The clever­est new beauty prod­ucts

Reap all the know-how of the ex­perts from your bath­room, cour­tesy of their own beauty lines

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The foot fixer

Think Mar­garet

Dabbs, think fab­u­lous feet. As Lon­don’s top po­di­a­trist, she has be­come the last word in healthy but lux­u­ri­ous foot care. Her sig­na­ture treat­ment is the Med­i­cal Pedi­cure, £85, mar­garetd­ It’s not cheap, but a 45-minute ses­sion re­moves all traces of dry, dead skin and shapes and buffs the nails back to their beau­ti­ful best.

Ge­nius buy: Dabbs col­lab­o­rates on an M&S range called Bare Feet. If you buy one thing, make

it the Con­di­tion­ing Foot Cream,

£7.50, which eas­ily soaks into soles with­out a tacky feel­ing. It’s blended with gin­ger and Manuka honey for a healthy hit of hy­dra­tion. Ap­ply ev­ery day all over your feet and nails.

The youth-booster

Hav­ing treated more than 50,000 pa­tients, Dr.

Mu­rad knows ex­actly what skin needs to feel and look younger. He takes a 360° ap­proach to anti-age­ing, so as well as us­ing top­i­cal prod­ucts, he be­lieves we should ‘eat’ our way to younger­look­ing skin with a diet high in wa­ter-rich fruit and veg, such as cu­cum­bers and toma­toes.

Ge­nius buy: The vi­ta­min retinol is the gold stan­dard of anti-age­ing, but it can be harsh on sen­si­tive

com­plex­ions. In­stead, Mu­rad Retinol youth Re­newal serum, £65,

John Lewis, uses three types of retinol – a fast-act­ing one, a slow-re­lease one and a booster – to work gen­tly on the skin with­out over­pow­er­ing it. Lines ap­pear plumped out pretty quickly, and you’ll no­tice firmer skin over time.

The glow-get­ter

As the go-to spray tan artist for mod­els and celebri­ties, James

Read is syn­ony­mous with beau­ti­fully bronzed skin. Now he has set his sights on your at-home tan regime with his very own tan­ning col­lec­tion. The idea self-tan is or­ange, streaky and de­hy­drat­ing is out­dated, ac­cord­ing to James. His at-home bronz­ers prom­ise ef­fort­less ap­pli­ca­tion and a flaw­less fin­ish.

Ge­nius buy: James Read Grad­ual

Tan H20 Tan Mist, £20, M&s, of­fers all the cool­ing re­fresh­ment of a mois­tur­is­ing fa­cial spritz with added bronz­ing ben­e­fits. The colour builds up grad­u­ally – great for fake tan first-timers – to you end up with a healthy look­ing glow. Use it ev­ery day to grad­u­ally de­velop the colour, and your face will reap the re­wards of rose wa­ter and co­conut oil, which min­imise puffi­ness and nour­ish skin.

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