Who Doesn’t Love A Cocktail?

Bloody Mary, Long Island Ice Tea, we all have our favourite. But did you know your skin also loves a cocktail?

Now before you dive into the nearest happy hour, we’re talking about a different kind of cocktail. Sorry.

Enter serums!

Some of us may use one, some of us may not get the point of using them at all, but they are a vital part of our skin care. Moisturisers are designed to work very superficially on the outer layers of skin, serums are designed to work on the deeper layers, working from the inside out and priming our skin cells for when they reach the big bad world of the top layers.

There is a serum for everything. And unless you are extremely lucky, most of us have more than one skin concern. Whether it’s ageing, acne, rosacea, sensitivity, dehydration, pigmentation, dryness, lines and wrinkles, sagging, irritation, the list goes on…

Why just treat one of these concerns when with a cocktail of serums you can target them all?

Call me excessive but in the morning I use four serums (Cosmedix Affirm, Aspect Dr Multi B and Active C, and Payot Elixir Lift if you were wondering), in the evening I use five (Multi B, Active C, Lift, Cosmedix Refine Plus and Defy)

Generally, with serums that are the same consistency you can simply put a pump of each into your hands, mix them together and apply to your face and neck. If you have ones of different consistency put the lighter textured ones on first and the heavier/oilier ones last.

With products from Aspect Dr, Cosmedix, Skin Medica and Payot we have a cocktail suited to everyone’s skin!

During August when you buy any two Aspect Dr serums you receive a free 100ml Aspect Dr Mild or Deep Clean Facial Cleanser worth $49.50!

With Love,

Skin Therapeia x

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