4 Serums For Dry Skin

Winter is coming. It’s the ominous but oddly entertaining words of House Stark from the now-defunct Game of Thrones show. It also is a statement that can mean a dry spell – for skin-obsessed individuals. That means moisture-boosting concoctions are in need more than ever. And they are not just an extra dose of hydration; they also deeply nourish and protect against harsh elements, from whipping winds to sudden drops in temperature.

Serums bring hydration to the skin; it’s also a cure. Repairing dry skin needs humectants and emollients (that draw in moisture and lock in moisture, respectively) to make the skin bouncier and glowier. 

So, what are the best serums for dry skin? We’ve got them listed down below. They are:

La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum

The La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum holds well. In fact, it’s more than a normal hyaluronic acid serum as it’s got two (2) different types of hyaluronic acid—one with a larger molecular weight and one smaller. 

The difference in the kind of hyaluronic acid is that it contains the power to penetrate the skin at various layers. As a result, these kinds of hyaluronic acids elevate the hydration power of the serum formula. Its chief ingredients are hyaluronic acid, vitamin B5, and thermal spring water. 

What’s so great about it is that it is rich in minerals and has anti-aging attributes, repairing the skin! Be careful, though: it’s a little sticky (for some who have used it( and it’s not cruelty-free. 

La Roche Posay is also one of the best brands you can get a serum for dry skin! 

SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel

The SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel has given us its beautiful, lightweight hydration, perfect for all skin types, with hyaluronic acid and vitamin B! 

Be warned: the SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel is not affordable. It’s a splurge serum. This is just in case you fall in love with it. The gel is oil-free, and it has been formulated for sensitive skin. For those with acne, dehydrated skin, and aging concerns, this gel is for you, as it mixes panthenol (aka vitamin B5) with hyaluronic acid for ideal hydration and reduced irritation while keeping your pores free and clear.

What we love even more about it is that free from alcohol, parabens, fragrance, and dye. Also, it enjoys consensus on how beautiful a skincare product it is. It’s popular among users and dermatologists! It’s a little pricey – so beware and pick your poison wisely! 

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Serum

The beautiful and standout Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Serum is affordable and offers soothing hydration, suited for all skin types except sensitive ones! It comes in a 1-oz bottle. With the serum, you can obtain all the hydration-boosting benefits of HA and glycerin with an oil-free and non-comedogenic formulation. It’s also got dimethicone, an emollient that physically smoothens your skin, and bisabolol and zinc gluconate, which are anti-inflammatory ingredients for irritated skin.

Think of it as the “it girl” of serums! 

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5

On a budget? The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 has got your back. It has hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and panthenol for serious hydration, collagen production, and soothing skin. It’s a steal for a product due to how friendly it is on the pocket – and how soothing and how hydrating it is. 

Keep this in mind, though: it has to be applied to damp skin and/or be used alongside occlusive moisturizers.

Wrapping Up

Dry skin is terrible. And it’s an even more terrible experience not to have it addressed. With zillions of serums out in the world, you’ll eventually find one that suits your skin and needs! 

Author’s Bio:

Deinah Storm works in the corporate industry, but she has quite a bit of knowledge about beauty, health, and skin care. On her free days, she finds solace in writing and educating more people about taking care of your beauty, skin, and wellness.