BEAUTY LOW­DOWN

What’s new, what works and what to try now.

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents -

Skin faces dif­fer­ent chal­lenges at ev­ery age, and serums are the ul­ti­mate prob­lem-solvers. Estée Lauder NSW ed­u­ca­tion man­ager Gemma Rogers says most women in their twen­ties still suf­fer reg­u­lar break­outs and oili­ness, in which case a serum such as Estée Lauder Clear Dif­fer­ence Ad­vanced Blem­ish Serum, $120 (50ml) is best for tar­get­ing and treat­ing blem­ishes. For women in their thir­ties, many jug­gling kids and ca­reer, per­pet­ual lack of sleep is a prob­lem, along with more travel and ex­po­sure to pol­lu­tion, af­fect­ing the skin’s abil­ity to re­cover. Hence we love Estée Lauder Ad­vanced Night Re­pair In­ten­sive Re­cov­ery Am­poules, $168; ap­ply one in the evening and mois­turise.women in their forties and fifties are pri­mar­ily con­cerned with vol­ume and mois­ture, as they’re as­sailed by hor­monal changes and loss of col­la­gen. Estée Lauder New Di­men­sion Shape + Fill Ex­pert Serum, $195 (50ml) proves a pow­er­ful ally, help­ing lift the look of cheeks and the jaw­line. Lift­ing is para­mount for those in their six­ties and up, and Estée Lauder’s Re-nu­triv Ul­ti­mate Lift Agecor­rect­ing Serum, $380, will work over­time on that.

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