No. 1 Magazine - - BEAUTY -

PROB­LEM: In­tense en­vi­ron­men­tal age­ing and ge­netic age­ing Dr Mu­rad says:

“Women in their 30’s are deal­ing with more in­tense en­vi­ron­men­tal and ge­netic age­ing and are prob­a­bly start­ing to see the on-set of fine lines and de­hy­dra­tion. The up­side of the 30s is that acne is usu­ally less of an is­sue!”


“Look for skin­care that con­tains AHA’S to re­duce the ap­pear­ance of fine lines, and also hy­drat­ing prod­ucts that boost the de­plet­ing col­la­gen in the skin. Again, en­sure you get some extra help by tak­ing sup­ple­ments – and feed your skin from within.”

PROD­UCT SUG­GES­TION: In­ten­sive-c Ra­di­ance Peel.

LISA SNOWDON: Uses Dr Mu­rad’s range – and it shows. It ex­fo­li­ates with AHA Gly­colic Acid to ac­cel­er­ate cell turnover and im­prove fine lines, whilst Vi­ta­min C and In­dian Fig pro­tect against free rad­i­cal dam­age and en­hance skin clar­ity and lu­mi­nos­ity. Fi­nally, Myr­tle Ex­tract sup­ports col­la­gen pro­duc­tion to boost youth­ful re­silience and elas­tic­ity.

Day Mois­turiser, £55

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