Real Girl Lifestyle

Potent new serums from La Mer

Posted on: April 21, 2011

Just over a year ago, La Mer launched an exciting new addition to its serums line, The Regenerating Serum, and now its latest innovative product debuts from the Max Huber labs, The Radiant Serum. I can’t wait to try this new product, a lightweight gel formula that boosts skin’s ability to reflect light while imparting exclusive ingredients that interact with cells to firm, plump, and illuminate complexion.

I’ve already become a devotee of the Regenerating Serum, whose ingredients are at the cutting edge of cell communication. In addition to a vital dose of La Mer’s patented Miracle Broth, the Regenerating Ferment relies on potent marine plant stem cells to renew and restore skin structure and integrity. Skin is encouraged to produce crucial collagen and elastin, without which skin loses strength and elasticity. An impressive and extensive list of antioxidants further repairs and prevents free radical damage, reinvigorating delicate facial skin.

The Regenerating Serum is more emollient than many serums I’ve used – a more moisturizing texture than primarily silicone-based formulas – and so it’s appropriate for dry or combination complexions. Given that the texture is so much more lightweight than many moisturizers, however, I consider it oily skin-friendly as well.

Results improve with continued use, and I relish knowing that this serum’s cooling, smoothing, refreshing feel belies the extreme potency of its rare and meticulously constructed ingredients. I can’t wait to see what the talented technicians at Max Huber labs bring us next!


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