New Product Launches From Dermalogica, Benefit, Coco & Eve

3 new product launches in April 2024

Published on April 12, 2024

By Terry

This Month’s New Product Launches

We strive ourselves at SKINSKOOL on staying up to date with the beauty market's offerings. This is why we have a dedicated team adding products to our database every day. Some of these are user requests or sometimes they are new product launches we see at different retailers. Here are a few of this month's new product launches that caught our eye as being right on trend with the rocketship growth of the eye and exfoliation categories:

Dermalogica Powerbright Dark Spot Peel ($79 for 50mL)

Dermalogica Dark Spot Peel

We just added the newest member of Dermalogica’s hyperpigmentation roster and you can see what its INCI ingredient list is comparing to here. Dermalogica's new at-home peel is designed to address surface hyperpigmentation issues, the brand claims, offering a solution for those contending with UV-induced dark spots, post-blemish marks, and melasma across various skin tones. According to the brand, the peel's effectiveness lies in its blend of AHAs and PHAs, including Mandelic Acid, which is said to facilitate rapid exfoliation of pigmented cells. The brand also claims that the inclusion of Tranexamic Acid and Niacinamide can assist in evening out the skin tone. An Omega-3 blend derived from algae is incorporated to restore the skin's barrier and soothe, aiming to minimize the triggers associated with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. The peel is rounded off with a turmeric butter blend, which the brand suggests will not only nourish the skin but is packed with antioxidants to leave the skin feeling smoother and softer.

Benefit the POREfessional Wow Polish ($49 for 45g)

Benefit The POREfessional Wow Polish

We are seeing more and more exfoliating powders on the market, the most iconic of course being the Microfoliant by Dermalogica. Benefit has just launched the Wow Polish which they call a triple exfoliating powder and we’ve added it to the database here. This new skincare offering aims to redefine facial scrubs, distancing itself from the abrasive scrubs of the past which the brand humorously likens to "sand (and sadness)." Instead, this water-activated pore polisher is a blend of three distinct powders that promise a gentle buffing action. As the brand claims, this trio works in harmony to smooth the skin before transforming into a cleansing foam that washes away impurities. The immediate result is an invigorated glow, with purported long-term benefits including diminished pore appearance and improved skin uniformity. The brand highlights key ingredients: Perlite in the teal powder to manage oiliness and enhance skin texture; Lactic Acid, an AHA in the purple powder, tasked with refining pores and brightening the complexion; and Gluconolactone, a PHA in the white powder, which is said to retexturize and even out the skin tone. The brand encourages users to anticipate a transformative 'WOW' moment with continued use.


Coco & Eve Depuff Eye Cream ($38 for 20g)

Coco & Eve Depuff Eye Cream

We’ve also added a new eye cream by Coco & Eve to our database and the INCI ingredient list compare results are here. The new Depuff Eye Cream positions itself as a revitalizing treatment, with the brand likening its effects to a "triple shot of espresso" for the eyes. The brand claims that this product targets the classic signs of eye fatigue, including sagging eyelids, fine lines, and persistent dark circles. It's marketed as an all-in-one solution with the potential to lift, smooth, de-puff, and brighten the eye area. The formula is said to feature biomimetic peptides and caffeine, ingredients chosen for their firming, lifting, and skin-brightening capabilities, especially aimed at diminishing dark circles. According to the brand's statements, users can expect to see up to an 80% reduction in dark circles and a 19% increase in the lifting effect of the eyelids within two weeks. The brand also claims that the eye cream can significantly reverse skin aging signs, citing up to a 35% decrease in the appearance of wrinkles and a 24% increase in skin density. Furthermore, the brand suggests improvements in skin softness and smoothness by up to 50% and an impressive 115% boost in collagen production around the eyes.

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