There are a ton of luxury beauty products on the market and with so many options, it can be so difficult to weed out what’s amazing from what’s just mediocre and not really worth the steep price tag. Because I know this is a common issue and I often have had this own problem myself, I decided to share my top luxury beauty picks that I know truly are worth the cost.
10 Luxury Beauty Products That Are Worth Every Penny!
Roques O’neil Therapie – £38.00 – Equilibrium Bath & Shower Essence – Although all of the Therapie line products are amazing and truly help you feel more relaxed, calm and clear, this one is my absolute favorite, but at £38, it’s not exactly a bargain. While it’s true that it’s not the cheapest, this comes in luxurious black glass and is a shower oil that is truly great for nourishing skin, especially really sensitive skin types. You can see a full review on Therapie products – here.
May Lindstrom – $110 – The Good Stuff Radiance Oil – This is an all natural body, hair and skin oil that smells INCREDIBLE! Just like chocolate with something else you can’t quite put your finger on, this radiance oil comes in an incredibly luxe black glass bottle and has a bit of shimmer making it aptly nicknamed “Liquid Sunshine.” I’ve used this on my hair, body and skin and it’s amazing. It doesn’t irritate, it’s hydrating, and the slight shimmer feels so luxurious and fun. You can see my full review on this – here.
Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum – $185 – This is the face serum to end all face serums. If you are the kind of person who wants one face oil/serum that does it all, THIS IS IT! The formula includes potent, organic plant oils and essences. What benefits can you expect? Clearer skin, diminished fine lines (and acne scars), more even skin tone, softer, calmer, and hydrated skin. No biggie. This one is worth it! It was originally sent to me for review, but I’ve since repurchased. You can read my full review on it here.
May Lindstrom Problem Solver Face Mask – $90 – Another May Lindstrom product, this not only smells like chocolate, but it actually looks like cocoa powder! Filled with all natural ingredients including activated charcoal, nutmeg, raw cacao and others, this face mask is one of the few that actually makes an instant difference to your skin after you use it. You WILL see the difference once you rinse the mask off. Your skin looks clear and calmer, pores look tighter and blemishes look smaller and less red. It has a somewhat warming effect to it so I’m not sure how sensitive skin would fare, but it’s ingredients are certainly more natural than most. See my full review on it – here.
The Leakey Collection – Pure Marula Oil – $78 – This is one of my favorite face serums – ever. It is so simple, all natural and includes one potent ingredient: pure marula oil. It’s so hydrating, softening and it even helps clear your skin of scars, blemishes and redness. It’s quite expensive at $78, but this product actually helps to sustain and support small businesses in Kenya. It’s fair trade, sustainable and ethically sourced. You can read my full review on it here.
Aromatherapy Associates – $63 – Inner Strength Bath and Shower Oil – A more recent favorite, this Bath and Shower Oil from AA is something special. It doesn’t have the same relaxing qualities as Roques Oneil, but it does provide an incredibly soothing bath that I think is perfect for hard days. It’s appropriately named Inner Strength and I do think it helps to calm and relax, but more than that, I feel like it actually makes me feel more determined and positive in the face of hard challenges. You can see the review on this – here.
Suti Cleanse Organic Balm – $49 – This Suti Cleanse Balm is incredible as a cleanser. It’s gentle enough for sensitive skin, but will help clear your blemishes and solve dry skin issues. It’s softening and it comes with a muslin cloth so you can gently exfoliate and never have to use a face scrub or chemical exfoliant ever again, if you don’t want to. This product is expensive, but it’s truly all-in-one as it cleanses, softens, hydrates, and even exfoliates skin. You can see my full review on it .
Antonia Burrell Natural Glow Cleansing Oil – $102 – This is another face cleanser, but unlike Suti, it’s an oil instead of a balm. Nonetheless, it’s incredible at clearing skin of blemishes, redness, scars, and evens out tone. For a cleanser, it has the most incredible results for those suffering from frequent acne breakouts and redness. I couldn’t believe how clear it made my skin, but it’s that good. I’d pay $102 for it any day. They now have various sizes available – 50mL, 100mL, & 200mL bottles. You can see my full review on it here.
Antonia Burrell Cream Supreme – $115 – This face cream is not your average face cream! It helps clear blemishes like no moisturizer I’ve ever seen before and it does it so well that it even helps clear blackheads and scarring. It smells like cinnnamon and nutmeg and is very softening to the skin. It uses all natural and organic ingredients, including a certified organic anti-acne complex and even has ingredients that boost your sun protection and help prevent hydration loss. You can see my full review on it .
Argentum Apothecary La Potion Infinie – $225 – This is another amazing face cream. It’s very similar to the Cream Supreme, but it’s more geared toward helping those dealing with aging and discoloration than acne. That said, the patent-pending formula includes silver hydrosol and DNA HP, both of which are great for healing any kind of skin issue. Silver is brilliant for fighting acne-causing bacteria and DNA HP helps with cell turnover. This is also one of those face creams that feels both incredibly hydrating and balancing at the same time. It absorbs into the skin so quickly that your skin will almost feel matte after applying, but not dry. It’s seriously brilliant and worth the price for sure! You can see my full review on this here.
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PLEASE NOTE: This is an updated version of a post that was originally published on August 24, 2013.