Spice up your sk­in­care rou­tine with turmeric.

From the kitchen pantry to your bath­room cabi­net, turmeric is sk­in­care’s do-it-all in­gre­di­ent

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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,...

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