The Most Exciting New Beauty Products To Try In 2019

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Each month, the marie claire beauty team rounds up their favourite new product launches for you to buy and try.

March 2019

Hair Rituel by Sisley Protective Hair Fluid ($120 for 150ml; at

A multi-action protective hair care product from luxury French beauty giant Sisely Paris. This lightweight hair serum is designed to tackle the harmful effects of the sun and environmental pollutants. While repairing the hair fibre and amping up your tress’ softness and shine. 


March 2019

Youth To The People Adaptogen Deep Moisture Cream ($82; at

This active, soothing and intensely hydrating face cream harnesses the nutrients of adaptogenic rare herbs and mushrooms combined with a calming peptide complex to combat free radicals, fight fatigue and deeply moisturize depleted skin.

March 2019

Clinique iD Moisturiser Concentrate for Fatigue ($60; at

Customise your skincare with this innovative new twist on an old favourite. Pick your base and then tailor the product to suit your skin needs with the patented cartridge. Custom-Blend Chemistry Technology™ isolates the concentrated actives in the cartridge from the base for a potent dose of skin-loving ingriendts with every pump.

March 2019

Chloe Nomad EDT (from $95; at

Opening with bright and sparkling notes of lychee and freesia, this unique floral scent develops into a bold woody fragrance. Encapsulating the essence of Parisian style that the French fashion house was first founded on sixty years-ago, Chloé’s latest offering is a sophisticated floral scent. 

February 2019

La Prairie Platinum Rare Cellular Life Lotion ($895; at

This world-class skin care innovation is designed to be used the very first step in your daily ritual – similar to an ‘essence’ but more lightweight than a serum – use this after cleansing. Your skin is left feeling revitalised, smooth and protected.

January 2019

Aesop Protective Facial Lotion SPF25 ($60; at

This ultra-nourishing daily moisturiser is brimming with anti-oxidants and offers protection against UVA and UVB rays. Apply 20 minutes before heading outside and reach for it every two hours for broad-spectrum sun protection.

January 2019

Ole Henrickson Glow2OH™ Dark Spot Toner ($38; at

Formulated to fight dark spots (pigmentation) and fine lines, this toner contains potent AHAs, sandalwood and chamomile. Gentle enough for everyday use – add this resurfacing treatment to your nightly regimen before using serums and moisturises. 


January 2019

Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Concealer ($38; at and Setting Powder ($44; at

Barely 48 hours into 2019, Rihanna took to Instagram to announce fifty new shades of creaseproof PRO Filt’r Concealer and 8 shades of translucent setting powder. 

January 2019

Nude By Nature Beach Glow Liquid Highlighter ($21.95; at

Infused with light reflecting pigments, the gel-like, lightweight Beach Glow Liquid Highlighter is made for the Australian summer. Plus, it’s packed with vitamin c and natural avocado oil for glow-boosting skin benefits. 

January 2019

Bobbi Brown Extra Lip Tint ($56; at

The best selling lip balm is now available in three new luscious shades; bare nude, raspberry and blackberry. Offering a sheer dose of colour and hours of hydration.

January 2019

Drunk Elephant A-Passioni Retinol Cream ($108; at

This buzz-worthy skincare line has taken their first foray into the world of retinol treatments. A-Passioni boasts a decrease in the appearance of fine lines, deep wrinkles and sun damage.


January 2019

Marc Jacobs Leopard Frost Collection (at;

The face of this cool-girl make-up collection is Kate Moss’ 16-year-old daughter Lila. From the boujee leopard print case to the frost finish – these products are designed to turn heads. 

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