Dermatologist and Skin Rules: Trade Secrets From a Top New York Dermatologist author Debra Jaliman, M. D. , swears by this—and confirms that the ingredients list checks out. "The lactic acid helps to exfoliate dull, pore-clogging dead skin cells and plumps your skin," she says. "And licorice extract is great for brightening your skin and diminishing hyperpigmentation.
It's so light that it feels as though you're spritzing mere water on your hair, except mere water wouldn't coax out natural waves, gently smooth over frizz, preserve color, impart volume, and make your hair smell like a field of wildflowers, now would it?
This hydrating gel formula, which goes on like an invisible body lotion and lets you wake up with a streak-free, golden tan, works every single time—and doesn't make you smell like stale corn chips (the signature scent of DHA, sunless tanner's active ingredient, in case you're unfamiliar).
These—predictably—are the things that don't need to go on sale because everyone already wants to buy them at full price: your Sunday Riley serums, the best peel pads ever invented, and iconic French hair oils that grace the red carpet often.
NuFace may be expensive (which is exactly why this 20 percent sale is such a steal), but it really does what it promises—the microcurrent technology helps tone and tighten your face muscles while also reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
We can confirm that it does, indeed, make you feel like royalty. (It's also included in Dermstore's sale, should you really be in the mood to empty your wallet. ) For the purposes of more realistic splurging, we'll suggest the brand's Weightless Conditioning Water.
You can slather it all over your body for a decadent postshower treat or smooth it through your hair. (It won't look greasy, trust us. ) The emollient blend of sunflower, sweet almond, and apricot kernel oils feels amazing on dry strands.
Including a ton that are NEVER on sale. https://t.co/Ywk2aXoO0R— Glamour (@glamourmag) June 7, 2019