What is Skin?
Skin is the largest organ of human body, making it one of the most complicated organs too. With multiple layers with different functions, skin provides body with multi layered protection. It not only acts as a barrier to the body but also impacts directly to one’s health. Human skin takes on different thickness, colour and texture on different parts of the body. The skin is made up of 3 layers: Epidermis, Dermis and Subcutaneous fat layer known as hypodermis. As person ages, the skin exhibits striking tropical differences due to exposure to the sun, leaving the skin unprotected, dry, and wrinkled. With effective actives, products and proper care, our skin can be nourished, protected, and even restored from the already caused harm.
Pigmentation on skin:
Uneven skin pigmentation or, more commonly known as hyperpigmentation is a common skin complaint. Hyperpigmentation appears as darkened patch or spots on the skin that makes skin look uneven due to regular exposure of sun. Types of hyperpigmentation include age spots, melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Niacinamide,Tyrostat™ and Zinc PCA
Some of the other ingredients that help the product in being more effective::
• Rumex Occidentalis Extract helps in reducing pigmentation.
• Propylene Glycol helps in moisture retention.
• Dextran helps in promoting better moisture retention for skin hydration.
• Lecithin helps in improving skin texture and promotes hydration.
• Pullulan helps in promoting firms to the skin.
• Allantion helps to heal the skin and simulate the growth of new tissue
The serum could be used for all types of skin; oily, normal, dry and sensitive, acne-prone, and
also by all gender.
1. What Is a Face Serum?
Face serum is a set of concentrated skincare ingredients that help to address specific skincare concerns. The components are made up of small molecules and can penetrate deep into the skin and nourish the skin layers beneath the surface. This feature makes serums very effective in treating specific skin issues like wrinkles, etc.
2. What is the best time to use a serum?
Serums are used both during the day as well as night. It is best to apply it soon after cleansing and toning. When applying serum in the morning, follow it up with sunscreen. If you use the serum at night, then top it up with a moisturizer. Do not layer too much at night, as doing so will not enable the skin to breathe easily.
3. What is the ideal age to start using Face Serums?
Serums contain potent ingredients that can have an impact on the metabolism of cells. Face serums can turn out to be way too active for younger skin. The ideal age to start using face serums would be the late 20s and early 30s. This period is the age at which the first signs of aging appear.
4. What is the function of Face Serum?
The serum comprises smaller molecules with high penetration power and can deliver a high concentration of active ingredients.
5. Can I use the serum if I have skin problems?
Serums are concentrated. Hence, if one has sensitive skin or is prone to allergies or any skin reactions, it is better to consult a dermatologist before using it. It is always advisable to do a patch test before using serums all over the face. Avoid harsh chemicals or makeup when using serums as they may alter their efficacy. Also, people who are prone to severe skin issues like eczema must use serums with caution.