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The Latest In Skincare: Algae, Bulgarian Flowers, Sesame Seeds, East Meets West, and Electric Currents

Once again, our desks are overflowing with new skin care products, and this batch contains some really unique ingredients. Whether you're after something from beloved, tested brands or want something new and flashy, look no further than these spring launches. Click through to see the latest from Kiehl's, Dr. Sebagh and three newcomers on the skin care scene.

Once again, our desks are overflowing with

Algenist: One of the more anticipated launches this month, the

Kiehl’s: Beloved skincare line

Love Life Skin: This line has the most touching back story that we’ve heard in a while: three oncologists teamed up with one of their patients--who is a beauty industry veteran--to create a skin care line after noticing that cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation had horrific skin issues. The result of their efforts is

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Circ Cell REM Masque-Serum:One of the more unique launches we’ve seen, Circ Cell uses “low electrical stimulation to activate the frequencies produced by the human brain during skin renewal and restoration.” A celeb “electrical esthetician,” Melanie Simon treats patients with electricity and disagrees with cell turn-over treatments like Retin-A and peels.

Her REM Masque-Serum is a liquid and a dust that you mix and apply every night. It contains copper, tourmaline, and amethyst which provide the electrical activity (it doesn’t feel like you’re being zapped--if anything we felt a slight warming sensation.) It also contains vitamin E, coffee berry, and the now-trendy plant stem cells, among other things. You are directed to use it six out of seven nights per week, and should see results in a few weeks.

It costs $280 on their site and at spas.