The beauty file: Anti-ageing treatments

Updated: 14 May 2012

Swiss line Cell Shock Cellular Vital Essence, RM328
Sun damage is one of the leading causes of wrinkles and tired skin, and this new serum proposes to correct and prevent that. It’s a ‘serum mist’ that brightens, refines and also provides almost complete UV protection without the use of SPF. It contains microorganism Phormidium persicinum that assists the skin to prevent UVA damage. (swissline-cosmetics.com)

Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Eye Gel, RM150
The new companion to the very popular Midnight Recovery Concentrate, this eye gel uses active ingredient Butcher’s Broom and a unique blend of oils rich in fatty acids to increase microcirculation to reduce puffiness and strengthen the eye area literally overnight. (kiehls.com)

Isabelle Lancray Vitamina Ultralight Protecting Cream with Vitamines, RM158
Spread some fruit on your face in the form of this sunscreen – it uses fresh mango cells and natural mineral pigments to protect light-sensitive skin areas. It has a moisturising formulation that also helps to calm and brighten skin. (cheerful.com.my)

Dr Sebagh Luminous Glow Complexion Perfector, RM499
The latest addition to the Advanced Anti-Ageing Skincare line, this is a primer with benefits. They call it a complexion booster, and while it provides a smooth surface to apply your make up over, it also imparts a blend of anti-ageing moisturisers and tightens, lifts and soothes the skin. (drsebagh.com)

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