We love trying new beauty products as much as the next person, but there is something to be said for a product that withstands the test of time—especially in a world where we are constantly inundated with new launches. Meet Long Haul: A place for us to share the products that are more than a flash in the pan and have earned a permanent spot in our lives because they’re just that good.
When debating the inaugural product to kick off this series, Dr. Jart’s Ceramidin Cream rose to the top of my mind. Now, I know that a face cream isn’t the most exciting thing in the world, but it’s a crucial part of any skincare regimen, so it’s nothing to brush off either.
This cream, in particular, has been a part of my routine since it launched back in 2014 when I was a budding beauty editor with far less worries (and sunspots!)
A lot has changed since then, but my devotion to this cream has not. Sure, I've taken occasional breaks from it to test other moisturizers, but I inevitably go back to Dr. Jart because it's rich without feeling too heavy on your skin and it hydrates dry patches like no other. I’ve found it to be especially helpful whenever my skin is acclimating to retinol, is dried out from testing new products or is acting up due to seasonal changes (so approximately 360 days of the year, save for the rare unicorn moments when my skin is unbothered).