The Best New Skin-Care Products Arriving in September 2019

Each month, Allure skin-care editor Sarah Kinonen breaks down the latest and greatest skin-care launches. Looking for more in skin care? Here’s last month’s best new products. Fact: There are a lot of skin-care products out there. So many that it’s often hard to keep track of what’s new, what’s old, and what you can trust. Lucky for you, that’s why we’re here. As beauty editors, it’s our job to point you in the right direction when you’re shopping for new goods. Every month we highlight the latest skin-care launches — moisturizers, cleansers, serums, masks, and more — so you can make an informed decision about which products are actually worth the splurge. Here, we’re highlighting the latest launches for fall. Below, check out the four newest skin-care products to hit retail shelves, including Chanel’s Le Lift Sérum, Philosophy’s Renewed Hope in a Jar Water Cream, and Mary Kay’s Cityscape Silkening Dry Oil. All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. It’s back — and bette...

State action is essential to limit effects of HFCs | Featured Columnists

Thunderstorms, some heavy this evening, then periods of rain late. Low 53F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%.. Thunderstorms, some heavy this evening, then periods of rain late. Low 53F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%. The Legislature is finishing up some key actions in its final days, including completing the state budget (minor task!), reconciling House and Senate versions of a number of bills, and finalizing some bills that are summarized below. • Phasing out hydrofluorocarbons: I apologize in advance for using a few scientific terms in this article. One of the final bills of my Committee on Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife addresses hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs (bill S.30). You may have heard of its cousin, chlorofluorocarbons, also known as CFCs. CFCs were used in numerous products such as refrigerators, air conditioners and aerosols. Back in 1987, President Reagan signed the Montreal Protocol, joining nearly 200 countries to ban CFCs, known to deplete the ozone layer of the atmosphere. That layer shields us from the harmful effects of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation. (Note that atmospheric ozone is not the same as ground-level ozone; the latter ...