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10 Best Face Serums

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10 Best Face Serums

When we purchase beauty products, we want to know that we are getting good value effective treatments, so we have compiled a list of the best face serums. At Nakin, we dedicate our work to producing amazing anti-ageing skincare, and face serums are incredibly anti-ageing. Part of our work involves researching the best most effective ingredients for our natural skincare products, so because of this we know what makes a good face serum. As Nakin are a natural skincare brand, we only ever include natural products in our lists. This is because we only believe in beautifying skin using natural ingredients. Natural ingredients work in harmony with our systems and enhance our skin without any irritation, or harsh synthetic ingredients. So, if you would like to know the best face serums, then take a look at our list below.

1. Nakin Performance Face Serum £25

This all-purpose face serum works on a multitude of skin concerns to smooth and rejuvenate skin. It works using a powerful blend of special plant actives like seaweed, hibiscus, hyaluronic acid, green tea and pomegranate to flood skin with antioxidants and nutrients. This natural anti-ageing face serum is specially designed to target a whole host of skin issues including skin ageing prevention, dullness, lines and wrinkles, sun damage, age spots, pollution damage and an uneven skin tone. The large 50ml size makes it a great purse friendly long-lasting option.

2. Madara Infinity Drops Immuno Serum £80

This is an expensive option, but has organic science at the heart of it. They describe it as using the power of the harsh northern climate of the earth and utilising the properties of the plants that live there; such as probiotics, mushrooms and vitamins.

3. Neals Yard Frankincense Intense Lift Serum £75

Neals Yard are one of the first brands to utilise Frankincense in mainstream skincare products. In this serum they have utilised it into a special complex and they say the Frankincense essential oil blend makes you feel relaxed. This serum also targets firmness and deep lines from the proven collagen-protecting properties.  

4. FOM London Skincare Anti-Pollution Hydra Bright Serum £79

If you live in a large polluted city like London or New York, then this is a good option as it is specially designed to combat the negative effects of pollution and even helps to get rid of age spots. FOM London are also about to become a zero waste company.

5. Laurel Skin Unburden Serum £75

The Unburden Serum has lots of great reviews and its main aim is to bring tranquillity to skin by taking away inflammation. Although it is called a serum, we would consider it more of an oil.  It helps the face with ingredients like jojoba and evening primrose oil. It aims to moisturise skin and help with dryness and interestingly rosacea plus broken capillaries, which are bold claims.

6. Liz Earle Super Skin Face Serum £45

This has nice lotion consistency with the main goal of brightening skin. It includes some exotic ingredients like Persian silk tree and rhubarb. It has good reviews, but one person did note that it did not last that long, being only a 30ml size.

7. One Love Organics Vitamin C Serum £64

We love the name of this brand, and that it does not contain any irritating synthetic serum. Instead the vitamin C is from rose and other plant ingredients. They advise to use the exquisite formula anytime you want to reveal your radiance. One Love Organics recommend using this serum both morning and evening, which is how most serums should be used to get the best effect of putting actives on the skin. They suggest playing around with what feels good for your skin, which is good advice for most skincare products.

8. Josh Rosebrook Active Infusion Serum £64

This includes lots of organic oils and some of the nice ingredients in this are ashwagandha and hemp seed. Hemp seed oil is a lovely oil for the face and helps to balance out oily skin. Please note that this product needs to be applied when the face is wet, and they suggest using their accelerator to wet the face. It also contains essential oils like ylang ylang, so take care if you have sensitive skin.

9. Esse Plus Probiotic Serum £100

This is a very expensive option at £100 for 30ml but we included it for probiotic fans, without a budget. They describe it as delivering probiotic species that are integral to skin health. The microbes are activated on contact with water on the skin. Once active, they are said to help the skin by rectifying imbalances and strengthening the barrier function for a firmer, fuller, more resilient skin.

10. REN Keep Young & Beautiful Firming & Smoothing Serum £47

Any natural face product that claims to firm skin will get our attention. This is made by Ren, who are owned by the cosmetic giant Unilever. Ingredients include rose and loganberry and it aims to give radiant, smoother, younger looking skin. Instantly skin feels firmer, plumper and lifted. It is also said to reduce the appearance of fine lines and keeps skin looking younger for longer.

We hope that you found our feature helpful about the best face serums. Face serums are notoriously expensive due to the high concentration of actives that they contain. We tried to include something for everyone, as we know that everyone has unique skin and requirements. The important thing is to always use the best skincare products. Nakin are dedicated to achieving beautiful skin at every age using the best natural ingredients. To find out more about Nakin and our award winning anti-ageing skincare then visit us at www.nakinskincare.com Nakin produce natural face products for all skin types, including sensitive skin. The full range can be found here and is designed to help skin to thrive and flourish by using the best plant active ingredients. Everything is cruelty free and made in the UK. If you would like to get in touch with Nakin then please email us at info@nakinskincare.com We would love to hear your thoughts and are also available to offer skincare and product advice.

 

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