These Are the Best New Skin-Care Products Launching in May

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These Are the Best New Skin-Care Products Launching in May

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, check out 11 of the newest skin-care products to hit retail shelves in May, including the Simple Skincare Hydrating Light Moisturizer Pouch, Korres Wild Rose Makeup Melter Cleansing Oil, and Dermalogica Clear Start Sunscreen Clearing Defense SPF 30. And as always, happy shopping!

Shiseido just re-launched its best-selling Waso line, which was inspired by popular superfoods in Japan, such as carrots, loquats, honey, tofu yuzu, and red basil. The full-spectrum collection includes powerhouse hydrators like its Clear Mega-Hydrating Moisturizer (above), purifiers like the Soft & Cushy Polishing Exfoliator, and even tinted sun protection like the Color-Smart Day Moisturizer SPF 30 Sunscreen. Whether you're new to Japanese skin care or a longtime user, it's worth checking out. Oh yeah, and the adorable handheld packaging certainly doesn't hurt either.

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