Feel like you’re constantly looking worn-out? Us too, which is why we’re always searching for the best facial serums to de-stress our skin.
Not getting enough sleep, work worries, cash flow crisis, Tinder trouble – they’re all trauma triggers. But a good serum for your face and skin will sort you out in no time.
Finding the best face serum for your skin type is totally key, which is why we’ve done all the hard work for you.
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We’ve found 10 great options to help you glow, whether you’re focused on giving a lacklustre complexion a boost, fixing pigmentation problems or slowing down the aging process.
Looking for the best serum for dry skin? Try Vichy’s Idealia Skin Serum, £31, which has a pearly sheen to it and gives skin an instant pick-me-up boost.
The best serum for dark spots has got to be La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo Plus, £15.50 – a superhero for oily, acne-prone skin, this serum helps to calm and control sebum production meaning less breakouts.
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If you’re after the best serum for wrinkles, then Lancome’s Visionnaire Advanced Skin Protector, £60 is your best bet. It’s proven to slow down ageing, because the formula is compatible with fat and water. This means it gushes through your skin so fast pores, imperfections and texture are noticeably better in three days.
What about the best serum for dark spots? We recommend Dr Colbert’s Stimulate The Serum, £115, which will help you wave goodbye to uneven skin thanks to its cocktail of sophisticated actives like Glycholic Acid and Coffee Arabica Seed Extract.
Read on to check out the full list of our best face serum picks to target stressed-out skin. Complexion perfection, here we come!
Pixi Overnight Glow Serum, £26
Get brighter skin while you sleep with this clever concoction, it contains 10% glycolic acid that helps fade dark spots and fine lines leaving your skin clear and even.
Sond Revitalising Face Serum, £42
If you suffer from seriously sensitive skin, this is the serum for you. It sinks in almost immediately, has zero scent and will help plump, firm and smooth your skin thanks to the magic ingredient, silica.
Estee Lauder Clear Difference Advanced Blemish Serum, £45
Not only does this battle blemishes, but it also helps fade scars left behind by angry breakouts.
Vichy Idealia Skin Serum, £31
If you've been looking a little lacklustre lately you need to try this serum. It has a pearly sheen to it, giving skin an instant pick-me-up boost.
La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo Plus, £15.50
Best serum for acne: A superhero for oily, acne-prone skin, this serum helps to calm and control sebum production meaning less breakouts.
Liz Earle Superskin Serum, £48
We know the price tag isn't too appealing, but this serum from the new Liz Earle Superskin range is the stiff of dreams. It gives a full, even coverage and a natural glow that leaves you feeling comfortable enough to leave the house without any make-up.
Balance Me Anti-Ageing Face Serum, £36
This anit-ageing serum is perfect for reducing fine lines, wrinkles and age spots while smoothing, firming and brightening the skin from the inside out.
Caudelie Polyphenol Anti-Wrinkle Defense Serum, £35
Protects skin from oxidative stress – a knock-on effect from all the toxins we breathe in from the environment.
Kiehl’s Hydro-Plumping Re-Texturising Serum Concentrate, £40
A hyper hit of hydration and vitamins, it’s like Lucozade for fine lines. And the best bit? It doesn’t look greasy so you can apply your make-up straight away.
Filorga Hydra-Hyal Intensive Hydrating Plumping Concentrate, £45
Best serum for dry skin: Loaded with hyaluronic acid (the wonder ingredient that holds 1000x it's weight in water) this serum will intensely moisturise your complexion no matter how parched it is!