Cus­tomised skin­care

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Beauty -

As ed­u­cated con­sumers be­come more dis­cern­ing, they are seek­ing out be­spoke prod­ucts tai­lored to spe­cific needs, like a cus­tomised skin­care ser­vice. Fol­low­ing a skin anal­y­sis from Der­mavid­u­als (they rec­om­mend a fa­cial for a thor­ough eval­u­a­tion, but you can opt for just a ver­bal con­sult), a spe­cial­ist will de­ter­mine ex­actly what your com­plex­ion re­quires for skin­bar­rier main­te­nance and the preven­tion of pre­ma­ture age­ing. A base is se­lected – gel for oily skin, cream for drier skin – into which a mea­sured dose of po­tent in­gre­di­ents, such as vi­ta­mins A, B or C, red clover or zinc, are added to cre­ate a per­son­alised cleanser, serum or mois­turiser. Re­sults will vary depend­ing on your ini­tial con­cerns, but made-to-or­der for­mu­las are game chang­ers that aim to give your skin what it needs to look and feel its best.

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