The Most Exciting New Skincare Products of January

Olay Regenerist Collagen Peptide24 Hydrating Moisturizer

For plump skin, try Olay’s Collagen Peptide24 Moisturizer. Its lightweight formula has vitamin B3 to brighten your complexion and collagen-boosting peptides to firm skin and diminish fine lines. When the two work together, you’re looking at a hydrated, smooth complexion. 

$39 (Shop)  

Yes to Avocado Hand Cream

If there’s anything 2020 taught us, it’s that we need to wash our hands all the time. With hand-washing comes dry skin and the Yes to Avocado Hand Cream will fix those dehydrated, cracked hands right up. The avocado-based formula replenishes skin, and hyaluronic acid will maintain hydration. 

$5 (Shop)  

Mario Badescu Caffeine Eye Cream

If you didn’t get enough sleep, that’s OK because Mario Badescu’s Caffeine Eye Cream will make you look like you got a full night’s rest. The moisturizer in this tub is filled with caffeine for brightness, hyaluronic acid for hydration, and jojoba oil to help treat dryness. 

$18 (Shop)  

Dermalogica Neck Fit Contour Serum

Dermalogica’s Neck Fit Contour Serum is filled with firming ingredients to give you a tight, line-free neck. The list includes rye seed extract, which smooths skin, and resurrection plant to strengthen the area. It’s applied with the built-in roller bar that also gives a cooling effect. 

$82 (Shop)  

Clinique Smart Night Clinical MD Multi-Dimensional Repair Treatment Retinol

The Clinique Smart Night Clinical MD Multi-Dimensional Repair Treatment Retinol flattens out fine lines with the power of retinol. Plus, it also has hyaluronic acid and squalane to give you a boost of hydration while you sleep. 

$69 (Shop)  

Simple Instant Glow Cleansing Wipes 

The new Simple Instant Glow Cleansing Wipes do way more than flawlessly take off stubborn makeup. Each cloth is made with niacinamide to brighten skin and glycerin to moisturize. So once your skin is clean, it’s also glowing.  

$5 for 25 wipes (Shop)  

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Acne Treatment

Meet the Inkey List’s first spot treatment: Succinic Acid Acne. This magical little tube is loaded with succinic acid, an anti-inflammatory ingredient that helps to reduce oil levels in your skin, as well as salicylic acid to exfoliate, sulfur powder to unclog pores, and hyaluronic acid to ensure skin stays hydrated. 

$9 (Shop)

L’Oréal Paris Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Facial Drops

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t bronze up your complexion. The L’Oréal Paris Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Facial Drops give fairer skin tones a subtle glow when you mix five drops of this serum made with dihydroxyacetone (a sugar that when mixed with proteins on your skin makes it tan) and hydrating hyaluronic acid with your favorite moisturizer.

$17 (Shop)  

Drunk Elephant Sweet Biome Fermented Sake Spray

Your skin’s about to be drunk in love with Drunk Elephant’s Sweet Biome Fermented Sake Spray. It’s a cocktail of coconut water, vitamin F, and sake extract to calm redness and hydrate the skin. Use it as a step in your skincare routine after cleansing or as a refresher during the day. 

$42 (Shop)

Holifrog Halo AHA + BHA Evening Serum

The blend of alpha hydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids in the HoliFrog Halo AHA + BHA Evening Serum is going to give you clearer skin once you start using it for a few weeks. Not to mention, this formula is packed with moisturizing oils like that of rosehip and prickly pear, so no need to worry about all of those acids drying your skin out.   

$62 (Shop)

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Self-Tanner-Infused Towelettes That Make a Achieving a Faux Glow Ridiculously Easy

Self-tanning technology has made major progress in the past couple of years, making it so much easier to skip pricey in-salon spray jobs (and of course, avoiding super damaging UV suntans) and a decent-looking sun-free glow on your own. But while the progress is certainly deserving of well-rounded applause (and maybe even a standing innovation if you’re really feeling into it), DIY self-tanning isn’t always beginner-friendly. Fortunately, there are several self-tan hacks and plenty of game-changing sunless bronzing products to ensure you end up with an even fake tan without the hassle, mess, or putrid smell. The easiest of these new-found innovations happen to be sunless tanning towelettes, which look and apply just like a disposable makeup-removing wipe, only it sweeps a subtle layer of color onto your skin without streaking or oxidizing.

Whether you’re looking for an overnight wash of color for an event the following evening or are just in the mood to test out a product that will deliver gradual and foolproof results with a couple uses, these tanning towels couldn’t be easier and more hassle-free.  While lotions and mouses may be the cold standard of at-home fake tanning, these guys deliver some impressive results without turning your skin—and entire shower and bedsheets—completely orange. While gradual tanning products get a bad rap for being either too pigmented (hello, orange palms and ankles) or are too subtle, these effective solutions get it just right. Scroll through below to check out our favorite ridiculously simple self-tanning towels to try for yourself at home.

1. L’Oreal Paris Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Towelettes

These super-concentrated towelettes deliver overnight results without an orange hue, steaky result, or awful stench. These wipes are suitable for the body or face and won’t transfer product onto furniture or clothing.

Buy on Amazon $9

2. Dr. Dennsi Gross Alpha Beta Glow Pad Intense Glow

Not only do these exfoliating and self-tanning wipes give you a subtle and customizable bronze, but they also help slough away dead skin cells and lift impurities from the pores to improve overall skin condition.

Buy on Amazon $60

3. Tan Towel Self Tan Towelette Classic

Suitable for both the face ane the body, these ultra-portable self-tanning wipes are the most foolproof way to achieve a vacation-worthy sustain without risking damage from the sun.

Buy on Amazon $24

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