The New Beauty Products You Need To Try This Month
#1: Lotus Youth Preserve Rescue Mask, $105
This luxurious jar promises hydrated, soothed and nourished skin in just 5 minutes. Kombu seaweed flakes and red algae particles provide grit for some gentle exfoliation as well.
#2: Clarins Sos Primer, $56
Clarins released 6 new primers that are enriched with organic sea lily extract to keep the skin hydrated and an anti-pollution complex to protect the skin from the elements. All this, while priming and prepping for seamless makeup application.
#3: Lancôme UV Expert Tone Up Milk SPF 50PA PA++++, $95
A new addition to Lancôme’s UV Expert range, this tone up milk is inspired by Korean trends. It imparts the skin with a glow and smooths texture, whilst protecting your skin from the sun. The Tone Up Milk also protects skin from smoke & PM2.5 particles, so it’s an easy all-in-one.
#4: Kenzoki Belle De Jour Dream Night Mask, $136
Kenzo relaunches their Kenzoki skincare line in Sephora. This night mask from their Bell Du Jour line addresses every concern you can think of, from dullness to dehydration. It provides a well-rounded anti-ageing solution as white lotus flower works its magic while you sleep.
#5: MDNA Skin Chrome Clay Mask, $190 for 50ml
Madonna’s skincare line has finally launched in Singapore. Working together with MTG, a renowned Japanese beauty company, their Chrome Clay Mask is highly coveted for its purifying and non-drying properties. Mineral rich clay from the thermal springs of Montecatini draws out impurities and nourishes skin at the same time, leaving it glowing and clear.
#6: Make Up For Ever Artist Color Shadow, refills $24 and refillable palettes start at $4
If you are an eyeshadow junkie who loves playing with colours, Make Up For Ever will be your new playground. Their newly formulated Artist Color Shadows come in 118 colours and in 5 different finishes including matte, metallic, diamond, satin and iridescent. You can create your own perfect palette.
#7: For Beloved One Flawless Brightening Ethyl Ascorbic Acid Essence, $78 got 30ml
Made specifically for Asian skin that tends to tan easily and produce melanin upon sun exposure, this essence is packed with vitamin C to brighten dark spots, freckles and overall dullness. It also helps inhibit melanin production to help reduce the chances of dark spots forming. Great for anyone suffering from hyperpigmentation issues.
#8: Skinceuticals Discolouration Defense, $159 for 30ml
Skin experts, SkinCeuticals are offering a new product that tackles pigmentation issues such as melasma and discolouration. Powered with Tranexamic Acid, this serum fades dark spots to create a more even-toned complexion.
#9: Innisfree Vivid Creamy Tints, $16
Known for their matte tints, Innisfree is now rolling out creamy, more hydrating formulas but with the punch in pigment. With 12 new colours to choose from, these creamy lip tints glide across your lips for a fuller, more kissable pout.
#10: Albion Infinesse White Bright Force Wash, $63
Albion’s whitening range has been revamped and reformulated for added efficacy against dullness and discolouration. The Bright Force Wash has enzymes to eat away dead skin cells to reveal a clearer, less congested complexion with every wash.
#11: Biotherm Life Plankton Sensitive Balm, $72 for 50ml
Sensitive and reactive skin can be a pain to deal with as it requires more maintenance and nourishment than normal skins. Biotherm’s new Sensitive Balm is a skin soothing barrier against the harsh elements. On top of that, it has 5% Life Plankton to soothe and hydrate. The formulation itself is free from any possible nasties that skins might react to.
#12: Pixi Glow Tonic, $45 for 250ml
A cult product by Pixi, this 5% glycolic acid toner is what shot the brand into international fame. The toner offers daily chemical exfoliation to slough away dead skin and boost cell turnover, resulting in brighter, blemish-free skin and a smoother canvas for makeup.