BEAUTY THAT WORKS

Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Contents -

1 If you love the feel of a heavy­weight mois­turiser, skip this. But if you want some­thing that feels like noth­ing (in a good way) yet de­liv­ers on hy­dra­tion, look out for Olay Re­gener­ist Whip mois­turiser, £34.99. The ac­tive in­gre­di­ents flash ab­sorb when in con­tact with the salts nat­u­rally found on your skin, trans­form­ing from cream to liq­uid. Ex­pect clean-feel­ing,

juicier-look­ing skin. 2 I’m a big fan of L’oc­c­i­tane bath and body prod­ucts – and it makes some great skin­care, too. Im­mortelle Re­set, £49, works like a dream to re­vive skin that looks tired and dull. Give the light wa­ter-gel serum a week (use it be­fore mois­turiser), and you’ll look fresher and more rested. 3 A must-try for those with sen­si­tive skin, cult US skin­care brand Drunk Ele­phant has just landed in Space NK. It is free from in­gre­di­ents such as es­sen­tial oils, fra­grances, al­co­hols and SLS, which can cause dry­ness and re­ac­tions. C-tango Mul­ti­vi­ta­min Eye Cream, £64, and Pro­tini Polypep­tide Cream, £68, are my picks.

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