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Crepey skin, fine lines, wrinkles...they happen to everyone. But the right skincare can help minimize the risk that you'll fall prey to them, or at least help stave them off until well in the future. Naturally, you need the right products to help you get smooth, supple skin, but they tend to be on a pricey side.
A good eye cream can help banish fine lines and wrinkles, and L'Oreal Eye Defense has an army of loyal fans who swear this stuff really works. The fragrance-free anti-aging cream is specially formulated with caffeine and hyaluronic acid to add moisture to the delicate skin around your eyes. Once it goes to work, this cream will reduce puffy eyes, smooth out fine lines and wrinkles and even tackle those pesky dark circles. "I had low expectations of this eye cream because of its price. I had been contemplating buying a $90 cream, but thought I'd try a cheaper one first. I've only been using it a week, and I'm very pleasantly surprised how well it's working already! I'm hoping it continues to get better. It makes turning 40 this year more tolerable," a satisfied customer said.
Solid skincare starts with having clean skin. Enter Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water. This gentle cleanser helps lift away makeup around your eye area, skin and lips, leaving everything feeling soft and dry. It's easy to use: Just apply it to a cotton wipe and swipe off dirt and makeup from your day. Easy-peasy. "I recently switched to waterproof mascara because I got sick of washable mascara leaving flakes all over my cheeks," a five-star fan said. "I tried a couple of waterproof-makeup removers and even plain coconut oil, but nothing completely removed it from my lashes. This Micellar water removes it without scrubbing, and it doesn't sting my eyes at all."
There's a reason why so many people rave about L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Retinol Serum: The anti-aging moisturizer easily goes to work, taking out fine lines and wrinkles. All you have to do is apply it! This night serum contains retinol to help reduce wrinkles — even deep ones — while you sleep. The serum is also infused with soothing ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerin to moisturize your skin over time. "It's surprisingly powerful for the price!" one happy customer said. "I'm hooked on this on day 2! My lines are plumped and starting to disappear," a fellow fan said.
Curious travellers have spent a long period cut off from the world’s wonders. Photography served as a balm for that loss. Yet the majesty of a scene – perhaps somewhere grand, or perhaps somewhere quotidian – can now inspire us to plan our next trip.
Fashion designer, entrepreneur and author Anya Hindmarch has been vocal about the self-doubt and anxiety she’s experienced throughout her career. Despite having built up a global fashion and luxury brand – and five shops in Chelsea, including a cafe – Hindmarch, now a CBE, has described being overwhelmed with feelings of inadequacy.
Check out our pick of the best Halloween doll make-up ideas to get your creep on this fright night. Halloween doll make-up - it's a classic. For some inexplicable reason transforming your face into a creepy doll or ventriloquist dummy is actually totally terrifying.
Airports are usually the low-point of any holiday, with queues, bad food, clinical strip lighting and, now, reams of documentation to contend with. Even the award-winning supersize airports with their shopping malls and waterfalls can feel like an ordeal rather than an enjoyable experience. However, around the world is a scattering of tiny airports that are a pleasure to travel through, with inspiring mountain or beach locations, attractive design and even decent restaurants. From runways made o
In The Telegraph’s Women Mean Business online event, the NatWest CEO Alison Rose opened up to Telegraph Women’s Editor Claire Cohen about the “lockdown burden” of balancing work with increased domestic and care responsibilities faced by many women, including herself. “It was challenging… running a bank was much easier than managing home schooling,” she admitted. For Rose, who has two children, it helped to have a “great husband” who shared the responsibility of childcare. “I was very lucky that