Skin Secrets from Around the World

Some of the most innovative face-care products are not made in the USA. Here, our favorites, all available Stateside

By Genevieve Monsma
Photograph: Coolife

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♦ ItalyAlighiero Campostrini Soap in Lino ($10; bigelowchemists.com) smells like clean laundry, and its packaging is Florentine inspired.

♦ United KingdomLiz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser ($25; lizearle.com) comes with two muslin cloths, which slough off dead skin cells.

♦ Germany: Kneipp Lavender Balancing Herbal Bath ($20; kneippus.com) revs up circulation, serving as an antidote to weariness.

♦ Japan: DHC Deep Cleansing Oil ($28; dhccare.com) has antioxidant-rich olive oil to leave your complexion clean and soft.

♦ France: Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Dry Oil ($46; us.nuxe.com) can be spritzed onto hair or skin for added luminosity.

♦ Australia: Jurlique Calendula Cream ($35; jurlique.com) boasts ingredients that are biodynamic (a stricter standard of organic) to soothe sensitive skin.

 

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