Skin Serums: 101

Skin Serums: 101

Have you ever gone through a dry spell with your skin? We’re talking about those days when no matter how much moisturizer you put on, nothing seems to get the job done. That $80 face cream you purchased at Nordstrom, forget about it, nothing helps. Your skin is dry; your face feels tight, its super uncomfortable. We get it, and we want to help! Grab your pencils and notebooks because class is in session people!

In Skin Serums 101 we’ll get to the bottom of; what serums actually are, how they help promote glowing skin and even some awesome recommendations for how to work serums into your beauty routine.

Let’s get started!

 What Are Skin Serums? The Butter Bar Skincare

WHAT ARE SKIN SERUMS?

Skin serums are highly concentrated oils designed to deeply penetrate your skin. They deposit active ingredients into your pores and help treat any dryness, inflammation, or irritation.

 

HOW DO THEY HELP MY SKIN?

Think of serums as the little know/best-kept beauty secret. Skin serums help amplify your daily skin treatments by helping you retain moisture for longer periods of time. The molecular structure of skin serums are very small which allows them to penetrate your epidermis so easily.

 

WHERE CAN I FIND THE BEST NON-TOXIC SKIN SERUM?

Of course, you could very well purchase an overpriced, toxin-filled formula from a department store but, why would you? Do you really want a toxic product penetrating your skin that deeply? We didn’t think so! We know you’re smarter than that and as always, we’ve got you covered!

 

Our Melan-In Skin Nourishing Serum +SPF is a must have! The toxin-free blend is loaded the magic that keeps your skin radiant and youthful. It also keeps you protected! Be sure to apply this serum before a long day in the sun, as a makeup primer, and even before you go to bed at night! What are your experiences with trying serums? Share with us below!

 


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  • Lets say I’m about to beat my face…would I use still use a facial moisturizer before applying an oil serum primer or would the primer take the place of my moisturizer for the day?

    Ronelle on

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