Beauty serums by Bioeffect, Vintner’s Daughter, 111Skin, Votary, Kjaer Weis, Vanderohe and Dr Sebagh
What if you could banish all those bottles from your bathroom cabinet – the one that depuffs your eyes, the one that brightens your skin, the one that irons out wrinkles – and replace them with just one serum? A number of beauty entrepreneurs have launched single cure-all serums to the market. In a bid to uncomplicate her skincare regime, Napa winery owner April Gargiulo founded Vintner’s Daughter and developed the multi-correctional Active Botanical Serum. It quickly gained cult status. Vanderohe’s No.1 Nourishing Face Serum and The Beautiful Oil by Kjaer Weis are two more with similar intent. We’ve looked into the growing choice of complexion panaceas, and found a few worth clearing our shelves for.
Pictured, from left, EGF serum, £125, by Bioeffect. Active botanical serum, £175, by Vintner’s Daughter. Cryo energising face serum, £140, by 111Skin. Super Seed facial oil, £70, by Votary. The beautiful oil, £180, by Kjaer Weis. No.1 nourishing face serum, £88, by Vanderohe. Nutrient Concentrate skin smoothing, £93, by Susanne Kaufmann. Supreme Maintenance Youth serum, £215, by Dr Sebagh
As originally featured in the March 2018 issue of Wallpaper* (W*228)
Writer: Emma Moore
All-rounder beauty serums to de-clutter your cabinets
Vintner’s Daughter, Vanderohe, Kjaer Weis