Here’s what you need to know about the serum upping your glow.
– KEYS SOULCARE
Achieving a sunkissed glow is #SkinGoals. To get there, brightening serums are the beauty essential skincare enthusiasts swear by. But what does a brightening serum do and how can you reap the benefits while tapping into soulcare? Read on to get in the know — and the glow — about brightening serums.
So… what’s a brightening serum?
Skin brightening serums are popular beauty products used to even out skin tone and texture. Through gentle exfoliation and potent ingredients to fade dark spots, skin brightening serums work to bring life back into a dull complexion.
Skin brightening, not whitening
It’s important to note that brightening serums are meant to lighten areas of the skin by reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation. This shouldn’t be confused with skin bleaching or whitening— processes that use harsh, skin-damaging chemicals that change the natural color of your skin. Skin brightening serums are formulated with ingredients like vitamin C and vitamin B3 to bring balance to your complexion by lightening blemishes, acne scarring, age spots, and other forms of discoloration.
The benefits of our Illuminating Face Serum
Let Me Glow is our hydrating take on a face brightening serum. Our derm-developed offering is a part of our skincare-color hybrid collection, giving you the best of both worlds in three distinct ways.
With vitamin B3-packed niacinamide, our illuminating face serum lightens dark spots as well as minimizes blotchiness and discoloration.
Thanks to Let Me Glow’s moisture-rich blend of rose water, skin becomes soft and supple for a fresher, dewier appearance.
Boosted with a sheer tint of golden hues, our serum complements all complexions with a touch of warmth. Wear the look of Let Me Glow alone or use it as a lustrous base for makeup.
Let Me Glow is also simple to use. Just gently blend the formula into clean, moisturized skin to level up your radiance from sunrise to sunset.
The best brightening serums inspire us to shine our light. How are you giving yourself permission to glow today?