A collage featuring new beauty products from Garnier, Haus Labs, Paula’s Choice, Prada and Mii Cosmetics

ON THE RADAR: Beauty launches to know about from February 2024

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From Garnier’s new matte moisturiser to the latest exfoliator from Paula’s Choice, there were lots of beauty launches in February 2024 to be excited about. Here’s our pick of the best.

Last month we saw new beauty products launched from some big brands: Paula’s Choice, Haus Labs, Prada and Givenchy — so what’s worth buying? Here, we’ve picked a few of our favourites to consider.

A product shot of the Paula's Choice mandelic exfoliator on a beige background


Paula’s Choice new exfoliating toner to rival its BHA

Anyone looking for a salicylic acid (BHA) toner to reduce oiliness, breakouts and congestion, will probably consider Paula’s Choice 2% BHA — a skincare cult favourite. Now, for those looking to reduce hyperpigmentation, brighten skin and slow ageing, there’s the 6% mandelic + 2% lactic acid AHA liquid exfoliant (£35). Mandelic acid is thought to be one of the gentlest forms of alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), so a fantastic option for all skin tones and skin types.

Haus Labs PHD Hybrid Lip Oil

You might not be happy to hear another lip oil has hit the market — but it’s gone straight to the top as a contender for best lip oil on the market. Haus Labs PHD Lip Oil is thick, so lasts long on the lips while also packing a good punch of colour, leaving us wondering why all the shades are called ‘sheer’. Regardless, it’s the perfect, low maintenance alternative to lipstick and well worth the money (£22). It comes in Sheer Orange, Sheer Berry, Sheer Pink, Sheer Cherry and Clear.

Prada’s new matte red lipsticks

Prada now has three new shades in its hyper-matte lipstick range: Dragon, Blaze and Mahogany (£39). Promising all-day wear without drying the lip, a tricky feat for matte products, it’s also easy to apply thanks to thanks to its triangular shape.

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A mixed race model swipes a Mii Cosmetics resurfacing pad over her cheek
Mii Cosmetics Resurfacing Pads

Resurfacing Pads from Mii Cosmetics

A trend we’re seeing across various skincare brands is exfoliating pads over toners or serums. The new Mii Cosmetics Resurfacing Pads (£26) promise to be biodegradable and tackle a range of skin concerns including dullness, fine lines, uneven skin texture and tone, enlarged pores and breakouts thanks to four exfoliating acids including glycolic, citric acid and BHA.

The new Irresistible Eau de Parfum Very Floral from Givenchy

The first Irresistible by Givenchy launched in 2020, and now the brand has added the ‘Very Floral’ version (from £67 for 35ml). A reinterpretation of the original rose duo scent, it now includes centifolia rose absolute from Grasse with sunny notes of ylang-ylang heart and Indian sambac jasmine absolute.

A matte face moisturiser from Garnier

The most innovative of all new beauty products launched so far this year (in our humble opinion), Garnier’s new AHA+BHA Charcoal Daily Mattifying Air Cream (£9.99) is black but absorbs invisibly into the skin. With niacinamide (which supports the skin barrier and regulates oil production), AHA and BHA (chemical exfoliators), along with glycerine for hydration, it promises to reduce blackheads and breakouts while keeping oily skin shine-free all day long.

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Prada’s new matte red lipsticksCellDerma GF5 Next Gen serum on a stack of circle platforms
CellDerma GF5 Next Gen serum

The new and improved growth factor peptide serum from CellDerma

The new GF5 Next Gen serum (£156.75) from CellDerma follows the GF5 serum. Both offer growth factors that aim to slow and reverse skin damage and signs of ageing, but the new serum has the addition of a peptide (palmitoyl tripeptide-8) to reduce skin redness and sensitivity, copper peptides to support the skin barrier and wound healing, and a ceramide complex to boost moisture levels.

Primark Beauty’s serum for menopausal skin

The new PS… Skin Menopause Firming and Radiance Boosting Serum (£5) from Primark Beauty promises to tackle three of the most common skin side effects of the menopause: dry skin, acne and sagging. The serum contains niacinamide (great for both breakouts and dry skin), green tea (an antioxidant which is said to defend skin against external aggressors and photoageing) and hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump.

A new range of skincare with manuka honey

The new Manuka Doctor ceramide skincare range features three essential ceramides plus moisturising manuka honey to help keep the skin barrier healthy and protected — ideal for dry and sensitive skin. The range features a gentle foaming Ceramide Smoothing Cleanser (£15), a super-rich Ceramide Moisturising Cream (£15) and a Ceramide Moisturising Lotion SPF30 (£15) for the day.

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