Expert Skincare

Whether you have problems with controlling oil and shine, or irritating dry patches, we have a solution for every skin type. Shop our range of mattifying fluids, sunscreens, pigment correctors, cleansers and moisturisers to keep your face and body looking healthy and radiant.

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    Vichy Liftactiv B3 Anti-Dark Spots Cream SPF50 50ml
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All you need to know about Expert Skincare

Which products should I have in my skincare routine?

The basics in any skincare routine should be a cleanser, toner, antioxidant serum, moisturiser, face mask and sunscreen. After cleansing, apply toner, as this will help your moisturiser to sink into the skin more deeply. A serum will help protect your skin from free radicals and environmental damage. Using a face mask 1-2 times a week will remove impurities and replenish the skin with nutrients.

How often should I exfoliate?

Exfoliating your face is important because it removes dead skin cells and dirt that can cause clogged pores. Some people may need to exfoliate more than others. For example, a man with a beard will need to exfoliate more to reduce in-grown hairs. One to two times a week is ideal for normal and combination or oily skin times. If your skin is more delicate, try once a fortnight and see how your skin reacts.

Do I need different skincare products for during the day and at night time?

Yes – there are a few differences between a morning skincare routine and a night-time routine. You may for example need to take your make-up off at night, and apply a more intensive and hydrating night cream to your face that sinks into the skin while you sleep. Applying a sleep-in face mask overnight is a good idea, too. Apply one once a week for radiant-looking skin.

My skin is sensitive – can I use retinol?

Retinol is great for boosting plumpness and collagen production in the skin, but it can cause flaking, irritation and dryness in those who have sensitive skin. You could use a serum or moisturiser with hyaluronic acid to settle the skin back down again if this happens. If the redness and irritation continues however, do not use products with retinol.

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