Discover the beautifying powers of serum

We’d hazard a guess that you’ve probably got a fairly good idea why using a cleanser and a moisturiser is great for your complexion – these familiar skincare essentials have been around the beauty block for quite some time after all. But what about that so-called serum stuff? Is it really necessary? Read on to find out how it will take your skincare routine to the next level…

 

  1. What makes serum a beauty hero?

 

Why should you include serum in your daily beauty routine? What exactly does it do? Serum is a hydrating powerhouse, but unlike a moisturiser that nourishes the top layer of the skin, serum works its magic in the deeper layers of the skin’s epidermis due to the smaller size of its molecules.

 

Serum is rejuvenating for all skin types, but it’s particularly beneficial for dry and mature skin types thanks to the high concentration of deeply hydrating active ingredients. A key component in any high quality serum is hyluaronic acid, which boosts hydration levels in the skin by attracting and retaining water, effectively filling in fine lines and wrinkles for a smoother and healthier-looking skin.

 

  1. Experience the AEOS Multi-Award Winning Realive Serum

 

Ready to discover the potent power of serum? Our multi-award winning Realive Serum harnesses nature’s hydrating powers to plump and revitalise. Our formulation includes pure, botanically-derived hyaluronic acid, complemented by our ultra-nourishing organic and biodynamic spelt oil as well as other beneficial plant oils and extracts.

 

  1. How to use the AEOS Realive Serum

 

Our Realive Serum is highly concentrated and super potent, so you’ll need to apply only a tiny amount each time. Include it in your morning and evening skincare rituals, taking care to apply after cleansing and before applying a moisturiser. For greatest benefits, the optimal way to use our serum is to apply it after our multi-award winning Refreshing Hydrating Mist as part of the ‘Replenish’ step of our three-phase system.

 

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