Serums for Sensitive Skin

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By June Ramli

Affecting 85 per cent of Australians aged between 15-24 years old, including 35 percent of females over the age of 30, is acne – or acne vulgaris – a chronic inflammatory skin disease characterised by excessive sebum production, irregular skin cell turnover, pore congestion, and redness.
While OTC and prescription ingredients are available to treat and reduce the severity of breakouts, many of the recognised activities can irritate skin sensitivities and result in unwanted side effects including excessive dryness, scarring, photosensitivity and hyperpigmentation.

Extracted from the core, crown, fruit, peel, and stem of pineapple, bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme proven to inhibit bacterial growth in opportunistic acne and reduce the swelling, pain, and redness associated with the body’s production of prostaglandins.
Ideal for sensitive skin types, bromelain is also documented to provide antioxidant support and gently break down keratinised bonds for a smoother, brighter, and more radiant complexion.

Blemish serum

Formulated in the Natural Blemish Spot Remover, the Blemish serum as seen above by award-winning and natural vegan brand, Mary Grace, is a bioactive supported by a host of other botanical ingredients, including white willow bark, licorice root, tea tree oil, and lemon myrtle, to kill acne-causing bacteria, balance sebum production, dissolve dead skin cells, and treat post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and scarring.

Miracle serum.

Suitable for layering, this targeted treatment can also be combined with Mary Grace’s Skin Replenishing Miracle Serum, a niacinamide and hyaluronic acid based topical containing watermelon seed oil, moringa seed oil, and natural mica, to hydrate and repair skin, brighten the complexion, depigment, and impart an immediate ethereal glow to help filter and conceal existing acne lesions.     

The writer seen here with the serums.

Both products are Australian made, vegan-friendly, and cruelty-free. 
On a personal note, I recently had the chance to try both serums and I can safely say they are save to use on your skin without having to test it on your hands first.
You can use these serums as a base before putting on your make-up with no fuss.
If you are ever in the market for serums, then I’d suggest you give these two a go.
The serums can be purchased here.

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