The Products The SL Beauty Team Have Finished Recently
The Products The SL Beauty Team Have Finished Recently

The Products The SL Beauty Team Have Finished Recently

From a tubing mascara that never smudges to the liquid exfoliator and facial oil that promise to perk up dull skin, these are the products the SL beauty team and our contributors have used up to the very last drop.
By Rebecca Hull

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.

Rebecca Hull, Beauty Director

Press & Glow, £32 | Medik8 
Superluminous™ Skin Glow Filter, £50 | Beauty Pie

“I’ve got through both of these products so quickly. Firstly, Medik8’s Press & Glow Tonic is one of the best liquid exfoliators I’ve ever used on my sensitive skin. Full of PHAs – which are known to be gentler than AHAs – this non-sticky liquid dissolves build-up on the skin and immediately gives it a better glow and a fresher, healthier look. Meanwhile, added fruit extracts hydrate, so it doesn’t leave your skin feeling tight or stripped. As for Beauty Pie’s Skin Glow Filter, this is ideal if you love a radiant, luminous finish. It doesn’t give a great deal of coverage, but it does refine any uneven tone. It applies smoothly too, and never settles into fine lines.”

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Sapna Rao, Fashion, Beauty & LuxeGen Junior Editor & Broadcaster

Vast Lash Mascara, £32 | Victoria Beckham

“If you’re looking for a mascara that doesn’t budge, lifts lashes and bulks up volume, try this one from Victoria Beckham. I love the way it gives a natural finish, but it can also be layered up for more intensity. It’s a tubing formula, so it comes off easily. It’s become a repeat buy for me and is always in my make-up bag.”

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Lisa Potter-Dixon, Make-Up Artist, Author & SL Contributor

Seamless Skin Enhancing Tint, £37 | Lisa Eldridge Beauty

“This formula is made up of 78% skincare ingredients, and you notice that when you wear it. It’s so nourishing and smooth, and improves the look of your skin while providing it with flawless coverage. It’s lightweight and breathable – I know this phrase is overused, but I do believe it makes your complexion look like the best version of itself. A game-changer.”

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Georgia Day, Journalist & SL Beauty Columnist

Rose Deep Hydration Oil-Infused Serum, £58 | Fresh

“I recently rediscovered Fresh, and this serum was one of the first things I picked up. Right now, my skin (like the weather, frankly) is still lingering a little too much in winter mode for my liking, which means it feels dry, dehydrated and generally lacking in glow and vitality. What this oil-serum-essence hybrid is so good at is not just packing a proper hydration punch with rosewater and damask rose, and locking in moisture with oils like rosehip and squalane, but also soothing any inflammation and redness. In other words, it’s getting my skin in great shape for spring.”

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Adeola Gboyega, Make-Up Artist & SL Contributor

Slather Body Serum, £24.44 | Topicals

“I loved this body serum because it worked well to smooth away any rough patches of skin, leaving it feeling softer and looking more radiant. The formula is a blend of retinol and AHAs, which work together to address textural concerns. It also works hard to dissolve dirt and dead skin cells, meaning your complexion looks brighter and more refined. It’s so good that, as soon as I finished it, I snapped up another two so I’m never without.”

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Michaella Bolder, Celebrity Facialist, Skincare Expert & SL Beauty Contributor

Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil, £34.40 (was £43) | Clarins

“Clarins is the ‘OG’ brand for facial oils and this one is my most recent empty. The scent is so addictive – it’s uplifting but calming and soothing to the senses. As for the texture, it’s silky and lightweight, gliding over the skin effortlessly, enabling enough slip to massage the facial muscles while pushing the oil into the skin for maximum nourishment. I would go as far as to say it’s one of the best oil formulations out there – and that goes for any skin type.”

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Zoë Taylor, Make-Up Artist & SL Beauty Contributor

Reviving Bio-Placenta & Stem Cell Serum, £235 | MZ Skin

“I have loved using this serum. It’s formulated with botanic extracts, nutrients and peptides, which mimic the nourishing properties of the placenta and stem cells. This in turn triggers the production of collagen and elastin – I’ve genuinely seen a difference in my complexion. It works hard to help the skin repair itself while sleeping, and I find I wake up to plumper, fresher, firmer-looking skin. I will definitely be buying another bottle – especially because a little goes a long way.”

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