Even the greatest skincare routine can do with a boost, and now you can do just that with the new generation of powders and serums.
But is it really worth the extra investment?
Skincare expert, Sarah Chapman thinks so: “They are the new skin essentials really, water-based for easy absorption of high levels of actives with concentrations of specific potent ingredients – it makes for quicker and more dramatic results.
The beauty of boosters is that when you need a little extra help, you don’t have to change from beloved products, simply add a booster into masks, serums or creams - they are so versatile.”
SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel binds moisture to the skin with hyaluronic acid, to maximize the benefits of a daily moisturizer.
It’s oil-free so everyone can give it a go, and it contains Vitamin B5 to help tissue repair.
It’s capable of holding 1000 times its own weight in water, and helps deliver your moisturizer’s ingredients below skin’s surface. £59
Empower your cleanser by adding two doses of Alpha-H’s new Gentle Daily Exfoliant – launching in May.
A non-abrasive powdered exfoliant, it tackles dead skin cells, congestion and dry patches.
Water-activated fruit enzymes derived from Green Papaya and Pineapple also break down the keratin protein within follicles, to gradually reduce re-growth of facial hair. £32.50 www.lookfantasic.co.uk
Facialist Sarah Chapman noticed a growing number of clients were complaining of pigmentation issues, so she created Sarah Chapman Skin Tone Perfecting Booster.
It's a complex of antioxidants, Vitamin C and anti-pigmentation ingredients like Whitonyl and botanical Gigawhite.
Apply directly on clean skin or mix it up with your moisturizer, night cream or mask for extra skin-brightening power. £57