THE INGREDIENT LIST EXPLAINED
Identify your skin concern and find which product suits you and your budget best.
Please consult your dermatologist before using any of the suggested products. Read more here.
Whether you take an over-the-counter tablet or have been used to drinking fresh orange juice every day as a child, we've been giving our bodies Vitamin C in one form or the other. However, your skin needs a little extra. Vitamin C is an anti-oxidant that boosts collagen production in the skin, increasing its elasticity and making your skin look glowy and youthful. It has anti-inflammatory properties and also helps to even out your skin tone and minimise sun damage, not as much as your SPF though - don't ignore your SPF.
Use a few drops all over your face in the morning before your moisturiser and SPF.
Hi-yal-you-ron-ic. Say it slow. Say it fast. Say it fast three times. One of the best products in the market for plump, dewy, healthy skin - Hyaluronic acid has very quickly become a part of a large majority's skincare routine. It binds itself to collagen in the skin and creates a barrier to retain water on one side to make the skin look and feel hydrated. A very important product for those in dry and harsh climates to help protect and hydrate the skin better.
Best used after Vitamin C in the morning - although give your skin a few minutes to absorb the Vitamin C before going in with the Hyaluronic acid to avoid pilling.
A product of Vitamin A, Retinol is used in serums and creams for its anti-ageing properties. It encourages skin-renewal and prevents the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Best used as part of your night-time skincare routine. If you use Vitamin C and Retinol in your routine, use the Vitamin C in the morning and Retinol at night - never together.