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In this age of gender inclusivity, antiquated terms such as 'beauty' and 'youthfulness' may be a thing of the past. After all, how is taking care of ourselves and looking our best relegated to a specific age range or gender? And why should we be encumbered by what a male or a female should or should not do/wear/use/say?
In these times where stereotypes are thrown out the window, terms such as 'for him' and 'for her' may cease to exist. Yahoo Shopping takes a peek into genderless beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands paving the way and their bestselling products you may like.
Classics never get old. Case in point, the classic tartan that is associated with punk and grunge fashion has undergone a fashion reboot with Charles & Keith's first genderless collection. Featuring the retro-chic, androgynous, and always on-trend tartan print – it is a perfect balance of feminine and masculine. Whether you wish to challenge boundaries or dress how you please, harness the power of self-expression with this collection.
[NEW e-edition] Tartan Print Backpack
With Kiehl’s apothecary beginnings in the 1800s, you know you are in good hands with this New York-based scientifically proven skincare line.
Start with the brand’s No. 1 bestseller – Kiehl’s Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner. The calendula range has won the hearts of its customers since its debut in the 1960s. Native to the Mediterranean and known for its skin-soothing qualities, calendula contains five compounds (Quercetin, α and β Amyrin, Oleanolic Acid, & Lupeol) known to help relieve visible redness and discomfort. The range is suited even for sensitive skins. Eco-warriors will be happy to know that the main ingredient – the calendula petals are handpicked and sustainably sourced.
You may have first known about Dermalogica from your facial salon’s therapist. With a focus on skin health and fitness, the brand is widely used by professionals and salons and is also available for home use. Best of all, the sustainable brand is also vegan and cruelty-free. Locally made in California, Dermalogica products are gluten-free, cruelty-free, vegan (PETA and leaping bunny recognised), non-comedogenic, and made without common skin irritants like artificial fragrances and colours or parabens.
Have a bout of stubborn acne? Kickstart with Dermalogica’s Clear Start.
Meeth’s approach to skincare is grounded in gentle, skin-nourishing ingredients embodying the best of cutting-edge Japanese innovation. Treating the complexion like a precious jewel, the brand harnesses mineral-rich water sourced from Sapporo and Iwanai in Hokkaido. Meeth adheres to a gentle approach that is easy on the skin, focusing more on what's nutritious and what makes the skin truly happy. So kickstart your skincare routine with these top-selling products.
With nearly two centuries of history creating fragrances, Guerlain’s latest launch – the Aqua Allegoria – is the most sustainable and innovative yet. Aqua Allegoria spearheads Guerlain's sustainability efforts, featuring a redesigned new bottle that is refillable and reusable. Its new fragrance — Nerolia Vetiver, is a vibrant and luminous fruity-woody floral formulated using 95 per cent via organic farming. Suited for both men and women, the House encourages you to mix two of your favourite fragrances to create your personalised scent.