A Touch of Luxury: The Best Skincare Brands For You

A healthy routine at the start or end of your day does wonders and shows evident results for your skin. For most people, sticking to a skincare routine is a form of self-care. These routines, whether simple or elaborate, can help keep one’s skin feeling and looking tight, vibrant, and healthy-looking.

If you are contemplating indulging your skin in a routine treatment, look at these luxury skincare brands guaranteed to deliver stunning results. These brands may have that perfect product that will keep you feeling like your best self. 


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Dr. Yannis Alexandrides, a US and European board-certified plastic surgeon, is the creator of the 111Skin brand. The science-based brand is patented with NAC Y2 ingredient, which is purely potent and improves skin resilience, brightens the skin, and protects the skin from harsh environmental conditions. 111Skin patrons highly recommend and attest to the brand’s mask. 

Augustinus Bader

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Augustinus Bader is a German scientist who has studied stem cell effects for decades, particularly on burn victims. His patented ingredient, Trigger Factor Complex, or TFC8, improves skin hydration and lines. The Cream and The Rich Cream are a staple for the brand’s regular customers. 


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Dior’s brand not only focuses on clothing and apparel but also on quality skincare products. It uses natural ingredients, such as Longoza, that’s harvested from Dior’s gardens located in Madagascar. The Capture Totale Intensive Restorative Night Cream offers age-defying and anti-fatigue components, which gives users a fresh look upon waking. 

Dr. Barbara Sturm

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Dr. Barbara Sturm’s products convey a basic skincare routine packed with results. Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum and Face Cream Rich are the brand’s most sought-after products for their hydrating and rejuvenating properties. The products contain Purslane, a vital active ingredient and a potent antioxidant that penetrates the skin, reducing fine lines and leaving its patrons with supple skin. 

Drunk Elephant

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The skincare brand’s catchy name stems from the ingredient marula oil, a nourishment elephants eat in the wild. Drunk Elephant’s skincare is designed to work well with one another. Loyal followers of the brand recommend the Vitamin C Day Serum, a product that promotes collagen production and protects the skin from harmful UV damage.

La Mer

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La Mer started with Dr. Max Huber’s accident, which resulted in burns on his skin. After discovering the healing effects of sea kelp, he established Crème de La Mer to share the products that helped him heal. The brand boasts the use of natural ingredients found in the sea and all its essences that can be found across La Mer’s products. 

La Prairie

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La Prairie has been around since 1931 and has garnered prominent personalities as its loyal skincare patrons. It exclusively uses the best white and gold caviar, platinum, and gold to produce the nutrients and minerals needed to make the skin glow and look fresh. The Skin Caviar Liquid, made from pure caviar oil and protein, promises tighter and lifted skin. 

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A 150-year-old Japanese brand made its name globally due to the consistent overall quality of its skincare products. Using the best herbs from Japan, each Shiseido product contains moisturizing and anti-aging properties. Customers love Shiseido’s nighttime skincare products, such as the Pure Retinol Express Soothing Eye Patch and the Future Solutions LX Total Regenerating Cream. 

True Botanicals

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Hillary Peterson founded True Botanicals to answer her need to shift to natural skincare products when she discovered she had thyroid cancer. Using natural and sustainable products, True Botanicals is clinically proven to be more than as effective as the other luxury skincare brands. Celebrities like Brooke Shields and Olivia Wilde have recently partnered with True Botanicals to release their skincare line.


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Skinceuticals is a 30-year-old brand that started with Dr. Sheldon Pinell’s research on topical antioxidants, which led to the first patented vitamin C skincare. The brand works closely with scientists and doctors in their clinics on various products, including facial treatments. C E Furelic is a vitamin C serum that reduces fine lines and skin discoloration and protects the skin from harmful environmental factors. 

This list looks into the best luxury skin care products available in today’s market. However, it is best to seek professional advice to find a suitable product to treat your unique condition. 

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