If You Want to Transform Your Skin by 2022, These Serums Are Your Ticket

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I work in beauty, so I'm constantly testing out products, and it takes a lot to really grab my attention. But one way to ensure that a skincare brand will pique my interest is to tell me that it integrates the work of a Nobel Laureate. Noble Panacea is the brainchild of Sir Fraser Stoddart, a chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2016 for his lifetime contribution to organic chemistry. So yes, you could say Noble Panacea is the pinnacle of science-based skincare. And for that reason, it has my attention.

Throughout his decades of research, Stoddart has performed countless experiments, one of which led to the discovery and development of Organic Super Molecular Vessels™, the technology that's now at the center of his nearly two-year-old skincare brand. The first-to-market system promises pharmaceutical-grade purity for superior protection, while its potent active ingredients penetrate skin by more than 200% using a timed-release formula for unparalleled skin results. Basically, that's just an elegant way of saying Noble Panacea's skincare products are absorbed by your skin at the best time for better results. 


The clean and cruelty-free line is comprised of two collections: The Brilliant Collection and The Absolute Collection. The Brilliant Collection is all about preventing, preserving, and protecting skin for perpetual radiance, while The Absolute Collection focuses on repairing, restoring, and regenerating skin for a youthful, rejuvenated complexion. Today, I want to talk about both collections' highly concentrated serums, which boast more than 50 active ingredients and are vegan. Up first is the The Brilliant Prime Radiance Serum ($253). This potent formula provides the best defense, nourishment, and hydration that preserves and prolongs cellular health and wellbeing, while the patented OSMV™ technology delivers malachite, bakuchiol, glycolic acid, and more high-grade ingredients that help strengthen, smooth, and brighten skin. Basically, if you want to preserve your youthful, dewy skin, this serum is for you. Next up is the The Absolute Intense Renewal Serum ($420), which is designed to stimulate and support the skin's natural renewal process. The patented OSMV™ technology releases potent active ingredients like a potent blend of green, black, white, and rooibos tea extracts, retinol and teprenone for visibly replenished, smoother, and firmer skin. If you're focused on targeting wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and moisture loss, this serum is your answer.

I've been a beauty editor for years, and I like to think that I've experienced it all. But I've actually never seen packaging as thoughtfully designed as Noble Panacea's. The serums are packaged in individual, active daily doses (that are 100% recyclable through the brand's partnership with TerraCycle), that are designed to preserve the formula's freshness and potency while providing the precise amount of formula to obtain optimal results. Each individual packet contains the exact dosage needed to deliver the best results, which means you'll never have to question how much product you should be slathering on your skin. The best part? You can purchase refills when your monthly supply runs out. Oh, and did I mention the box is plastic-free and made from renewable, starch-based materials? From the formulas to the packaging, everything about this brand is scientific. And in my book, it doesn't get more legit than that. Nothing beats supporting a brand that's equally committed to protecting the environment and to making people feel like the best versions of themselves. Keep scrolling to see and shop Noble Panacea's high-performing face serums, along with other standouts from the brand. 

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Caitie Schlisserman
Beauty Director, Branded Content

Caitie Schlisserman is an L.A.-based beauty director with over a decade of branded content and editorial experience. She joined Who What Wear in 2014 as the first branded content editor and has worked her way up to overseeing the beauty department of the media revenue team. Before Who What Wear, Caitie helped launch FabFitFun's first subscription box and worked at a beauty startup where she assisted in successfully launching the editorial department.