Not to throw shade at new makeup launches—hello, we love a long-wear concealer—but few things are more exciting than the genius innovations and technology that crop up regularly in skin care. In February, especially, a whole slew of skin-brightening, extra-moisturizing skin care products are landing on shelves. From extra-hydrating serums (necessary for this polar vortex) to calming face oils that’ll soothe wind-chilled skin, the latest and greatest formulas offer new options for every skin type and concern. Skin looking duller than an encyclopedia? Need a new moisturizer? Just curious? Whatever the reason, you’ll find everything you’re looking for—and maybe a few surprises—below. Scroll on for the best new skin care products (plus, a few great fragrances) dropping in February 2019.

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Philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar

Any product that removes the layer of grime that accumulates on my skin after a day of running between workouts and meetings in the city is always a winner to me. But since I also have really sensitive skin, I’m very picky about the products I use. I love this super-gentle mask-meets-scrub. It buffs off buildup right before my eyes and leaves my skin feeling soft—not stripped. —Macaela Mackenzie, senior health editor

$35 at Sephora

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Sweet Chef Beet + Vitamin A Serum

This refining serum is like glass skin in a bottle. I’ve been using it twice a week, but even after the first night I noticed a difference in my skin. Thanks to the combo of vitamin A (a.k.a. retinol), moisturizing beet, and omega-infused seaberry fruit extract, the texture I have from old acne was visibly softer and smoother. For $20, you can’t beat it. —Khaliha Hawkins, producer

$19.99 at Target

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Ferragamo Amo Flowerful Eau de Toilette

I don’t usually go for something this sweet, but I’ve really been loving this fragrance. It’s got a light, floral scent that’s perfect for spring, and it hardly fades throughout the day. The number of compliments I’ve gotten on it practically pays for itself. —Azadeh Valanejad, social video producer

$108 at Bloomingdale’s

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Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Hydrating Mask with Avocado & Swiss Glacier Water

I suffer from painfully dry skin in the winter, and this mask, which is packed with hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, avocado, and Swiss glacier water, instantly flooded my skin with long-lasting moisture—literally overnight. After just one use, my skin was noticeably softer, smoother, and overall much plumper. It doesn’t hurt that it’s made with all-natural ingredients either. —Stephanie Griffin, assistant social media manager

$26 at Sephora

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Tory Burch Love Relentlessly Fou de Toi

If you’re looking to invest in a new and unique scent for spring, this limited-edition fragrance is for you. Not only is the bottle beautiful, but its scent is super fresh, feminine, and filled with floral aromas the moment you spray it. To put it short, the scent is absolutely amazing, and extremely light and long-lasting. —S.G.

$120 at Sephora


AmorePacific Youth Revolution Radiance Concentrator

I thought glass skin was the stuff of myths and Photoshop until I started using this K-beauty serum. It’s packed with vitamin C to brighten and green tea to calm, plus it smells delightfully rich. Paired with the brand’s new sleeping mask, it left my skin more revitalized within a week. —Lindsay Schallon, senior beauty editor

$250 at AmorePacific Youth Revolution Radiance Concentrator

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e.l.f. Cosmetics Holy Hydration! Face Cream

This heavy-duty moisturizer is packed with all sorts of nourishing ingredients, like hyaluronic acid, squalane, and brightening niacinamides, to give you a soft, smooth complexion until spring rolls around. Not only that, but the vegan, cruelty-free formula is free of parabens and pthalates, leaving room for only the good stuff. —Deanna Pai, contributor

$12 at Ulta


Laneige Lavender Water Sleeping Mask

If, like me, you have trouble catching up on your beauty sleep (totally guilty of rewatching Gossip Girl until 2:00 A.M.), this mask does double duty to help you wake up looking fresh. It’s enriched with mineral water and hyaluronic acid to deeply moisturize dehydrated skin, as well as apricot and primrose extracts to brighten. The new lavender scent will help destress and lull you to sleep. The next thing you know, you’ll be looking better rested than Sleeping Beauty. —Bella Cacciatore, beauty assistant

$25 at Laneige Lavender Water Sleeping Mask


Bliss Hydration Salvation Moisturizing Camellia Facial Oil

As someone who still has trust issues with oil—blame it on years of breakouts—this won me over with fermented camellia oil. The fermentation process breaks the oil into smaller, weightless particles that don’t feel greasy and sink in quickly, delivering tons of moisture and antioxidants to deeper layers of skin. —D.P.

$22 at Bliss

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Dolce & Gabanna The Only One Eau de Parfum

Meet the cozy new fragrance perfect for polar vortex weather. Dolce & Gabbana’s The Only One has heart notes of coffee, vanilla, and patchouli to create a sweet, warm base, while violet, citrus, and iris keep things interesting. —B.C.

$94 at Sephora

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Sephora Collection Goji Rubber Mask

If there’s one thing that’s better than a face mask, it’s a mask that feels like a science experiment. The Sephora Collection Goji Rubber Mask is no exception. Mixing the powdery formula with water to create a rubbery slime is the ultimate in mad beauty science. Not only is this mask fun to use, but it works. The rubber texture is great for locking in moisture, and it peels off so there’s no need to rinse. The ingredients are great too: Goji berries are packed full of antioxidants to leave skin looking brighter and more refreshed, and the coconut water is super soothing. —B.C.

$6 at Sephora

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Diptyque Limited Edition Damascaena Candles

Owning a Diptyque candle is practically a rite of passage. But if minimal isn’t your style, it can feel a bit much to shell out over $60 for a candle. The brand’s new Valentine’s collection, a collaboration with illustrator Jeanne Detallante, is still very chic and very French, but the bright colors make it a little more fun, and a true collector’s item. Plus, the fresh rose smell is divine, and Diptyque candles are some of the longest lasting out there. Go on, treat yourself. —B.C.

$72 at Diptyque

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