8 Influencers Share Their Current Favourite Products
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Triphala Pigmentation Corrector, $84 | Sachi States Of Skin
Rated By: Sofia, @Honest.Skin
If you suffer from hyperpigmentation and can’t tolerate AHAs, BHAs or retinoids, this one's for you. It’s a serum that contains three ancient super fruits and 12 powerhouse brighteners, peptides, antioxidants and reparative ingredients that work together to deliver visible results. It’s also pregnancy safe and works on multiple skin tones. I’ve seen results in less than three weeks, but do make sure you wear SPF 50 after you apply it.
Available at Sachiskin.com
Clean Rinse, £42 | Sunday Riley
Rated By: Eilidh, @Addicted_To_Face
This launched last year, but I’ve rediscovered it as part of my scalp health journey. I struggle with a dry scalp and oily roots – I know my addiction to dry shampoo doesn’t help – so this scalp serum is great all-rounder. It breaks down any excess product build-up with a mix of exfoliating acids – plus, it helps rebalance and hydrate by using a blend of fatty acids and luxurious oils. Win win.
Available at CultBeauty.co.uk
Hair Balm, £39 | Hair Story
Rated By: Em, @EmRoberts.M
Hair Story is a range I've used for years. It really leans into the 'no shampoo' method, and recently I’ve started using the hair balm, which is brilliant for air drying hair, while also giving it a bit of beachy texture. I'm also a huge fan of the dry hair powder, which will help you go days in between washes while still looking fresh. They're also one of the most sustainable haircare brands out there – everything comes in refillable packaging.
Available at Hairstory.com
Lait-Crème Concentré Moisturiser, From £13 | Embryolisse
Rated By: Charlene, @MsCeeBee
I've been obsessed with this moisturiser because of its rich and nourishing formula. It’s the perfect winter skincare staple, which also works nicely as a primer under make-up if you want to achieve a dewy and natural-looking glow.
Available at CultBeauty.co.uk
Rub Solid Balm, £30 | Mirror Water
Rated By: Elise, @Lumi_Lise
My post-shower routine wouldn’t be the same without this. I have other body oils and moisturisers in my stash but I always come back to this one. Its thick, balmy feel is perfect for getting that glass-like skin look. My top tip is to put the jar in warm water while you shower so it melts. You can then pour it all over your body – it’s also great for cuticles, cracked heels or using as a body highlighter.
Available at SpaceNK.com
Plumplex, £34 | Scientia
Rated By: Rachel, @JoyInMySkin
Using a blend of amino acid peptides, vitamin C, glycerin and ceramides, this serum is unlike any other. The ‘Plumplex’ technology keeps the skin hydrated and plump, while also protecting it against environmental stressors. So clever.
Available at Selfridges.com
OI Shampoo, £20.50 | Davines
Rated By: Emily Jane, @EmilyJaneLathan
Ever since I’ve discovered the Davines OI Shampoo, I haven’t willingly washed my hair with anything else. It’s very cleansing, the scent is incredible, and it leaves zero residue without drying out my hair. Davines is also a certified B Corp.
Available at Sephora.co.uk
Cleanser & Phyto HY-ÖL Booster, £40 | Babor
Rated By: Elisa Lune, @Elisa_Lune
This new cleansing duo from Babor is definitely one of my best recent finds. Very gentle, it can be used around the eyes to remove make-up, while also looking after your skin’s lipid barrier. My skin always feels so clean after I use this – and really nourished.
Available at Skincity.com
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