#1. New in Beauty || March

New in beauty in March

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I'll admit that I spend a lot of my time reading about new products and adding them to my never ending wish list. However, due to not being rich, I rarely ever buy the products. So I thought I would put together a post featuring some of the new beauty products that have caught my eye recently. So even though I can't buy it, you can.

Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer

Milk Makeup launched in the UK not long ago, before that I hadn't heard of them to be honest. They have a few products that I wouldn't mind trying, but their new Hydro Grip Primer sounds amazing. The green-tinted liquid contains aloe water, cherry blossom, hyaluronic acid and vitamin B that effortlessly hydrates your skin while forming an invisible, Velcro like layer that your makeup grips to. Doesn't that sound amazing?

It is £27 though, which seems like a lot for a primer but it does sit in line with the prices of the rest of their products. Have you tried any of the Milk Makeup products? What did you think?

Indeed Laboratories - Bakuchiol Reface Pads

I'd never heard of bakuchiol before discovering this product. It's a natural alternative to retinol, which is great if your skin is more on the sensitive side like mine. Bakuchiol has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties - Which sounds perfect for acne prone and blemished skin. It increases cell turnover which stimulates collagen production, helping reduce signs of aging.

These pads also contain niacinamide, which is said to improve skins tone and texture. It also helps reduce the signs of severe acne or rosacea by reducing the inflammation of the skin. The only downsides I can see to this product is that you only get 30 pads for £19.99, maybe there's a cream alternative or something? I'll look into it.

GLAMGLOW Good in Bed

I've heard a lot about GLAMGLOW products, everybody loves them. But I've never seen one that's made me want to try them, until I saw this. I recently tried the Glow Recipe Watermelon glow sleeping mask and was amazed by the results. So I want to try some more night creams, I feel like I've been missing out.

This GLAMGLOW Good in Bed Passionfruit softening night cream contains gentle-exfoliating acids and skin-plumping hyaluronic acid that get to work while you're sleeping.

Estee Lauder Perfectionist Pro Multi-Defense UV Fluid SPF 45

With Spring and Summer coming up, I'm on the look out for products with higher SPF in them. A lot of my foundations have SPF in them, but I don't tend to wear foundation everyday, so adding it into my skincare routine would be perfect.

This Estee Lauder cream is made with 100% mineral-based sunscreen that helps protect your skin with it's 3-in-1 approach to fighting the effects of indoor and outdoor environmental assaults. It contains SPF 45 to protect your skin from UVA/UVB damage. It also has Tiger Lily Extract that helps fight damage to elastin to support naturally firm and bouncy skin. It also protects you skin from pollution and dehydration thanks to its ingredients that include Green Tea, Vitamins C and E, Resveratrol and more. It's also oil-free, so hopefully it would sit nicely on my skin and create a good base for my makeup.

I love keeping up to date with new launches and releases, so I might be doing more posts like this. I enjoyed writing this post and hopefully you've seen something you like. If you have tried any of these products, let me know what you thought in the comments. What new launches are you looking forward to trying?