Lancôme Absolue Rich Cream ($260) contains nearly 140 different rose molecules delicately extracted to preserve their anti-inflammatory properties (a boon for aging skin). Bonus: the chic refillable packaging.
Having second thoughts about using non-biodegradable glitter? Bite Beauty packed its new Crystal Crème Shimmer Lip Crayon ($28) full of responsibly sourced mica for a glorious plastic-free shimmer. Shine on.
Charlotte Tilbury is the queen of glamorous makeup, so it’s fitting that she’d know how best to remove it after a night of celebrity hobnobbing (or Netflix-watching—we do not judge). The Goddess Cleansing Ritual ($55) is her take on double cleansing: A rich coconut-oil-based cleanser removes makeup (with the help of a muslin cloth, included) and then a bamboo-charcoal cleanser cleans skin.
Tom Pecheux, makeup genius and global beauty director for YSL Beauté, designed the Shimmer Rush Face Palette ($60) to make you feel springlike (Reborn! Rested! Awake!) even if you aren’t quite there yet. Use a large fluffy brush to pick up the product and “put on the apples of your cheeks if you’re feeling a little under the weather,” he says.
Jasmine is the star ingredient in Dior J’Adore Absolu Eau de Parfum Spray ($172 for 75 mL). The potent white flower is harvested from fields in Grasse, France, in the morning light—when it is most fragrant—to capture its intensity. Notes of orange blossom and rose add to the scent.