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For me it’s not so much a ‘dry January’ as a ‘dry skin January’ and no matter how much moisturiser I slap on I’m not seeing any improvement, writes Louisa Walters. This week I had a one-to-one Zoom skin consultation with the lovely Kate at Pai Skincare.

Without being pushy or salesy she told me all the things I could be doing to improve my skincare and explained why this works, that’s a waste of time and most importantly, the correct order of doing things.

I’m excited to get going with my new routine using my new products and even more excited to tell you that we’ve teamed up with Pai Skincare to offer you the chance to win a £200 gift card to spend on its certified organic skincare range.

Pai believes that skin – no matter how sensitive – deserves the best natural ingredients, without compromising on efficacy. Each and every product is proudly created and manufactured at its London HQ, with a mission to deliver results-driven skincare with goodness built in.

Founded by Sarah Brown after her own struggle to find powerful skincare to suit her sensitive skin, Pai’s entire range is certified natural and organic by COSMOS, and independently patch tested for complete peace of mind.

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Terms and Conditions: The £200 gift voucher can only be redeemed on UK-based orders via No cash alternative will be offered. The winner will receive a code for the total value of £200 which must be redeemed in one purchase. The code will be associated with the winner’s email address which must be used as the email address at checkout. Employees, partners and affiliates of Jewish News and Pai Skincare are not eligible to enter this competition.

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