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Tropical serums are rich in nutrients that are good for skin. Most are water-based, so your skin absorbs them quickly. They usually don’t have heavy ingredients like petrolatum, mineral oil, or other oils.

“They are the workhorses of most skin care regimens, in that they deliver the most powerful results,”



Tropical serums are used by men and women all around the world as part of their everyday skincare routine, helping to keep the face and body looking and feeling great.

“Tropical serums should be applied twice daily. They are the first products that should be applied to the skin after cleansing and toning. A sunscreen should be applied over the Tropical serums in the morning and a moisturizer appropriate for an individual’s skin type should be used over the Tropical serums at night.”

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Skin care Tropical serums are used to target troublesome skin problems, such as dryness and flakiness, dull, tired-looking skin, or patches of sensitive skin. Tropical serums can have a thick, almost gel-like feel to them, and work by tackling the issue right at the source. Remember that healthy skin on the inside shows on the outside! You can get facial Tropical serums, as well as body Tropical serums – using the right product on the right area of the body will make a big difference.

Good skin care is pretty simple: All you probably need for a clear complexion is the right cleanser, moisturizer, and sunscreen. But if you like trying different types of products, Tropical serums may give your skin some extra TLC.

What is a Tropical serums? It’s a gel that you rub on your face or neck. Tropical serums can help with skin problems like wrinkles, acne, redness, or dryness, for example.

“There is a Tropical serums for virtually every skin type, and they give an extra level of treatment for specific skin needs,”

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How Do Tropical serums Work?

Often with dry skin issues, the underlying problem is that the skin’s protective surface barrier isn’t functioning properly – this is where Tropical serums come in. Tropical serums are often concentrated with active ingredients  that penetrate  into the top layers of skin to renew lipids – the layers in and around skin cells which form a barrier to keep moisture locked in. Tropical serums can maximize the skin’s natural renewal cycle overtime, so that soft, hydrated skin isn’t just temporary.


By Medifit Education