Age Perfect Toner Age Perfect

The L'Oréal Laboratories have created Age Perfect Toning Lotion.

The unique formula is enriched with Magnesium to cleanse your skin and Vitamin C to re-energise your skin. Fresh, bright and replenished, your skin regains its youth. Day after day, your skin gradually appears revitalised. With age your skin weakens and shows signs of fatigue.

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L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Refreshing Toner for mature skin.
The revitalising formula, enriched with Vitamin C, targets the signs of fatigue and helps smooth skin.
Skin feels refreshed and looks radiant.


782040 7 - INGREDIENTS: AQUA / WATERand GLYCERINand PEG-60 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OILand SODIUM CITRATEand ASCORBYL GLUCOSIDEand DISODIUM EDTAand CAPRYLYL GLYCOLand PHENOXYETHANOLand LINALOOLand GERANIOLand LIMONENEand CITRONELLOLand BENZYL ALCOHOLand PARFUM / FRAGRANCE. (FIL B160376/1). For any queries related to L’Oreal formulas and ingredientsand please contact L’Oreal Australia Consumer Affairs on 1300 659 359

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Anti-ageing products may have ingredient lists longer than your arm, but how do you know they’re actually effective? When you’re reading the label or the back of the tube, here are some key names to look out for.

TRY: Glycolic Peel Pads
WHAT: A gentle chemical exfoliator to help retexturise, refine and decongest skin. Got brown pigmentation spots? Glycolic acid is also terrific at removing the extra layers of dead cells that are holding on to all that brown pigment.


TRY: Revitalift Night Cream 
WHAT: This vitamin A derivative helps to soften fine lines. Retinol rejuvenates skin cells and increases collagen production, which means brighter, softer, younger-looking skin that’s more protected from the damage that comes with ageing.


TRY: Sugar Scrubs Glow Scrub with Grapeseed Oil 
WHAT: An umbrella term encompassing vitamins and enzymes that work to repair environmental damage. This includes Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Green Tea and Co-Enzyme Q10. Antioxidants strengthen the skin’s barrier function by fighting off free radicals, boosting texture and leaving complexion visibly brighter.


TRY: Age Perfect Intense Nutrition Serum 
WHAT: Not just a trendy buzzword, peptides are short chains of amino acids that can work to improve cell productivity. We love them for their anti-ageing benefits, such as helping stimulate collagen production and improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid

TRY: Revitalift Filler [HA] Day Cream 
WHAT: A molecule already naturally found in the skin, it draws water to the skin and helps prevent moisture loss. As we get older, the level of naturally occurring hyaluronic acid decreases, leading to dry skin and more lines.

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How to Pure Clay Mask in 5 Easy Steps

Want a smooth and hydrated complexion? By adding a weekly clay mask to your skincare routine It helps to cleanse and add moisture without leaving an oily residue. Here's how it's done!

Step One: Cleanse Your Skin

Thoroughly cleanse skin to remove any build-up of dirt, oils or makeup. This allows the mask to penetrate deep into your pores and really work its magic.

Step Two: Apply An Even Layer

Use clean fingers or a brush to apply a thin, even layer. Less is more with a clay mask- a thick layer takes longer to dry and any product that doesn’t touch your skin is a waste!

Step Three: Sit Back & Relax

Sit back and relax for 10-15 minutes while your mask gets to work. Why not go all-out on your pamper session and use this time to apply a hair mask or paint your nails?

Step Four: Rinse & Pat Dry

Once your mask has set and dried, wet a clean face washer with lukewarm water and rub away the clay in small, circular motions. Repeat until all mask is removed. Next, reach for a clean towel and lightly pat your skin until dry.

Step Five: Moisturise

Once you’ve rinsed and dried, your skin will be feeling ahhh-mazingly soft and rejuvenated! Follow up with a lightweight moisturiser to lock in the goodness.

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As tempting as it is to copy our best friend or work colleague’s skin care routine, the quest for your best skin should start with getting to know exactly what type of skin you have, what you should look for, and what you should avoid when developing a skincare routine to suit your individual needs and concerns.

Dry, sensitive skin?

This is one of the most common skin types, and is most often caused from not having enough water in the epidermis layer of your skin, however a daily routine can make a huge difference.

Cleanse: Use a creamy, soap and fragrance-free cleanser before going to bed and rinse with cool water.

Moisturise: Particularly important for dry skin, you want to moisturise at least two times a day. Look for ingredients such as coconut, avocado, sunflower, olive, almond or jasmine which are ideal for increasing moisture levels of the skin.

Exfoliate: Exfoliation helps get rid of any dead skin, allowing your skin to absorb your moisturisers more effectively. Aim to exfoliate every one to two days.

Recommendations: Age Perfect Cleansing Milk, Pure Clay Red Algae Exfoliating Scrub

Oily skin?

Another extremely common skin type; oil prone skin can come from excessive sebum produced on the face which can create an oily shine and may lead to blocked pores.

Cleanse: The ideal oily skin cleanser needs to be a balance between gentle, hydrating, and effective. It’s recommended to cleanse every morning and night with key ingredients like koalin or lemon and rinse with lukewarm water, not hot or cold.

Moisturise: Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you don’t need any more hydration and skipping moisturiser. Instead use a lightweight moisturiser, particularly one with hyaluronic acid or retinol that aims to reduce pores and mattify your skin.

Serum: This might sound like an odd step to add more oil to oily skin, but doing so can actually help reduce excess sebum to create a balanced, radiant complexion.

Recommendations: Pure Clay Eucalyptus Purifying Cream Wash, Revitalift Filler [HA] Day Cream, Age Perfect Intense Nutrition Serum

Blemish-prone skin?

Unfortunately for a lot of us, blemish-prone skin doesn’t leave us when our teenage years are over. Although there are hundreds of acne treatments out there, the key to combating acne is a good and consistent skincare routine.

Cleanse: A morning and evening gentle cleanse is super important for blemish-prone skin, and double cleansing (cleansing twice each time) is even more effective. Search for ingredients such as salicylic acid (BHA), activated charcoal or sulfur.

Exfoliate: Exfoliating two to three times a week with a scrub will help rid your skin of built up bacteria in your pores that your daily cleanses may have missed.

Micellar Water: Although every skin type should always be removing their makeup before bed, this is particularly important for those of us who experience acne. The prime time for your skin to fight acne is while you’re sleeping, so removing makeup with a natural remover such as Micellar Water, is great for unclogging your pores.

Recommendations: Pure Clay Charcoal Detoxifying Gel Wash, Sugar Scrubs Purifying Scrub, Micellar Water.

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