T+L Reports: Skin Wonders
Published: June 2009
By Kari Molvar
All those products weighing you down?Eliminate the bulk in your suitcase with these single-dose
packets. One squeeze of Dermalogica's Daily Resurfacer ($65 for 35 packets)—each
of which comes with a sponge pad—dispenses rice-and-fruit extracts to exfoliate your
skin. · The Express Mask for Tired Feet & Legs ($4 each) from
Apivita stimulates circulation in your extremities with a blend of aromatherapy botanicals.
· The protein and peptides in DDF's RMX Essential serum ($200 for 56) stop wrinkles before they form. · Chasing acetone aroma with a lavender scent, Lippmann
Stripper to Go pads ($5 for six) are an inoffensive way to take off nail polish.
· Candlenut Body Crème ($5 for four) from Juara cloaks dry knees,
elbows, and hands in a grease-free layer of emollient oils. · Carita's Anti-Puffiness
Patch ($48 for five) contours itself to the eye area, ministering destressing benefits
in under 10 minutes. · With four foundation shades, the Make-up Artist Kit ($10
for eight products) from Burt's Bees lets you blend to match your skin tone. ·
The Deep Sea Aqua Sheet Mask ($3 each) from Missha contains seawater, aloe,
and cucumber extracts to restore dehydrated skin. · Prada's Hydrating Gel Cream ($60 for three) is a tinted moisturizer with skin-firming micro-minerals and SPF 15.
The all-natural Self Tanning Towelettes ($25 for 16) from Comodynes ensure a
streak-free glow. —KARI MOLVAR