Here, I share with you my favourite products to keep your skin looking fresh, dewy and hydrated all day long.
It’s so important to keep your body hydrated from the inside out (hello, two litres of water), but what about on the surface? Here are the best tips to boost dehydrated skin.
First on my list as a must-have is a face mist. It’s important to top up your hydration levels in skin with a lightweight and water-based solution that can be easily sprayed onto skin through the day. My pick? SK-II’s Mid-Day Miracle Essence, which is essentially their signature Pitera Essence, in the convenience of a spritz. The hero ingredient of this spray is Pitera, which is an ingredient that hails from Japan’s sake breweries and is ace at targeting fine lines and wrinkles. My best tip is to keep this next to your computer, and spritz liberally when you’re feeling the 3pm slump. Try SK-II Mid-Day Miracle Essence, $75
Now this is a nice pamper treat I can get amongst! Neutrogena’s top-selling Hydro Boost formula now comes in the form of a sheet mask. Simply peel open the foil packaging, open the cloth mask up, and place it lightly over your skin, taking care in stretching it over the forehead, nose, and jaw area. Don’t forget to give the foil packaging a good squeeze afterwards as well, as you’ll want to spread the concentrated hyaluronic acid solution on top of the mask for an extra dose of moisture. I’ve been guilty of doing these masks at least once a week, and I truly think you should get behind this as well. Try Neutrogena Hydro Boost Mask, $19.95
Out of all my skincare products, I find that a day moisturiser is the hardest to get right. Heavy formulas just make my makeup slide right off, and when they’re too watery, I just think, “what’s the point?” My beauty prayers were answered when this Kerstin Florian product came on the market – it’s a nourishing moisturiser that actually contains ginger root extract and cinnamon bark to help keep oily areas at bay – which is perfect for combo-skin people like me. Try Kerstin Florian Correcting Skincare Mattifying Hydrator, $109
This is a sponsored post by Neutrogena. All opinions expressed by the author are authentic and written in their own words.