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Skincare Tools

Skincare Tools

Using skincare tools can boost the effectiveness of your beauty products. From devices that enhance skin cleansing to beauty accessories, using the right tool for the job can make a big difference to your overall look.

When dead skin cells and minute particles of pollution cling to the outer layers of the epidermis, skin can look dull and uneven. Dead skin cells can contribute to acne breakouts, spots and pimples. You can remove unwanted cells and debris gently and effectively by using an exfoliating brush to enhance your cleansing regime. Soft bristles slough away all the unwanted particles that can clog the skin, leaving it feeling fresh and clear.

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Cellex-C High Potency Serum
Help rid the face and neck of fine lines and wrinkles with this high potency serum.


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Dermalogica Exfoliating facebrush
Gently exfoliates the skin removing dulling debris


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Peter Thomas Roth Unwrinkle Lip
Unwrinkle Lip is an anti-aging hydrating lip treatment.


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SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel 30ml
Nourishing B5 treatment for instant hydration


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SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Gel 30ml
A light formulation that helps to reduce discolouration and calm problematic skin.


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SkinCeuticals Clarifying Clay Masque
Natural clays provide decongest pores for healthier-looking skin.


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SkinCeuticals Equalising Toner
A gently toner to balance the skin's pH levels and remove surface impurities.


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SkinCeuticals C+ AHA 30ml
A two-in-one antioxidant treatment for ageing skin.


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SkinCeuticals Face Cream
Specifically formulated to combat collagen breakdown and moisture loss in mature skin.


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Additional Skincare Tools Information

When you want your eyes to make a statement, use a set of lash curlers to add curves to your eye lashes. If you want added definition, consider using heated curlers to shape your eye lashes. Simply apply the device carefully to your eye lashes before you brush on your mascara. Hold for a few seconds and, when you release, your eye lashes will retain a natural curve.

Our eyes can reveal how we feel, even when we would prefer them not to. Sometimes eyes can look tired and puffy, with dark circles underneath. There are tools on the market that can help to refresh and revitalise the eye area. One option is to apply gel discs that have been infused with calming or uplifting botanicals, such as lavender, chamomile, grapefruit, arnica, wisteria and bergamot.

Hard skin can build up on the heels and balls of your feet. You can buff hard skin away with a suitable pedicure tool. Pumice stone or fibreglass files can be used to smooth away thick, hard skin. By removing these tough outer layers, you can help your foot cream to sink deep into the skin. When they have been buffed and moisturised, your feet will feel soft and fresh.

Before you apply a razor to your skin, you must ensure that it is adequately lubricated. If skin is dry or sticky the razor blade could become caught, causing small nicks and razor burn. Lathering up shaving cream with a high-quality brush can help soften the bristles and prepare the skin. You must ensure that the hairs on your shaving brush are well cared for to ensure that they do not become hard and stiff. Some skin care brands produce stands for their shaving brushes to enable them to air dry between uses.

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