THE SKIN­CARE SO­LU­TION

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“Soap and wa­ter just doesn’t cut it with 40s skin, so you must in­vest and buy re­ally qual­ity prod­ucts and use them to help skin age grace­fully,” says Pevo­nia ed­u­ca­tor Betty Gichimu. And even if you’ve not both­ered with sun­screen be­fore, it’s never too late to start pre­vent­ing fu­ture sun dam­age and a ded­i­cated anti-pig­men­ta­tion serum or dark-spot con­cen­trate can help re­duce the ap­pear­ance of sun dam­age you al­ready have. In­vest­ing in a richer cleanser, serum, eye cream and mois­turiser will also pay div­i­dends. “Skin will need in­ten­sive an­ti­age­ing treat­ment, which should also in­clude tar­geted serums, on a daily ba­sis,” says Betty. Oil-based cleansers to nour­ish as they clean, fol­lowed by face and eye creams rich in hyaluronic acid – which holds 1,000 times its own weight in wa­ter – will help to pre­vent loss of firm­ness, elas­tic­ity and mois­ture in the skin.

BEAUTY RULES TO LIVE BY

beauty Halle Berry’s skin is in such good con­di­tion it’s hard to be­lieve she is 47

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