Serums are an essential part of every skincare routine. They contain more active ingredients than your other products and help repair and prevent future damage. Did you know that you can boost your serum’s effectiveness by pairing it with a hydrating mist? Read on to learn how just two products can give you the ultimate anti-aging moisture quench you need.
Spritz with a toning mist
After cleansing, generously spritz face with Sea Vitamin Boost. Loaded with antioxidant-rich Organic Algae, Resveratrol and Pomegranate, this mist will brighten, hydrate, and most importantly for this routine -– prepare the skin for maximum absorption of your serum. Like avocado and toast, mists and serums are great alone, but a whole lot better together! Combining the two will allow for an even application of serum and instantly enhance your natural glow.
Bonus tip: Mist again after makeup application to set powder or foundation.
Once your skin is damp from misting, it’s ready to absorb Hyaluronic Sea Serum. This super simple, yet powerful formula includes three molecular weights of Hyaluronic Acid + three different types of organic seaweed to restore immediate and long-lasting hydration. Apply two to three pumps to face, neck, and decolleté, let dry for 30 seconds, and apply your favorite OSEA moisturizer. Enjoy bright, luminous skin.
Bonus tip: Apply the serum directly to the face or dispense serum on the back of hand, as if it were your palette. Use your finger to apply serum from back of hand to face. Massage any excess serum into hands to give them an anti-aging, hydrating boost.
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