The word “serum” sounds magical—something Harry Potter might cook up in Potions Class. The reality isn’t that far off. Serums can work wonders, penetrating high concentrations of active ingredients deep into the skin.
While they can be moisturizing, serums are not moisturizers, per say—although a good one can serve as such. Made up of smaller molecules, serums are uninhibited by the heavier ingredients found in traditional moisturizers. This enables them to permeate the skin, targeting specific issues with a laser focus.
Consider our Love Springs Eternal Youth Preservation Serum. It’s packed with powerful ingredients that help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Blue Seakale, a marine plant, soothes and rejuvenates tired skin. Protein-rich sea algae improves skin tonicity and firmness. Green tea, watermelon, and jasmine oils provide a boost of emollient moisture. Working together, as a highly concentrated, lightweight serum, these potent natural ingredients can really get in there and: Get. It. Done.
One can experience sticker shock when shopping for serums. They tend to be more expensive than traditional moisturizers because they are, in a sense, skincare gold—concentrated vials of premium ingredients. Investing in a high-quality serum is key to the long game. Your future complexion will thank you.