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There’s a rea­son your beauty cabi­net is likely stocked with for­mu­la­tions that hero clay. It’s rich in an­tiox­i­dants (so long, pol­lu­tion and sun dam­age), whisks away the build-up of dead skin cells that re­duces over­all glow, and it even mops up ex­cess oil. The lat­est prod­uct ev­ery­one’s talk­ing about is In­n­is­free’s Su­per Vol­canic V Mousse Clay Mask, which does all of the t above when ap­plied two times per week.


If it’s trend­ing in the health food aisle at your lo­cal, chances are it’s show­ing up in your skin­care haul, too. Turmeric, the golden spice heroed in In­dian cul­tures, is an­ti­in­flam­ma­tory and its heal­ing prop­er­ties see it pop­ping up in all man­ner of acne treat­ments. Mi­randa Kerr’s Kora Or­gan­ics Turmeric Bright­en­ing and Ex­fo­li­at­ing Mask works dou­ble duty by nix­ing con­ges­tion zones while the golden in­gre­di­ent specif­i­cally gets to work on pig­men­ta­tion and age spots.


Leave it to Chanel to dis­cover a wild shrub, found only in the South­ern Alps of France, that has un­ri­valled skin ben­e­fits. Solidago ex­tract, the key in­gre­di­ent in Chanel’s Sublim­age L’Essence Fon­da­men­tale, firms the nat­u­ral con­tours of the skin ( hello, cheek­bones), al­most mim­ick­ing the ef­fects of doc­tor’s of­fice treat­ments.

In­n­is­free Su­per Vol­canic Clay Mousse Mask, $32.

Chanel Sublim­age L’Essence Fon­da­men­tale, $635.

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