With all the health and beauty products on the market, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices and to be confused about all the different products suggested for a good beauty regimen—like cleanser, daily moisturizer, toner, exfoliator, night cream, serum, eye cream, mask, and so on.
Thinking about all of these terms got us wondering: What’s the difference between a moisturizer and a serum anyway?
The main difference actually comes down to the size of the molecules. A moisturizer’s molecules are larger than a serum’s, because a moisturizer’s job is to deposit hydration to the top layer of skin. But a serum—which sounds clinical and highly advanced, doesn’t it?—is made of smaller molecules that can get down deeper into the other layers of skin. There, it can deposit critical nutrients where they’re needed, for healthy skin from the inside out.
The Sanitas Vita-Rich Serum in the autumn Yuzen box is a good example. This all-natural formula delivers essential fatty acids plus vitamins A, C, D, E, and K deep into skin tissue to help combat the signs of aging, sun damage, and environmental toxicity. Use it after cleansing and before moisturizing for best results. Sanitas never uses any artificial ingredients, preservatives or parabens—your face will love it!
Browse all of Sanitas’ healthy skin care products at www.theskinfactor.com.