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Frequently Asked Questions
A serum is a skincare product that is typically used after cleansing and toning the skin, but before moisturizing. Serums are usually more lightweight and concentrated than other skincare products, and are designed to deliver a high dose of active ingredients to the skin. There are many different types of serums available, each formulated with specific ingredients to address different skin concerns.
The frequency of serum use will depend on the specific product and your skin type. In general, it is safe to use a serum 1-2 times per day, either in the morning or at night. However, those with sensitive skin may want to start with less frequent use and gradually increase as tolerated. It's always a good idea to follow the instructions on the product label and to patch test before using any new skincare product.
There are serums available for all skin types, including sensitive, oily, and dry skin. It's important to choose a serum that is appropriate for your skin type and to follow the instructions on the product label. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to choose a gentler serum or one that is formulated for sensitive skin.
As with any skincare product, it's important to follow the instructions on the product label and to patch test before using a serum. Avoid applying the serum to broken or irritated skin, and be sure to follow up with a moisturizer to help lock in the benefits of the serum. It's also a good idea to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen during the day to protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays.