Aisling’s Picks: Give your skin its beauty sleep

Treat yourself from head to toe with this week’s beauty picks

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AESOPJETSET_2048X2048_WEBAesop Jet Set (€35 Samui Boutique Cork)

If you are someone who likes travel mini sets than this is definitely one to go for.

The delicious fragrances of Aesop products are enough to revive and refresh even the weariest traveller.

Lancome Belle de Teint (from June €43)

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This is not an ordinary powder compact as the eight shades of Belle de Teint have been formulated to work with different skin tones which all radiate light in different ways.

There is some skin blurring action going on too which sets makeup and will not settle into lines.

FORMULA_WEBFormula Perfect Radiance Vitamin C Serum (€15 Marks & Spencer)

With a substantial 4% Vitamin C and proven water attracting ingredients, this serum has a silky finish that moisturises instantly.

A good solid buy.

No7 Early Defence Night Cream (€24.95)

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Many night creams are too rich and heavy for younger or oily skin.

The light, almost gel like texture of this cream makes it a refreshing night time solution.

Micropedi Nano (€29.95 special offer price)

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A travel sized home pedicure system that removes dry, hard skin in seconds using an anti bacterial system which is gentle on the soft bits but displays no mercy when it comes to the hard stuff.

You will be delightfully disgusted by the pile of yellow shavings that it buffs off your trotters.

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BIOESSENCE_WEBBio essence Hydra Tri-Action Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask (€29 Cultbeauty.co.uk)

Stop everything. Everyone must get one of these immediately. This Korean mask contains two types of hyaluronic acid which combine to form large drops of water on the skin. Pat these in gently and in the morning you will have given your skin the best hydrating boost of its life. Suitable for all skin types, this is an amazing mask and possibly the best fun you will every have at bedtime.

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