Filorga Serums As Anti-Aging Skincare is an important step in your skincare routine for a youthful look.
Creams are generally made from occulant like petroleum related products to nourish and protect the skin surface area. Believe it or not, one of its main function is to protect your skin from moisture lost due to the breeze. May sound a little frivolous and not quite a big deal, but it is important to keep the skin balanced without congestion with the right cream.
Serum, Ampoule and Essence as your skincare tonic on the other hand is of gel, liquid or lighter cream texture which penetrate deeper into the skin surface area to heal the skin. And of course there are countless number of serums including Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Collagen, Peptide or a combination of them.
Am a big fan of serums of course. If you are into layering serums, always start with the lightest textured product and complete it with cream and sunblock. Would love to suggest, using at least 3 serums on the face ie. anti-wrinkle on forehead, neck and crows feet, anti-pigmentation/hydrating on cheeks and eye serum on eyes. As for cream, a hydrating cream for day and firming for night will be perfect for those above 30 years old.
For the last decade, having tried so many serums and enjoyed the benefits of all the European skincare, I have found some seriously effective serums with high efficacy and active ingredients. Here are my 3 of my personal favourites from Filorga Professional Skincare.
Filorga Skin Perfusion HAB5 Hydra Serum (Day)
The HAB5 Hydra Serum is made from Hyaluronic Acid which is known for its emolient properties. Able to hold up to 1000 times its weight moisture content. Well you can imagine it to be super sponge to keep the moisture for the skin.
Especially useful to keep the face looking fuller and fresh in the day. Find out more about Hyaluronic Acid from our blog Is Hyaluronic acid an acid?
Filorga Skin Perfusion C Light Serum (Night)
Yes. You guessed it right, every woman is now attracted to Vitamin C as anti-oxidant in their diet as well as in their skincare. Filorga C Light Serum uses encapsulated Vitamin C to reduce dullness and signs of fatigue. It also contains Vitamin H (biotin) which helps to keep skin healthy.
Loved the way C Light helps to keep my sun spots and freckles in check. Yet, without causing uneven skintone and dryness. More about Vitamin C helps with pigmentation and collagen production.
Filorga Skin Perfusion RE-Time Serum (Night)
For a naturalist like me, aesthethic treatment is not my cup of tea as it is more of a beautifying routine than skincare. I prefer to eat clean, daily meditation/yoga/gym/running as part of my morning routine and a complementary skincare routine.
Having read the “Looking 20 years younger” and learnt how the author regretted not having started his skincare routine before the sun damaged his skin made me realised how important skincare is.
Am happy to discover Filorga RE-time as it is an anti-aging serum designed to act on 4 signs of phot0-induced ageing skin ~ loss of elasticity, dehydration, thinning skin and wrinkles. Its active ingredient is non other than Vitamin A, the rockstar ingredient in the industry. When added with hyaluronic acid, it boost the skin to higher levels of hydration. Find out more from Are Retinol, Retinoic Acid and Retin A all the same?
Hope you’ve enjoyed reading this article as part of Skincare Singapore series.