GABY Soutar rounds up this week’s best beauty products
SOFT is fine when it comes to pillows, not so great when it’s cheeks and jawline. Which is where Estée Lauder’s new serum comes in. Breakthrough shaping technology and pro-collagen complex combine to work on redefining contours, strengthening skin and creating radiance. Toning up.
New Dimension Expert Serum, £62, Estée Lauder (www.esteelauder.co.uk)
AS WELL as evening out and enhancing skin tone, the delicate Phyto-Poudre Libre lasts all day giving make-up or bare skin a soft, matte finish. Enriched with hibiscus flower and mallow extracts, it also preserves the skin’s hydration – a double boost to beauty. Available in four shades.
Phyto-Poudre Libre, £55.50, Sisley (www.sisley-paris.co.uk)
OUR tester liked this new range of Probiotic skincare and its price is appealing too. Facialist Úna Brennan’s range uses healthy bacteria to rebalance skin’s protective layer with Probiotic Micellar Cleansing Water (£6.99), Probiotic Skin Recovery Day Cream (£14.99) and Probiotic Overnight Skin Recovery Cream (£15.99). Skin felt cleansed, smooth and hydrated with no irritation.
INSPIRED by the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with gold lacquer, Project Sukuroi smoothing balm treats hair with star ingredient gold of pleasure oil. For a smooth, glossy finish, apply a small amount to clean, damp hair, comb through and blow dry. Shine on.
Project Sukuroi Gold Smoothing Balm by Original Mineral, £28, SpaceNK (www.spacenk.com)