Nowadays Hyaluronic Acid (HA) serum isn’t foreign anymore. But back in the days, hydration serum is almost unheard of. What people want is a mattifying cream or serum. So where does that leave us the dry-skin group? The benefit of HA serum doesn’t only favour those with dry skin but also those with oilier skin. Because whether you have dry or oily skin, it’s only a matter of oil production. When we’re talking about dehydration, we’re talking about the skin’s water level. That’s where HA serum comes to the rescue.
Anyway, like I said, back in the days the concept of HA isn’t so widely known. Except of course to the Japanese which has been using it for years – whether in their toner or essences. So it’s not a surprise my first encounter with HA serum came from Japanese brand SK-II.
When I first handed Facial Treatment Repair C more than a decade ago when I’m having troubled skin because of dehydration, I never knew that my skin could be so supple and hydrated. It’s been so parched and dry all my life, especially with all the changes in my life, that I believe the state of my skin is unrepairable.
Continue reading “SK-II take on Hyaluronic Acid serum: Facial Treatment Repair C”
Being in your thirties means that you are in that age bracket that are celebrating cellular renewal. Because your skin is not as supple and smooth as it used to. The renewal process of your skin cells are not as agile as when you’re younger.
I always rely on the help of vitamin C and A serums to help keeping my skin at its best – youthful. However, both of them need to be threaded lightly. Sometimes vitamin C causes sensitivity reaction such as itchiness and redness on my skin. Whereas vitamin A causes my skin to be really dry and parched. Still, they’re both somewhat a magnificent ingredients for anti-ageing care.
That’s why I love finding natural alternatives for serum that helps with cellular renewal. Firstly they’re safer. Secondly, they seem to have fewer negative blowbacks.
Two natural products that I highly recommend if you want an anti-ageing serum and helps with cellular renewal are: 1. Kypris Moonlight Catalyst which I’ve previously reviewed here and a great retinol alternative and; 2. In Fiore Complexe de Fleur, which I’ve talked about and recommended everywhere and never found the time to write a full review until now. To set the record straight, I love the result of In Fiore Complexe de Fleur better than Kypris, that’s why I never bought the full size serum of the Kypris because my heart goes to In Fiore.
Continue reading “In Fiore Complexe de Fleur for those looking for Anti-Ageing serum”