Silky serums

Whether it’s a flash of radiance, a bright complexion or some deep wrinkle targeting you are after, one of these well-developed serums will do the trick.

Apply one of these serums onto a cleansed face and neck before moisturising. If it’s one targeted at the eyes, remember to apply around the eye on the bony areas. If you feel like glowing skin, leave the make-up off and let your serum do the talking. Over time, these serums work their magic.


Clarins Extra-Firming Eye Lift Perfecting Serum, R515 | Revlon Age Defying with DNA Advantage Facial Serum, R215 | Justine A-Firm Time Reversal Anti-Ageing Serum, R450 | Gatineau Activ Eclat Flash Radiance Serum, R635 | Nivea Cellular Anti-Age Skin Concentrated Skin Refining Serum, R179.99 | Elemis Advanced Brightening Even Tone Serum, R1275 | Dermafix Power Derm, R425 | Bionike Defence Hydra5 Radiance, R150 | Boots Serum7 Lift, R360

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5 Responses

  1. I haven’t tried any of these above but I have used a few (Kiehl’s, Lancome, Paula’s Choice) and find that it does help to improve my skin elasticity and hydration which are major concerns for me.

  2. I have exactly the same issue as NaturalDiva. I’ve tried Kiehl’s, Nivea and Skin Science serums…and broke out with all of them…

  3. I understand that serums are awesome because they contain higher concentration of key ingredients but I find that when I use one my skin feels congested and I end up breaking out. Is it possible that not everyone needs a serum?

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