Happy Skin Serum is based on a favourite ingredient of mine, “Royal Jelly”, a natural product that boosts the skin’s ability to heal.
The foundation of healthy, glowing skin is a routine that includes a good cleanser, protective day cream and nutrient-rich night cream.
For a quicker result, opt for an additional step – a serum. A facial serum improves more specific skin conditions such as aging or dryness.
An effective extra step for your daily healthy-skin routine.
“Happy Skin serum combines the ingredients collagen, marine elastin and regenerative Royal Jelly. It also contains hyaluronic acid and vitamin E for a skin-tightening effect.” Happy Skin Serum is based on a favourite ingredient of mine, “Royal Jelly”, a natural product that boosts the skin’s ability to heal.
Royal Jelly improves skin hydration and elasticity, helps keep skin looking young and supports the underlying skin tissue. Royal Jelly also plays a role in collagen production. This velvety-soft serum also contains moisture-retaining hyaluronic acid for silky-smooth, plumped-up, youthful skin!
Instructions for use
For healthy, glowing skin, apply the serum after cleansing and before the application of your day cream. This can be repeated in the same order during your nighttime skincare routine.
Happy Skin serum has a pleasant scent. With its watery consistency, it is easy to apply. Made for all skin types and genders – a feature that attracts more and more men to my Clear Skin and Happy Skin product ranges every day.
After a few weeks, the fine lines around my eyes become less noticeable and my skin takes on a natural glow.
Discover more about the ingredients:
Royal Jelly Queen bees feed on Royal Jelly, a rich, natural food packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants that have been gathered from pollen and nectar by worker bees. Nutritious Royal Jelly feeds and nourishes the skin, making it buzz with health!
Collagen This name comes from the Greek word kólla (to glue or fix together) and the suffix ‘gen’ (producer). The word ‘collagen’ came into being because glue was once made by boiling animal tendons and skin – boiling released the glue-like collagen in these tissues.
Marine elastin Elastin is an important tissue protein and, like collagen, is made by specific tissue cells. We produce less elastin and collagen as we age. Elastin is used in the body to produce elastin fibres which, as the word implies, give the skin elasticity.
Wheatgerm oil Taken from the germ of wheat kernels through cold pressing or extraction, wheatgerm oil is a potent source of vitamin E, essential fatty acids and antioxidants.
Hyaluronic acid In fact, a single hyaluronic acid molecule can attract and hold on to up to 1000 times its weight in water! Hyaluronic acid therefore plays an important role in optimal skin hydration.
Vitamin E Vitamin E or tocopherol is a fat-soluble antioxidant and slows down the development of wrinkles.