How is a serum different from a moisturiser?

Serums are lighter in texture and therefore offer more rapid absorption. However moisturisers are a more concentrated emulsion and need more time for it to be totally absorbed.

The main function of a moisturiser cream is to moisturise the skin and the purpose of a serum is to further enhance the effects of the moisturiser.

What is better for my skin, serum or moisturiser?

It is not about choosing which product, but the moment of it’s application. The combined application of both solutions continuously and constantly is what will guarantee the success of your beauty routine.

How to apply it?

You should apply a serum at the time when your skin is most receptive, just after daily cleaning and application of the tonic. You only need a couple of drops and spread it with a gentle massage on your face, neck and décolleté. Then apply your moisturiser, which should use morning and night.

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