Will Styer

No longer used just to add scent, florals are being put to work to target inflammation, acne, fine lines, and more.

February 09, 2016

The latest batch of skin-care products is coming up roses—and sunflowers, marigolds, and orange blossoms. No longer used just to add scent, florals are being put to work to target inflammation, acne, fine lines, and more. Find out which flower fix is right for you.

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Korres Wild Rose Vitamin C Active Brightening Oil ($54; sephora.com)

Packed with vitamins A and C, wild rose leaves skin looking radiant and reduces fine lines.

S.W. Basics Hibiscus Mask ($22; urbanoutfitters.com)

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Known as nature's Botox thanks to its alpha-hydroxy acids, hibiscus speeds up cell turnover for glowing skin.

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Farmaesthetics Nutrient Dense Fine Facial Oil ($58; farmaesthetics.com)

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The acids in orange blossom essential oil can help clear acne and calm inflammation.

Kat Burki Vitamin C Nourishing Cleansing Balm ($85; katburki.com)

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Rich in vitamin E, sunflower oil helps smooth wrinkles and retain moisture.

Pacifica Skincarma Restorative Roll-On Face Oil ($22; iherb.com)

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Marigold's natural anti-inflammatory properties can heal inflamed skin.

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Jurlique Nutri-Define with Blosome5 Eye Contour Balm ($90; sephora.com)

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Similar to retinol, alfalfa seed extract sloughs away dead cells and stimulates collagen production.

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