This holiday season treat the skincare lover in your life to some products they can really get psyched about. Here are a few of my favorites, sure to please anyone on your list who’s obsessed with trying the latest and greatest in skincare.

A Beauty Editor's Gift Guide for Skincare Lovers

Skin Authority VitaD Fortified Topical Elixir – $59

Skin Authority holds a special place in my heart not just because their products are highly effective and deliver on all of their promises, but also because the Founder and CEO of the company, Celeste Hilling is the skincare nerd I aspire to be! When I interviewed her for an upcoming story she was so knowledgeable about all matters of skincare and the science behind it, I could have talked her ear off all day. In forty-five minutes I had a whole new set of knowledge. For example, did you know that vitamin D is actually a hormone and that 8/10 people are deficient? That’s why Skin Authority created their VitaD Fortified Topical Elixir. This product was ingeniously formulated to trigger skin to make more vitamin D naturally. VitaD also helps to brighten and firm skin. Of course, it’s packed with vitamin D, but it also boasts vitamins A, E, and K. Head to Skin Authority to learn more about all of their innovative products. I won’t blame you if you wind up sneaking a few extra goodies into your cart for yourself alongside your gifts.

A Beauty Editor's Gift Guide for Skincare Lovers

The Vermont Country Store Hyaluronic Acid Blueberry Liquid – $39.99

Ingestible beauty is seriously having a moment right now. This beauty edible infused with hyaluronic acid is one of my absolute faves. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring protein in the body. It acts as a lubricant for our joints, eyes, ears, and heart. As we age, our body’s production of hyaluronic acid slows. Every skincare junkie has at least one (or five, who’s counting?) topical hyaluronic acids in their arsenal because it holds 1000 times its weight in water, making it the ultimate moisturizer. Anyone who loves skincare will love this tasty supplement from The Vermont Country Store. Not only will they be super impressed that you know what hyaluronic acid is, but they’ll be even more impressed once they start to see their skin glow from the inside out thanks to this liquid gold.

A Beauty Editor's Gift Guide for Skincare Lovers

Natura Bissé Diamond Mist – $90

I recently visited The Spa at Trump SoHo and they introduced me to Natura Bissé. After my facial, I was blown away by the luxe line so I asked my esthetician to recommend one of their products for at-home use and she suggested their Diamond Mist. This lovely, lavender-scented mist can be sprayed on any time to give skin a boost of energy and hydration to ensure skin stays bright and beautiful all day long.

A Beauty Editor's Gift Guide for Skincare Lovers

Pestle & Mortar Pure Hyaluronic Serum – $69.99

As mentioned above, hyaluronic acid is a must-have in any skincare lover’s routine so obviously, any skin aficionado would be thrilled to receive it this holiday season. I’ve tried a few different hyaluronic acid serums and they can often be sticky and take upwards of 10 minutes to fully absorb into my skin. After applying just one drop, I could tell that Pestle & Mortar’s Pure Hyaluronic Serum was different. The lightweight, fragrance-free formula fully absorbs into skin almost immediately, leaving it radiant with a silky finish free of dullness and fine lines.

 

A Beauty Editor's Gift Guide for Skincare Lovers

Spa & Wellness BLACK Card – $10-$500

What’s better than giving the gift of wellness during the holiday season? Whether you giftee is partial to massages, facials, botox, or hair services, they’ll easily be able to pick their favorite treatments from over 8,000 spa and wellness locations across the country. Plus, you can load up the card with anywhere between $10-$500 which means it’s never been easier to give the gift of relaxation to anyone on your list.

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