From a lotion that hydrates from day to night to an eyeliner that makes your lashes grow, these products are part of the beauty wave of the future.
Maybelline New York Dream Nude Airfoam Lightweight Foam Foundation, $11
The light, airy foam texture evens your skin tone without feeling heavy or sinking into lines.
Eucerin Professional Repair Lotion- Extremely Dry Skin, $8
Chlorine from the pool and salt from the ocean can take a toll on your skin during the summer; this body hydrator contains the highest percentage of urea (an ultra-effective moisturizing ingredient) available without a prescription. Count on it to alleviate flaky skin for more than 24 hours.
Clarisonic Acne Clarifying Collection, $169
The original has been a favorite among facialists for years. Now the company has created a new kit for pimple prone skin; it comes with a specially-designed brush head that deep cleans pores and a zit-busting salicylic acid cleanser enriched with botanicals to reduce redness.
Physicians Formula Eye Booster 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Felt-Tip Eyeliner + Serum, $11
The marker-like applicator is infused with a potent peptide formula that helps your lashes look longer and fuller over time. Bonus: The long-lasting liner comes in four pretty shades.
Guerlain Noir G Mascara, $49
A hidden mirror in the case makes this mascara perfect for on-the-go touchups. Packed with keratin, the ultra-black formula conditions and strengthens lashes while you wear it.
Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunscreen Lotion, $10
Launched last year, the spray version revolutionized the sunscreen aisle since you can apply it when you’re still damp. Now the potent protector comes in a lotion version—ideal for those with dry skin.
Veet High Precision Facial Wax, $9
The tiny applicator tip allows you to apply wax only where you want it so results are extra-precise.
L’Oreal Paris EverStyle Alcohol-Free Strong Hold Styling Spray, $7
The first ever 100% alcohol-free and non-aerosol strong-hold spray available at the drugstore, this product holds hair in place without feeling.