The top 4 skincare products to have in your kit

The top 4 skincare products to have in your kit

Skincare is a booming market in Australia and beyond because healthy and beautiful skin is always in. According to Mordor Intelligence, the Australian skincare products market will reach $219.28 million by 2025. There is no shortage of skincare products available to take care of your skin and to make this a self care ritual that you look forward to and enjoy everyday. Many beauty experts agree that some products are more important than others and should feature in your kit regardless of your unique skincare goals. Below are some must-have skincare products worth investing in.


Exfoliators enhance your skin's texture by eliminating the surface layer. Removing the dead skin layer sounds harsh, but it is not. In fact, removing a layer of dead skin will reveal younger and more beautiful skin, bringing you closer to your skincare goals. In addition, exfoliators facilitate better absorption of products such as moisturisers, serums, and even makeup. You can use a very gentle exfoliating wash daily if you are scared of using a harsher variant. However, experts recommend exfoliating your skin once or twice a week as part of your weekly skincare routine.

Moisturiser with SPF

Dry skin is the bane of proper skin care, so it is prudent to invest in a great moisturiser to keep your skin hydrated. Indeed, a moisturiser will replace moisture your skin loses to cold or hot weather, indoor heat, and air conditioning and prevent its future loss. Moisturisers also slow down signs of ageing by making your skin look plump and firm. Your acne problem can also be easily solved with a great moisturiser. You can purchase a great moisturiser from trusted outlets such as Auswax, so keep this in mind. However, remember to select one with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of at least 30, as recommended by the Cancer Council.


It would help to use a serum before applying your moisturiser, so keep this in mind. Your serum is like a vitamin tablet, and the moisturiser is the drink of water to wash it down. Serums are packed with vitamins, nutrients and other highly effective nutrients that can transform your skin. Consequently, it is arguably the single greatest addition to your skincare kit if you aren't using one already. Admittedly, serums can be a little expensive, but on the flip side, you won't need to buy a new one very often because you use a very small amount each time.

Eye Cream

Great eye cream is a must-have skincare product because you are likely the one in three Australians that does not get enough sleep. Inadequate sleep can cause dark circles under the eyes and cause the area to look quite wrinkled. However, you can apply eye cream to plump up the skin and rejuvenate it. Also, you can use eye cream in the morning for hydration and to light up the under-eye area. Some of the essential ingredients to look out for in your eye cream include peptides, hyaluronic acid, retinoids, and Vitamins C, E, and K.

Team TDP

Back to blog