Here are the 10 best Peter Roth products. Launched in 1993, the Peter Thomas Roth line is a popular collection of more than 100 products designed to treat a variety of skincare needs. Available online and at retailers including Sephora, the products include:
- Max Daily Defense Moisture Cream SPF 30 ($42 for 1.7 oz.): An all-day, SPF-rich moisturizer that is suitable for all skin types, it will moisturize your skin while protecting against sun exposure. Won’t clog pores.
- Anti-Aging Buffing Beads For Face and Body ($36 for 8.5 oz.): Formulated with botanical brighteners to refresh skin and jojoba beads to refine skin’s texture, this anti-aging scrub will turn back the clock, using glycolic acid complex and salicylic acid to exfoliate dead skin cells and smooth fine lines. Gentle, soothing.
- Un-Wrinkle Peel Pads ($45 for 60 pads): A daily hydroxyl acid and peptide facial peel, these easy-to-use, throwaway pads help exfoliate, stimulate cell turnover and boist moisture in aging skin. They’re formulated with alpha, beta and gamma hydroxy acids, as well as amino acids, for tighter pores, clear skin and the reversal of fine lines.
- Power K Eye Rescue ($100 for 0.5 oz.): A revolutionary formula that fades dark undereye circles and fine lines, using vitamin K and other powerful ingredients.
Age Defense Kit ($45 for six products: a $97 value): The Peter Thomas Roth is well known for being a leader in anti-aging skincare, and this set is a great introduction. It includes everything you need to revitalize your skincare routine, including: Anti-Aging Cleansing Gel (2.0 oz), Un-Wrinkle (0.1 oz.), Max All Day Moisture Defense Cream (0.5 oz.), Mega Rich Intensive Anti-Aging Cellular Crème (0.76 oz.) and Mega Rich Intensive Anti-Aging Cellular Eye Crème (0.32 oz.)
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