Best Brightening Serum For Oily Skin

We are often asked what makes our natural Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum different. Apart from being fast absorbing and heavenly scented, our natural Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum the best brightening serum for oily skin as it is fast absorbing, oil free and formulated specially to gently tighten, hydrate, brighten and penetrate within the skin’s layers to leave skin feeling balanced and clear.

Oily skin can be tough to contend with and very few skin care products are oil free. Being oil free makes this serum not only the best brightening serum for oily skin, but also great to use as a base under your moisturiser and foundation to give skin an extra boost. When looking for the best brightening serum for oily skin keep in mind that a light oil free serum works the best as too many rich plant oils can leave your skin feeling greasy and uncomfortable.

Our Savar Rosehip Ultra Brightening Serum is formulated with premium rosehip, melon fruit, together with New Zealand blackcurrant, kiwifruit, goji berry and bearberry. These powerhouse plant based ingredients are exceptionally rich in antioxidants (which are essential for protecting our skin against environmental pollution) and vitamins C and E to assist in targeting fine lines and addressing uneven skin tones.

What also makes this plant based serum special is that it also calms and soothes skin which makes it great to use on inflamed skin, spots and pimples. It will work hard at calming and soothing skin almost immediately.

We suggest to use twice daily under your moisturiser and leave to absorb for one minute or if your skin is especially oily, use it daily as your moisturiser. This natural skin booster is also fabulous for sensitive skin, perfect to use alone for oily skin types and is guaranteed to leave your skin feeling wonderfully hydrated, smooth, bright  and healthy. Click this link and scroll down the page to check out the many great reviews.

Vicky and the team xx

Savar Natural Skin Care

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