The Best New Skin-Care Products Hitting Shelves in October
Thankfully, that's why we're here. As beauty editors, it's our job to point you in the right direction when it comes to shopping for new goods. That being said, every month from here on out, we'll be highlighting the latest skin-care launches — moisturizers, cleansers, serums, masks, and more — on the market so you can make an informed decision about which products are actually worth the splurge. So, without further ado, check out five of the newest skin-care products, including the Wander Beauty Rose Gold Eye Masks, MDNA Skincare Beauty Roller, and Rodin Face Oil Stick, to hit retail shelves in October. Happy shopping!
The Allure editor-loved gold, undereye patches from Wander Beauty just got a hell of a lot more Instagram-friendly. The formerly gold foil patches — soaked in hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and aloe vera leaf juice to depuff tired eyes — now come in a glimmering rose gold hue for the impending holiday season. Here's to hoping the patches stick around well past New Year's.
Conceptualized by Madonna (yes, the Madonna), the MDNA Skin Beauty Roller is the ultimate jade roller, minus the, well, jade. Here's how it works: Apply your favorite moisturizer to skin, and then gently roll the tool — with the two carbon spheres at the top of the device — in an upward direction to stimulate lymphatic drainage. Once you finish with your face, take the roller down to the rest of your body for a head-to-toe, tension-relief experience.
Applying facial elixir has never been easier (and, to be honest, less messy) with the new Rodin Face Oil Stick. The travel-friendly tube, which comes in all three of variations of the brand's popular Face Oil (Jasmine & Neroli, Lavender Absolute, and Geranium & Orange Blossom), is best used on just-cleansed skin — simply swipe and go. No accidental spillage involved.
Brand-new to the U.S. market, Private Doctor hails from Seoul, South Korea, where its founder, renowned plastic surgeon Sang Hoon Park, crafted a truly innovative plastic surgery-meets-skin-care technology. Enter, the Minus Serum, a topical treatment that could very well rival fat-reducing injectables in the future. (Kind of.) Minus, the first and only product in the Private Doctor line, is made of micro-tingling spicules, and a patented sodium.