The Beauty Memo

Looking For A Skin Refresh? These Are The 7 New Beauty Products to Try Now

If your skincare regimen is in need of an update, be inspired by this edit of the best new products, as chosen by the NET-A-PORTER beauty team

In order of appearance: Noble Panacea The Brilliant Prime Radiance Serum 7 Dose; La Bouche Rouge Le Blush; Lancer Ultra Hydrating Serum; Kora Organics Noni Glow Face Balm; Dr. Dennis Gross Vitamin C + Lactic Biocellulose Brightening Treatment Mask; Mutha The Nudist Body Scrub; Dr. Barbara Sturm Super Anti-Aging Body Serum

Dr. Barbara Sturm Super Anti-Aging Body Serum

Already famous for her extensive selection of best-selling serums (Hyaluronic, Glow, The Good C), Dr. Barbara Sturm now has a skin-plumping treat for the body, too. With a blend of hydrating hyaluronic acid and collagen-boosting brown algae extract, plus firming peptides and protective purslane, it brings all the high-tech ingredients we expect to use on our face to deep-treat dry, dull limbs. Layer it under your body lotion, or, in hot or humid climates, it’s ideal to use alone.

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Vitamin C + Lactic Biocellulose Brightening Treatment Mask

The latest smart addition to an already excellent range (the Vitamin C + Lactic 15% Vitamin C Serum is great), this potent mask from Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare treats skin on many levels. Made of coconut fibers, the mask itself moulds to the face rather than draping over it, ensuring all the actives in the serum get directly onto the skin. And with vitamin C, lactic acid and niacinamide, it contains the perfect pigment-fading, collagen-boosting trio to really help transform and brighten the skin.

Kora Organics Noni Glow Face Balm

Created by founder Miranda Kerr for when she travels, this beautiful balm from Kora Organics is a pleasure to use at any time. With a nourishing blend of coconut and rosehip oils, plus calming calendula and the antioxidant noni extract, it melts into dry, jet-lagged or dull, tired skin. And it’s great on chapped lips or any dry patches of skin. Kerr also blends it over makeup to give brows and cheekbones an ultra-natural, dewy finish.

Noble Panacea The Brilliant Prime Radiance Serum 7 Dose

Who couldn’t do with a little more radiance and glow right now? Noble Panacea’s power-packed serum brightens up the skin beautifully, with a combination of glycolic and bakuchiol (a plant extract that’s similar to retinol), plus malachite for environmental protection. Now in a one-week set of seven individually packed serum ‘shots’, it’s the perfect way to try it out and reclaim your glow.

Mutha The Nudist Body Scrub

A great body scrub can be the ultimate transformational product, and that’s exactly what most of us want right now. This multi-tasker from Mutha really delivers soft, smooth and well-cared-for skin. With brown sugar to buff off dead skin cells, natural oils, and pro- and post-biotics to ensure a healthy skin barrier, The Nudist Body Scrub leaves skin polished, gleaming and perfectly nourished.

La Bouche Rouge Le Blush

A good blush is the perfect complexion brightener. Simply adding a shot of creamy color that’s easy to blend, especially when used over eyelids and lips, instantly gives an understated but pulled-together finish to your face. Just add mascara and you’re ready to go. Blending skincare with skin tone, La Bouche Rouge’s Le Blush is a flattering nude blush – it also comes in a pretty coral. Plus, with added skincare ingredients, it leaves skin (and lips) nourished, hydrated and with the prettiest satiny finish.

Lancer Ultra Hydrating Serum

Renowned LA dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer states that proper hydration is the key to “a skin that appears more youthful and radiant”. And that is exactly what the latest Lancer serum delivers, with its ‘7 Molecular Weight’ hyaluronic acid – meaning it can work at different levels within and on the skin to create a beautifully plumped-up and dewy-looking complexion. Plus, it strengthens the vital skin barrier with ceramides, ensuring your new glow-giving hydration is not lost.



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