MiNDFOOD Style caught up with David Whyte, global educator for Murad Asia Pacific to find out what the future holds for skincare.
One of biggest shifts weâ€™ll see in skincare in the coming years is innovation that protects our skin from detrimental effects of urban living â€“ pollution, too much screen time. Damage done to our skin doesnâ€™t stop when we get shuteye, explains Murad Asia Pacific global educator, David Whyte. â€śAt night time we need to detoxify the skin and neutralise the damage done,â€ť he says. Murad City Skin Overnight Detox ($139) includes super-potent antioxidants Marrubium Plant Stem Cells and a vitamin C concentrate so you wake up with stronger, radiant, healthier skin.
Beauty From The InsideÂ
More beauty consumers are switching on to the fact that thereâ€™s much more to healthy, resilient skin than just a cabinet stocked with ground-breaking skincare innovations. â€śEfficacious skincare is only addressing a small part of skin health,â€ť agrees Whyte. Murad practices a four-point â€śconnectedâ€ť approach to beauty. â€śNourish your skin; eat your water; awaken your body â€“ do exercise that gives you pleasure, if doing boot camp makes you miserable, donâ€™t do it, itâ€™s not sustainable; be kind to your mind â€“ bring down those stress levels,â€ť explains Whyte.
Healthy Skin For All Ages
Gone are the days of choosing a skincare routine based solely on your age believes Whyte. “We donâ€™t talk about anti-ageing. We talk about youth-building,” he says. “It’s about tricking the skin into acting as if was younger,” Whyte explains.Â A regimen that includes efficacious ingredients â€“ Whyte touts vitamin A, C and peptides as the best in the business â€“is key to healthy skin. “It’s a really different approach to skincare. Teach the skin cells to act younger and then the result of that is youthful skin.”