Our skin changes with age and environmental exposures. Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection contains three skin products that contain natural, effective anti-aging ingredients. They work together to address a variety of problems impacting adult skin, including blue light damage.
Find yet another new wrinkle? Notice discoloration or skin sagging? It is tempting to go into mad scientist product overload mode, using multiple products that promise to counteract wrinkles, laxity, discoloration, and sun damage. This zealous product cocktail approach irritates mature and sensitive skin. It also isn’t particularly effective. The Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection reverses aged skin and combats future skin damage.
One of the serums in this efficient trio even fights the damage caused by blue light.
Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection
Meet the Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection serums:
- Water Drops Serum
- Lemon Drops Serum
- Illuminate Pea Peptides Serum
Each serum in the Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection is:
- COSMOS Eco-Certified
- Made in the USA
Let’s look at each serum in this trio:
WATER DROPS SERUM
Water Drops Serums is ideal for dehydrated, dry, and sensitive skin
- Texture/Consistency: lightweight
- Scent: none
- How to Use It: Before moisturizer but after cleansing, apply 2-4 drops of serum morning and night.
Water Drops Serum Experience
The drydown is quick and it is not sticky or tacky. My moisturizer doesn’t pill on top of Water Drops.
Water Drops rehydrates skin with a combination of natural ingredients
Lemon Drops Serum
- Ideal for: skin brightening, collagen production
- Texture/Consistency: lightweight
- Scent: No detectible scent
- How to Use It: Use 2-4 drops of serum morning and night on clean skin. Apply sunscreen or moisturizer after.
We expected the lemon to sting but it doesn’t. Not even on sensitive skin areas.
It is a lightweight serum with a smooth dry down. There is no tackiness or sticky residue. It gives skin has a nice glow and doesn’t pill under sunscreen.
It is a Vitamin C, so remember to wear sunscreen!
Illuminate Pea Peptides Serum
Probably our personal favorite of the trio is the Illuminate Pea Peptides Serum. It reduces discoloration and contains fractionated melanin to prevent damage from harmful blue light (i.e. computer screens, phones and tablets). All those Zoom conferences expose skin to aging blue light. While we have little choice in using these devices at this juncture, blue light can do a real number on your skin. But Illuminate Pea Peptides Serum combats blue light damage with natural, effective ingredients that are gentle to the skin.
- Ideal for: hyperpigmentation
- Texture/Consistency: lightweight with no sticky residue
- Scent: None
- How to Use It: Apply 2-4 drops morning and evening on clean skin.
The dry down is quick and there is no tacky finish.
Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection is an excellent price point considering the ingredients packed into this set. I’ve paid more for just a blue light treating serum alone. All three serums are scent-free, non-irritating, and effective.
where to buy it
Find Morganna’s Alchemy Serum Trio Collection at https://www.morgannasalchemy.com/product/morgannas-illuminate-serum-drops-pea-peptides-and-melanin
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