What is the Difference Between Hydrators and Serums?

What is the difference between hydrators and serums?

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A Hydrator is a gel that provides moisture. Our hydrators are a gel base of Hyaluronic Acid, which provides excellent hydration and plumps up the skin. Hydrators do not contain oil and are ideal for oily or acne-prone because they do not clog pores. Even those with dry and mature skin can benefit from using a hydrator to give an added moisture boost.
A Serum is a product that uses highly concentrated anti-aging peptides and other ingredients to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, firm, or reduce discolorations. Serums are great for those with normal to dry skin. Those who are oily, acne-prone, combination, or sensitive may find that a hydrator works better for them.

At Skin Perfection, we have many customers who love serums and have oily, acne-prone, combination, and sensitive skin and have trouble using them. That is why we created our cross hydrator-serums: The Expression Line Deep Wrinkle Serum, Youth Serum, and Peptide Fusion. They are a cross between the hydrators and serums, combining the benefits of highly concentrated ingredients in a gel form. They are oil-free, filler-free, and fragrance-free! Try one today!

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Kari Thomas wrote this article.