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Top to bottom, left to right: Double cleansing is how Korean beauty regimens start. Use Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil ($54) then a gentle foaming cleanser – we love YSL Forever Youth Liberator Cleansing Foam ($69) – in gentle circular motions. Reach for a moisture-boosting toner such as Trilogy Hydrating Mist Toner ($29.90). Include Bobbi Brown Skin Nourish Mask ($85) a few times a week to keep your complexion plump and hydrated. Possibly the most important step, antioxidant-rich essences are patted onto the skin. Try Elizabeth Arden Prevage Anti-Aging Antioxidant Infusion Essence ($120). Boosters will be big news in the coming year. Elizabeth Arden Superstart Skin Renewal Booster ($106) enhances the effects of your skincare regimen. A lightweight serum such as Lancôme Advanced Genefique ($180) will help fight signs of ageing. Opt for a light moisturiser, such as Chanel Hydra Beauty Crème ($134). Gently tap on Clinique Pep-Start Eye Cream ($49) to minimise fine lines and dark circles. Ward off sun damage with Ultraceuticals Ultra Protective Daily Shield SPF 50+ Mineral Defence ($75). Skin can need an afternoon pick-me-up, so pop Shiseido Ibuki Quick Fix Mist ($55) in your handbag and spritz to hydrate and fight shine. When sleep beckons, repeat steps one through nine before slathering on Estée Lauder NightWear Plus Anti-Oxidant Night Detox Cream ($110).

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