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Skincare Must: Add a Serum to Your Regimen

Skincare trends come and go, but there are some products that are too genius and effective to ever dismiss from your skincare regimen. One of the best things to happen to skincare is the serum. It used to be that rich creams were the only formulation deemed acceptable for heavy duty skincare benefits. That kind of thinking is so five years ago. The new breed of heavy-lifting skin care products--tackling everything from wrinkles to acne--is a super lightweight serum that disappears into the skin in an instant. Serum Superstars In the Morning: Serums are jam-packed with beneficial ingredients. Most of them are feather-light and literally melt into the complexion. For morning use, find a serum that's packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, to help prevent sun damage and kill any complexion disrupting elements before they lay claim on your collagen. After you pat in your serum, make sure to follow up with a BB Cream or another product with sunscreen and moisturizer. Star Serum: Skinceuticals CE Ferulic for dry and aging skin; Skinceuticals Phloretin CF Gel for oily or acne-prone skin. At Night: For evenings, you want a serum that works at turning back the clock or repairing your skin while you sleep. Look for ingredients such as peptides, plant stem cells and growth factors. The key is to boost collagen and lift and firm the skin. You also want a serum that will boost hydration. Star Serum: Neocutis Bio-Serum Please Note: Products mentioned are sold exclusively through dermatologist's office. Contact us if you are interested in ordering.
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