Skincare SOS for her: beauty secrets from the experts

The cleansers, serums and eye creams that hit the spot

Shoe designer Jennifer Chamandi at home in London
Shoe designer Jennifer Chamandi at home in London | Image: Tina Hillier

Jennifer Chamandi, shoe designer

“I depend on Cellular Radiance Eye Cream by La Prairie now that I’m so sleep-deprived after having children, and Natura Bissé Diamond Cocoon Sheer Eye Cream is absolute magic.” La Prairie Cellular Radiance Eye Cream, £320 for 15ml; johnlewis.com. Natura Bissé Diamond Cocoon Sheer Eye Cream, £147 for 25ml; lookfantastic.com

La Prairie Cellular Radiance Eye Cream, £320 for 15ml
La Prairie Cellular Radiance Eye Cream, £320 for 15ml
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Delphine Ninous, creative director of Belstaff

“I change my skincare all the time but I always use French, pharmacy-style brands. Right now I am using Hydraphase Intense Légère moisturiser from La Roche-Posay. I like it because it is unfragranced and feels light and fresh.” £17.50 for 50ml; lookfantastic.com

La Roche-Posay Hydraphase Intense Légère, £17.50 for 50ml
La Roche-Posay Hydraphase Intense Légère, £17.50 for 50ml
Oskia Renaissance 360, £76 for 40ml
Oskia Renaissance 360, £76 for 40ml

Dyala Nusseibeh, director of the Abu Dhabi Art Fair

“Oskia London is my go-to brand for skincare. The Renaissance 360 Anti-Ageing & Brightening Supreme Cream keeps my skin hydrated and fresh wherever I happen to find myself. The Eye Wonder Nutri-Active Eye Serum is brilliant for treating fine lines and dark circles.” Oskia Eye Wonder Nutri-Active Eye Serum, £52 for 10ml; Renaissance 360, £76 for 40ml; oskiaskincare.com

Artist Anicka Yi in her New York apartment
Artist Anicka Yi in her New York apartment | Image: Weston Wells
Drunk Elephant C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream, £54 for 15ml
Drunk Elephant C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream, £54 for 15ml

Anicka Yi, artist

“I’m pretty promiscuous with beauty products, but I always use an eye cream. The greasier, the more emollient, the better. I’m currently using one by Nourish, which glides on like a chapstick. Before that I was using Drunk Elephant eye cream.” Drunk Elephant C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream, £54 for 15ml; cultbeauty.co.uk. Nourish Kale Anti-Ageing Eye Cream, £30 for 10ml; nourishskinrange.com

Louise Trotter, creative director of Lacoste

“P50 is a toning and exfoliating lotion by Biologique Recherche that I use every evening. It’s the best product I’ve ever used – a game-changer.”£58 for 150ml; embassyofbeauty.co.uk

Biologique Recherche P50​​​​​​​, £58 for 150ml
Biologique Recherche P50​​​​​​​, £58 for 150ml
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair, £78 for 50ml
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair, £78 for 50ml

Victoria Siddall, global director of Frieze art fairs

“I’m never without Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair serum, which helps, I hope, to counteract all the travelling and late nights that are involved in my job.” £78 for 50ml; esteelauder.co.uk

Vestiaire Collective co-founder Fanny Moizant at home in Hong Kong
Vestiaire Collective co-founder Fanny Moizant at home in Hong Kong | Image: Inga Beckmann
Caudalie Premier Cru The Precious Oil, £52 for 29ml
Caudalie Premier Cru The Precious Oil, £52 for 29ml

Fanny Moizant, co-founder of Vestiaire Collective

“I use Joëlle Ciocco’s Crème Emulsionnante cleanser and Mat Reverser cream, a complexion-correcting treatment that really suits my skin. I also love Caudalie’s Premier Cru, a beautiful multipurpose facial oil.” Joëlle Ciocco Crème Emulsionnante, €62 for 50ml; Mat Reverser, €128 for 30ml; joelle-ciocco.com. Caudalie Premier Cru The Precious Oil, £52 for 29ml; caudalie.com

Dr Barbara Sturm Sun Drops SPF50 serum, £110 for 30ml
Dr Barbara Sturm Sun Drops SPF50 serum, £110 for 30ml
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Jessica McCormack, jeweller

“Dr Barbara Sturm’s Sun Drops serum is incredible. It’s SPF50 and you literally need two drops.” £110 for 30ml; net-a-porter.com

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