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After a blistering day in the sun, rehydrate and and renew with these six home beauty luxuries and your skin will thank you
Slather on shea butter-rich Velvet Sleeping Mask, infused with honey thyme, to repair parched skin while you sleep; $140, at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills or saks.com.
Soothe & Hydrate Serum has moisturizing hyaluronic acid and honey, camellia and aloe extracts to alleviate inflammation; $75, at Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills or neimanmarcus.com.
3. Cle de Peau
Cherry leaf extract is just one of the workhorses in Hydro-Softening Lotion that counterbalance redness and improve hydration; $105, at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills or barneys.com.
The After Sun Body Soother fuses aloe, cucumber and rosehip oil to instantly hydrate sun-exposed skin from head to toe; $25, at Sephora or sephora.com.
A quick spritz of Pro-Collagen Rose Hydro-Mist sends fat-filled algae into the skin to make it look smoother and hydrated; $68, at Nordstrom at The Grove or nordstrom.com.
Dreamskin advanced the iconic next-generation skin perfecter; $150, at Nordstrom at The Grove or nordstrom.com.
This story first appeared in the Aug. 7 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.
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