Shop Local: Age-Defying Skincare Products From Marin and Bay Area Brands


Keep skin looking and feeling healthy and nourished.

Sun Serum; $88

Laurel Skin

Laurel Skin, Petaluma

Treat skin suffering from overexposure to the sun with this concentrated serum that is packed with whole plant extracts including sea buckthorn chamomile and pumpkin.

Quench Moisturizer; $66

Green Bee Botanicals

Green Bee Botanicals, San Francisco

A powerful blend of CBD and CBG — the most antioxidant of all cannabinoids — along with hyaluronic acid and a slew of organic botanicals soothes and hydrates skin. 

Gentle Oil to Milk Cleanser; $45 (50 ml)

Resonance Marin

Resonance Marin, Corte Madera

This mild cleanser is formulated in-house (as are all the spa’s products) with moisturizing, antioxidant-rich and sustainable anti-inflammatory ingredients including saponins, castor oil, damask rose and panthenol. 

Renew Pure Radiance Oil; $110  

Tru Botanicals

True Botanicals, San Francisco

Target dullness, dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles with this nutrient-rich oil made with organic and wild-harvested ingredients, including grape, marula and avocado seed oils.

Mineral Prismatic Luminizing Shield SPF 35; $35


Volition Beauty, Sausalito

Protect skin from the sun’s damaging rays with this reef-safe mineral sunscreen formulated with kiwi fruit water and ku shen root extract to help reduce the appearance of age spots.

5 Elements Ageless Eye Cream; $118


Redmint, San Francisco

Blending traditional Chinese medicine with modern innovation, this eye cream is formulated with more than 10 herbs and antioxidant-rich oils to treat dark circles, puffiness and elasticity.

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Lotus Abrams has covered everything from beauty to business to tech in her editorial career, but it might be writing about her native Bay Area that inspires her most. She lives with her husband and two daughters in the San Francisco Peninsula, where they enjoy spending time outdoors at the area’s many open spaces protected and preserved by her favorite local nonprofit, the Peninsula Open Space Trust.