MY SKIN DESTINY

It’s a fact of life: as we age, our skin does too.

It’s starts off in our mid-20s with a couple of tiny fine lines and perhaps a few freckles or sunspots. By our 30s and 40s, skin starts to become less flexible, losing its elasticity. Then, by the time we hit 60, deep wrinkles have set in, plumpness is no longer existent as the skin has sagged and our bodies are no longer able to produce collagen.

While the undeniable factor in skin ageing is time, you can control the way your skin ages.

You can control your skin destiny.

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Comments

Chiara Mallamo

Hi I'd love to know where you buy Caolion in Australia if possible!

Ebony

Also - I found the stempower eye cream because I received a sample from Adore Beauty. It was just a tiny 2.5g tub and it lasted weeks and weeks! I'm just finishing it off now before I open my new full size one that I got 40% off during the cyber sales :D

Ebony

I'm a huge Dr. Hauschka fan but have recently discovered the power of SK-II stempower eye cream. In the morning I use Dr. Hauschka cleansing cream, toner, Quince day cream, SK-II stempower eye cream, and then La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL 50+ suncream. In the evening I will use Dr. Hauschka soothing cleansing milk, toner, La Roche-Posay Pigmentclar Serum, three drops of Trilogy rosehip oil and SK-II stempower eye cream. Oh and if I am wearing make-up I will first remove it with Bioderma Crealine H2O with some cotton pads (it's the best!), followed by my normal routine. Sounds like a lot but I really enjoy the ritual and knowing that I am using good products that nurture my sensitive skin. Growing up with really bad acne which disappeared after some hefty medication, but then reared it's ugly head again in my early to mid-20s, I tend to pay a lot of attention the condition of my skin, my skin care routine and ingredients included in my products. I could write about it all day! So happy I found this magazine - it's just the procrastination material I was looking for :)

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