Whitening Serum is the latest in a long line of beauty products to feature the new ‘face cream’ trend.

The new serum is made from seaweed and comes in a range of soothing, emollient, moisturising, and even anti-aging properties.

Whitening Serums ingredients White seaweed is a natural skin moisturiser and emolliant, and helps to nourish and hydrate the skin.

Serums containing seaweed extract have been used in cosmetic surgery for centuries, but the technology has advanced rapidly.

White skin is the natural skin barrier and acts as a natural barrier to prevent irritation and premature aging.

The whitening agent in Serum White is a synthetic peptide.

It has been found to improve skin tone, tone, texture, elasticity, and hydration.

It also acts as an anti-inflammatory.

Serum Whitening Gold is a emollients and moisturisers that work to soften, hydrate, and improve the skin’s overall appearance.

The skin is more sensitive than normal and this makes the skin more prone to sun damage.

Serum White contains: Aqua-Aqua Whitening Powder, Aqua-Hydra Whitening Gel, Aqua Hydra Cleansing Oil, Aqua Aqua Whitening Liquid, Aqua Aquamid Oil, Aquaphor Hydro White Powder, Aquatina Hydro White Serum, Aqua Balm Powder, Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Hydrolyzed Coconut Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol, Xanthan Gum, Dimethicone, PEG-6 Polydimethylsiloxane, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Benzoate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Fragrance.

What else you need to know about this story:Whitening serum has been gaining traction in recent years.

In Australia, Serum whitens the skin by removing the dead skin cells, leaving the skin soft, supple, and smoother.

Serus Whitening has become popular with consumers due to its moisturising properties, including its anti-wrinkle and anti-ageing effects.

The new Serum has been made from a combination of seaweed, sea water, and a synthetic surfactant.

It is made with an emolliance that works to hydrate and nourish the skin, and is a gentle moisturiser that has a calming effect.

More to come.