The need-to­know prod­uct launches Look’s beauty team can’t get enough of this spring

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1 Zen your­self the new Elemis Life Elixirs Col­lec­tion, from £22 (avail­able in may), is per­fect for those of us with busy lives. the can­dles, per­fumes and bath oils com­bine spe­cially se­lected aro­mather­apy oils to cater for all your needs. Whether you need calm­ing, up­lift­ing or a go-get-’em boost, there’s an elixir for you.

2 # 1 Glow Zo­eva has nailed it once again with its Sweet Glamour Blush Pal­ette, £13. two pink blush­ers are paired with a gor­geous high­lighter that’s sure to brighten even the dullest of com­plex­ions (or days).

3 Body Blur­ring Be pre­pared for a sud­den surge in tem­per­a­ture with Elizabeth Ar­den Dare To

Bare Body Bronz­ing Oil, £25, which gives even the palest of skins a gor­geous sheen of colour – no tan­ning nec­es­sary.

4 Matte not flat if you’re for­ever on the hunt for a matte foun­da­tion that doesn’t over- cake your skin, you’re in luck. Clar­ins Pore Per­fect­ing

and Mat­i­fy­ing Foun­da­tion, £28, glides on to cre­ate a sheer veil that plumps and hy­drates without a hint of shine. per­fect for the warmer months ahead.

5 28 days later… a new wave of in­cred­i­bly sci­en­tific skin­care is about to go mainstream. One of the new­bies is Lancôme Vi­sion­naire Crescendo Pro­gres­sive Night Peel, £60, a 8-day skin­care pro­gramme packed with highly ef­fec­tive acids that treat the skin each night. the re­sult? a no­tice­ably glow­ing and more even skin tone one month on. Now that’s a chem­istry les­son we can get on board with.

6 skin sos Whether you’re a city dweller or live out in the coun­try­side, pol­lu­tion has dam­ag­ing ef­fects on your skin. Givenchy City Skin

So­lu­tion Masks, £44.50 (avail­able in may), com­bine pu­ri­fy­ing, cleans­ing in­gre­di­ents with a hit of hy­dra­tion to keep your skin’s nat­u­ral bar­ri­ers in check.

7 Con­tour up­date For­get harsh lines and crazy in­sta­gram tech­niques. the new Nip + Fab Con­tour

Kit, £15, is backed by Kim Kar­dashian’s make-up artist mario De­di­vanovic, who told us he uses only the light­est shades to cre­ate sub­tle shad­ows.

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