Don’t Waste Another Penny on Makeup and Start Investing Into Your Skin with Our Pigment Correcting Serum
The only thing better than a perfect face of makeup is beautiful, flawless skin underneath it. Many of us use make up for various reasons. Sometimes, its to cover up dark spots, acne or hyper-pigmentation. Other times, make up is used for special occasions or to enhance natural beauty. Regardless of what you use make up for, having flawless skin underneath your foundation and setting powder is vital. But it can be expensive, especially for those who use pigment correcting makeup along with concealer. Instead of wasting another penny on makeup, start investing in pigment correcting serum.
Serums are an essential part of any skin care regimen. They are highly concentrated and have biologically active substance to help achieve your skin care goals. For example, a vitamin C serum would help with brightening the skin. Because serums are packed with potent ingredients, they often help quickly with your skin care needs. Serums are much lighter than moisturizers which allow them to penetrate the skin on a deeper level. Whether it’s to boost your glow or reduce dark spots, pigment correcting serums are here to help.
What are serums?
Pigment correcting serums are formulated to help reduce dark spots, light spots, discoloration and more. Spots can be caused by exposure to the sun, lack of sleep, or just age. In the long run, investing in pigment correcting serum will go further than makeup. Dr. Deborah Longwill provides a handful of serums that can be used regularly to help bring your skin back to life.
Lytera 2.0 is one of the most popular pigment correcting serums. It is for all skin types, and its purpose is to brighten skin. Its potent ingredients help improve in overall skin conditions and will even your skin tone and reduced the appearance of skin discolorations.
Over 79% of clients have reported improvement in the evenness of their skin tone after 12 weeks of use, and over 95% reported improvement in overall skin condition after 12 weeks. Trust us, it’s worth the investment.
Using serums can be a little tricky as many have several steps to their routine. A pigment correcting serum can be applied both in the morning and evening after cleansing and toning. Its best to use a serum before a moisturizer as the rule of thumb is thin to thick when layering products. You can apply serum directly to your face and the neck and chest if affected.
While Lytera 2.0 helps with discoloration, it also can help you achieve healthy skin overall. It helps optimize the results of multiple treatment approaches including microdermabrasion, laser therapy, and chemical peels.
Dr. Deborah Longwill specializes in skin care and has served the South Florida community for over 25 years. Dr. Longwill chooses to focus on her patients as a whole, promoting the condition of overall wellness, taking into account their needs and concerns. Make an appointment with one of our professionals to see which pigment correcting serums products will be most useful for your skin care today. Learn more by calling to make an appointment with us today at (305) 279-7546 or click here to browse our products online!