"Why try the Danielle Renée Beauté Serum?"
Updated: Sep 7, 2020
My mother just celebrated her 67th birthday. For 40 years, she worked as a television anchor & investigative reporter. One of the most common things people say to me about her is, “Does she ever age? She’s stunning!”
The truth is, she has great genes.
You’re probably thinking, “What the heck does THAT do for me?!” I’ll tell you. Having good genes doesn’t mean you get a pass to skip out on skincare. For years, I’ve observed her being very intentional about two things: taking good care of her teeth, and taking great care of her skin. Word to the wise – if you’re ever in the company of someone who does something well, take good notes! I have. If you want your youthful skin to last longer - friend, get the serum.
Washing and moisturizing your face is probably something you’re already doing. But if you want to level up your skincare – applying serum should fall in between the two. If you think of your skincare routine as a sandwich, washing and moisturizing are the bread - and serum is the good stuff in the middle that a good sandwich could never go without. In case you’re unsure what all the hype is about, let’s talk about exactly what serum is, and the benefits of incorporating it into your skincare routine.
Serums are high concentrations of specific active ingredients for the skin. They’re thinner than moisturizers, allowing them to penetrate and hydrate on a deeper level than moisturizers. You shouldn’t kick your moisturizer to the curb when you use serum. A good, high-quality serum actually boosts your moisturizer’s abilities, but the goodness doesn’t end there. Serums are rich in friendly ingredients that target fine lines & wrinkles, discoloration and dark spots (hyperpigmentation), and redness. If you want to get the most out of your serum, experts suggest applying it all over the face and neck twice a day.
Key ingredients in any good hydrating serum are water (of course!) and hyaluronic acid (usually labeled as sodium hyaluronate). These are just two of the ingredients that make the Caribbean Citrus Serum by Danielle Renée so special. Our Caribbean Citrus Serum is a vegan antioxidant powerhouse packed with Vitamin C and infused with citrus stem cells. We use fruit stem cells derived from Caribbean orange oil, which improve the firmness of your skin. Vitamin C reduces the appearance of age spots, discoloration, blemishes, and redness. In addition to all of this, our hyaluronic acid formula plumps your skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
It gets even better.
Caribbean Citrus Serum by Danielle Renée is all vegan, gluten free, paraben free, sulfate free, silicone free, talc free, cruelty free, and eco-friendly.
So, how long does it take before your skin is transformed? With high-quality serums, some could see results within days. Experts suggest sticking with a skincare routine for 7 weeks to see best results. Consistency is key, and with serum, a little goes a long way!
So go ahead friend, get the serum. Your skin will love you back for it.
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