Our skin is constantly bombarded with oxidizers and toxins, including pollution in the air. Other things that don’t help are product build-up, whether it’s skincare or make-up; natural factors such as the sun and wind, stress, anxiety, and bacteria hidden within our pores. All of these can contribute to premature aging. Staying active, increasing water intake, wearing sunscreen, having a good night’s sleep, and finding strategies to handle stress and anxiety during difficult times can help prevent and counteract the indications of premature aging. Sticking to a skincare regimen can also help! This may seem like the advice you’ve heard a million times before, but each step adds up to skin that looks and feels great!
Serums are one of the best ways to improve our skincare regimen by supplying us with the most concentrated version of the best actives. Dr. Nigma Talib recently collaborated with Kind.est, the lifestyle platform of actress Kate Bosworth, to launch THE SERUM ($185).
“As someone who believes in maintaining the integrity of the skin for long-term goals, I swear by this serum and Dr. Nigma Talib’s talent,” says Kate Bosworth. “She’s helped me with my skin for a decade and has become one of my dearest friends in the process. We are thrilled to be launching THE SERUM together.”
Kind.est x Dr. Nigma Serum
For my AM + PM skincare routine, I have been using THE SERUM lately. It feels so luxurious, leaving my skin glowing and nourished. My skin feels smooth and supple as if it has been reversed for at least ten years. Since including THE SERUM into my skincare regimen, I’ve noticed that my foundation goes on smoother and lasts longer. I like that it doesn’t pill under other products or makeup like I have experienced with other serums. This serum contains the highest concentration of hydrolyzed marine collagen, hyaluronic acid, prebiotics, flower, and seaweed extracts for the strongest and longest-lasting hydration effects. Dr. Nigma Talib created THE SERUM to help brighten and even out skin tone, visibly improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protect the skin barrier function.