January 20, 2020 2 min read

Serums can seem intimidating. There’s already so much to think about in your skin care routine: cleansing, toning, moisturising. Why add one more step? Well, in the same way you might take a multivitamin to make sure your body is getting what it needs, a serum is there to make sure your skin is being nourished.

Why It Works

Just like those vitamins in your cabinet serums are a concentrated, potent potion that deliver nourishing oils straight to your skin. While all four of our serums have their own superpowers, the key ingredient for them all is the same: antioxidant-rich Sea Buckthorn Oil. Sea Buckthorn is packed with vitamin C, Carotene, Vitamin E and amino acids, and is a super source of rare omega-7 essential fatty acids which can help firm skin. It’s known to heal and rejuvenate the skin. Once we have that amazing base going, we formulate each serum for hydrating, restorative, purifying or calming properties. 

The How-To

Warm 3-4 drops in your hands and massage onto clean, toned face and neck before moisturizing, in the morning or before bed.

Period of Adjustment

Most people love our serum right away, but if you find you’re having some issues it can take up to two weeks for your skin to adjust to a new product.

Rocky Hacks

Make the most of your serum.

  • Mix a 1-2 drops of serum with your Essential Face Cream for a rich night cream.
  • Use after exfoliating with Face Polish so your skin will be primed to absorb even more goodness.
  • A spritz of Facial Toner before applying your serum will help lock in extra moisture.

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