Vanity Fare: Give your skin the glow it deserves with the right skincare

Use the right toner to give your skin a radiant glow and hydration all around the clock. Photo: The Ordinary

A proper skincare routine is the key to getting healthy, glowing and younger-looking skin.

From toners to creams and serums, choose the right ones to help nourish and protect your complexion.

Gentle exfoliation

The Ordinary’s Saccharomyces Ferment 30% Milky Toner, is an all-in-one lightweight prep step to give your skin a radiant glow and hydration all around the clock.

Through this gentle exfoliation, it helps to reduce textural irregularities and smooth skin texture, and helps to reduce the look of dark spots, resulting in brighter, more radiant skin.

Its key ingredient is a 30% concentration of saccharomyces ferment, a yeast ferment technology with 3% fermented N-acetylglucosamine (NAG).

NAG exfoliates the skin surface to help smooth uneven texture and boost radiance.

It also includes squalane, known to increase hydration, which makes it especially suitable for dry skin types.

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Lifting and defining

Shiseido’s Vital Perfection LiftDefine Radiance Night Concentrate is formulated with the brand’s ReNeura Technology++, which enhances the skin’s receptivity to the product’s powerful ingredients.

This advanced overnight treatment is designed to address key signs of ageing, fatigue and dullness while rejuvenating and restoring the skin’s natural vitality while you sleep.

It works in harmony with the skin’s natural night time repair process to deliver visible results and offering unparalleled lifting and radiance benefits.

An intensive-care formula that targets signs of ageing in the lower half of the face, it is meant to brighten dullness and diminish the appearance of skin concerns while also firming up skin.

Apply this product as the last step in your skincare ritual, before sleep.

For healthier-looking skin

Nuvit’s Retinol+ AgeDefy Day Cream is a mild and gentle solution for those who are trying out retinol-infused products for the first time.

The cream was created to effectively improve fine lines, make skin firmer and plumper, and look healthier overall.

It contains 0.3% Pro-Retinol, a high concentration of centella asiatica extract as well as vitamin C.

With sun protection (SPF35****) it also keeps harmful rays at bay.

All-in-one serum

Re:Erth, a Japanese skincare brand which specialises in serums developed the Omni Serum, a multitasking product, meant to replace other steps in your beauty routine.

The product features hand-harvested and sustainably sourced Tasmanian seaweed extract which helps combat skin damage and maintain a rejuvenated complexion by balancing the skin’s microbiome.

It also contains Japanese spring turmeric and Japanese white turmeric. The former effectively suppresses tyrosinase activity, a melanin precursor, to lighten pigmentation and restore clarity to the skin.

Japanese white turmeric provides natural hyaluronic acid protection and stimulates cell production in the skin, which gives the product its skin firming properties.

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That brightening effect

Malaysian-owned skincare brand Skinmade introduces the Infinitebright 15% Vitamin C + Bio Stemcell Super Brightening serum, created based on melanogenesis science.

The serum targets multiple pigment pathways and works to boost skin radiance, while also improving uneven skin tone and reducing the appearance of dark spots and post-acne marks.

Formulated for those with skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone and lackluster skin appearance, it can be applied in the morning and at night.

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