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The 'First Light' Serum for Skin Mimics a Substance in the Womb

 - Nov 3, 2017
References: ceramiracle & beautypackaging
The 'First Light' serum for skin is an anti-aging product that takes inspiration from an unusual source—the vernix caseosa, or the white, wax-like substance that protects babies in the womb.

First Light The Serum is said to contain "natural actives inspired by the vernix caseosa" and mimics the hydrating, nourishing and protective properties of the substance. Some of the ingredients that go into the making of First Light The Serum include squalane, which is derived from plant sugars, sunflower seed oil and wakame seaweed extract.

The serum for skin has been clinically proven to improve the hydration of skin, firm skin and tighten pores, as well as visibly reduce wrinkles. To use, a few drops of the skincare product can be massaged into the face or applied with a moisturizer.