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How necessary is seroum for your daily care?

Posted by Biobella.gr 01/05/2021 1 Comment(s) Body - Face,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How necessary are they for our daily care? Why are they the most expensive cosmetic compositions? What are their benefits and what should we look out for?



We say that "expensive perfumes come in small bottles". Something similar applies to the case of serums, which in Greek we call serums: A serum is smaller in size than a cream, but much more expensive. However, it is the most active cosmetic.



Clinical studies show that, depending on its ingredients, it has more spectacular results than a cream: it erases fine lines faster, smoothes deep wrinkles, tightens the oval of the face, reduces discoloration and signs of aging and gives more radiance. In other words, a serum offers as many combined benefits to the skin as no other composition.





Why is it more expensive than a cream?

An ingredient, in order to penetrate as deeply as possible into the skin, must have a low molecular weight. The lower its molecular weight, the more complicated and expensive it is to process, which increases the overall cost of the product.



The serum usually consists of active ingredients of low molecular weight, which is why it is an expensive cosmetic. However, it is value for money, ie it is worth the money until the last drop: 2-3 drops, morning and night, are more than enough to offer maximum results. Thus, the amount contained in the 30 ml bottle can keep us for months.





Is the serum for everyone?

Most compositions are suitable for all skin types and are adapted to the needs of all ages from 30 and up. However, this is not always the case. When, for example, our skin is very sensitive, has eczema or rosacea, then more care is needed, because the serum, as a thin composition that is, immediately penetrates the fragile outer layer of the skin



That is why we avoid compositions with active ingredients, such as retinol, and we prefer those with tonic and soothing ingredients, such as aloe vera, zinc and fatty acids, which strengthen the skin barrier. Also, mature skin, as well as dehydrated, need rich hydration, which only a day or night cream can provide.

In these cases, then, the serum functions as a valuable addition to the daily routine that dramatically increases the results of the cream. On the other hand, due to the absence of lipids and rich nutrients, serum (anti-aging, firming, etc.) is the saving solution for oily or oily skin, which can not withstand heavy formulations. According to dermatologists, the serum dramatically increases the positive effects of a cream, but can not replace it.

 

The ingredients of an effective serum



* Moisturizing agents: The most common is low molecular weight hyaluronic acid. Other are the tiles, amino acids and fatty acids, which strengthen the cell membrane. * Strengthening ingredients: Zinc, arnica, aloe vera are the top soothing ingredients that neutralize redness and irritation. *

* Anti-aging substances: Retinol, polypeptides, resveratrol, which stimulate fibroblasts and prolong cell life.

* Antioxidants: Vitamins C and E, polyphenols, flavonoids protect collagen fibers from oxidation and premature aging.

* Coagulants: They make the texture of the serum more pleasant and its application easier.





The necessary conditions of use



* To be pleasant: That is, not to stick and to be absorbed immediately. * To be moisturizing, but at the same time to be light and thin: A serum must be able to be used even in summer and to suit any skin type, even on combination skin. or greasy, without falling "heavy" or creating oiliness and acne. * To offer freshness, radiance and firmness to the skin, faster than a cream.




What to avoid

* Ethyl alcohol in excessive amounts, because it can cause dehydration. How do we know that is enough? The serum will give off the characteristic smell of alcohol

* Fragrance: According to European legislation, 26 aromatic chemicals are considered suspicious, so it is advisable to avoid the serums that contain them (see which ones are on the European Commission website: http://ec.europa.eu/health /scientific_committees/opinions_layman/perfume-allergies/en/links/index.htm).

* Retinol or AHAs (mainly during the summer), in order not to cause skin irritations.




How it is used

1. After cleansing our face, put 2-3 drops of serum in our palm and apply them with a tampon until they are absorbed.2. If we have sensitive skin, after cleansing we wait 10-15΄ before applying the serum. TIP: When applying our serum, we do not forget the neck, décolleté and arms.



Extra Tip: Prefer seroum with natural-biological ingredients, which will not burden your skin with chemical additives and are made just like your skin, of course!


Source: vita.gr

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