Ad­vanced op­tions

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Betterbeau­ty -

Pro­fes­sional or cos­me­ceu­ti­cal for­mu­la­tions are high end, but they have ad­di­tional ac­tive in­gre­di­ents that work to­gether to re­duce the ap­pear­ance of age­ing skin.

1. Ideal as a first retinol, this prod­uct is suit­able for all skin types, even sen­si­tive. It’s for­mu­lated to com­bat signs of pre­ma­ture age­ing and re­new the skin’s tone and tex­ture with­out ir­ri­tat­ing it. Retinol Com­plex .25, $99, Sk­in­med­ica.

2. This milder serum will ‘plump’ the skin while re­fin­ing and im­prov­ing the ap­pear­ance of its clar­ity, tex­ture, hy­per­pig­men­ta­tion and im­per­fec­tions. Ul­tra A Skin Per­fect­ing Serum Mild, $104, Ul­traceu­ti­cals.

3. Get the works – brighter‑ look­ing, smooth, firm skin – with a cream that pro­tects against free‑rad­i­cal dam­age and has lac­tic acid and vi­ta­min A de­riv­a­tives to op­ti­mise cell turnover. Re­vise‑a, $104, DMK.

4. If you want 0.5% retinol, the clever tech­nol­ogy in this prod­uct al­lows for a con­trolled‑ re­lease de­liv­ery sys­tem, which en­ables deeper pen­e­tra­tion and op­ti­mal re­sults. Overnight Retinol Re­pair, $135, Der­ma­log­ica.

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