This Summer, instead of indulging in your hankering for pie, make smart choices with foods that fuel your active Summer (we're talking skin care, too)! The latest offerings from Sephora are guaranteed to satisfy your every complexion desire, from reduced look of pores to refined texture to calmer, glowier skin. Below, we're calling you to the table, whether you're a skincare junkie or a beauty routine novice, to help you quench your skin's appetite.
Potent teas, mushrooms, and natural acids — this season's skincare menu is packed with nutrient-rich ingredients. First course? Try the Fresh Black Tea Kombucha Facial Treatment Essence, which is jam-packed with benefits for youthful-looking skin — just like the Kombucha drink you're obsessed with, or the Dr. Andrew Weil For Origins Mega-Mushroom Relief & Resilience Soothing Treatment Lotion as a refreshing and soothing treat for your irritated skin.
As an entrée, nothing will satisfy dry, stressed-out skin like the adaptogens and calming peptide complex in the Youth To The People Adaptogen Deep Moisture Cream. As a quick palette cleanser, take a break from topical products, and use the HUM Nutrition Collagen POP dissolvable collagen and vitamin C boost to improve the look and elasticity of your skin, support collagen levels, and hydrate.
The KORA Organics Turmeric Brightening & Exfoliating Mask uses ingredients like turmeric, papaya, and rosehips to exfoliate, revitalize, and brighten, while the Volition Beauty Snow Mushroom Water Serum relies on snow mushroom to plump your skin and hydrate for a healthier-looking complexion.
Round out your skin’s appetite with the Tata Harper Resurfacing Serum, which uses natural acids to exfoliate and glow and the boscia MATCHA Magic Super-Antioxidant Mask to detox and decongest with matcha. Trust us, your going to want seconds of these skin-loving products.
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