Don’t let the name fool you — clean skincare has nothing to do with cleanliness. Rather, it refers to products that skip out on potentially harmful or irritating ingredients like phthalates, fragrances, and parabens. Basically, they’ve vetted the ingredients list to make sure that you’re not putting anything on your face that doesn’t need to be there.
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Ole Henriksen Truth Juice Daily Cleanser
Inspired by the tried- and-true juice cleanse, this face wash contains an exfoliating agent to remove dead skin cells, while orange fruit water imparts a refreshing zest.
Counterman Oil-Free Face Lotion
Fragrance- and oil-free, this lightweight moisturizer contains a sequoia stem cell complex to help control oil production without drying out skin.
Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Dream Face Cream
This reformulation of a skincare classic is free from parabens and phthalates. Wear it overnight to give your skin’s natural recovery process a boost.
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Caudalie Vinoperfect Instant Brightening Moisturizer
This new moisturizer uses a mix of natural and synthetic ingredients to correct and pre- vent dark spots while hydrating the skin. The formula’s mica, used to add a subtle, healthy glow, is responsibly sourced.
Biossance Peptide Eye Gel
Reduce the look of puffiness and dark circles around the eyes with squalane, a sustainable, bioengineered alternative to shark liver oil. The lightweight gel formula instantly refreshes after a late night.
Ren Perfect Canvas Clean Jelly Oil Cleanser
Remove sweat, city grime, and even sunscreen without any harsh sulfates. This cleanser transforms from jelly to oil to liquid upon application for a gentle yet effective cleanse.
Photography by Joseph Saraceno
Styling by Wilson Wong (P1M)