Skincare Spotlight: Fresh Beauty, Estée Lauder, Charlotte Tilbury

Every so often I get to refresh my skincare routine and rotate some new products in.


Here are some new-to-me products I’ll be working in.

New from Estée Lauder is the new Advanced Night Repair Serum. Coming in a sleek glass bottle, this new formula now supports skin’s natural repair more effectively, and for the first time, helps skin increase its natural renewal of fresh new cells and production of collagen for firmer skin.

estee lauder new Advanced Night Repair Serum

The Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte’s Magic Serum Crystal Elixir is the latest skincare launch from the luxury British brand. It’s a Vitamin C and Polyglutamic Acid anti-aging serum that reduces the appearance of dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles, visibly brightens, and plumps skin for flawless makeup application.

Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte's Magic Serum Crystal Elixir

From Fresh Beauty, we have the Soy Face Cleanser and the Sugar Strawberry Exfoliating Face Wash. The Soy Face Cleanser is a 3-in-1 face wash that gently melts away makeup and mascara, removes impurities and tones for clean, balanced skin. The Sugar Strawberry Exfoliating Face Wash is a gentle exfoliating face cleanser (this one is a new 200ml size) that removes impurities and oil while refining the look of pores for smooth, soft skin.

fresh beauty Soy Face Cleanser Sugar Strawberry Exfoliating Face Wash


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