a serum effective! The molecules in serums are smaller than those in moisturizer so the skin can absorb them quickly and they will penetrate deeper into the skin.

Why use serums?

By using serums, you can intensify the strength of your skin care regimen and more effectively address your skin concerns. The difference can be quite dramatic when you use the serums consistently!

How to choose serums:

We offer EIGHT different serums addressing different concerns. How are you supposed to know which is right for you? That's what we're here for! Come in for a FREE skin assessment so we can consult with you which is right for you!

How to apply serums:

Serums are applied after cleanser and toner, and before moisturizer. As a general rule, apply your serums and moisturizers from thinnest to thickest. Serums will all have slightly different consistencies, some thinner than others. Start with the thinnest and let it absorob in before applying the next product.

Since they are super concentrated, one or two drops is enough to cover the entire face. Apply serums with one or two fingers, and follow with your moisturizer.

When will you see results from serums?

Depending on the serum and your skin type, you may see or feel an immediate improvement. Like most skin care, they will require about 4 weeks of consistent use for visible results.

When you find a serum that's right for you, you'll find that they are an indispensible part of your daily skin care regimen.

Come in for your FREE skin consultation and FREE express facial this month! We'll talk skin care and serums and find one or two that fit into your skin care routine.


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