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SkinCeuticals Tripeptide-R Neck Repair
According to dermatologists, the skin on your neck is thinner than other parts of the body, which means it deserves a little extra TLC. That's where SkinCeuticals Tripeptide-R Neck Repair comes in. Made with a 2.5 percent tripeptide concentrate, a skin-firming peptide derived from amino acids, the lightweight cream hydrates and smoothes fine lines on the neck all day long.
$120 (Shop Now)
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Bliss Clear Genius Clarifying Toner + Serum
The unique jelly texture in the Bliss Clear Genius Clarifying Toner + Serum is really one of a kind. This toner-serum hybrid has a formula packed with alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic and lactic acids) and beta hydroxy acids (salicylic acid) to gently exfoliate, making it perfect for acne-prone skin. Apply it with a cotton round or just pat it into your skin with your fingers — either way, you'll be saying bye-bye to breakouts in no time.
$15 (Available August 6)
- 3 / 5
Kopari Coconut Water Moisture Cream
Summer, for us, means Sahara-Desert dry skin. So thank goodness Kopari just launched its new Coconut Water Moisture Cream, a lightweight lotion made with a cocktail of hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, and coconut water to deeply hydrate skin from head to toe.
$25 (Shop Now)
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- 4 / 5
Pop Beauty Be Gone! Clarifying Cica Stick
Beloved makeup brand Pop Beauty has officially launched skin care. The new collection consists of 19 products, but the Be Gone! Clarifying Cica Stick is our personal favorite. The soothing formula inside the handheld stick is a blend of cica (a sensitive-skin-friendly ingredient that calms inflammation), aloe, and cucumber that delivers a cool-to-the-touch feeling while reducing redness and breakouts.
$12 (Shop Now)
- 5 / 5
StriVectin Advanced Resurfacing Daily Reveal Exfoliating Pads
StriVectin Daily Reveal Exfoliating Pads are made with glycolic and salicylic acids to clear up blemishes and resurface skin's texture. The micro-peel pads are gentle enough to use daily, and you'll get 60 saturated rounds in each tub, so that makes enough for roughly two months.
$45 (Shop Now)
Healthy, happy hair will be yours with the best shampoo, conditioner, treatments and styling products.
The line is expected to be available in 2021.
Heavy creams and thick oils? Probably not what you're reaching for when the temperatures rise. Still, it's obviously important to treat your skin well year-round and, while there are some winners 365 days a year, there are other goodies that truly shine come summertime. Speaking of shine, let's talk about reducing oil- and sweat-induced shininess that often pops up in the heat, and how to boost that glow you'll have when your skin is sun-protected, too. These top-rated products can also help hydrate without unnecessary heaviness, and feature ingredients that practically scream summer like cucumber water, pineapple, papaya, and aloe vera. No matter your skin type, there's something on this list that can help with any concerns this season . . . even those arising from protective-mask wear. Ahead, find 24 bestselling skin-care products practically flying off Sephora's (virtual) shelves right now.
After a coronavirus-induced pivot to philanthropy, the brand, Woo, is expanding next week.
- Martha Stewart Living
Creating a natural glow starts with selecting a product that suits your complexion.
Including beauty sets that offer major savings, luxurious skin-care picks that rarely go on sale and a candle that evokes the great outdoors.
I'm going to be honest with you: even though I haven’t paid full price for shampoo, moisturizer, or even body wash in what could easily be the past four years, your girl still loves a sale. As a beauty writer, I'm lucky to get a lot of my products gifted to me for free. But, that doesn’t mean you won't still see me surfing Sephora's sale section for coveted markdowns on Pat McGrath lipsticks or find me first in virtual line at Ulta's 50% off event. And because I'm constantly keeping tabs on the fluctuating prices of my favorite goods, I've decided to share the best of my bookmarked beauty deals with you. Welcome to The Score, courtesy of your resident R29 beauty thrifter (me!), where you can shop my premium product hit list sourced from the best sale sections across the internet. Things may feel a little uncertain right now, but you can count on me to dutifully update this story as often as the next big Sunday Riley discount or Supergoop! deal drops. Ahead, find everything from luxe value-bundled sets to price-chopped Fenty Beauty and beyond. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. The product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Our Editors' Favorite Drugstore Face MasksEvery Deal Dropping During Ulta's Big Beauty SaleHow To Shop Sephora's Half-Off Beauty Sale
The right toner will reset your skin to neutral.
I tested them all — here's my genuine opinion.
- Marie Claire
A dermatologist explains.
- Who What Wear
I do more than just drink a lot of water.
Raise your hand if your skin has been putting up a fight since, well, March. (I can't see you, so I'm just going to assume you're in the same boat and move on.) Stress, face coverings, trying new products back to back, a bad sleep schedule - all of this can take a toll on your skin and lead to an increase in breakouts, flare-ups, and irritation. To combat this, Lili Reinhart has been stepping up her skin-care game and gave her followers a peek at the products she's leaning on the most. Renée Rouleau, Augustinus Bader, and other cult-favorite brands were included in the snapshot on her Instagram Stories. "Shoutout to some of my faves getting me through these days," read the text on the photo. Also included in the mix with her beauty products is a Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare facial steamer. A steam treatment can help loosen the gunk in your pores, allow products to penetrate deeper into the skin, and also clear your sinuses. (This must be the key to Reinhart's glowing complexion, therefore we're buying one ASAP.) Take a closer look at the products in Reinhart's stay-at-home beauty routine ahead.
The Black-owned Topicals beauty brand targets chronic skin conditions, and amassed a wait list of 10,000 pre-launch.
- Meredith Videos
It’s earned over 2,700 perfect reviews.
From Tatcha's skin-softening cleanser to Urban Decay's dewy setting spray.
- Meredith Videos
Here's what you need to know.
We're tired of our dark skin not being considered worthy and beautiful. In the wake of the Black Lives Matter Movement, Eurocentric ideals of beauty have been brought to the world's attention.
I know I'm not alone in saying that these last few months have been very transformative for my beauty routine. My skin-care routine has gotten longer, while my makeup routine is a fraction of what it was before. Where I was so used to doing a full face of makeup for work every day, now I'm opting for minimal products in the interest of time. With that in mind, the products that are sparking joy for me right now aren't new eyeshadow palettes or lipstick shades - they're multitasking, skin-care-makeup hybrids. Enter: Huda Beauty's Honey Balm Jelly Moisturizer, the brand's newest product innovation and first moisturizer in the Wishful Skincare line. When I first learned of the new Honey Balm Jelly Moisturizer, I was sold by the words multitasking, instant glow, and smooth skin with or without makeup. Dewy skin is always on my mind and I'm constantly looking for products that will boost luminosity. While I love a good liquid highlighter, these days my cosmetics routine is limited to just the staples and it truthfully doesn't always make the cut. As someone who thinks skin-care first, I love the idea of getting radiance from a moisturizer instead.
- In The Know
Topicals, the WOC-led brand addressing skin conditions just launched at Nordstrom, and hundreds of shoppers are already interested in the brand.
Your skin is in a constant state of flux. When you’re young it feels bright, elastic, and unstoppable. Scratch your face in your sleep? Don’t worry, it’ll heal in a few days. Wake up Sunday morning with a raging hangover? Nothing can dull your glowing complexion. However as you grow older, one of the most […]
We regret to inform you the $265 cream is absolutely as good as the price tag would indicate.Originally Appeared on Glamour
Jenny Han, Jasmine Guillory, Emily Giffin, and more tell us what they're putting in their beach totes this summer. Originally Appeared on Glamour
- The Oprah Magazine
Spend the dog days of summer with these 22 reads.From Oprah Magazine
- Who What Wear
From cold sores to dandruff to melasma to chaffing.
Summer is winding down, but we are still making the most of the warm weather with nature hikes, outdoor workouts, and healthy snacks. Check out the health and fitness products our Fitness editors are loving this month.
Why are there so many branded products and logos in Netflix originals? We explain all the product placement you're seeing in Netflix shows and films.
While most people find applying body lotion to be a supremely relaxing (and possibly necessary) part of their self-care routine, it's the part I loathe most. So much so that I usually skip it. Why? Lotion is...
Plus, all of the products are available on Amazon for less than $10.
We’re talking discounts on essential skin care, high-tech hair tools, and luxury makeup.
- Who What Wear
They're so easy.
DropX allows for brands to launch or auction products to StockX's user base and at a higher frequency than the IPO model.
- Harper's Bazaar
Derm-approved formulas to wear every single day.From Harper's BAZAAR
- Marie Claire
“This collection is very important to me," says Union of her relaunched hair care line.
Her go-to moisturizer only costs $18!
Psst, over here. We have the skinny on what new snacks, drinks and easy dinner staples are hitting Trader Joe’s shelves this August. Here are 13 products to toss in your cart next time you hit the aisles this...
- The Mighty
B.L. Acker explains why many things society considers "lazy" are really self-care when you have a chronic illness or disability.
- Meredith Videos
Skin bias is real, and it puts skin of color at risk.
"There was a real friction point in not having something that could serve everyone."
- Meredith Videos
An alarming new CDC report cited several cases of people ingesting a product that's only supposed to be applied to skin.
All the big weekend buys you can't afford to miss.Originally Appeared on GQ
The nail tech tells Allure how disappointed she is in the customer's reckless behavior.
Megan Thee Stallion actually did her own makeup.
The singer shared her new detailed manicure to her Instagram stories.
The ultimate in sustainable beauty swaps that still feel as luxe as your favorite conventional products.Originally Appeared on Allure