When To Transition To An Anti-Aging Serum

Even if you have perfected your year-round skincare routine, your skin’s needs evolve significantly every 10 to 15 years. When the first signs of fine lines begin to set in, it’s time to add anti-aging products to the mix. At the very least, an anti-aging serum.


Why Your Skin Changes?

In addition to your individual skincare needs, fluctuating hormones have a lot to do with why your skin changes. If you’ve ever been pregnant, you likely enjoyed radiant skin, strong fingernails, and lustrous hair. This is due to the increased dose of estrogen during pregnancy.


Estrogen, and most other hormones, naturally decrease as we age. Studies have found a direct link between lower estrogen levels and collagen production. This gradual decrease in hormones may lead to any combination of:


  • Adult acne
  • Dehydrated skin
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Thinning skin
  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles


By the time perimenopause begins, these changes will accelerate. The average woman will lose 30% of whole-body collagen in their first 5 years of menopause.

As you navigate through different stages of change, it's important to adapt your skincare products and treatments accordingly. 


How Serum Help With Anti-Aging?

Serums are thin and lightweight formulas that are applied to the skin every morning and evening after cleansing and toning, but before moisturizing. While they may make your skin feel soft or look dewy, you must always layer moisturizer on top.


Both contain nutrient-rich antioxidants, but serums are designed to penetrate your pores—and moisturizers are designed to sit on top of the skin as a protective moisture barrier.


It’s never too early or too late to begin using a skincare serum. Many begin using them in the evenings or at least a few days a week in their teens and twenties. Or you can begin using serums at the very first sign of fine lines. The more proactive you are, the more likely you are to slow the visible signs of aging.


How MBK’s Skinflower Concentrate Serum Aids In Anti-Aging?

Starter serums deliver anti-aging benefits, but once fine lines begin to set in, it’s time to upgrade to a dedicated anti-aging formula.


The MBK Skinflower Concentrate Anti-Aging Serum is formulated with a proprietary blend of scientifically proven rejuvenating ingredients. It’s designed to reactivate cellular repair to reverse some of your existing damage and take a proactive approach to new damage.


Ingredients include:

Pentapeptides (Peptides)
  • Anti-aging amino acids
  • Protects against UV rays
  • Minimizes oxidative stress
  • Stimulates collagen production
Jojoba Oil
  • Hydrates skin for an oil-free glow
  • Fades scars and inflammation
  • Promotes collagen production
  • Protects against harmful free radicals


Phytohormones (Plant Hormones)
  • Locks in moisture
  • Improves skin tone
  • Fades discoloration
  • Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Locks in moisture
  • Fades dark spots
  • Soothes inflammation and irritation
  • Provides a protective skin barrier
Hydroxyproline Complex

This peptide is the primary building block of collagen. Collagen minimizes sagging, but collagen production minimizes as you age. This building block promotes new collagen growth.

Looking For A Full Anti-Aging Range?

If you are ready to transition to an anti-aging serum or a full anti-aging range, MBK’s got you covered!


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