6 products that will restore a radiant complexion
Give your skin a healthy boost with these buys
By Annie Millar
Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens Beauty and Lifestyle Editor / December 01 2016
Chances are, winter’s chill took its toll on your skin. But fear not! With a little help, radiance can soon be restored. Here’s a selection of hardworking natural skin care products designed to tackle a lacklustre and dull complexion, head on.
The Body Shop Vitamin C Glow Boosting Moisturiser
Applied topically, vitamin C helps to regenerate skin cells, protect against free radical damage and promote radiant-looking skin. Treat your skin to The Body Shop Vitamin C Glow Boosting Moisturiser to see what all the fuss is about!
Germaine de Capuccini Timexpert C+ A.G.E. Flash C Radiance Multi-Correction Mask
Spend 15 minutes wearing one of these Germaine de Capuccini Timexpert C+ A.G.E. Flash C Radiance Multi-Correction Masks and your skin will feel firmer, more toned and luminous.
Natio Renew Radiance Day Cream
Enjoy a glowing complexion with the help of Natio Renew Radiance Day Cream. This lightweight cream nourishes your skin during the day, aiding in its defense against the elements.
Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream
Especially suited to oily skin, Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Light Day Cream contains brightening antioxidants and manuka honey, which has natural antibacterial properties.
Mádara Superseed Radiant Energy Organic Face Oil
Enliven dull, tired-looking skin with Mádara Superseed Radiant Energy Organic Face Oil’s luxurious concentration of nine lightweight dry oils. They’ll give your skin a youthful glow.
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Annie Millar is a Beauty Expert with more than 30 years experience in the Beauty Industry. Her qualifications include Life Coaching, Makeup Artistry, Beauty Therapy and Secondary Teaching. She is currently the Beauty and Lifestyle Editor for Better Homes and Gardens magazine.