Simply put, it's our job to find the best beauty products out there for you. From the newest serum to the hottest lipstick color to the dry shampoo that will change your life, we will find it, test it, and let you know what we think. We're not complaining. It's a pretty fun gig, and we'll volunteer to be beauty guinea pigs any day.
But one of the cool things to come out of this is finding out what products you're loving and buying. It helps us figure out what you want to learn more about and what you're into so we can bring even more personalized recs to you.
Because we share a lot of our favorites with you every single day, we recognize it might be hard to keep up. So we've decided to put together a handy weekly list of what we love and what you love—consider this a CliffsNotes, one-stop shop of what's really trending and worth adding to cart at this very moment.
Take a look at what the Who What Wear universe (including editors, staffers, readers) is obsessed with right now, and if you don't see a new favorite on this list, we'd love to know. Send us a DM.
If you're experiencing seriously dry skin, this mask will provide you with some sweet relief. Ingredients include squalane, glycerin, and fountain plant to moisturize and plump. It's recommended to use this one night a week, or two if you really need it.
Treat dark spots and dryness with this sleeping cream that's formulated with algae complex and phytoglycogen. In the morning, you'll wake up with glowing and even skin.
I use this overnight cream at least once a week to prevent my skin from looking super dull and to smooth any bumps. It contains glycolic acid and phytic acid to exfoliate and brighten the skin. It's recommended to use it once every other evening to condition your skin at first.
Let this mask revive your tired eyes overnight. With antioxidants and avocado, this formula works to brighten, firm, hydrate, and de-puff your eyes.
Who What Wear beauty editor Erin Jahns has been using this staple since college and says it will seriously transform your hair in one use. Use it on hair that's damaged from color treatments or heat styling. It contains oat kernel extract, apricot kernel oil, sweet almond oil, and linseed extract. You can apply it daily as a leave-in for a couple of minutes before rinsing, or Jahns uses it as an overnight deep treatment.
This retinol can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots overnight with ingredients like retinol, glucose complex, and hyaluronic acid. In general, users could see results in one week.
I've been using this night serum for two weeks now, and I've been seeing a difference in my skin's texture and complexion. It's also great that you don't have to use much of it to see results. All it takes is a few drops massaged into the skin every night. Ingredients include squalane, lavender essential oil, and evening primrose oil.
Kombucha, black tea extract, blackberry leaf extract, and lychee seed extract work together to firm and lift skin, hydrate, and protect from free-radical damage. It also doesn't contain parabens, sulfates, or phthalates. You can use it nightly if you need extra hydration.
Who What Wear contributor Amanda Montell noticed more radiant, youthful-looking skin after just a few nights of use. She recommends it for people with sensitive skin who are prone to acne and redness but want to treat the signs of aging without irritation. The retinol oil also contains blue tansy, German chamomile, and chia seed oil.
As someone who is constantly dealing with dry lips, I'm always looking for a quick fix. And what better quick fix than something that can be done while you sleep? This mask has a blend of melatonin, hyaluronic acid, and berries to smooth, hydrate, and plump.
Containing a cocktail of acids like glycolic plus, tartaric, lactic, citric, and salicylic, this overnight serum will exfoliate dead skin cells and unclog pores. You can apply this to the face, neck, chest, and backs of your hands.
For fuller and thicker hair, use this overnight serum on your scalp. Nutrients like polyphenols, zinc, glycine, panthenol, and biotin support hair growth and strand health. All you need to do is apply one milliliter to your scalp and gently massage––no need to rinse it out.
Associate beauty editor Courtney Higgs says she puts this overnight peel on when she's having a bad skin day and then wakes up with good skin. Just a thin layer smooths, resurfaces, and hydrates the skin. You can use it one to three nights a week on your face and neck.
This one's another mask option for softer lips in the morning. Ultra-hydrating ingredients like cocoa butter, hibiscus flower extract, and vitamin C will nourish lips overnight. You can also use it during the day like a lip balm, too.
Smooth four to five drops of this retinol to exfoliate skin, make blemishes disappear, and relieve inflammation. When first trying the product, limit use to one or twice a week, then slowly work up to every other night, then every night if you're not too sensitive.
This formula retains moisture and combats the signs of aging overnight with natural ingredients like chia and pumpkin seeds extracts, marine algae, and licorice root. Apply a thin layer to clean skin at night and then rinse off in the morning.
Say goodbye to dark spots while sleeping with this night cream. It works to lighten dark spots, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation, and it also leaves your skin moisturized and plumped. You don't have to rinse this off when you wake up.