Fifteen Skincare Products Both Bride and Groom Will Covet

The importance of skin care is universal. Shouldn’t your cosmetics be, too?

Styling by Michele Snow / Photo by Toan Trinh

Share these unisex goodies with your bride- or groom-to-be now, and you’ll be toasting how good you look in your wedding photos for years to come.

Top shelf, from left

“Call Me by Your Name” cold-process soap, $12, Wild Lather.

West Third Brand “Smoky Fig” eau de toilette, $38 for 2 oz., Sault New England.

Ursa Major “Golden Hour” recovery cream, $48, Sault New England.

Middle shelf, from left

Josh Rosebrook “Nutrient” day cream with SPF, $85, Follain.

Farmacy “Green Screen” sunscreen, $36, Sephora.

Nuori “Perfecting” facial oil, $69, Credo.

Evolve Organic Beauty “Radiant Glow” mask, $28, Credo (top).

“Calendula & Aloe Soothing Hydration” mask, $45, Kiehl’s (bottom).

Naturopathica “Manuka Honey” cleansing balm, $62, Follain.

Bottom shelf, from left

Ursa Major “Fortifying” face balm, $36, Sault New England.

“Calendula Deep Cleansing” foaming face wash, $30, Kiehl’s.

Osea “Hyaluronic Sea” serum, $88, Follain.

Non Gender Specific “Everything” serum, $65, Credo.

Osmia “Spotless” blemish oil, $22, Follain.

Ole Henriksen “Banana Bright” eye cream, $38, Sephora.

Additional Props

“Post-Poo Drops” bathroom deodorizer, “Istros Aromatique” room spray, and mouthwash, $90 for set, Aesop.

Organic cotton towel, $15, nail clipper, $9, tweezers, $6.50, and porcelain trays, starting at $4.50 each, all Muji.

“Osaka” cold-process soap, $12, Wild Lather.

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