Oils continue to find a receptive audience among beauty consumers. This spring’s newest run the gamut from a dry oil for hair to a shimmering body version. “Oils have recently surged to become a major player in the U.S. skin-care market, and we think cleansing oils will be the next big thing,” says Priya Venkatesh, Sephora’s vice president of merchandising, skin care.
According to The NPD Group, in 2012, sales of skin care–sunscreen hybrids rose 7.7 percent. The season’s newest sunscreens reflect that trend, featuring a panoply of antiaging ingredients. La Mer’s new sun collection features marine peptides to firm skin, while Boscia uses hyaluronic acid to help retain moisture.
LA MER Soleil de la Mer The Reparative Body Sun Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 30, $85
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