As you get older, skin starts to lose elasticity as a result of your body churning out less collagen to keep it looking plump. But did you know that hair can also be a dead giveaway to your age too? “Hair can become finer, decrease slightly in diameter, and is more prone to losing volume,” says Laetitia Almondovar, Unilever Research & Development Expert. “It’s also more susceptible to dryness, making it feel less soft and more coarse.” To fix this issue, give lacklustre hair a drink that’s rich in Omega-3 and antioxidants to recharge it for smoother, fuller and shinier tresses. Try TRESemmé Youth Boost Shampoo, Conditioner, Fullness Emulsion Spray and and Youth Correcting Essence, $10.99 each.
You might think that face oils are too heavy for Spring time, but just a drop or two added to your daily face cream can instantly nourish and pep up tired-looking skin. Loaded with rosehip and acai berry oils, this product is also a godsend if you’ve been travelling lately – just warm up a tiny amount in your palms, and massage it down your face and neck as a mini lymphatic massage to encourage blood circulation and combat puffiness. Try Rosehip by Essano Certified Organic Rosehip Oil with Acai Berry Antioxidant Oil, $19.99
We’re all guilty of taking #NetflixAndChill maybe a bit too seriously (hello, all the seasons of Harvey Specter), resulting in sleep-deprived eyes the next morning. For the easiest way to look more awake, “go for a nude eyeliner on the bottom water line to assist with opening up the eyes,” says makeup artist Hayley Dutton. “It’s a much less obvious colour as opposed to white, especially if you’re someone with a darker skintone.” Yes please, we’ll take two. Try Rimmel London Scandal’Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner in Nude, $9.95