Vitamin A: The anti-ager
1 Murad Retinol Youth Renewal Serum, $189. This newbie delivers its retinol in a lipid shell that releases the wrinkle-busting ingredient into the skin over time, for less irritation.
2 Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum, $39.99, combines its retinol with hyaluronic acid to give skin a moisture boost at the same time.
Vitamin B: The beautifier
1 Aspect Extreme B17, $129.95, infuses skin with all of the group B vitamins, including niacinamide.
2 Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream, $48.99, features niacinamide as one of its three active ingredients that help to fight skin fatigue in ageing skin cells.
Vitamin C: The brightener
1 Clinique Fresh Pressed Daily Booster with Pure Vitamin C 10, $130. Vitamin C can degrade once exposed to air, which is why this system is so clever. It allows you to mix two drops of the 10 per cent Vitamin C booster into your regular moisturiser for maximum freshness.
2 The Body Shop Vitamin C Glow-Revealing Liquid Peel, $50. Massage this in upwards motions onto dry skin. As the camu camu berry formula dries, it peels, lifting away impurities which can then be rinsed away to leave skin bright and smooth.
DNA enzymes: The regenerators
1 Asap DNA Renewal Treatment, $159. Telomeres are vital to healthy DNA strands and this serum works to prevent damage to them along with a multi-peptide complex and stem cell technology to get our skin cells acting younger.
2 Nivea Cellular Anti-Age Skin Rejuvenation Eye Cream, $27.99. An amino acid derivative called creatine works to slow down our skin’s natural cell ageing process and improves DNA protection.