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These products will help stressed skin look its best, writes Amy Houlihan.


Murad Vita-C Glycolic Brightening Serum, $185

Containing glycolic acid to exfoliate skin cells to enhance the delivery of the gold-stabilised vitamin C.

Juneora SundaySlay Detoxifying Clay Mask, $65

A must-have newbie that incorporates kaolin clay to exfoliate skin, refine pores, and remove excess sebum, plus elderflower and cucumber to reduce fine lines, hydrate and support collagen production.

Dermalogica Awaken Peptide Eye Gel, $105

A new soothing saviour for tired, sleep-deprived eyes. It contains caffeine to gently de-puff, plus other active ingredients that minimise puffiness, dark circles and fine lines.


Elizabeth Arden’s Advanced Ceramide Lift and Firm Day Cream, $158

This iconic product has been revamped with five times the ceramides to replenish and restore complexions in need of some TLC.

Linden Leaves Regenerating Elixir, $59.99

Regenerates, renews and plumps up skin, thanks to its antioxidant and vitamin C-rich formula, including kiwifruit seed and organic rosehip seed oils.

Murad Hydrodynamic Ultimate Moisture, $144

Instantly relieves dry, dehydrated skin.

Karen Murrell Rymba Rhythm, $31.99

Natural and New Zealand-made, this gorgeous matte lipstick smells like cinnamon and has a bright red-orange hue that won’t budge all day.

Revlon Jade Facial Roller, $19.99

Adding a facial roller into your regime is a fantastic way to awaken skin, release tension and decrease puffiness, with research also suggesting face-rolling can lower cortisol levels. Apply an oil or serum and roll in upward motions for a lifting effect.


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