Cool your skin this summer with a refreshing blast of the A’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 Skin’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 – it can also be used to set make-up. Trilogy’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 Bourjois’ Palette Les Nudes ($28), a kit of eight pastel and nude eyeshadow shades that can be used alone or together – we love the swivel-top mirror. It’s easy to overlook your hands when it comes to hydration, but with L’Occitane’s new Shea Butter Hand Cream ($42), you’ll want to make it your main beauty focus. The rich formula is the only product you’ll need in your purse to soothe hands weakened by environmental aggressions. Chanel’s Le Bi-Phase Visage ($59) combines two marine plant extracts – blue micro-algae and marine salicornia – 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 brand’s popular Eight Hour Cream, Elizabeth Arden’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).