For those who are into the idea of skincare but not in for the laborious 20-step skin-care routine, PRÄLYN The Serum should be your next move.

We are currently into the “skip-care” routine, aka a skincare diet which is a more approachable ­(and realistic) way of taking care of your skin by eliminating inessential products. The Serum by the aromatherapy product guru, PRÄLYN, with multi-action skin healing, is just the thing that fits right into this new standard.

The Serum features red love apple extract as the highlight of the production, boasting a richness from the vitamin.

This particular type of apple holds over 40 per cent of antioxidants and boatload of vitamin B1, B2, and C, which will seal in the moisture in your skin, keeping it hydrated and moisturised whilst removing the dead and old skin cells for the healthier growth of new ones. All of this will lead to the outcome of having a smoother, softer, younger, and brighter complexion.

Apart from the red love apple extract, The Serum also contains other vital ingredients that make it a multi-function skincare: Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate and strengthen your skin’s film-forming process to get away from pollution; Marine Plankton to reduce wrinkles and reinforce collagen production; Galactomyces to erase fine lines; Glyceryl Octyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C) to minimise the growth of bacteria which causes acne; and Niacinamide to buff out redness, rashes, acne, or any other type of skin inflammation.

Long story short, PRÄLYN The Serum is our antidote to bad skin. The all-in-one serum perfectly defines the “less is more” idiom fit for any skincare minimalist. It’s time to give our healing-hungry skin a dose of nutrients for better and brighter complexion.

You can now shop for PRÄLYN The Serum at the following locations: Siam Paragon (1st Floor), CentralWorld (2nd Floor), Siam Center (M Floor), Gaysorn Village (2nd Floor), and King Power Srivaree. For more information, visit

Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.