Fab Five: New and Au Naturel
If the resurfacing of shearling boots, woolly pompom hats, and snuggly, oversize sweaters isn’t enough of an indication, take a look at next week’s forecast—Tuesday is calling for snow, and a cold front is officially settling in. In turn, we’ll be kicking our hibernation mode into full gear. But while we may not emerge for much in the coming months, that doesn’t affect our beauty rituals; in fact, we tend to spend even more time on them. Here, the new natural products shut-ins should plan to slather themselves with all winter long.
Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturizing Cream
The brand’s first range exclusively formulated to treat sensitive skin stars calendula flower extract, which is prized for its soothing properties.
Kahina Fez Body Serum
Orange blossom, patchouli, rose, and clove give this velvety body oil—inspired by the aromas wafting through the city of Fez in Morocco—an at once inviting and intoxicating scent.
Kneipp Herbal Bath With Spruce and Pine
It’s officially bath season, and this new formula by Kneipp smells like one of our very favorite holiday items: Christmas trees. A warming blend of spruce and pine, it eases muscle tension and improves circulation.
John Masters Deep Scalp Purifying Serum
The gel-like serum with meadowsweet, vitamin B, spearmint , and wintergreen removes excess oil and buildup and has an appealing zingy effect on the scalp. We recommend slowly massaging it in.
Tata Harper Wild Plum Resurfacing Mask
A limited-edition jar of plummy magic—this beta hydroxy treatment is a kinder, gentler glycolic peel designed to brighten and improve texture. On the nights we do brave the great outdoors, this mask is how we’ll be pre-partying.
tags: John Masters Deep Scalp Purifying Serum, Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturizing Cream, Kahina Fez Body Serum, Kneipp Herbal Bath With Spruce and Pine, natural beauty, Tata Harper Wild Plum Resurfacing Mask
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