The Serum Descrambler
Serums, while arguably the most crucial step in any healthy skincare regimen, can be quite confusing to choose. Below we break down Dr. G’s hero serums with the what, who and when to meet all your skincare needs.
What: Dr. G’s concentrated rehydrating serum helps to rejuvenate the appearance of skin imperfections, illuminate dull skin and reduce the appearance of unwanted red areas to leave skin appearing glowing and vibrant.
Who: Sensitive or aggravated skin. Perfect for warm climates, loaded with hyaluronic acid to bind water on the skin and create a tight plump feeling and appearance.
What: Dr. G’s brand NEW bioactive reverse emulsion serum was created to reveal fresher, smoother, vibrant skin and visibly reduce the appearance of the signs of aging and damage caused by environmental stressors.
Who: Anyone looking to nourish, brighten, revitalize and hydrate environmentally compromised skin.
What: Dr. G’s advanced brightening and antioxidant serum help aid against the appearance of photo-aging and free radical damage, while leaving skin feeling hydrated and looking radiant.
Who: Anyone looking to boost skin moisture, calm appearance and improve the appearance of skin color and tone. Great for sensitive skin unable to use traditional Vitamin C serums.
What: Dr. G’s intense multi-corrective pigment control emulsion helps to reduce the appearance of unwanted dark spots and maintains natural hydration for radiant skin.
Who: Anyone looking to target dark spots due to sun exposure, hyperpigmentation or melasma.
What: Dr. G’s smoothing serum is the ultimate non-invasive solution to reduce the appearance of fine line depth. A water-based serum that delivers Acetyl hexapeptide and Hyaluronic acid directly to the surface of the skin. Reduces the look of fine lines for long-lasting results, increases skin suppleness and creates a smooth, flawless finish.
Who: Anyone looking to target fine lines and wrinkles and increases skin suppleness. Ideal for all skin types.
When: AM/PM on clean skin
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