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How to shop for a serum for your skin type

Written by Shonagh Walker

Serums can go the extra mile in moisturising, clarifying, regenerating and healing the skin where it's required the most. They are typically lightweight in texture, which makes them more readily absorbed than creams. Serums also pack a skin-perfecting punch, thanks to concentrated, targeted, active ingredients that address the core of your skin issue, be it dryness, sensitivity, pigmentation or more. So, which serum is best for you? Let’s take a look at various skin conditions to work that out.

 

Serums for dry skin

Look for a nourishing formula that will hydrate thirsty cells without causing congestion or leaving residue on the skin's surface. Minennsey Rejuvenating Superfood Facial Elixir is brimming with extracts of superfoods including kakadu plum, pomegranate, and broccoli, just to name a few.


Despite being loaded with intense goodness, it remains light in texture and can be quickly absorbed into the skin. Its potency is further amped up with antioxidant-rich L22®— a hydrating blend of jojoba, macadamia and olive extract to deeply hydrate the skin, leaving it looking radiant and youthful.

 

Serums for oily and sensitive skin

Go for a lightweight serum that's either gel or aqua based, such as Minennsey Flannel Flower Absolute. Its small molecules easily penetrate to provide all-day hydration and protection from antioxidants. It also soothes sensitive skin, which frequently goes hand in hand with oiliness. 

 

Serums for pigmented skin

Hyperpigmentation can be related to pregnancy, childbirth, or sun damage. So, a whitening serum that smooths the skin and can encourage healthy cellular turnover is what is required. Amilera Hyaluronic Whitening Serum provides a decent dose of hydration with each application and can also brighten skin. Its unique soothing and moisturising formula can illuminate your skin and restore your natural glow, reduce pigmentation and help prevent further signs of ageing. 

 

Serums for skin with fine lines

Fine lines and creepiness need a good dose of hydration, which will help plump out lines and add elasticity and firmness to the skin. Enter Minennsey Snake Vine Absolute, which uses a ground-breaking bio-mimic extraction method to ensure the plant-based ingredients remain as they are from extraction to your skin. This serum provides long-lasting hydration and contains a generous amount of antioxidants to nurture skin, ward off environmental aggressors and keep the skin remain looking and feeling youthful. 

 

Serums for dull skin 

Lacklustre skin happens for many reasons - poor lifestyle choices, not enough sleep, lack of exfoliating and lack of nutrients. Brighten your skin with the generous dose of plant-based nutrients found in Savar Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum. An oil-free and age-defying serum, it contains rosehip, blackcurrant, lemon fruit and bearberry to help even out skin tone and reduce redness. 

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