Moisturiser vs serum beauty advice - the AWW Beauty Team explains the difference between a moisturiser and a serum, and whether you need to be using one or both. | Australian Women's Weekly content brought to you by Now to Love
Wouldn’t it be fabulous to have the time to look as preened and polished as Victoria Beckham each morning? Between rushing for work, stressing about getting the kids ready for school and attempting to get our eight hours each night, there aren’t a lot of ‘maintenance hours’ left.
You may adore wearing stylish boots and divine scarfs during the cooler months, but your skin is not a fan of winter. With harsh winds, chap-inducing cold temperatures and moisture-zapping artificial heaters, it’s beyond easy for your skin to become a little distressed at this time of year.
Have the summer elements left your skin looking dry, scaly and more Donatella Versace than Elle Macpherson?Air conditioning, UV exposure and heat are all skin enemies, but with these top tips you can quickly fight back, ensuring you welcome in winter looking and feeling beautifully smoothed and hydrated.
I’m going to be honest with you beauties, and divulge a little oh so naughty information that I know won’t go down so well in bh HQ. I’m not really much of a moisturiser… Sure my face gets a good slather every morning and night, but normally throughout summer (and most of winter) I’m just waaay too busy (or lazy) to moisturise my whole torso, arms and pins. They don’t seem that dry to me, so what’s the issue?