Our Favorite Serums To Help Rejuvenate Your Skin


Serums are potent and powerful elixirs of beauty that everyone should have in their skincare arsenal. They are supercharged potions of skincare with the sole purpose of giving your skin a boost of glow, hydration, nourishment and protection. Often designed to be used during night as it’s the time when your skin heals, repairs and preps itself for the next day. Because serums do offer so much and have amazing ingredients that do wonders on your skin, they do tend to have a higher price despite the fact that they usually come quite small. Bear in mind that this isn’t the beauty companies way of being stingy as you only need a few drops of that beauty elixir each night so they actually tend to go a long way. We’ve rounded up our picks of the best serum which are worth every penny and will be sure to rejuvenate (and much more) your skin.

1. Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate

This facial oil is infamous and has been around for ages. Its job is to visibly restore the skin overnight and give it a wondrous appearance by morning, and it certainly does what it says on the tin (or in this case, glass bottle). Kiehl’s has formulated their Concentrate with distilled botanicals including lavender essential oil, evening primrose oil and squalene.

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Our Favorite Serums To Help Rejuvenate Your Skin

2. Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair

Another cult favourite, for good reason, is the ANR as now it is sometimes called. Whilst one of its main claims is to reduce the look of all key signs of ageing, this does not mean that this serum is exclusively for more mature skin. One of the best skincare tips out there is to start the prevention of ageing fairly young, probably around the start of your twenties. Whilst this may seem premature and unnecessary, the best way to treat signs of ageing is to prevent them instead of getting them and attempting to treat those signs after. ANR’s other claims are to help hydrate dryness and dehydration, treat dullness and loss of radiance and to tone the skin.

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Our Favorite Serums To Help Rejuvenate Your Skin

3. Drunk Elephant B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum

It’s hydration station here at Drunk Elephant, with their B-Hydra serum offering steady hydration throughout the day. This replenishing concoction can be used during the day or night and is formulated with pro-vitamin B5, pineapple ceramide and a lentil/apple/watermelon complex to diminish drabness, dryness and the appearance of fine lines. It’s a lightweight serum which won’t feel too heavy on the skin and makes it great for layering under makeup.

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https://www.esteelauder.co.uk/product/681/26959/product-catalog/skincare/advanced-night-repair/synchronized-recovery-complex-ii

4. Sunday Riley CEO Rapid Flash Brightening Serum

Sunday Riley’s CEO serum is formulated to even out the skin tone and minimise the appearance of hyperpigmentation. By enhancing brightness, luminosity and radiance, it helps the skin combo against signs of ageing which include dullness, sensitivity, wrinkles, dehydration, uneven skin tone and premature fine lines. The serum is to be applied every morning and night for the best results, and with continual use, you’ll be sure to see a brighter complexion and a smoother appearance of your skin.

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Our Favorite Serums To Help Rejuvenate Your Skin

5. La Mer The Concentrate

With the biggest price tag of the lot, La Mer’s The Concentrate is certainly a thing of skincare luxury. The Concentrate aims to calm areas of irritation and reduce redness, it promises to soothe the skin to allow for a smoother and stronger complexion. This beauty elixir is enriched with La Mer’s Miracle Broth which is at the heart of all the brand’s products. The Miracle Broth is created through a fermentation process with the key ingredient being sea kelp.

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Our Favorite Serums To Help Rejuvenate Your Skin

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