Every month we hear about new products that have been released into the beauty world that we just have to try and sometimes if we are lucky enough – we get to do just that #perksofthejob. Like with every new release, it can be hard to know what you should be spending your money on and… what you shouldn’t. So, we have rounded up a few of our top picks of new release products from the last month so that you can try them for yourself.
Dermalogica Hydro Masque Exfoliant $108
This new product from Dermalogica is a five-minute masque that is said to exfoliate and hydrate the skin thanks to its biodegradable spheres made from calcium alginate, which is derived from brown seaweed. The masque’s key ingredients include – bamboo which is rich in minerals, snow mushroom, which holds 450x its weight in water for the ultimate hydration, Phytolipids from Jojoba seed, Sunflower and Safflower to help fortify the skins moisture barrier, amino acids from Sugar Beets to help strengthen the skins barrier and Cucumber extract for a soothing finish.
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Skin Replenishing Essence Micro Capsules $95
This new release from Elizabeth Arden is the perfect pick me up for dull and fatigued skin. The revitalizing formula contains rare orchid stem cells, red algae extract and Tsubaki oil ferment which helps to enhance the skins natural production of moisture-boosting ceramides. The formula is super light-weight and absorbs fast into the skin without leaving a sticky residue.
ManukaRX Ointment $19.95
This brand new product is going to be your new favourite handbag item. The ManukaRX ointment is an everything product – it aids your bodies natural healing ability, a balm to help with dry cracked lips, broken cuticles, dry patches, insect bites and cracked skin – just to name a few. ManukaRX ointment is made from a strong blend of natural ingredients that provide healing and antibacterial properties.
Emma Lewisham Triple Vitamin A+ Face Oil $137
This Retinol Face Oil is a 100% natural vitamin A derivative, formulated with natural skincare ingredient, bakuchiol. Bakuchiol is a gentle form of vitamin A and is proven to be as efficacious as synthetic forms of retinol, in building cell walls and plumping the skin’s tone and texture, without the negative chemical symptoms, such as irritation, dryness and redness. This product is also safe to use in pregnancy, unlike its synthetic counterparts.
Trilogy Bakuchoil+ Booster Treatment $44.99
This new treatment from Trilogy boosts the skin with power-ingredient – bakuchoil, a plant-based alternative to retinol. The treatment also promises to stimulate collagen production, hydrate the skin, thanks to the inclusion of squalane and the omega-rich hemp and rosehip oils we well as meadowfoam work together to promote firm, smooth and rejuvenated skin.