Beauty experts have named the “only” two products you need for glowing “angel” skin, and they can be yours for under $200.
The team of the beauty superstore of Mecca revealed that between a $134 exfoliating peel and $52 glow drops, you have everything you need to get a great complexion at home.
“In their own unique way — peels that take off to add shine, and drops that add to — these illuminating skincare game-changers are the epitome of ‘glow’ in a bottle, pad, dropper or pump,” the Mecca team said.
Beauty experts have named the “only” two products you need for glowing “angel” skin, and they can be yours for under $200 (Glow Drops pictured after use)
The first product highlighted by the experts is the Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel ($134; pictured before and after seven days of use)
1. dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel ($134)
The first product highlighted by the experts is the Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel ($134).
The exfoliating pads (pictured) only take two minutes to ‘shed away’ an outer layer of skin, before leaving it fresh and primed
These exfoliating pads only take two minutes to ‘remove’ an outer layer of skin, before leaving them fresh and primed so you can apply hydration to them.
The vegan peel pads are pre-dosed with five powerful alpha and beta hydroxy acids (AHAs and BHAs), as well as antioxidants and vitamins that accelerate cell turnover and remove any dull surface to reveal your concealed, flawless complexion.
Squalane, ceramides and Chinese foxglove seal off water loss, helping skin maintain its integrity and natural hydration balance for up to 72 hours.
To use the daily peel, dermatologist Dr. Dennis Gross recommends sweeping the step one pad once a day in circular motions over clean, dry skin.
After waiting two minutes, follow the path of step two before following your usual skin care regimen.
You should notice an almost immediate reduction in uneven skin tone, with women sharing photos of the results they have enjoyed after just seven days of using the pads.
The second item the Mecca experts say you need in your skincare regimen is Glow Recipe’s popular Watermelon Dew Drops ($52; pictured after use)
Suitable for all skin types, the drops can be used before or after a moisturizer to create a glossy finish (pictured before and after applying dew drops as a primer)
2. Glow Recipe Watermelon Dewdrops ($52)
The second item the Mecca experts say you need in your skincare regimen is the popular Glow Recipe Watermelon Dewdrops ($52).
Glow Drops is a ‘multi-use highlighting serum that gives a dewy glow without the use of glitter, pearls or mica’ (pictured)
“Glow or ‘dew’ drops can act as a skincare cheat sheet and give a juicy, youthful glow even if you skipped the basics of exfoliation and hydration,” the Mecca team said.
And there are none better than Glow Recipe’s drops.
This multi-use highlighting serum that gives a dewy glow without the use of glitter, pearls or mica can be used as a hydrating, brightening and moisturizing serum.
The drops are suitable for all skin types and can be used before or after moisturizer to create a glossy finish.
Ingredients like niacinimide and hyaluronic acid work to brighten dullness and even skin tone, minimize pores and improve barrier function (pictured before and after applying glow drops)
Ingredients such as niacinimide and hyaluronic acid work to brighten dullness, even out skin tone, minimize pores, improve barrier function and soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
To use the drops, apply one to two pumps before or after the moisturizer.
You can even take a pump of formula, dab the excess product onto the back of your hand, and gently pat a few small drops on the high points of the face in a patting motion.