Creams of the latest crop
The Cremorlab line hydrates skin gently with hot springs mineral water found in Geumjin (from $28, peachandlily.com).
May Coop’s products leave skin dewy, thanks to maple tree sap from Jiri Mountain (from $30, peachandlily.com).
Inspired by the growing trend in essences, which are all the rage in Asia, Estée Lauder is introducing Micro Essence Skin Activating Treatment Lotion, a lightweight formula that delivers fermented antiaging ingredients deep into skin (out in July, $95, esteelauder.com).
AmorePacific’s Future Response Age Defense Dual Eye Creme SPF 25 uses green tea extract to fight skin cell damage day and night (*$150, sephora.*com).Laneige (the latest AmorePacific brand coming to the U.S.) specializes in skin brightening (from $22, target.com).