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There’s one thing every dry-skin individual knows to be true: Moisture-boosting elixirs are essential. And the best face serums for dry skin don’t just serve up an extra dose of hydration, but also deeply nourish and protect against the harsh elements, from whipping winds to sudden drops in temperature.

 

“Hydrating serums are useful because they bring hydration into the skin,” stresses New York City dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, M.D., of Schweiger Dermatology Group. Because healing dry skin calls for both humectants and emollients (that draw in moisture and lock in moisture respectively), a good humectant like hyaluronic acid, which holds 1,000 times its weight in water, will draw hydration to the skin to bouncier, glower effect.

 

“When the atmosphere is more arid, such as in wintertime, the dry air draws moisture out of our skin… so these barrier products prevent loss of moisture,” explains Nazarian. “Over time, as we age, our skin is less capable of drawing in and locking in moisture—so these skin habits are useful in the short-term seasonally and long-term because as we age, our skin weakens.”

 

Know Your Skin ID First Before Find Your Face Serums for Dry Skin

 

The first step to finding the right skincare for your unique skin needs, you must first know what those needs are.

 

You may be familiar with the four main skin types:

  • Normal Skin: Well-balanced with small pores, smooth texture, healthy circulation, and isn’t overly sensitive.
  • Dry Skin: Doesn’t have the lipids required to keep moisture in, so it loses hydration through sweat and natural diffusion.
  • Oily Skin: Produces an abundance of sebum through large pores and is more prone to breakouts.
  • Combination Skin: The nose, forehead, and chin (T-zone) are oily while the cheeks are normal to dry.

 

However, your skin is not just limited to these 4 types! According to the Baumann Skin Type classification system, there are a further of 16 skin types which is measured based on the four barriers of our skin:

  • Dehydration: oiliness vs. dryness
  • Inflammation: resistance vs. sensitivity
  • Pigmentation: pigmentation vs. non-pigmentation
  • Wrinkles: tightness vs. wrinkling

 

These 8 factors play a crucial role in determining your skin iD and creating the right skincare routine for combination skin. If you are not sure whether you have combination skin, take this 2 min skin analysis quiz to help you determine your specific skin care needs and recommend you the right serums for combination skin.

 

Key Ingredients of Face Serums for Dry Skin

 

Adequate skin hydration isn’t just about chugging H2O. Sure drinking enough water each day is important, but there’s actually little evidence linking water consumption to a hydrated complexion.

Serums are a great way to double down on your moisture game. When shopping for a serum, keep an eye out for these key hydrating ingredients to make sure your getting the most bang for your buck.

 

Hyaluronic acid

 

Hyaluronic Acid, HA for short, is basically your skin’s BFF. It’s unique ability to retain water makes it a hydration hero.

Our bodies produce HA naturally to lubricate our joints, enhance our immune response to heal wounds, and more. However, almost half of a body’s HA lives in the skin, where it binds to water to maintain adequate skin hydration.

Pro tip: HA often goes by the name of sodium hyaluronate on ingredient lists.

 

Vitamin C

 

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that’s used to address photodamage (from sun or UV exposure), minimize fine lines, improve elasticity, and hydrates.

 

Antioxidants

Vitamin E, niacinamide (a form of vitamin B3), niacin (vitamin B3), and vitamin A are all MVPs of skin rejuvenation and health.

 

Certain plant oils and extracts

 

Plant oils like coconut, shea, and jojoba are occlusive agents, meaning they create a skin barrier to lock in moisture.

Caprylic acid is another popular ingredient in hydrating serums, it has antimicrobial properties that fight acne. It’s typically derived from coconut or palm oil.

 

Ceramides

 

Like plant oils, ceramides are fats that help your skin form a barrier to retain moisture.

 

Squalene

 

Squalene is a naturally occurring lipid that’s found in the skin. It decreases as you age and can lead to dry skin.

In order to be used in skin care products, squalane must be hydrogenated to make it more amenable to cosmetic usage, and thus squalene becomes squalane. In its shelf-stable form, this lipid can help skin retain its moisture.

 

Lecithin

 

Lecithin has been associated with all kinds of health benefits. When it comes to skin care, hydrogenated lecithin (derived from things like sunflower seeds or soybeans) is used as an emollient and works to restore skin hydration.

 

Glycerin

 

You’re likely to find glycerin in most hydrating serums. It’s widely used in all kinds of cosmetics, but when it comes to dry skin, it’s a humectant, which means it draws water from the environment and the deeper levels of your skin into the outer ones.

 

 

5 Features to Look For in Face Serums for Dry Skin

 

  1. Natural Derived Ingredients

 

When your skin produces too much sebum, oil gets trapped in your pores. This results in acne. With dry skin, you have to constantly find a balance. The best face serums in Singapore should offer enough hydration for your dry areas yet not over supplying moisture to the oily areas.

 

Natural Ingredients such as Ferment Filtrate can help balance out your skin’s double requirements. Targeting your skin’s microbiome, this award winning serum for combination skin boasts concentrated actives and long lasting hydration without giving any oily or sticky feeling after.

 

  1. Serums for Dry Skin that have No Fragrance & No Colourants 

 

Due to changes in our environment or lifestyle, our skin type may change. A 2019 study found that between 60% and 70% of the population worldwide report they have some degree of skin sensitivity. Those with combination skin may find this more true as there will be days where you notice more breakouts and pimples as your skin type leans more toward an oily skin type. And other days where you notice more flaky skin and redness as it becomes more of a dry skin type.

 

Protect your skin from abrupt changes in the environment with gentler products. Keep an eye out for serums for dry skin with zero fragrance and colourants are a great start to balancing out your skin’s ecosystem.

 

Many women love the serums for dry skin  as it leaves their skin moisturised and does not have a greasy or sticky after feel!

 

  1. Well Balanced pH Formulation

 

We all have days when we see a stubborn pimple that does not seem to calm down. Acne scarring can be severe if not taken care of.

 

 

With a skin neutral pH of 4.5 to 5.0, this active ingredient – Canadian Willowherb is often used as a traditional salve for anti-irritant and a natural soothing agent for dry and sensitive skin!

 

This is because the Canadian Willowherb has been clinically proven to inhibit the growth of the main bacteria responsible for inflamed acne breakouts – Propionibacteria acnes (P. acnes).

 

Consumers who tried out this serums for dry skin experienced a reduction in blemishes and their skin is clearer in just 4 weeks. Consumers agree that their pimples on face and acne scars are less visible for a mattified, smoother, and healthier looking skin.

 

  1. Choose Clinically Proven Results 

 

Have you ever spent several hundreds on a popular serum that everyone was hyping about?

Only to find that the results are not what you expected, leaving you disappointed.

Stop following skincare trends and start choosing skincare products that are clinically proven! Support brands that spend research and tests on their products.

 

We fully test our products on skincare enthusiasts who give us feedback to help us refine our formulas.

 

For instance, in July 2020, we conducted a study using our Soothing & Hydrating Booster. Twenty-five Asian women tried this serums for combination skin . After 14 days, most saw visible improvement in their complexion, noticing a beautiful glow. Seventy-five percent said they were satisfied with this face serum so much that it is one of the best face serums in Singapore!

 

Any products we produce in the future will also go through a rigorous testing cycle. We will make sure they contain natural, healthy, non-toxic ingredients – and that they actually work.

Learn more about what Clinically Proven, Clean Beauty means to us.

 

  1. Personalise Your Routine to Your Skin Type/ Skin Concern

 

Just because your skin type is combination does not mean every routine works for you. You just have to find the right serums for combination skin! snowperk is here to guide you on building the right skincare routine with the best face serums in Singapore. We offer FREE one on one, personalised consultation just for you lovely readers.

 

It’s always a good idea to treat your skin kindly when figuring out your skincare routine for combination skin. Go for gentle products that can moisturize dry areas without creating more oiliness. And only apply treatments to the needed areas for specific issues. Ensure that your routine does not have products that overlap such as putting acids and retinol together. As this can severely dry and damage your skin.

 

Super Hydrating Booster from snowperk®  – One of Best Face Serums for Dry Skin

 

Here is a product that is great at incorporating natural, skin lightening ingredients – the Super Hydrating Booster.

 

This face serum contains:

 

  • Saccharide Isomerate
    Balances your skin’s natural eco-system, strengthens skin barrier, and improves long term hydration

 

  • Exo-H™
    Alteromonas Ferment Filtrate, synthesized by Kopara Microorganism from French Polynesia, provides long lasting hydration.

 

Customers who tried this booster found that it:

 

  • Left them with smooth and supple skin
  • Increased their skins overall hydration
  • Balanced their natural oils better
  • Made their skin more radiant and bright

 

You can also find this booster in the Clarifying Radiance Set (D) which is a personalised skincare routine tested by dermatologists, with our personalised moisturiser for you.

 

Your Skin’s Future is Up to You

 

If you are struggling to develop an effective skincare routine and want advice on which products and techniques to use for your skin type, we are always here to help. You can sign up for our newsletter for weekly skincare advice – customized for your distinct skin type.

 

Snowperk iD™ will also provide you with personalized recommendations to optimize your morning and evening skincare routines. After you take our free assessment, we will share helpful content to give you more insight into how your skin works and how to properly care for it. With dedication, the proper diet, and high-quality products, you can help your skin look and feel its best.

 

Get your personalized skin assessment!

 

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