If you’re looking to add a little sizzle to your beauty routine this June, here’s what’s new at your virtual beauty counter.
For your skincare:
If you’re prone to reactive (AKA sensitive) skin, this comforting micro-foaming botanical cream cleanser removes impurities and buildup, while also tending to such skin. It’s earned the Clean at Sephora badge, while also remaining environmentally and socially conscious: Tata Harper Skincare is partnering with Trees for the Future for two years to plant 100,000 trees, revitalize 100 acres, and more.
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If you are a fan of facial oils, Caudalie is adding a reparative treatment oil to its clean line, intended for dry and sensitive skin. All-natural, this potent combo of organic grape seed, jojoba and essential rose oils is geared towards replenishing your skin’s natural moisture barrier, while you sleep. The line also includes a moisturizing sorbet and hyaluronic acid serum.
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Combining a trio of Japanese superfoods, Tatcha’s latest aims to hydrate, resurface, soften and plump the skin, all while earning the Clean at Sephora badge.
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Protect as you plump with Peter Thomas Roth’s Water Drench Broad Spectrum SPF. This reef-safe sunscreen includes ceramides and other ingredients to reduce the look of fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging skin, while omitting all the bad stuff: parabens, sulfates SLS and SLES.
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For your face:
The famed beauty blender is back in fun new limited-edition shades and shapes along with a vegan cleanser to keep your tools clean.
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Offering medium buildable coverage, this clean, vegan serum-infused foundation hydration for up to 12 hours, while covering imperfections and minimizing the look of pores, fine lines and wrinkles and still feeling like your own skin.
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Giving a shimmery finish is a dry oil aimed at an all-over glow. It includes meadowfoam seed oil and conflict-free diamond powder bring a cosmic glow perfect for hot summer nights.
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Watt-it-up with Benefit’s latest highlighter palette, in original rose gold, plus three exclusive shades that are blendable and provide a cream-to-powder finish.
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For your lips:
If you’re looking to moisturize as well as add some colour to your lips, ILIA’s latest Tint Hydrating Lip Balm does both. Ingredients feature Salicornia — a sea succulent — along with rosehip seed oil and shea butter, and you can choose from seven colours to pretty your pout.
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For a high-pigment colour, Smashbox Be Legendary is a creamy, peptide-infused, cruel-free option featuring 15 shades.
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