SKIN TOXING

Com­mit this buzz­word to mem­ory – it’s all the rage as we go into win­ter

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Beauty -

“Sk­in­tox­ing is the process of re­mov­ing pol­lu­tants, im­pu­ri­ties and tox­ins that make the skin look lack­lus­tre and dull,” says Ella Bache skin­care ex­pert Gina Cook. Here are four easy steps to pu­rify your com­plex­ion.

STEP 1

“Cleanse “Cl in ih the morn­ing and dou­ble cleanse at night. This as­sists in re­mov­ing toxin build up.” TRY Bioele­ments All Things Pure Cleanser, $49.95

STEP 2

“I rec­om­mend us­ing an ex­fo­li­at­ing peel once a week to re­fine skin tex­ture, de­con­gest pores and de­crease the ap­pear­ance of pig­men­ta­tion. Look for one with AHA acids, which will help to re­move dead skin cells.” TRY Ella Bache Resur­fac­ing Peel $82

STEP 3

“Next up, serums! Get one to tar­get your skin type whether it’s dry, oily, sen­si­tive or ma­ture. Hyaluronic acid, an­tiox­i­dants and vi­ta­min C are power in­gre­di­ents to look out for.” TRY Ella Bache Hy­dra Hyaluronic Cel­lu­lar Serum $90

STEP 4

“Com­pli­ment this skin­tox with a monthly, in-sa­lon fa­cial, which will give you an even deeper cleanse and a per­son­alised ex­pe­ri­ence,” says Gina.

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