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When your body’s me­tab­o­lism starts slow­ing down in your 30s, so too does col­la­gen pro­duc­tion and cell turnover in your skin. Here’s our pick of the luxe new skin-savers to look out for.

5. Eye candy

Lancôme Ab­solue Eye Pre­cious Cells In­tense Re­vi­tal­iz­ing Eye Cream, $224, has been re­for­mu­lated us­ing rose cen­tifo­lia ex­tract to fight wrin­kles and Pro-xy­lane to pre­vent wa­ter loss and boost the vol­ume of del­i­cate skin.

4. Face up

Brighten dull-look­ing skin with El­iz­a­beth Ar­den PRO Il­lu­mi­nat­ing En­zyme Masque, $130. The rich, creamy mask con­tains en­er­gis­ing chloro­genic acids (from cof­fee beans), gin­ger root ex­tract and vi­ta­min E.

3. Gold stan­dard

With a new and im­proved for­mula, El­iz­a­beth Ar­den’s Ad­vanced Ceramide Cap­sules Daily Youth Restor­ing Serum, $150 (60 cap­sules), works to in­crease the skin’s ceramide lev­els and im­prove the bar­rier func­tion.

2. Two be­come one

If you want a quick fix, La Prairie Line In­ter­cep­tion Power Duo, $490, prom­ises re­sults in just 14 days. It uses spe­cialised pep­tides that work at dif­fer­ent lev­els in the skin to pre­vent mus­cles from con­tract­ing, and the re­sult­ing for­ma­tion of lines, by in­hibit­ing the sig­nalling path­way.

1. The A-game

From the new Skin Essen­tia range, En­v­i­ron’s Mild Cleans­ing Lo­tion, $77, is en­riched with jo­joba seed oil to mois­turise skin while cleans­ing, and sor­bitol, a humec­tant de­rived from corn syrup, to keep it sup­ple.

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