Spice up your skincare routine with turmeric.
From the kitchen pantry to your bathroom cabinet, turmeric is skincare’s do-it-all ingredient
Indians have long known the benefits of turmeric, spiking everything from their food to their faces with this orange root (brides use it for a pre-wedding glow).
The beauty world recently tapped into the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of the turmeric extract curcumin, but Clarins has gone one step fur further: it has launched the eighth refor reformulation of its awardwinning Do Double Serum,which now comes with a diffe different element of turmeric.
“Clarins used turmerone, an aromatic molecule u utilised for its ability to promote in intercellular communication, which mak makes the skin more receptive to the benefitsbene of the other active ingredients within the formula,” explains Clarins hea head of training Charlotte Turner.
Using tu turmeric aligns with the company’s bio-inspired philosophy and focus on the power of organic, botanical ingredients.
“Modern women know that luxury is not 24-carat-gold packaging,” Clarins president Christian Courtin-clarins tells Stellar exclusively. “True prestige is sourcing the most powerful ingredients from around the planet as responsibly as you possibly can – and that is expensive. As long as there are results, women will make the investment.”
(clockwise from top left) CLARINS Double Serum, $135, clarins.com.au; ÉMINENCE ORGANIC SKIN CARE Bright Skin Targeted Treatment, $98, eminenceorganics.com.au; AVEDA Wedding Masque Eye, $74, aveda.com.au; JURLIQUE Daily Exfoliating Cream, $60,...