As well as hydration and sleep, our skin needs a healthy amount of the sun and Vitamin D. But right now, we're all likely to be spending significantly less time in said sun. In the current climate, it's all about adapting our routines to fit a new lifestyle, and this includes our skincare routines.

To compensate for this decrease in time outside, it's wise to invest in skincare products that include essential vitamins and promote healthy skin. Serums are a good place to start, with some boasting vitamin C, antioxidants, and even superfoods. These serums are best applied after cleansing, but before moisturizing, the skin.

Clothing and wellness destination Verishop has a wide range of the aforementioned goods on offer, and we've put together a selection we'd suggest shopping below.

Invest in serum skincare products at Verishop.

Beauty Sleep Elixir by Beuti Skincare

Beauty Sleep Elixir

Beauty Sleep Elixir

$70

Beuti Skincare

Buy at Verishop

Just because we can't get out into nature, doesn't mean nature can't come to us. The Beauty Sleep Elixir blends 14 plant-based oils, including chia, pomegranate, and strawberry seeds, to create a powerful formula that protects collagen and hydrates.

Floodgate Hyaluronic Acid Serum by Ghost Democracy

Floodgate Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Floodgate Hyaluronic Acid Serum

$34

Ghost Democracy

Buy at Verishop

This daily-use moisturizing serum is quick-absorbing, lightweight, and packed with vitamin B3 and flower extract. Apply this before your chosen moisturizer for greater facial hydration.

Brighten Up Vitamin C Serum by Ursa Major

Brighten Up Vitamin C Serum

Brighten Up Vitamin C Serum

$54

Ursa Major

Buy at Verishop

One of the downsides of spending more time indoors is that the face may lose some of its natural glow. The Brighten Up Vitamin C serum from Ursa Major is designed to boost radiance while hydrating the skin. Aside from Vitamin C, this one also comprises aloe vera.

Everyday Face Serum by Alder New York

Everyday Face Serum

Everyday Face Serum

$36

Alder New York

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Bringing both Vitamin B3 and B5 to the table, this everyday face serum is said to plump up deprived areas of the face with its hyaluronic acid and promises an even skin tone.

Superfood 360 Natural Face Serum

Superfood 360 Natural Face Serum

Superfood 360 Natural Face Serum

$50

Evolve Beauty

Buy at Verishop

While eating superfoods is always important, we'd also recommend putting them on that neglected face of yours. This serum is all about protecting you from signs of ageing, whether that be wrinkles, fine lines, or age spots.

Resurfacing Serum by Tata Harper

Resurfacing Serum

Resurfacing Serum

$88

TATA HARPER

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If a lightweight, starter serum is in order, then look no further. Created by 100% natural skincare company Tata Harper, the serum uses high-performance botanical to give skin a daily glow.

Detox Serum Antioxidant+ 3 Complex by Grown Alchemist

Detox Serum Antioxidant+ 3 Complex

Detox Serum Antioxidant+ 3 Complex

$55

Grown Alchemist

Buy at Verishop

Hopefully, you'll be more free of environmental pollutants right now, and so is this serum. Created by Australian skincare brand Grown Alchemist, this product deeply detoxifies the skin, leaving it ready to absorb all the good stuff.

Daily Vitamin Infusion by Indie Lee

Daily Vitamin Infusion

Daily Vitamin Infusion

$65

Indie Lee

Buy at Verishop

Different serums require a different frequency of use, so it's best to check the included directions before using them. Apply this vitamin infusion once per day for a more even skin tone and a brighter-looking complexion.

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