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We’ll Be Using These Beauty Products All Autumn Long

Kick off the season with boob creams, CBD gummies, and coffee alternatives.

Summer ended just as swiftly as it started and now that we're on the brink of shorter days and colder temps, it's time to stock up on products that will keep the dewy vibes in rich supply and keep dry skin at bay. On top of that, we're still easing back into the routine of comfortably leaving the house on a semi-regular basis so naturally, it's highly likely that your 2020 roster of beauty go-to's needs a good shake up. Below, shop all of the fresh fall beauty and wellness drops that you'll want to get your hands on.

Goopglow Restore + Shine Hair Serum

The latest addition to Goopglow's hair line came to be when Gwyneth Paltrow couldn't find the perfect pre-poo serum to prep her hair during her morning workouts Enter Restore + Shine Hair Serum, an on-the-go treatment that goes in twenty minutes before shampooing. True to Goop form, it's packed with the good stuff — including coconut oil, castor oil, and sea buckthorn oil — to amp up the efficacy of your shampoo and leave your hair softer, shinier, and free of frizz. TBH, if it's good enough for Gwyneth, it's good enough for us.

Goop
$48

Im-possible Mascara

Never one to leave a stone unturned, this new mascara checks every box: lengthening, long-lasting, versatile, and refillable. For their third offering in the mascara category, Kjaer Weis combined the selling points of their Lengthening Mascara and their Lush Up Volumizing Mascara and turned the volume up on each to give devotees full, feathery lashes in a sleek, sustainable tube.

Kjaer Weis
$32

Glow First Priming Serum

You don't have to say goodbye to your summer glow quite yet. The Glow First Priming Serum is a gel-serum that uses Microdroplet Technology, meaning that the formula contains jojoba droplets that burst as soon as you smear it on—hello there, hydration. This creates a base layer that leaves your skin feeling supple, looking luminescent, and firmly gripping onto whatever's applied on top. And as per usual, it's completely clean.

BeautyCounter
$59

Bounce Always On Radiant Skin Tint

Low key makeup can be high-impact, too. To add to their growing selection of complexion products, Beautyblender's new tint is sure to capture the hearts of makeup lovers, who swear by the brand's signature sponge, and skin care enthusiasts who will fall for Always On's combo of hyaluronic acid and niacinamide. The shade range is particularly impressive, with twenty shades that adapt to your skin's undertones, meaning it will look natural enough for you to get away with saying you're "bare faced". Don't worry, we won't tell.

Beautyblender
$29

Antioxidant Body Wash

Yes, this will look beautiful in your shower. But Salt & Stone's first foray into body care (beyond their signature deodorants) is more than just a pretty face. The formula features hyaluronic acid for moisture, niacinamide for texture and tone, and antioxidant blueberry extract to soothe irritations. To set the spa-like scene, the wash has a soothing scent of eucalyptus and bergamot.

Salt & Stone
$36

Bionic Liquid Blush

Nothing says "naturally flushed" like a liquid blush. Whether you want a subtle cast of color or a more dramatic finish, this goes on sheer but it's very buildable. This isn't your average blush, though. For their first liquid offering, they went to an uncommon source: mushrooms. Bionic Blush is infused with snow mushroom, which is ultra hydrating, and reishi mushroom, which is loaded with antioxidants. To amp up the skin care-level efficacy, the formula also features hyaluronic acid.

Milk Makeup
$20

Berry Bright Vitamin C Eye Cream

Here's the thing: many of us think that we need to be of a particular age to use eye cream. But the truth is, it's never too early to incorporate an eye cream into your skin care routine. With vitamin C as the hero ingredient, this one's both preemptive and corrective. The Miranda Kerr-approved cream uses antioxidants from kangaroo paw flower, kakadu plum, cloudberry, red ginseng and quinoa to brighten dark circles and smooth the appearance of fine lines. Plus, it's energized with rose quartz for an extra dose of positive vibes. The packaging is inspired by the stone and the result is sure to be a standout on your nightstand. And the good thing is that you won't have to part with it—the product comes in refillable pods.

Kora Organics
$54

Hydro Grip Eyeshadow and Concealer Primer

It's highly likely that Milk's Hydro Grip Primer is already in your skin prep arsenal, but this new iteration is all about the eyes. If your intricate eye looks end up fading or bleeding, even with primer applied, this will give them an extra dose of staying power. The formula includes blue agave, cannabis seed extract, hyaluronic acid, and niacinamide to bring eye looks to the next level on every level.

Milk Makeup
$24

Mandarin Orange Hemp-derived CBD Gumdrops

Fall isn't all about pumpkin; the newest addition to Lord Jones' lineup is a refreshing, fruity treat to help put you ease into a new season. In the box of 9 gumdrops, each is infused with 20 milligrams of CBD, just enough to gently nudge you into a more relaxed state.

Lord Jones
$50

PritiPolish

Every part of the PritiPolish application is designed to be a moment. From the color-shifting powder-to-cream exfoliant to the custom rose gold scoop, it'll probably be your new favorite step in your nighttime routine. Oryza sativa rice powder is PritiPolish's hero ingredient, a super fine natural exfoliant that gently buffs away at dead skin. The formula also features pomegranate extract for brightening and arnica Montana flower extract to keep inflammation at bay.

Prakti
$42

Eye Pods Eyeshadows in Rendezvous

In honor of rendezvous being in our Google Cals again, Gucci Westman's new palette is designed to create all of the "I'm outside!" eye looks that we've been longing to wear. In a YouTube video, Westman explained that the tricolor palette is inspired by an iconic photo of Veruschka von Lehndorff. "It's earthy, it's easy, it's beautiful, and it's approachable," she says of the photo. Bonne Chance is a metallic green, Frappé is an ashy brown, and Bisou is a peachy highlight. The trio is obviously on-theme for fall, but can easily be integrated into neutral looks year-round.

Westman Atelier
$88

B-line Boob Cream + Bush Oil

Let's not forget, your body care routine should cover every corner. As its name suggests, Boob Cream is an ultra-rich moisturizer meant to keep the skin on breasts, chests, and décolleté firm and supple using rosehip seed oil, coconut oil, and peach butter. Meanwhile, Bush Oil is a lightweight dry oil that softens intimate hair, prevents ingrowns, and leaves behind the lush scent of lavender, ylang, and neroli.

True Botanicals
$86

Ting

Like its namesake (Caribbeans, IYKYK), Ting is a sweet and refreshing pick-me-up that you stir into water to replace your morning brew. If you're sensitive to certain stimulants, or just prefer to steer clear, this can give you a boost of energy without the jittery aftereffects. The mango-flavored non-stim powder is packed with Vitamin B12, ginseng, and organic B-complex for mood, memory, and metabolism support.

Moon Juice
$42

Out of Sight Dark Spot Gel

At last, atonement for a summer full of picking blemishes. To make your breakup with hyperpigmentation quick and easy, Out of Sight blends tranexamic acid, kojic acid, and niacinamide to even out your skin tone and ease the appearance of dark spots.

Versed
$17
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