Cool your skin this summer with a refreshing blast of the Aâ€™Kin Hydrating Mist Toner ($19.95), infused with organic coconut water to instantly refresh and hydrate. The sonic cleanser trend continues with the launch of the PuraSonic Viva ($69), which cleanses, tones and exfoliates in just one minute. Catering to different skin types, three brush heads include Gentle, Everyday and Deep Cleanse.
A spritz of Synergie Skinâ€™s new Enviroshield ($89) as the final step of your beauty regimen is all you need to protect skin against the harmful effects of airborne pollution and infrared damage â€“ it can also be used to set make-up. Trilogyâ€™s new Body Range includes a totally luxurious Pure Plant Body Oil ($27.95), unscented and silky to hydrate, nourish and improve skin health. Great for stretch marks and scarring. Add instant shimmer to your eyelids with Bourjoisâ€™ Palette Les Nudes ($28), a kit of eight pastel and nude eyeshadow shades that can be used alone or together â€“ we love the swivel-top mirror. Itâ€™s easy to overlook your hands when it comes to hydration, but with Lâ€™Occitaneâ€™s new Shea Butter Hand Cream ($42), youâ€™ll want to make it your main beauty focus. The rich formula is the only product youâ€™ll need in your purse to soothe hands weakened by environmental aggressions. Chanelâ€™s Le Bi-Phase Visage ($59) combines two marine plant extracts â€“ blue micro-algae and marine salicornia â€“ to clear skin of impurities and remove even the most stubborn make-up and pollution particles that settle on the surface of the skin. Continuing the legacy of the brandâ€™s popular Eight Hour Cream, Elizabeth Ardenâ€™s new Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist is an instantly invigorating facial spray that hydrates, soothes and refreshes thanks to ingredients such as aloe juice and apple leaf extract ($38).