How to Choose the Correct Corium Serum For You

Ever wondered which serum to use, and how to incorporate it into your daily beauty regime? Well, we got you. We give you all the information you need on Corium serums so you too can have glowing skin.

Corium Skincare has three main serums: Soothing Tea Tree, Lemon Brightening and Moisturising Avocado.



What does it do: This serum is an excellent moisturiser. It also fights ageing, and increases collagen production. The active ingredient in this serum is avocado oil, which is  rich in antioxidants. It’s also packed with  Vitamins A, D and E, giving your supple skin.
Who can use it:  If your skin is particularly dry, this is for you. Remember, this is a rich serum that boosts moisture, so if you have oily skin, keep away.


What does it do: This lightweight serum helps to reduce breakouts, and revives dull skin, evens skin tone and targets hyper-pigmentation. This is due to the lemon essential oil, mixed with other premium oils, which is antiseptic.
Who can use it:  If you battle with breakouts, which tend to leave behind dark spots and scarring, then it’s safe to give this a go.  We must stress the importance of using this serum at night as Lemon oil increases photo-sensitivity – this means that your skin can react badly to the sun’s UV rays during the day.


What does it do: The tea tree oil, which is very potent, is known to treat mild eczema and breakouts, like acne. The serum is mixed with lavender essential oils, which are anti-inflammatory.
Who can use it:This serum is really helpful for those whose skin tends to be on the naughty side – yes, you know who you are – oily skin yesterday, puffy today, itchy tomorrow.


All the Corium serums work best at night. After cleansing and toning, apply three to four drops all over your face, and complete the process with a moisturising night cream. In the mornings, wash  your face using your normal 3-step cleansing routine, and make sure your moisturising has an SPF of at least 30 to further protect yourself from photo-sensitivity.


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