In this post, we will outline four steps you can take each night to achieve younger-looking skin.
As we age, our skin naturally starts to lose its youthful appearance. But with a good night routine, you can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve the appearance of dark circles and eyebags, soothe and hydrate tired eyes, increase cell turnover for a more youthful appearance, and protect the skin from environmental damage.
Here's our ILLUMINANCE 4-step recommendation process:
This is a soothing natural daily cleanser which removes dead skin and makeup easily. Apply the product to damp skin and massage and remove with a damp cloth or in the shower.
This is a Glycolic wash which removes dead skin and excess oils in the skin. It also works by increasing cell turnover and thereby revealing new younger looking skin.
Massage onto damp skin and leave on the skin for a few minutes to allow the product to work before rinsing off with warm water. Do not use this product too close to the eyes.
This intensive eye serum contains a unique blend of ingredients including Vitamin E to hydrate and Almond oil to repair.
Apply daily to the cleansed area around the eyes, massaging gently until fully absorbed.
4. RECOVER OR R+
Retinol products increase cell turnover and reduce pore size resulting in younger-looking skin as well as reducing the visible signs of ageing including pigmentation and uneven skin tone.
Apply to skin at night. It is important to use Protect 50 sunscreen the following day when using retinol, as retinol increases the skin’s sensitivity to sun exposure.
Night-time is the best time to give your skin some extra love and attention.
Our 4-step night routine using the Illuminance Skincare Range will help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve the appearance of dark circles and eyebags, soothe and hydrate tired eyes, increase cell turnover for a more youthful appearance, and protect the skin from environmental damage. Plus, it will give your skin a radiant, healthy glow.
So why not start tonight?