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La Mousse Off/On Foaming Cleanser
They say: A foaming facial cleanser from French luxury brand Dior that removes makeup and impurities from skin while preserving hydration levels. Suitable for all skin types, the 90-per-cent natural formula features French water lily and cornflower water to purify and soothe skin.
We say: Our tester found this foaming cleanser gently removed the day’s makeup and grime without stripping skin. The floral-scented formula foams on skin for a pleasant sensory experience and rinses away cleanly.
$60 | Sephora, sephora.com
Face Tan Water
They say: A self-tanning water for the face with “aloe vera, white tea extract, cucumber extract, rosehip extract, fruit extract, chamomile extract and vitamins A, C and E” to hydrate and soften skin. The Canadian brand’s product promises to provide a “streak free and natural looking tan.”
We say: Always timid about trying at-home tanning products, our tester applied this colourless spray and was pleased overall. The spritz format makes for mess-free application while also ensuring it’s easy to spray onto the face, neck and chest for better blending. One application yielded the subtlest of sun-kissed effects while continued use proved to develop a deeper tan effect.
$40 | Nuda.ca
Fenty eau de parfum
They say: A new “fantasy” fragrance from Rihanna that features notes of magnolia, musk, tangerine, blueberry, Bulgarian rose absolute, geranium and patchouli. The “chypre floral” fragrance is billed as being suitable for all genders.
We say: Our tester found this elixir to be unique. The blueberry and patchouli notes played prominently at first spritz, drying down to an earthy floral-musk aroma that had some serious staying power on skin.
$195 for 75 mL | Fentybeauty.com