My Favourite Drugstore Skincare Serums

By Laura Thornberry - 10:00

When I've shared blog posts about skincare in the past, I've pretty much always mentioned products I've picked up from the drugstore. I've definitely found some amazing products which I've continued to repurchase time and time again, that come with a super affordable price tag. This allows me to chop and change the products I use depending on my current skin needs. 
Drugstore Skincare Serums
Now that I've developed a skincare routine that works for my skin, I've realised how important it is to include serums and the benefit they have to my skin. If you didn't know, facial serums have a really lightweight consistency that can penetrate deeper than moisturisers into your skin, allowing skin to retain a higher level of moisture. They also contain a high concentration of performance ingredients that really give your skin a boost, both day and night.
Superdrug Vitamin E Moisture Boost Facial Serum
The Superdrug Vitamin E Moisture Boost Facial Serum has probably been my most repurchased skincare item this year, alongside the Superdrug Hot Cloth Cleanser from the same range. This serum is enriched with Vitamin E; a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect skin from ageing and environmental damage. For me, this serum has the perfect consistency, it absorbs very quickly into the skin and has a lightweight texture, leaving the skin feeling plumped and hydrated. Infused with natural fruit acids, this allows the product to help boost the moisture levels in the skin, and makes the serum suitable to be used both day and night. As well as containing Betaine; which is a great skincare ingredient that helps to smooth and soften the appearance and texture of the skin.
Revolution Skincare Plumping and Hydrating Serum
 Next up, new for 2018 is a skincare range from beauty brand Revolution. I've been using the Revolution Skincare Plumping and Hydrating Serum for just over two months now since the weather has been much colder and my skin has got much drier in areas, and it's definitely been a product my skin has loved. This serum is packed with Hyaluronic Acid, a skincare ingredient that attracts moisture to the skins surface and is the ultimate ingredient for dry and dehydrated skin. This lightweight, oil-free serum sinks in quickly and has a cooling effect on the skin. You can really feel it working! This product has been my winter weather skin saviour, adding much needed hydration into my skin, that leaves it looking plump and feeling silky soft.
B.Confident Phase 1 Night Serum
Thirdly, the B.Confident Phase 1 Night Serum has become a staple skincare item for my evening routine. Advertised as the 'ultimate beauty sleep', this Night Serum has really helped to keep my skin nourished and hydrated, especially in the recent cold weather. With 12 hour moisturisation, this lightweight serum helps to leave you with a softer, plumper and more replenished complexion, in the morning you wake up with the most glowy and radiant skin. Products in the Phase 1 range are suitable to use in your late 20s to help protect against the first signs of ageing and help to keep/enhance the skins youthful appearance.
Superdrug Vitamin C Detox Invigorating Skin Booster Serum
I've previously featured the Superdrug Vitamin C range on my blog before, but the Superdrug Vitamin C Detox Invigorating Skin Booster Serum is something new that I've tried out, and I am completely obsessed! A serum packed with Vitamin C; a powerful antioxidant and the perfect ingredient to help protect the skin and boost radiance. Enriched with Kakadu Plum; the highest known ‭concentration of Vitamin C of any food on the planet, and Goji Berry; a superfruit known to induce calm, ‭wellbeing and energy. The orangey scent of this skin booster is incredible. Super fresh, fruity and zesty! This serum has really boosted my skins appearance, helping to seriously brighten and revitalise my skin, giving me that healthy, radiant glow!

These drugstore serums have really affordable prices, and they all RRP for under £10!
Superdrug Vitamin E Moisture Boost Facial Serum / £3.99
 Revolution Skincare Plumping and Hydrating Serum / £6.00
 B.Confident Phase 1 Night Serum / £9.49
 Superdrug Vitamin C Detox Invigorating Skin Booster Serum £4.99

What are your current favourite drugstore serums? Have you tried any of the products featured in today's post?

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