Many of us have had to abandon our normal skincare routines. We say take advantage of your home isolation and start going bare.

Try these regenerative skincare products to give your face and body a new lease of life.

Add a little radiance to your day

The St. Moriz Advanced Radiant Glow Face Mist has a streak-free formula that is packed with vitamin E and aloe vera. Leaving your face beautifully bronzed, glowing, and hydrated. This works well without makeup, giving you that natural “just back from Europe” look.

St. Moriz Advanced Radiant Glow Face Mist is available for £9.99 from

Exfoliate your body and your face

Sample life in the slow lane with Cowshed’s Lazy Soothing Shower Scrub. Sleep-promoting essential oils of chamomile, jasmine and sandalwood are offset by amber and almond particles to gently exfoliate your skin. Use for rough bumps on the outer arm and any flaky areas — apply to your legs between shaving to keep dryness and flecks at bay.

Cowshed's light exfoliator rejuvenates your body in isolation.

Lazy Cow Soothing Body Scrub is available for £20 from

Say goodbye to those unwanted hairs

We might not be able to soak up the sunshine and its lightening benefits, but we do have Jolen.

Use on clean, dry skin to prevent the oiliness in moisturisers and make up creating a barrier between the hair and the crème bleach. “After application the treated area should also not be exposed to sunlight for 24 hours,” advices Danielle Hudson, Celebrity Makeup Artist and Jolen Expert. Perfect for unwelcome hairs on the face and for lightening arm hair.

Hairs don't stop growing in isolation. Use Jolen to get rid of unwelcome hairs.

Jolen Cream Bleach Mild is available for £4.35 from

Channel days at the beach

Detoxify and brighten your skin with the travel-sized Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay Porefining Face Mask from Oliver Bonas. Its formula designed to tighten pores, invigorate a dull complexion and boost radiance.

Formulated with Australian pink clay that acts as a magnet for toxins to detoxify the skin, and Australian botanicals to stimulate cell production, tackle pigmentation clusters, soothe irritation and boost collagen production, this mask aims to refine the skin to leave you with a clear, even complexion.

Oliver Bonas makes social isolation fabulous with this hydrating clay.

The Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay Porefining Face Mask will be available in mid-April from

Smells that are good enough to eat

Part of the Beaute de Cacao line from Hotel Chocolate, the Cacao and Kaolin Thermal Clay Body Mask is rich in Cacao butter and macadamia seed oil to soften skin. The self-heating kaolin clay revitalises circulation for a healthy glow. Apply from neck to toe, massage as heat intensifies, then step into rainforest shower. Reveal island-ready skin.

Isolation can't stop super smooth skin with this self-heating body mask

Cacao and Kaolin Thermal Clay Body Mask is available for £14.95 from

According to the skincare experts at Superdrug, it’s good to go bare-skinned as it gives your pores the chance to breathe — clogged pores are the main cause of skin imperfections such as blemishes or spots. See their isolation essentials here.

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