New cream gives glowing skin for holidays


Get your complexion glowing with two new releases from Darphin. The Lumière Essentielle Illuminating Oil Serum ($88) and Illuminating Oil Gel-Cream ($72) both contain a blend of seven essential oils: Tangerine, Orange, Neroli, Rose, Ylang Ylang, Cedarwood and Ginger as well as hyaluronic acid and acetyl-glucosamine. The serum adds marine extract giving a water-weight feel with the glow of an oil. The cream includes plant sugars and transforms into a lightweight oil on the skin. Use both as part of your beauty ritual to strengthen skin over time and keep it supple and luminous. Available at and Blue Mercury, 37 W Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta.


Fresh celebrates 25 years with a first of its kind partnership. The limited edition Suga(Red) Lip Treatment Sunscreen SPF 15 is the first time Red has partnered with a beauty brand and is the first time Fresh has offered a product that gives back. Sales of the popular lip treatment, said to keep lips moisturized for six hours, will raise money for the organization founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver to fight AIDS in Africa. The limited-edition Suga(Red) Lip Treatment Sunscreen SPF 15 is colorless and comes in a red tube. It contains sugar, antioxidant-rich oils, vitamins C and E, and SPF protection. For every purchase, 25 percent of the retail price will go to the US Fund for the Global Fund. Suga(Red) costs $24 at


Don’t get caught with a dead phone battery this holiday season. The newest tech-cessory from Rebecca Minkoff includes a mini version of the popular Morning After Clutch. The Always On Mini M.A.C. Crossbody has enough space for necessities along with a phone charging tassel key fob. The adjustable chain and studded leather strap can be removed or worn singled or doubled. The bag costs $225 at

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