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Customisable skincare with 5 serums and a moisturiser to help you age naturally

Regardless whether you're in your 20s, 30s or older, this range will help you achieve your skincare goals
 

Beautiful skin means different things to different women. Some love the way their skin looks and prefer to age as naturally as possible, while others wish they could have wrinkle-free skin forever.

For women in the first category mentioned above, Dior has created the Capture Youth line to boost the skin’s overall well-being and address issues like dullness, oiliness, dehydration, sagging and sensitivity. The line has one universal moisturiser for all skin types, and five targeted serums. If you’re in your 20s, think of this as your first anti-ageing skincare line; if you’re in your 30s and 40s, it gives skin a bit more than just hydration, but won’t have obvious effects on deeper wrinkles or dark spots.


The Capture Youth Age-delay Advanced Creme

The face moisturiser called Age-delay Advanced Creme helps skin retain moisture and protects against free radicals. The five serums do different things: Glow Booster is for skin radiance and clarity; Plump Filler deeply hydrates; Matte Maximizer clears congested pores and regulates sebum production; Lift Sculptor is to repair and firm; and Redness Soother is meant to calm irritation, reduce redness and strengthen skin.

 

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These serums are designed to be compatible with one another, so they can be mixed and matched according to your preferences and needs. Mix them together in your palms and massage over skin, or treat problem areas with the relevant specific serum. There are no rules. You can even use all five at one go.


From left: Capture Youth Glow Booster, Capture Youth Lift Sculptor, Capture Youth Matte Maximizer, Capture Youth Redness Soother & Capture Youth Plump Filler

Dior Capture Youth Age-delay Advanced Creme costs $152, while each of the five serums comes in a 30ml bottle that costs $152. 

 

This story was originally published in the January 2018 issue of Her World magazine.