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11/01/2021

Beauty Product Spotlight: November 2021

This month, DSN is highlighting products from Hair Biology, Hair Food, Osea, Versed and Epicutis.
Gisselle Gaitan
Online Editor
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Fall is officially in full swing. 

Colder weather means beauty routines are currently undergoing a slight change. Consumers are now on the hunt for products that can help transition their skin, hair and personal care routines to ones that cater to issues that arise due to colder temperatures. 

To help make the transition a bit smoother, the team at DSN has compiled a list of products that are to help skin and hair care needs for the months to come.

[Read More: Beauty Product Spotlight: October 2021]

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Hair Biology Silver Shine Serum
Catering to the needs of those with silver or gray hair, Hair Biology’s Silver Shine Serum is a lightweight cream that melts onto tresses and helps restore moisture and shine.

Infused with biotin, the serum, which is absorbed weightlessly onto the hair, also aims to smoothen and soften tresses.

Free of parabens and dyes, the product is scientifically designed for the hair needs of women who are aged 50 years old and older.

Retailing for $9.99, Hair Biology’s Silver Shine Serum is available exclusively online at Target.com and Target stores nationwide.

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Hair Food Sulfate Free Coconut & Argan Oil Heat Protective Blend
For some, air-drying their hair is no longer an option, so using heat tools is now a must.

In order to protect hair, Hair Food is rolling out its Sulfate Free Coconut & Argan Oil Heat Protective Blend, which is infused with coconut and argan oil, and looks to seal and protect hair from heat damage up to 450°F.

Also formulated to prevent damage and restore smoothness, the spray works best when applies generously in sections of hair prior to applying heat directly onto the strands.

Retailing from $9.99 to $10.99 per 6.4-fl-oz., Hair Food’s Sulfate Free Coconut & Argan Oil Heat Protective Blend is available at select mass-market retailers nationwide.

[Read More: 2021 DSN Top Women in Health, Wellness & Beauty winners]

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Osea Anti-Aging Sea Serum
For those looking to support their skin health, Osea’s Anti-Aging Sea Serum could be the product to help target several concerns.

This bioactive serum looks to target signs of aging, as well as support the skin’s moisture barrier.

Made with such ingredients as seaweed, vitamin C, niacinamide, ceramides and natural peptides, this serum also aims to support a brighter complexion, improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Featuring a formula that is free of fragrances and essential oils, Osea’s Anti-Aging Sea Serum retails for $88 at oseamalibu.com.

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Versed Mood Lighting Glow Drops
For those who simply can’t leave their summer glow behind, Versed has just the product to keep complexions shimmery.

The Mood Lighting Glow Drops, which provide users with a lit-from-within glow, also gives skin a boost of antioxidants and hydration.

Made with peptides, specifically polyglutamic acid to increase skin elasticity and moisturization levels, it also contains blackberry extracts to defend against damage and leave skin feeling smooth.

Suitable to be used on its own, as a makeup primer, or as the final step in any skin care routine, Versed’s Mood Lighting Glow Drops in bronzed and golden shades retail for $17.99 each at versedskin.com and Target stores.

[Read More: Virtual roundtable: Women beauty leaders discuss the category]

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Epicutis Lipid Recovery Mask
Epicutis is looking to help revitalize and boost skin health with its Lipid Recovery Mask. Containing a unique blend of highly concentrated actives, it has been formulated without preservatives or ingredients that could cause damage to the skin, according to the company.

Designed with the proprietary ingredient TSC, which is formulated with zinc and multiple molecular weight hyaluronic acid, the mask can also help reduce skin inflammation.

In addition, the mask also looks to help with fine lines and wrinkles, reduce blemishes and protect against collagen breakdown, the company said.

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