Every Skincare Product You Need for Your 30s, 40s, and 50s, According to Sephora
When we were teenagers, skincare was pretty streamlined. Cleanse, tone, moisturize, and apply sunscreen and you were good to go. Nowadays — edging into our 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond — things aren’t quite as straightforward. Lucky for us, Sephora understands the struggle and has come to the rescue with their latest collection of PLAY! SMARTS, single-purchase boxes focused around a specific theme or skill. Where their first foray into these must-have curations began in June 2018 with Glitter Eyes for Real Life, followed by Superfoods: Feed Your Face in July, this month it’s all about catering to your age.
Dubbed PLAY! SMARTS: Skincare by Age, each $20 box offers six deluxe samples, with informational cards about them and the theme, to tackle the most pressing aging complexion concerns. After purchasing, shoppers are invited to watch a live, interactive crash course in the products to learn how to get the most out of the swoon-worthy ingredients and be given the chance to chat with the presenter.
Below, we’ve included what you can expect to unveil in each box.
PLAY! SMARTS: Skincare by Age: 30s: Fresh Black Tea Age-Delay Eye Concentrate, Tatcha The Deep Cleanser, Tarte Drink of H20, Dr. Gross Alpha Beta Peels Extra Strength, Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40, and Kiehl’s Calendula Deep Cleaning Foaming Face Wash.
PLAY! SMARTS: Skincare by Age: 40s: Caudalie Premier Cru Eye, Kiehl’s Glow Elixir, Tatcha Water Cream, Sunday Riley Good Genes All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment, Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Oil, and Volution SPF.
PLAY! SMARTS: Skincare by Age: 50s: Algenist Elevate Retinol, Murad Invisiblur, Caudalie Premier Cru Eye, Drunk Elephant Lala Retro Whipped Cream, Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery, and Fresh Soy Facial Cleaner.
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