How To Achieve Radiant Skin

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Dreaming about effortless holiday skin? This one’s for you.

Having radiant, healthy skin is something we all strive for, but it can be difficult to know where to start and what will actually work. So, how does one achieve radiant skin? Aside from the typical advice of, drinking plenty of water, eating a healthy diet and getting enough sleep every night. Implementing a few key skincare ingredients into your regime will really make the difference. 

Here are the ingredients to look out for: 

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)

When skin lacks moisture, it loses its natural luminosity, so you’ll want to provide vital hydration back into the skin. Enters: Niacinamide - a potent, hydrating ingredient known to, calm the skin and revive a dull complexion. Niacinamide supports the skin barrier function by working to visibly plump and firm for a supple, dewy and more youthful appearance. 
Find this ingredient in our best-selling Ultra B² Range.

Vitamin C 

An essential, powerful antioxidant that supports a healthy, revitalised complexion. Implementing this hero into your regime has been shown to improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time - leaving the complexion brighter and bouncy.
Its pure form, L-Ascorbic Acid, is easily recognised by the body and readily absorbed by the skin compared to other forms of Vitamin C; you can shop this hero ingredient in our Ultra C Firming Range.

Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHAs)

Uneven skin texture, dry patches and flakiness are all elements of a dull and lifeless complexion - in other words, evidence of a lack of radiance. You’ll want to implement AHAs, particularly Lactic Acid; a naturally derived exfoliant that gently exfoliates the skin’s surface and assists in epidermal cell renewal and rejuvenation. 
Pro tip: Exfoliate 2-3x per week to keep your skin glowing and pores squeaky clean. Remember to always follow with an SPF (a daily non-negotiable).

Want to find the right products for you?

We recommend booking an online skin consultation or visiting your local Ultraceuticals salon or clinic for personalised advice.