With the combination of many festivities, cold winds, and indoor heating, your skin is needing some Tender Loving Care! Serums are your BFFS these winter days to treat your skin concerns in pronto. For great results, we like creating serum-cocktails to boost up the effect. Below are combos to tackle different skin concerns this winter.
For Winter Dryness:
You might have noticed that your go-to-routine isn’t quite moisturizing enough these days. The harsh cold winds and the heaters are weakening your skin barrier causing dryness on your skin. In this case, we recommend enhancing the Dr.Jart Ceramidin Serum with LJH Vita Propolis 33 Ampoule. The latter contains 50% Propolis Extract and 20% Multi-Vitamins that will nourish your skin and help it heal! Just 1-2 drops of this ampoule combined with Dr. Jart will both strengthen your skin barrier giving a high dose of moisture and nutrients inside and out your skin.
Breakouts can happen anytime, but it could further be stimulated with the combos of sweets, alcohol, and stress especially this time of the year. Insert the weather too (blame it all!) If you're are experiencing this, the last thing you want to do is to cause further irritations! Our mission is to combine soothing and a blemish reducing serums. The recommended duo are Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Serum with Missha Time Revolution Artemisia Ampoule. Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Serum is great for calming redness and irritations, while it also brightens up dark spots caused by acne. With Missha Time Revolution Artemisia Ampoule combined, your skin is getting 70% Artemisia Extract that will give your skin a heavenly dose of hydration and at the same time heal blemishes.
What You Should Never Mix
Before you want to mix your serum cocktail, there is one rule of thumb you have to keep in mind. Never pair strong and potentially irritating actives like retinol, AHA’s, BHA’s, PHA’s, and Vitamin C serums together. These are best used alone or if combined you need to follow the 30-minute gap.
The above combinations are just samples of what serums you can combine. The Korean skincare routine is a combo of different toners, essences, and serums. At the end of the day, it is only you who can prove what is best for your skin. Test, observe and recombine. That is our magic recipe. Mixing serum is a perfect way to give your skin a boost this winter and beyond.
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