Will I benefit from the Panthenol Serum?
Panthenol Serum will benefit most people. However, the serum is particularly suitable for those with a tendency to red and irritated skin. Panthenol Serum provides plenty of moisture and is thus also recommended for sensitive and dry skin.
As Panthenol Serum consists of several active and effective ingredients, it can be used for a wide range of skin problems, for example:
- Itching, redness, dryness, and irritated facial skin
- Dry, mature skin with wrinkles and fine lines
- Irregularities in skin tone
You can easily combine the serum with other serums if you have more than one skin problem you wish to target.
The active ingredients of the Panthenol Serum
Panthenol Serum is composed of several moisturizing and soothing ingredients.
Provitamin B5 - also called Panthenol - is the key ingredient in the serum. It is praised for its soothing effect on irritated, red, and sensitive skin. B5 also has a smoothing effect on fine lines and wrinkles as it provides plenty of moisture to the skin.
When Panthenol penetrates the skin, it is transformed into what is called pantothenic acid, which helps maintain a normal and healthy skin barrier function. This minimizes redness and irritation in the facial skin.
Tasmanian Pepper berry enhances the effect of Panthenol, as the ingredient is known for its soothing effect on irritated skin.
Hyaluronic acid retains moisture in the skin to minimize dryness and itching. The Hyaluronic acid help keep the skin’s moisture level intact. It minimizes pores and makes the skin appear smoother and healthier.
This is also the case for vitamin B3 - also called Niacinamide - which helps to soothe redness in the surface of the skin and inhibits the development of blemishes and uneven skin tone.
Panthenol Serum also consists of an array of specially chosen amino acids that contribute to healthy skin. The amino acids boost the skin's fluid level and improve the skin's natural barrier function. This prevents irritation and redness and make the skin more resistant to external factors that can cause breakouts.
The natural oil, Tea Tree Oil, is known for its abilities to counteract bacteria, minimize itching, and ensure a healthy skin free from blemishes.
Why should I use a serum?
Serum is skin care in a very concentrated form. The thin consistency of the serum - compared to e.g., face cream - enables it to penetrate deeper into the skin. Therefore, serum is often developed to solve one specific skin problem and provide intensive care in the deeper layers of the skin.
Panthenol Serum is developed to soothe the skin and provide an even skin tone when used regularly. You will benefit greatly from the serum if you experience redness, dryness, or sensitive skin.
However, Panthenol Serum can benefit several skin types and be used for multiple skin problems as Provitamin B5 is a very versatile ingredient. Panthenol Serum increases the skin's moisture level and has a smoothing effect on, for example, fine lines, wrinkles, and dry spots on the face.
The content of Tea Tree Oil and Niacinamide are beneficial for a skin with pimples, spots, or uneven skin tone.
Most people will benefit from adding a facial serum to their skin care routine, and Panthenol Serum will be a good choice for most people and skin types.
If you are looking for intensive care for a blemished skin with excess sebum, clogged pores, etc., you should consider using Australian Bodycare Blemish Serum with a high content of Niacinamide (10%).
For dry skin and fine lines, you will undoubtedly benefit from Face Serum or Aloe Vera Serum instead. If you often experience redness and irritated skin, you can easily combine one of these with the Australian Bodycare Panthenol Serum.
If you want to prevent signs of aging, you can combine Pre-aging Serum with Panthenol Serum for an extra moisture boost. If your skin is mature and shows visible aging signs, Slow-aging Serum is the right choice for you.