7 Trending Skincare Products For Spring 2022

These are the skincare superstars that are trending for Spring 2022.

Clarins Total Eye Range, $39 to $92


One of the most common skincare questions from Cityline viewers is how to tackle skin concerns around the eyes: puffiness, fine lines, dark circles, dehydration, etc. French beauty brand Clarins has unveiled a collection of products to solve every eye concern. Total Eye Contour Gel addresses puffiness thanks to a cooling eye gel infused with plant-based caffeine. Thanks to kangaroo flower, total Eye Smooth solves frown lines, tension lines, and crow’s feet. And Total Eye Lift creates a lifting effect in 60 seconds. It contains added anti-dark circle ingredients such as horse chestnut extract.

Peace Out Retinol Face Stick, $44


Peace Out is a buzz-worthy San Francisco skincare brand created by Enrico Frezza after spending a fortune on complicated routines and expensive treatments that didn’t work. He now combines powerful ingredients with cutting-edge technology, like this Retinol Face Stick. It’s an ultra-concentrated, water-free treatment balm with a 3% encapsulated retinol blend to help soften the look of fine lines and wrinkles. It also contains a fruit enzyme blend.

Fika Beauty All-In-One Glow Oil, $35


This is a Canadian sustainable beauty brand from Ottawa. Fika is getting attention! And they have a great All-In-One Glow oil. A drop under your moisturizer in winter will help solve dry skin. This product contains anti-oxidants, Vitamins A, C, E, B7.

Estee Lauder Perfectionist Pro Multi-Zone Wrinkle Concentrate, $105


There is no need to visit a cosmetic skin clinic with Estee Lauder’s Perfectionist Pro Multi-Zone Wrinkle Concentrate. This powerful multi-tasking product reduces the look of 9 types of lines and wrinkles in just two weeks. With its precision-point applicator, this professionally inspired corrector targets the length, depth and width of lines and wrinkles in all areas of the face. Contains 5% niacinamide and plumping Chlorella.

Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Overnight Rehydrating Mask with 10.5% Squalene, $50


American apothecary brand Kiehl’s is famous for its Ultra Facial Cream (with over 40 million jars sold worldwide). The brand is adding a multi-use mask to the franchise that works to help restore and stabilize the skin’s barrier by reducing moisture loss overnight. Our skin produces less sebum/oil while we sleep, leading to more trans epidermal water loss. It can be used as an overnight mask or a 15-minute tissue-off treatment.

Smashbox NEW Photofinish Primers (that act like skincare), $50 each


Adele and Lady Gaga recently shot photo campaigns at Smashbox Studios in Los Angeles. This expertise has led to a new collection of skin-fueled Photo Finish Primers that tackle the most common skincare concerns. Illuminate Glow Primer boosts radiance thanks to a vitamin C silkscreen complex. Control Mattifying helps keep excess oil in check. Correct Anti-Redness Primer calms and soothes skin with an algae complex, and Hydrating Primer contains a triple hyaluronic acid silkscreen complex. You could use these makeup primers as skincare if you like. Each product creates a breathable, silky barrier that perfects the canvas by smoothing skin and strengthening it against damage from environmental aggressors.

Dior Cica Recover Balm, $75


This multi-use face and body balm can be used anywhere you find your skin dry. It quickly leaves skin nourished, hydrated and visibly plumped. You can even use it on dry hands. It contains chamomile wax Centella Asiatica and hyaluronic acid.

 

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