Trending in Beauty: Bounce Creams That Majorly Plump And Hydrate

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It seems like every other day we’re hearing about a must-try skin-care trend coming out of Korea. The latest wave to hit U.S. shelves with a slew of new introductions for fall: Bounce or “bouncy” creams. These sort of jelly-like formulas literally bounce back to their shape when you touch them, doing a similar skin-related benefit on your skin when you apply them. They’re lightweight, refreshing and offer the ultimate in hydrating benefits in a form of moisture that literally melts into skin. Here are three new ones to try now:   

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Boscia Sake Balm
 ($46)

Made from anti-aging sake, vitamin C and hyaluronic acid, this gel-textured moisturizer delivers a mega-brightening boost the second you apply it. It’s also seriously hydrating, yet doesn’t leave skin feeling greasy or oily, just soft and smooth.


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Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox Bouncy ($48)

This lightweight, detoxifying moisturizer has a unique gel-cream texture that melts instantly into skin, infusing it with free radical–attacking antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E and potent actives. In addition to soothing cucumber extract, it also packs in an innovative Bio Adhesive Mesh Technology, which the company says enhances the delivery of the actives for targeted penetration, preventing trans-epidermal water loss.

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belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb ($38)

Ultra-lightweight and oil-free, this gel-cream instantly cools and refreshes skin, leaving it looking and feeling intensely hydrated. It also contains a blend of apothecary herbs, including antioxidant-rich lady’s mantle, which helps neutralize free radicals, boost skin elasticity and even improve the look of pores.


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