These 11 New Skincare Products Make You a Better Lover
It’s 2021 and time is already flying by. New Year's resolutions have kicked into high gear and self-care is at an all time high. If there’s one thing the past year has taught us, it’s the importance of taking care of our physical, emotional, and mental well-being. If new skincare products are part of that for you, keep reading.
Skin-rituals do not fall out of the self-care category, in fact, they are one of the most important parts of anyone's self-care habits. So many benefits come along with healthy skin-care rituals like boosted confidence, regulated skin temperature, hydration, protection from UV rays, and more.
Do you feel as though your skincare ritual is lacking? Are you looking for new skincare products in 2021 to spice up the self-care? Look no further. We understand the itch for something new in a skin-care ritual, so we have outlined 11 new skincare products that you will surely adore.
1. Hero Cosmetics Clear Collective Exfoliating Jelly Cleanser
Do you love exfoliation? Hero’s new exfoliating jelly cleanser may be right up your alley. It contains glycolic and mandelic acids (AHAs) to exfoliate the skin and dissolve dead skin build up. The formula is non-comedogenic, oil-free, and works well with combination skin. Hero’s exfoliating jelly cleanser also unclogs pores and gently resurfaces and evens skin-tone thanks to willow bark extract and gluconolactone. A major perk of this product is that it is only $12.99 for the benefits it provides. Check out all the tips of facial exfoliation here.
2. Mario Badescu Caffeine Eye Cream
Yep, you read that right, caffeine eye cream. The caffeine-infused hydration revitalizes tired under-eyes. Some of the key ingredients include of course de-puffing caffeine, replenishing squalene and lecithin, hydrating sodium hyaluronate, and nourishing jojoba. These top tier ingredients received the “best” rating under Paula’s Choice Skincare dictionary emphasizing their quality and credibility. $18
3. Mele No Shade Sunscreen Oil SPF 30
Mele’s new no shade sunscreen oil makes protecting our skin from harmful UV rays easier and more enjoyable. The product is formulated without parabens, alcohol, mineral oil, and phthalates. It’s also dermatologically tested and works well with dry skin, combination skin, and mature skin. Even though the product is an oil, it absorbs quickly and leaves no residue or streaking. You can apply this product before your makeup or bring it to a pool day to re-apply throughout your time in the sun. $19.99
4. Olay Regenerist Collagen Peptide24 Hydrating Moisturizer
Olay’s new Collagen Peptide moisturizer is the answer to everyone's hydrating prayers. It’s packed with vitamins B3 and B5, collagen peptides, glycerin and more. Aside from moisturizing, the cream also helps with firming and fine lines and wrinkles. Use the product morning and night for 24 hour hydration without feeling sticky or greasy. $38.99
5. Summer Friday’s Cloud Dew Oil-Free Gel Cream Moisturizer
Summer Friday’s vegan, cruelty-free moisturizer has been deemed clean at Sephora and is jam packed with ceramides, amino acids, antioxidants, and three types of hyaluronic acids. The gel cream moisturizer is suitable for normal, dry, combination, and oily skin. Aside from tackling hydration, the moisturizer also helps uneven texture and dullness. $42.00
6. The Inkey List Succinic Acid Acne Treatment
Finding a good spot acne treatment product can be a challenge but Inkey’s Succinic Acid Acne Treatment may have cracked the code. The product already has 13K loves after only being on sale for a couple of weeks and has been deemed clean at Sephora. It’s non-drying, gentle, and can be worn under makeup without flaking and can also be used at nighttime. For it’s high quality and price tag of $8.99, this product is most definitely a steal.
7. Simple Skincare Instant Glow and Defend Wipes
Simple Skincare is kind to the skin and planet. All their wipes are compostable and formulated without Phthalates, Propyl-paraben & Butyl-paraben, and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). These wipes are a great choice for those that are sensitive to fragrances as they are fragrance free. Remove your makeup (including waterproof mascara) and brighten your skin tone with Simple Skincare’s Instant Glow and Defend Wipes. $5.49
8. L’Oreal Paris Sublime Water Drops
You do not always need the sun to achieve a glowing tan. Enter: L’Oreal Paris Sublime Water Drops. Pair these facial drops with your favorite moisturizer and body tanner to achieve a glowy bronze all over. The drops moisturize with hyaluronic acid and are free from fragrances and dye. Be sure to apply sunscreen with your bronzy tan as the drops to not have any SPF in them. $16.59
9. Clarins Total Cleansing Oil
If makeup removing wipes do not suit your skin-care ritual, Clarins Total Cleansing Oil may be the perfect addition. It’s milky formula melts away long-wearing makeup, mascara (including waterproof), and pollutants. The cleansing oil leaves skin soft and radiant thanks to the moringa extract and sunflower oil. $35
10. Holi Frog Halo AHA + BHA Evening Serum
Holi Frogs new Halo AHA + BHA Evening Serum exfoliates and resurfaces the skin addressing uneven skin tone and texture, excess sebum, fine lines, and enlarged pores. Plant oils and antioxidants in the formula work to nourish the skin and repair skin cell damage. Holi Frog suggests using a full dropper all over the face and neck after cleansing and toning, then follow with a moisturizer. $58
11. Cover FX Custom Blending Moisturizer
Cover FX’s Custom Blending Moisturizer covers the skin-care and makeup prep bases. The product is infused with prebiotics, probiotics, hyaluronic acid, anti-stress adapters, and jojoba oil creating a hydrated, flawless base for whatever comes next. $42.00
2021 has really outdone itself so far with all the incredible new skincare products available to try and love. Although these products were our picks to showcase, this list only scratches the surface of new skincare products available since the start of the new year. Check out your favorite beauty stores like Ulta, Sephora, Target, and more to check out the new skincare products that have hit their shelves.
Written by Lauren Conklin