As weird as it might be, oils are an essential part of my skincare routine. I use them only at night because 1) it's too greasy for the day 2) your skin heals at night, therefore it's more effective to use oils, retinols, etc. at night.
Argan oil is a great multi-purpose oil. You can use it on the skin, hair, and nails. I only use it under my eyes and on my neck, although I should just use it all over my face. Argan oil is excellent for anti-aging because it is rich in Vitamin E and antioxidants. Vitamin E helps to repair the skin and prevent premature aging. Vitamin E helps to prevent wrinkles by blocking free radicals that cause damage to the skin. Vitamin E is also great for helping to fade scars. This is a must in my skincare routine! At night I will use either Argan Oil or Vitamin E Oil, depending on what I feel like using.
Although this is a serum, I find it quite oily and greasy, therefore I classify it under "oils." This serum protects against environmental damage and wrinkles but doesn't necessarily correct already existing skin damage and wrinkles. Resveratrol, the primary ingredient in this serum, is an antioxidant that is typically found in grapes, and is produced in response to stress or strong UV radiation. Resveratrol is great for the skin because it helps to fight free radicals that cause damage to the skin. I use this serum as a preventative measure to prevent any future skin damage.
Like the Red Wine Resveratrol Antioxidant Serum, this serum is also quite oily. This is a great anti-aging serum and is packed full of vitamins and antioxidants. This serum contains pomegranate, acai, coffee cherry seed, mangosteen, vitamin A, and vitamin E to combat lines & wrinkles, increase skin elasticity & firmness, and give the skin a healthy glow. The difference between this serum and the Red Wine Resveratrol Serum is that this is a corrective serum whereas the Red Wine Resveratrol is more of a preventative serum. I use this serum to help correct any skin damage/aging that I currently experience before it gets worse.