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Know the effectiveness of good old- Cleansing, Toning, Moisturising (CTM) routine here. Pixabay

The market today is flooded with products catering to different skin types and addressing specific problems. But no one can deny the effectiveness of good old- Cleansing, Toning, Moisturising (CTM) routine.

With the monsoon in the horizon, mattifying products work best to achieve balanced skin. Read on to find the right product for your skin needs:


Cleansing: Look for a mattifying cleanser which is ideal for perfectly balanced skin; it normalizes oil production and skin hydration levels.

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Toning: A crucial part of skincare, toning can transcend to a whole new level with a mattifying Toner, which has a non-sticky formula and absorbs in quickly, giving it a smooth finish and refining its texture.

Moisturizing: A mattifying Night Cream and Day Cream are ideal for your day and night skincare routines. Such products absorb quickly into the skin and smoothen it in the process, giving it an oil-free look all day and deeply moisturising it all night.


Due to monsoon, humidity and dirt can take a toll on your skin and may result in acne. Pixabay

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With Monsoon approaching, humidity and dirt can take a toll on your skin and may result in acne.

Cleansing: Formulations with Witch Hazel Extract and Eucalyptus Extracts help to exfoliate skin and remove dead skin cells that block pores.

Toning: A blemish clearing toner removes excess oil and traces of dirt, make-up, refines and clarifies everything.

Masking: Formulated with mineral clay and silicas, a mask will pull out all the dirt, oil and pore clogging debris like a magnet.


Formulations with Witch Hazel Extract and Eucalyptus Extracts help to exfoliate skin. Pixabay

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Blackhead clearing liquid Extraction strip: It’s an Innovative gel formula that transform from a liquid to a peel of patch to provide extraction of blackheads, leaving behind supple & clear skin.

Spot gel: A target treatment reduces inflammation quickly to alleviate the flare ups. A higher level of Salicylic acid which penetrates into and will give quick results.

As we try to stick to our favourite beauty products, rotating products according to seasons should be a vital part of your beauty regimen. (IANS)


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Rihanna was then summoned from her seat to accept the honor, with the Prime Minister managing to rouse a laugh from the singer when she referenced her 2012 hit 'Diamonds', reports femalefirst.co.uk. She added: "On behalf of a grateful nation, but an even prouder people, we therefore present to you, the designee, for the national hero of Barbados." "And to accept on behalf of a grateful nation - you can come my dear - ambassador Robyn Rihanna Fenty, may you continue to shine like a diamond and bring honor to your nation." Rihanna, who was born in the St Michael parish of Barbados, found fame in 2005 after being spotted by a record producer and has since gone on to become one of the most successful female artists of all time with sales of over 250 million and recently reached billionaire status through her Fenty beauty brand.

The Prime Minister continued in her speech: "Commanding the imagination of the world through the pursuit of excellence, her creativity, her discipline, and above all else, her extraordinary commitment to the land of her birth. "Having satisfied that, Ambassador Robyn Rihanna Fenty has given service to Barbados which has been exemplified by visionary and pioneering leadership, extraordinary achievement and the attaining of the highest excellence to the Government of Barbados." It comes after a historic move for Barbados, which has become a republic after almost 400 years and welcomes its first president, Sandra Mason, after removing Queen Elizabeth as head of state. (IANS/ MBI)


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