Launches We Love: Jan/Feb 2018

By Celia Shatzman / February 7, 2018

New beauty products to keep you glowing all winter.

Dr. Hauschka Makeup, $20-45

To celebrate 50 years of its holistic skincare line, Dr. Hauschka launched a plant-and-mineral based all-natural makeup collection that makes you look beautiful from the inside out. Infused with botanical and mineral ingredients—like macadamia nut oil—high pigments and long-lasting hues means major color payoff, particularly with the lipsticks. And the sheer bronzing powder flatters every skin tone with a sun-kissed glow. 

Natural Sunscreen

Jurlique Shower Gels and Body Lotions, $24 and $39 each

Featuring organic botanical ingredients plucked from Jurlique’s farm in South Australia, their new shower gels and body lotions will turn your bathroom into a haven. The soap-free shower gels maintain the skin’s natural protective layer to cleanse without overdrying, while the lotions simultaneously protect and soften skin. Both are available in four relaxing scents: Softening Rose; Calming Lavender; Refreshing Citrus; and Restoring Lemon, Geranium & Clary Sage.

Vapour Organic Beauty Aer Next-Level Deodorant, $24

The gel-to-powder formula of Aer’s innovative new deodorants feels like silk on your skin, while a plant and mineral complex keep odor and bacteria away. It comes in three fresh scents: Palo Santo Blood Orange, Lavender Myrrh and Ginger Grapefruit.

Natural Beauty Products

The Good Stuff Looking Sharp Face Oil, $32

The Good Stuff Botanicals Gypsy Cream is a cult favorite, and for good reason. This is one of those all-around versatile skin-care products that will basically ease whatever ails you: super-dry skin, breakouts, dermatitis, even psoriasis and diaper rash! Their newest product Looking Sharp Face Oil, with prickly pear and watermelon oils, helps take down puffiness, hydrate, brighten dark spots and dark circles, and leave skin looking lusciously hydrating. All this, while streamlining your regimen, to boot!

Ethique Mochaccino Body Polish, $13

Tired of your scrubs getting all over your tub? Let Ethique Mochaccino Body Polish come to the rescue. It’s formulated as a bar for no mess, which also makes it great for travel. Made from ground Arabica coffees beans, cocoa and pumice, it exfoliates and leaves behind antioxidants from the caffeine to boost circulation and brighten skin.

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Skin Conditioning Mist

ISUN Phyto-Infusion Facial Serum, $120

Wildcrafted skincare line ISUN recently rebranded, and with new packaging, their plant-based products are prettier than ever. Standouts from the line include the Phyto-Infusion Facial Serum ($120), which reduces the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, with acai extract, vegan stem cells and vitamin C; Ultra Restore Facial Oil Moisturizer ($92) to hydrate with grapeseed, passion fruit, hazelnut, and coconut oils; and Emerald Sun Hydrosol Serum ($66) that reduces skin damage and renews skin, with peony root, alpine buddleja and edelweiss plant extracts.

GOOP Eau de Parfum Edition 03 – INCENSE, $165

GOOP founder Gwyneth Paltrow teamed up with organic perfumer Douglas Little to create this intoxicating natural fragrance with Ayurvedic, homeopathic, mystical, spiritual and emotional perks. Featuring notes of cedar, frankincense and labdanum, just a whiff of the woody yet light scent instantly soothes.

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Skin Conditioning Mist

RMS Beauty Wild with Desire Lipstick Collection, $28

RMS Beauty launched their very first full coverage lipstick line, and the wait was worth it. Castor Oil, beeswax, and kaolin moisturize your pucker while delivering major color. The collection includes 10 shades, from Rose-Marie Swift’s trademark RMS Red to lavender to subtle neutrals.

SpaRitual Earl Grey Vegan Body Collection, $55 to $12

You’ll be feeling gray—in the best way—with the SpaRitual Earl Grey Vegan Body Collection. The Oil Salve ($47) has an innovative squeezable formula packed with organic shea and cocoa butters to soften even the driest spots, like elbows and heels, without being greasy; the Body Soufflé ($34) boosts the skin’s natural protective barrier and leaves you radiant, courtesy of glycerin, organic jojoba oil and shea butter; the Teatox Sugar Scrub ($55) features activated coconut charcoal to scrub away toxins; and the Nourishing Vegan Color ($12) captures Earl Gray in a nail polish with its greenish gray hue with just the right hint of shimmer that lets nails breathe. Now that’s our cup of tea.

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Celia Shatzman

Celia Shatzman

Celia Shatzman is a Brooklyn-based writer who has penned stories on topics ranging from fashion to travel to celebrities, entertainment, beauty, finance, health, food, and fitness. A graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, her work has appeared in New York, Teen Vogue, NYLON, New York Post, Latina, Marie Claire, Self, ELLE.com, Time Out New York, CondeNastTraveler.com, and USA TODAY, among others. When she’s not writing, Celia enjoys traveling, learning to play tennis, and playing with her rescue dog, Olive.
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