What Skincare To Scrimp On And What To Splurge On

What Skincare To Scrimp On And What To Splurge On

With the weather warming, it’s the perfect time of year to check use by dates on your skincare essentials and update your routine. You don’t need to break the bank to have a well-balanced skin care regime.

Great skin starts here…

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First things first. Getting your cleanser sorted is priority number one. We love Neutrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser, $13.99, as it removes dirt, oil and makeup with its clever cleansing and exfoliating combination that contains alpha and beta hydroxy acids. It’s foaming action and fresh scent are also an added bonus. Be vigilant and cleanse morning and night no matter how tired you are. In the case of late night emergency, use Neutrogena Make-Up Remover Towelettes, $7.99, to wipe away the day in a flash.

For thirsty, dehydrated skin, try Neutrogena Hydro Boost Night Concentrate, $24.99. This super hydrating night concentrate works while you sleep with a clever combination of hyaluronic acid, olive extract and vitamins. Your skin will be eternally grateful.
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Dr. Brandt Pores No More Anti-ageing Mattifying Lotion, $87, helps decreases oil production, plus, it contains smoothing silica powders to leave skin primed and ready for makeup. Got to love a two-in-one.

Clinique Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector, $50, targets dark circles on multi levels, it brightens the under-eye area with mulberry root, boosts collagen levels and also has a clever tint to disguise any discolouration.

This is a sponsored post by Neutrogena. All opinions expressed by the author are authentic and written in their own words.

Written by Stephanie Darling

Born in a haze of Chanel No 22 Stephanie is obsessed with beauty, lifestyle, words and visuals. Stephanie believes you should never grow old gracefully; there are too many fillers for that. Stephanie has had a long and impressive career in beauty journalism with some of the most prestigious magazines in the country. She has been Beauty Director of VOGUE Australia, Haper's Bazaar and, most recently madison.


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