Find a Home Routine

Need some top products to boost your home routine? Here are some options for skincare, some of my favourite skin-boosting nutritional supplements, and my edit of the latest beauty devices that can tone and tighten your skin.


Which skincare products might you try, to see real results? Here is a selection of the ones I really rate - because they do a great job, and are a pleasure to use.

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Choose the right skincare supplements and they will work from the inside-out to help boost collagen, elastin and hydration in your skin. These are some of my favourites, all of which have clinical studies behind them to prove how well they work.

Skinade collagen drink

Skinade is a collagen and micro-nutrient infused drink that is designed to boost the skin’s natural collagen and Hyaluronic Acid production from the inside while gradually retraining the body to make collagen at a faster, more youthful rate.

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Totally Derma Collagen Boosting Skin Drink

Totally Derma® is a high strength, powdered Nutraceutical drink supplement containing Arthred® patented bovine hydrolysed collagen amino acid peptides (that are tiny in molecular size for easy absorption into the bloodstream), therapeutic dose Synovoderma® Hyaluronic Acid*, high levels

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Altrient-C Liposomal Vitamin C

This is the form of vitamin C that I trialled for a story for the Times newspaper last year, with such impressive results. I saw improvements in the collagen levels (up 22.8%), hydration (up 30.2%) and elasticity (up 64.3%) in my skin. Here’s a link to my Altrient story on my blog..

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Home Use

The latest home-use devices offer toned-down versions of the same technology - the lasers, the radiofrequency or the electrical microcurrents - that you find in clinical treatments. Here are my favourites. Use them consistently, and they could be your new beauty best friend.


The latest device from NuFACE is a cute little thing that aims to offer super-speedy and convenient treatment of fine lines for both on-the-go millennials looking for instant skincare pick-me-ups and mature woman seeking targeted treatments for fine lines and wrinkles. It’s the size of an overgrown mascara, so it will fit easily into a handbag or washbag. As you might guess with a NuFACE device, it uses electrical microcurrent to firm, tighten and tone skin around the eyes, lips and forehead in just three minutes, and there are clinically proven results to back up the claims.

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CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask

I love light therapy masks, and this is my current favourite. Its LED bulbs deliver red light along with infrared light which works to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the skin. It sounds a bit unlikely – until you look into ‘photobiomodulation’. That’s the technical name for low-level light therapy, the sort that doesn’t generate heat in the skin, and it is well-proven to encourage the skin to remodel itself from the inside out.

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NIRA Skincare Laser

The NIRA Skincare Laser uses non-fractional lasers to heat up the lower layer of your skin (the dermis). It does this without damaging the top layer (the epidermis) and stimulates the production of collagen. The result: plumper and younger looking skin without the redness or irritation you get with other devices that target the epidermis, such as fractional lasers.

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Clarisonic Mia Smart Facial Cleanser

Clarisonic is the best-known brand of powered cleansing brushes, and this one, which calls itself a 3-in-1 App-Connected Beauty Device, can be paired with a variety of attachments (eg the Firming Massage Head or a Foundation Blending Brush).

It cleans six times better than just using your

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