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Launches this month include serums, masks and make-up designed to relax, revive and rejuvenate

1 Maskology

New from Beauty Pro comes the Maskology Thermotherapy Professional Heated Mask. This relaxing treatment soothes the eyes by gently heating the area, allowing clients to sit back and reset. The self-heating mask has a chamomile scent and is designed for retail or as a treatment add-on. The mask has ear loops to hook over the ears before positioning the mask over the eye area and leaving on for 20 minutes of gentle warmth. Trade: £1.95 01273 323232 beautypro.com

2 Dibi Milano

There are three new home-retail Acid Infusion products from Dibi Milano. No-Age Revitalising Fluid Cream with ferulic acid and hyaluronic acid is a lightweight fluid with sunscreens, while the No-Age Bioactivating Roll-On for Eyes with glycyrrhetinic acid and glycosaminoglycans works to counteract puffy eyes, swelling and dark circles. The No-Age Renewing Hand Cream with mandelic acid and Vitamin C 50ml is a treatment for the hands with a velvety texture and fast absorption. RRPs: £19.75 to £95

+353 45 856 490 (Xpert Professional) xpertprofessional.co.uk

3 Katherine Daniels

The new Pure Pigment Foundation Drops are formulated for post-treatment and daily colour correction. This hybrid skincare and make-up product is designed to be a BB cream, CC cream, foundation and concealer all in one, depending on how you use it. With a silky, supple finish for skin comfort and protection, the product is available in four shades. Trade: £16.67 01767 682288 katherinedanielscosmetics.com

4 MarocMaroc

New to the UK, the Cactéa line from MarocMaroc features four anti-ageing products, all formulated with Moroccan Prickly Pear oil, with a high concentration of vitamins E, A and C as well as omega 6. The range consists of the Rich Cream, Velvety Cream, Nectar of Precious Oils Soothing Serum, and Creamy Mask, all of which come in recyclable packaging. RRP: from £32 to £56 vilasaboutique.co.uk

5 Janssen Cosmetics

Spring skincare collection Floral Energy features three new products from Janssen Cosmetics – Floral Energy Serum, Floral Energy Massage Cream and Floral Energy Peel-Off Mask. The range is based on selected floral extracts such as edelweiss, Alpine rose, white lupin and Damask rose to help the skin recover from the effects of winter and reduce wrinkles. Trade: £69 for treatment kit (enough for 10 treatments) 01229 716075 janssen-cosmetics.com

6 Gelish

New from Gelish is the Pure Beauty collection, featuring six pastel shades available in both gel polish and Gelish Dip Express Powder formulas. The collection features three pastel nudes – Radiant Renewal, Bed of Petals, and Pretty Simple – as well as slate blue Test The Waters, khaki Leaf It All Behind and purple Malva. Price TBC +1 714 773 9758 gelish.com

7 HD Brows

The new Cosmic Black Gel Wax applies easily with smooth results to shape brows quickly and accurately. Enriched with natural pine resins and soybean oil, it’s gentle on sensitive skin around the brow while remaining tough on even the most stubborn of hairs, with the gel consistency of the formula reducing the sticky residue left behind after waxing. Trade: £4.50 0113 224 7908 hdbrows.com

8 Voya

Voya has expanded its Oh So Scented candle range with the addition of its latest scent, Eucalyptus, Lime and Rosemary. Created with a blend of natural essential oils, top notes of citrus lime are balanced with cool eucalyptus and a calming rosemary base to offer intense aromatic freshness. RRP: £32 voya.ie

9 Byonik

New from Byonik is the Supreme Mastercare Cream, a nutritionally rich cream which delivers regenerative care and lifting effects and promotes the formation of collagen, connective tissue and elastin. Featuring ID-L dipeptide to stimulate elastin production and red algae extract to moisturise, the cream provides regenerative care with a lifting effect and mattifying finish. RRP: £90 (50ml) 01621 828384 pureskinboutique.net

This article appears in February 2023

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