These coloured dropper bottles, each filled with little pastel-coloured globules suspended in a clear liquid.
Slowly but surely, these bottles – that come in technicolor shades – are becoming iconic and making waves in the international market.
What Skin Inc offers is something I have not seen in any other beauty label: skincare that is simple, effective, and customised to one’s skin condition.
There are 10 serums to choose from, and each contains one main active ingredient that addresses a specific skin concern.
The active ingredient is encapsulated in those pastel-coloured bubbles so it is kept fresh, and burst upon application. The clear liquid is made of water and skin-hydrating glycerin.
Because the active ingredients are encapsulated, customisation is simple and can even be done at home. It is all a matter of mixing up to three of the individual serums that suit your skin concerns into one bottle.
French pine bark – Antioxidant protection
Vitamin A – Even out skin tone
Chlorella – Brighten and anti-spot
Licorice – Calm irritated skin
Hyaluronic acid – Long-lasting hydration
Ceramide – Strengthen and soothe
Collagen – Boost elasticity and smoothness
Vitamin C – Re-balance and anti-spot
Coenzyme Q10 – Re-energize
(New!) Vitamin B3 Serum – Anti-blemish, controls sebum production. It also contains hyaluronic acid and the anti-inflammatory Panthenol.
Because the serums are water-based, they have a refreshing gel texture, are lightweight and easily-absorbed.
Made for layering under moisturiser and sunscreen, or worn alone.
Each individual serum also comes in a handy 10ml size, so it is perfect for travel, or a post-gym skincare routine.
If you want a serum that is more potent on its own, try the new Skin-Revival Infusion Serum with apple stem cell extract that promises to be packed with anti-ageing goodness.
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