Freeze your age with derma skin­care with­out filler in­jec­tion

> Celebrity My.FM dee­jay and TV host Gan Mei Yan shares her se­cret of healthy, glow­ing skin

The Sun (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY - BY CHEN MEI FUNG

WITH elfin looks to match, the pe­tite Gan Mei Yan looks del­i­cate and per­haps even a tad frag­ile. Her face be­lies her age; at 33, she can eas­ily pass off for some­one in her mid-20s. But make no mis­take. The My.FM Break­fast Show dee­jay is a woman of sub­stance who knows ex­actly what she wants and what’s good for her.

“Keep­ing early hours (she’s off to work at 5am as she’s the host of the Break­fast Show

“Af­ter just three months of use, I was pleased to see good re­sults. My skin looks and feels great now. The good thing about derma skin­care is that one can see re­sults within a shorter time. I’m par­tic­u­larly happy about the night cream. When I wake up, I can al­ready feel that my skin is firmer. Isn’t that bet­ter than hav­ing to go for hyaluronic in­jec­tions?” she adds with a twin­kle in her eye.

She is also pleased that the derma skin­care prod­ucts she is now us­ing in­cludes sun­screen. “That is so im­por­tant, es­pe­cially in our hot, trop­i­cal cli­mate,” she stresses.

She con­cedes that while there may be no such thing as per­fect skin, she will do ev­ery­thing she can to en­sure her skin stays nat­u­rally beau­ti­ful and healthy. She be­lieves she can achieve this through us­ing the right skin­care prod­ucts and mak­ing good life­style choices.

But hav­ing said that, Gan sheep­ishly con­fesses that she has lit­tle pa­tience and not much time for an ex­ten­sive, com­pli­cated beauty regime, es­pe­cially since she has to jug­gle her wak­ing hours be­tween a full­time ca­reer and her young family. She also tries to pre­pare meals at home for her family, es­pe­cially her tod­dler son.

When asked about her beauty rou­tine, she chuck­les softly and says: “Five min­utes. I spend five min­utes on my face in the early morn­ing – mostly be­cause I’m usu­ally still sleepy – and I’m off to work at 5am. And then it’s another five min­utes to cleanse and slap on mois­turiser be­fore I jump into bed.”

One thing for sure, she ad­vises test­ing skin­care prod­ucts first. “For in­stance, I have sen­si­tive skin. If I use the wrong prod­uct, my skin will go red and start to itch; I will also get rashes. When that hap­pens, I need to ap­ply a cool­ing mask be­fore I use skin­care prod­ucts,” she ex­plains.

She did try skin­care from big cos­metic houses be­fore she made the switch to derma skin­care.

“There are two main rea­sons. First, derma skin­care is backed by years of re­search and de­vel­op­ment by der­ma­tol­o­gists who de­ter­mine what really works and it of­fers so­lu­tions with ac­tive in­gre­di­ents that are ef­fec­tive for var­i­ous skin ages and con­di­tions. Apart from this, the af­ford­able price is also a big con­sid­er­a­tion,” she says.

Gan Mei Yan poses with the Eucerin® HyaluronFiller + Elas­tic­ity anti-age­ing skin­care range.

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