You undoubtedly have a slight fascination with Luxury Skincare Brands, just like we do. Okay, fine, insane obsession. Superior skin is necessary. The application of makeup is simpler. It automatically glows without the need for illumination (yes). Additionally, it really raises your confidence. Not to mention that having gorgeous skin helps us seem younger, more rested, and in great health overall. Finding the products that can deliver said beautiful skin, though, takes some time. So here are the top 5 Skincare brands you can buy and make your skin look glow.
Luxury Skincare Brands: Estée Lauder
A few years ago, Refinery29 conducted research on the most well-known skin care companies in the world, and Estée Lauder came out on top.
It was chosen as the brand that was most talked about in Australia, the US, the UK, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Taiwan, the UAE, Brazil, India, Canada, South Korea, Indonesia, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Poland, Thailand, and Norway. It was also ranked among the top five brands in Australia, the US, the UK, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Taiwan, the UAE, Brazil, India, and Canada.
One of the top skin care products on the market today, according to Refinery29’s findings, is Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II ($112 at Adore Beauty). Advanced Night Repair was one of Ulta’s best-selling cosmetics in 2018, which is another sign that it is the best skin care product that Estée Lauder makes.
Luxury Skincare Brands: Drunk Elephant
Drunk Elephant is one of Mecca’s best-selling skincare brands for 2018. Their products may be pricey, but their ingredients are top-notch and they work very well, so it’s money well spent. American Tiffany Masterson, who had a lot of skin problems, started the skincare company to make a line of products that didn’t contain pollution or what she calls the “Suspicious 6”: essential oils, drying alcohols, silicones, chemical sunscreens, fragrance/dyes, and SLS. (in the US). According to Refinery29, 50% of the top 10 best-selling skincare products at Sephora in the US are Drunk Elephant products. With Drunk Elephant Lala RetroTM Whipped Cream ($90 at MECCA), which just won the Best Moisturizer prize in Mecca’s 2018 Beauty Election, its popularity is also felt locally (as voted by their customers). Another popular favorite? the C-Firma Fresh Day Serum ($117 at MECCA) and Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil ($57).
Luxury Skincare Brands: Clinique
Clinique is a fantastic entry-level skincare brand that’s simple to become addicted to for life. Their 3-Step collection makes it really easy for skincare beginners to get started, and the price point is ideal. They have product lines that address all skin problems (blemishes, pigmentation, wrinkles, redness, you name it), and the textures of their skincare products are just right. Clinique came in second overall as the most favored skincare brand across all generations in our 2018 Generation Beauty study and was the top brand choice for Gen Y and Gen X. The two most popular items from Clinique’s line in 2018 were Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturising Lotion ($50 at Clinique) and Clinique Liquid Face Soap-Mild ($34 at Clinique). Clinique was one of Myer’s top five best-selling skincare brands in 2018. Another noteworthy, in our opinion? Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm by Clinique ($59 at Clinique).
With its bright red cap, Olay Regenerist is the face cream that stands out the most. One jar of Regenerist Whip ($29.39 at Chemist Warehouse), which was introduced in 2017 and which, according to advertisements, feels “light as air,” is being sold every three minutes in Australia. However, this skincare company has a long history and has provided services to more than 20 million women globally. It is popular not only because it is widely available (you can get it in most large supermarkets and pharmacies), but also because the formulae work. One member of the Review Crew said this about the Olay Regenerist Retinol 24 Night Serum ($35.99 at Chemist Warehouse).
Korean skincare is very popular all over the world, and COSRX is thought to be one of the best Korean skincare brands. The COSRX Acne Pimple Master Patch ($7.90 at Adore Beauty) was the top-selling item on The Strategist’s readers’ best-seller list five times out of 21 appearances, according to New York Magazine. It also made The Strategist’s list of the top-selling items for the entire year of 2018 (in every category, including fashion and home goods). Their skin care products range in price from $7 for a single-use sheet mask to $45 for a ceramide cream, and their formulas are distinctive (snail mucin and blackhead silk finger balls come to mind). Their goal is to make skincare products that use as few ingredients as possible while still giving the most benefits. It is just what today’s fickle skin needs.
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