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Stress. We all have complains of it and how it affects our state of mind. Do you know that stress is also a key culprit for giving us bad skin?

Watch our video to find out the relationship between stress and skin, as well as the ways you can combat the effects of stress on your skin:


So what can you do to counter the terrible effects of stress on our skin? Check out DV’s personal recommendation on what products to use to counter that!

Effects Of Stress On Skin Products

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Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer (SGD58) – Fortified with Rosa Gallica Botanica Extract, this moisturiser helps to minimise the skin’s visible signs of stress, including dryness, blotchiness, redness and fatigue. It is further enriched by Mannose, an ingredient that shields and help skin to recover faster than usual.

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II (SGD150 for 50ml and SGD106 for 30ml) – One of the oldest products in Estee Lauder, this serum receives yet another upgrade in its formula. This new formula attempts to improve the rate of recovery of your skin while you sleep, giving your skin the good night’s rest that it needs, despite not being able to get it due to your busy schedule. The magic in a bottle is a multi-tasker that moisturises your skin while it slows down the appearance of signs of ageing such as lines and wrinkles.

Origins No Puffery Cooling Roll-On (SGD55) – Equipped with a metal ball that helps to cool down the eye area while give it a good massage, the yeast extract and mushroom extract from the clear formula helps to visibly de-puff eye bags and calm skin so redness can subside. Formulated without parabens, sulfates and phthalates, this is safe for all skin types and is great for on-the-go freshening up.

Fancl Bright Lift tablets – Formulated with Apple Polyphenol, the tablets work by preventing old collagen build-up led by photo-ageing, while promoting collagen production so skin looks firmer and more radiant. You’re to take the six tablets every day (three per intake), best taken after breakfast and dinner.

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