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Choose, combine and layer your serums!


Michelle D’Allaird explains why combining serums is necessary to your skincare routine.

One of the greatest challenges for almost every person seeking perfect skin is determining which products to use, and then how to use them together. For me, it’s a simple task – I live and breathe the skincare life. But for most it is not so simple, so let me help.

Task one: according to your skin’s needs, select your daily skincare product. This is easy when you use ARTISTRY™ as your preferred brand – there are several products to choose from! However, I’d suggest ARTISTRY Hydra-V for hydration, which is critical for this time of year, or ARTISTRY Youth Xtend for anti-ageing.

Task two: Pick your serum. I’d suggest your preferred ARTISTRY Signature Select™ Personalized Serum or ARTISTRY Intensive Skincare Advanced Vitamin C+HA treatment.

Now that we’re on the topic of serums, this is what you need to keep in mind:

1. Daily regimen

A serum is your daily regimen treatment product. It’s always applied after cleansing/toning and before moisturiser.

2. ARTISTRY Signature Select Personalized Serums

This collection is one of the best ARTISTRY creations. This powerful serum can be customised to your specific skin needs and is one hundred percent compatible with every other ARTISTRY collection.

3. Advanced Vitamin C+HA Treatment

Vitamin C tops the list as one of the most powerful antioxidants for the skin. It protects your skin from environmental stress, increases firmness, minimises wrinkles, brightens and helps to reduce the signs of ageing, while at the same time preventing future oxidative damage. HA (Hyaluronic Acid) is one of the skin’s most powerful humectants. This is an ingredient that binds moisture to itself in order to maintain hydration and plumpness in the skin. Together, these two ingredients are a power duo for skin health.

4. Your order of use never changes

Lightest and thinnest consistency to most viscous is the way to go. For example, whenever you use an ARTISTRY Signature Select Personalized Serum, always use it before the ARTISTRY Intensive Anti-Wrinkle Firming Serum. However, when using the ARTISTRY Intensive Renewing Peel or the Advanced Vitamin C+HA, always apply an ARTISTRY Signature Select Personalized Serum after these products.

Why apply the Personalized Serum after? Because Advanced Vitamin C+HA is thinner. And why use this combination together? Because they’re the ultimate power pack treatments. Your ARTISTRY Signature Select Personalized Serum targets your specific skin concerns while Advanced Vitamin C+HA packs the skin full of maximum antioxidant protection while simultaneously saturating it with hydration. There is truly no better combination to optimise skin health!

Although it can be used daily, I like to pamper my skin with my advanced treatments. I use Advanced Vitamin C+HA for thirty days and then take a month or two off. But I DO use it along with my ARTISTRY Signature Select zed Personalized Serum as an added boost in antioxidant protection and hydration!

5. Remember the five steps

Your skincare regimen should never change: always remember to cleanse, tone, treat, moisturise and protect.

6. Personalise it for yourself

Finally, and most importantly, it is necessary to remember that the only way to achieve the healthiest skin is by using products that you have personalised exactly for yourself. As your skin changes with age, the environment, seasons, and your health; your skincare needs change as well. ARTISTRY Signature Select Personalized Serums allow you to alter your treatment serum to adapt to such changes.

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