Ukraine declares “combat mission” over in Mariupol amid evacuation


A wounded service member of Ukrainian forces from the Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol is transported on a stretcher out of a bus, which arrived under escort of the pro-Russian militayt in Novoazovsk, Ukraine, on Monday.
A wounded service member of Ukrainian forces from the Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol is transported on a stretcher out of a bus, which arrived under escort of the pro-Russian militayt in Novoazovsk, Ukraine, on Monday. (Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters)

Ukrainian forces have completed their “combat mission” in the besieged city of Mariupol, according to a statement by the country’s military.

Commanders of units stationed at the city’s massive Azovstal steelworks plant have been ordered “to save the lives of their personnel,” the statement by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine also said.

Hundreds of people were evacuated on Monday from the steel plant, the last holdout in a city that had become a symbol of Ukrainian resistance under relentless Russian bombardment.

Ukraine’s Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar described the evacuation operation in a separate video statement, noting that some Ukrainian forces remain at Azovstal.

“Fifty-three seriously injured people were evacuated from Azovstal to a medical facility in Novoazovsk for medical care,” she said. “Another 211 people were taken to Olenivka through the humanitarian corridor.”

An “exchange procedure” will see the evacuees eventually brought home, Malyar also said.

“Ukraine needs Ukrainian heroes alive,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Monday in a statement about the evacuation, thanking the Ukrainian military and negotiators, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations.
“The 82nd day of our defense is coming to an end. A difficult day. But this day, like all others, is aimed precisely at saving our country and our people,” Zelensky said.

The Russian Defense Ministry had earlier said that a ceasefire had been established to allow the passage of wounded Ukrainian servicemen, according to state news agency RIA Novosti.

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Ukrainian forces say they have fulfilled their “combat mission” in besieged Mariupol


Buses carrying service members of Ukrainian forces from the besieged Azovstal steel mill drive away under escort of the pro-Russian military in the course of Ukraine-Russia conflict in Mariupol, Ukraine, Monday, May 16.
Buses carrying service members of Ukrainian forces from the besieged Azovstal steel mill drive away under escort of the pro-Russian military in the course of Ukraine-Russia conflict in Mariupol, Ukraine, Monday, May 16.

More than 260 people have been rescued from the besieged Azovstal plant — including 53 seriously wounded, Ukraine’s Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar said.

In a video statement issued late Monday, Malyar said that together, the Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the National Guard, and the Border Guard Service launched an operation to rescue defenders of Mariupol blocked on the territory of the Azovstal plant.

She said that “53 seriously injured people were evacuated from Azovstal to a medical facility in Novoazovsk [in territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic] for medical care.”

“Another 211 people were taken to Olenivka through the humanitarian corridor. An exchange procedure will be carried out to return them home.”

Olenivka is a town near Donetsk on the front lines of the current fighting, but in Russian-occupied territory. 

Malyar made it clear that some defenders remain at Azovstal.

“As for the defenders who still remain on the territory of Azovstal, rescue efforts are being carried out by the joint efforts of the above-mentioned agencies,” she said.

She added, “Thanks to the defenders of Mariupol, we have gained critical time to form reserves, regroup forces and receive assistance from partners. The defenders of Mariupol fulfilled all the tasks set by the command in full.”

“Unfortunately, we do not have the opportunity to unblock Azovstal by military means. The most important common task of all Ukraine and the whole world is to save the lives of the defenders of Mariupol,” Malyar said.

A short time after Malyar’s statement was released, President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the situation at Azovstal, and also implied that some Ukrainians remained inside the plant. 

“Thanks to the actions of the Ukrainian military — the Armed Forces of Ukraine, intelligence, the negotiating team, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations, we hope that we will be able to save the lives of our guys.”

“Among them are the seriously injured. They are being treated. I want to emphasize that Ukraine needs Ukrainian heroes alive. This is our principle.”

“The work continues to bring the boys home, and this work needs delicacy. And time.”



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Does it feel like the financial system is stacked against you? For many of us, it is. Especially if you’re Black or Brown, a woman, or single. In Diversifying, we explore why the traditional rules of money management no longer apply to new generations. Hosted by Delyanne Barros, better known as Delyanne The Money Coach, Diversifying demystifies and humanizes money by examining the culture we make it in and how to make it work for you.

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The way your family handled their finances probably shaped how you think about money as an adult. And if those early childhood experiences were negative, they likely led to money trauma. So, why aren’t people having more conversations about this in the personal finance space? In this episode, Licensed Therapist Deniss Pleiner talks with Delyanne Barros about the severe anxiety and stress associated with money and how you can overcome it.

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Walz, Lawmakers Announce Framework Deal For Supplemental Spending, Includes $4B Tax Bill – WCCO


ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Gov. Tim Walz and legislative leaders announced Monday a framework deal for a supplemental budget to spend the state’s surplus.

The bipartisan agreement includes $1 billion for education, another billion for health care and human services and $450 million for public safety. It also includes $1.5 billion in “additional investments” and $1.4 billion in “capital investment projects.”

“This is a really good deal. It’s a responsible deal, a compromise deal. It’s good for Minnesotans. As you’re hearing up here, what you’re going to get out of this is you’re going to get relief, you’re going to get tax relief, you’re going to get bipartisan commitment around public safety, you’re going to get education funding and you’re going to get some reduction in some of those costs,” Walz said. “The parameters have been set and they’ve been done in a way that, again, I think should make Minnesotans proud.”

A $4 billion tax bill is included in the agreement, and $4 billion is set aside “to help the state manage future economic uncertainty.”

“In addition to giving money back, this bipartisan agreement delivers targeted investments in public safety, education, nursing homes, and core infrastructure projects,” Senate Majority Leader Jeremy Miller said. “But there have been no final decisions on really anything at this point. Otherwise we’d have the bills done and on the governor’s desk.”

The details of the plan “will be finalized in the days to come,” Walz’s office said.

“We have reached a bipartisan agreement on a budget framework that makes strong investments in families’ economic security, education, health care, and public safety to address the challenges Minnesotans are facing,” House Speaker Melissa Hortman said. “This is a positive step forward, but there is a lot more work ahead of us in this final week of the legislative session.”

Last month, lawmakers struck a key bipartisan agreement on frontline worker bonuses and the unemployment trust fund. After that deal, $6 billion of the state’s record $9.2 billion surplus was left to work with. Legislators passed a two-year budget last year.

In a divded legislature, Republicans and Democrats start the session gulfs apart and, by its end, they need to bridge the gaps and find agreement in order to get anything done. Agreeing to a budget framework like this is a key step in that process.

This week lawmakers will come together in special committees focused on specific policy areas to try to hash out the details.

The 2022 Legislative Session ends May 23. Walz has said he will not call a special session.

This agreement is for a supplemental budget, meaning it’s all just extra. The two-year state budget keeping government open was set last year.





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New Orleans woman gives back carjacking family death


A New Orleans woman is turning her sorrow into a solution. Nadia Sanchez’s mother died during a botched carjacking in Gentilly in 2018.She said, though time has passed, the pain is still there. “Yeah it’s hard, you have this mindset. ‘OK I’m going to feel better in a year,’ ‘I’ll feel better in two years,’ but it doesn’t really dull in the way you think it will,” Sanchez said. Her mother Jeannot Plessy was run over and killed by her own Nissan SUV in front of her family three years ago. The suspects were later captured and convicted, but the tragedy shocked and angered the community.In her journey toward healing, Sanchez decided to do something. The idea was sparked during the trial as she got to know the suspects who took her mom’s life. “They were raised by single moms they experienced a lot of trauma early on that went untreated they didn’t have the right coping mechanisms for things they experienced early in their lives,” Sanchez said. So she started a nonprofit group called Love Your Neighbor NOLA.The organization takes donated baby items and distributes them to families in need, especially single moms who are hurting financially.The organization also offers emotional support, connecting families with agencies to help them find jobs, education and therapy.She believes this will help reduce the number of carjacking incidents and other crimes in the city.Her mother was a pastor known for handing out red beans and rice to homeless people at Washington Square Park.Sanchez says her nonprofit group is a way of continuing that tradition so her mother’s love for the community lives on. “What she started out with I’m going to make it bigger and make it more meaningful and have a purpose and connect back to what happened to her.I can’t fix what happened to my mom I can’t change it I wish I could, I can’t turn back the hands of time but maybe I can change the outcome for someone else. Maybe I can be a light in the community.” Sanchez said.To donate baby clothes or other items to Sanchez’s nonprofit group, click here for more information.

A New Orleans woman is turning her sorrow into a solution.

Nadia Sanchez’s mother died during a botched carjacking in Gentilly in 2018.

She said, though time has passed, the pain is still there.

“Yeah it’s hard, you have this mindset. ‘OK I’m going to feel better in a year,’ ‘I’ll feel better in two years,’ but it doesn’t really dull in the way you think it will,” Sanchez said.

Her mother Jeannot Plessy was run over and killed by her own Nissan SUV in front of her family three years ago.

The suspects were later captured and convicted, but the tragedy shocked and angered the community.

In her journey toward healing, Sanchez decided to do something.

The idea was sparked during the trial as she got to know the suspects who took her mom’s life.

“They were raised by single moms they experienced a lot of trauma early on that went untreated they didn’t have the right coping mechanisms for things they experienced early in their lives,” Sanchez said.

So she started a nonprofit group called Love Your Neighbor NOLA.

The organization takes donated baby items and distributes them to families in need, especially single moms who are hurting financially.

The organization also offers emotional support, connecting families with agencies to help them find jobs, education and therapy.

She believes this will help reduce the number of carjacking incidents and other crimes in the city.

Her mother was a pastor known for handing out red beans and rice to homeless people at Washington Square Park.

Sanchez says her nonprofit group is a way of continuing that tradition so her mother’s love for the community lives on.

“What she started out with I’m going to make it bigger and make it more meaningful and have a purpose and connect back to what happened to her.

I can’t fix what happened to my mom I can’t change it I wish I could, I can’t turn back the hands of time but maybe I can change the outcome for someone else. Maybe I can be a light in the community.” Sanchez said.

To donate baby clothes or other items to Sanchez’s nonprofit group, click here for more information.



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The latest on the Buffalo supermarket mass shooting: Live updates


In the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, Big Tech platforms are struggling to stop the spread of a video of the attack filmed by the suspect and a document allegedly also produced by him where he outlines his beliefs. 

Platforms have tried to improve how they respond to the sharing of this kind of content since the mass shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2019, which was also streamed live online.In the 24 hours after that attack, Facebook said it removed 1.5 million copies of the video.

Part of the challenge facing platforms now is what appears to be users posting a deluge of copies of the Buffalo video and document. 

The attack was streamed live on Twitch, a video streaming service owned by Amazon that is particularly popular with gamers. Twitch said it removed the video two minutes after the violence started, but the video had already been downloaded by other users. 

The video has since been shared across major social media platforms and also posted to more obscure video hosting sites. 

Spokespersons for Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Reddit all told CNN that they had banned the sharing of the video on their sites and are working to identify and remove copies of it. But the companies appear to be struggling to contain the spread. 

CNN observed a link to a copy of the video circulating on Facebook on Sunday night. Facebook included a warning that the link violated its community standards but still allowed users to click through and watch the video. 

The Washington Post reported a link to another copy of the video had been shared 46,000 times on Facebook before it was removed. 

That video was hosted on a less well-known video service called Streamable and was only removed after it had reportedly been viewed more than 3 million times.  

A spokesperson for Streamable told CNN the company was “working diligently” to remove copies of the video “expeditiously.” The spokesperson did not respond when asked how one video had reached millions of views before it was removed.  

Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, on Saturday designated the event as a “terrorist attack,” which triggered the company’s internal teams to identify and remove the account of the suspect, as well as to begin removing copies of the video and document and links to them on other sites, according to a company spokesperson. 

The company added the video and document to an internal database that helps automatically detect and remove copies if they are reuploaded. Meta has also banned content that praises or supports the attacker, the spokesperson said. 





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‘Eggtremely’ sticky road after 30K pound egg spill in Dallas


DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A crash left a very sticky situation along Interstate-30 in Dallas Monday morning.

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The trailer of an 18-wheeler was ripped open after it hit a bridge in Dallas, spilling some 35,000 pounds in the westbound lanes of Interstate-30 near the I-45 interchange.

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Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) say an 18-wheeler hauling eggs slammed into the pillar of the bridge at Malcom X Boulevard. The crash ripped the trailer apart and sent some 30,000 pounds of eggs spilling onto the roadway.

The accident, at the I-45 interchange, caused the closure of the westbound lanes of I-30 near downtown. In addition to dealing with the eggs and a possible fuel leak, TxDOT crews worked to inspect any damage to the bridge. Traffic was being rerouted off at the I-45 exit.

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The trailer of an 18-wheeler was ripped open after it hit a bridge in Dallas, spilling some 35,000 pounds in the westbound lanes of Interstate-30 near the I-45 interchange.

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The driver of the big rig wasn’t injured in the crash that happened around 4:00 a.m.

The highway is expected to be shut down for several hours as crews clean up the spill.



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Erie County district attorney says shooting suspect was intent on leaving market to kill more Black people


A 180-page manifesto attributed to Payton Gendron and posted online just before he allegedly shot 13 people at a Buffalo supermarket, killing 10, shows in chilling detail the meticulous planning that apparently went into the racist massacre. 

Alongside tirades about his false belief that White Americans were being “replaced” by people of other races, the 18-year-old suspect allegedly included in the manifesto a hand-drawn map of the store he targeted, a minute-by-minute plan of the deadly attack, and pages upon pages listing the equipment and clothing he planned to wear – from military-style body armor down to the brand of his underwear.

CNN independently obtained the document shortly after the mass shooting and before authorities released the name of the suspect. Law enforcement sources have told CNN that the manifesto’s description of guns matches the weapons that the suspect used, and Gov. Kathy Hochul and other authorities have referred to the document in press conferences and interviews as clear evidence that the attack was racially motivated.  

“This manifesto tells everything to us, and that is what is so bone-chilling about it,” Hochul told CNN on Sunday. 

Erie County District Attorney John Flynn told CNN that “we are obviously going through [the manifesto] with a fine-toothed comb and reviewing that for all evidence.”

Gendron, who was charged with first-degree murder on Saturday and pleaded not guilty, is from Conklin, New York, a small Southern Tier town near Binghamton, according to police and other authorities. He studied at SUNY Broome this school year but has not been enrolled there since March 22, a spokesperson for the college said. 

In the manifesto, the author identified himself as Gendron and wrote that he had been “serious” about the Buffalo attack since January, practicing and training for it, but had been “buying ammo, surplus military gear and shooting irregularly” for years before.

The suspect allegedly chose to attack the Tops Friendly Markets store in Buffalo because it was in a majority-Black zip code within driving distance of where he lived, and researched what time it would be busiest, according to the manifesto.

The document included a minute-by-minute outline of the suspect’s plan, and the author drew a color-coded map of the interior of the store, laying out how he planned to “shoot all black people.” It’s unclear how closely the gunman’s attack followed the plan listed in the manifesto. 

Gendron also allegedly wrote that he planned to livestream a video of the attack on the online platform Twitch. Twitch said in a statement to CNN that the video was removed less than two minutes after the violence began. 

The manifesto states that the suspect bought the main gun he used, a Bushmaster XM-15, from a gun store in Endicott, New York, Vintage Firearms, before “illegally modifying it.”

Vintage Firearms did not respond to CNN’s requests for comment, but the store’s owner, Robert Donald, told the New York Times that Gendron passed a background check before he bought the gun and he didn’t stick out among his other customers.

In the manifesto, Gendron allegedly details how he had been radicalized by reading online message boards, while describing the attack as terrorism and himself as a White supremacist. He wrote that he had “moved farther to the right” politically over the last three years. 

The suspect started browsing the message board 4chan – a hotbed for racist, sexist and White nationalist content – in May 2020 “after extreme boredom” during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the manifesto. Posts he had read on the site made him believe that “the White race is dying out,” among other racist beliefs, and led him down a rabbit hole to other extremist websites, the manifest states. 

The conspiracy theory of a “great replacement” has been a motivator of other violent attacks, experts in extremism have said. Some forms of the theory have more recently gone mainstream in conservative news outlets and politicians.

One day while browsing 4chan, Gendron saw a video clip of the gunman who killed 51 people in New Zealand at two mosques in 2019, according to the manifesto. That livestream “started everything you see here,” the manifesto states.

In addition to the New Zealand massacre, Gendron was allegedly inspired by other racist mass shooters including the gunman who killed nine Black people at a Charleston, South Carolina, church in 2015, and the assailant who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011, according to the manifesto. The document includes dozens of pages of racist and anti-Semitic screeds – including some language that appears to be copied from the New Zealand shooter’s own manifesto.



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Bakuchiol skincare: 14 retinol alternative products to try in 2022


Retinol has long ruled the skin care game when it comes to brightening and smoothing the complexion, but now bakuchiol is drawing comparisons to the vitamin A derivative. The best part? The natural, plant-based skin care ingredient doesn’t dry out or irritate the skin like retinol, so it’s safe to use for those with sensitive skin (and even encouraged by dermatologists).

What is bakuchiol?

“Bakuchiol is extracted from the leaves and seeds of the babchi plant (psoralea corylifolia) which grows on the Indian subcontinent and has been historically used in Chinese and Ayurvedic healing treatments,” explains Dr. Robert Schwarcz, an oculofacial plastic surgeon and founder of skin care brand Orvos Skin Science. He notes that its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties are calming and restorative for the skin.

Since it is sourced from the babchi plant, it is often labeled as a vegan or natural alternative to retinol. But according to experts, it’s not accurate to call it a vegan or natural retinol — read on to discover why.

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Dr. Shereen Idriss, founder of Idriss Dermatology in New York City and creator of the #pillowtalkderm series on Instagram, explains that bakuchiol “behaves on the skin in a similar way to retinol, which is very well established and a skin care superstar, but chemically, they are not similar at all, so it is not correct to say that bakuchiol is the ‘natural retinol.”

Into the nitty-gritty of the chemistry, Idriss explains that retinol and bakuchiol similarly boost collagen production and down regulate MNPS, “which is basically a matrix of metalloproteinase and the enzyme that attacks collagen in our skin.” In other words, they both modify the way the skin produces collagen, which results in plumper, brighter skin and reduced fine lines and wrinkles.

Like retinol, you’ll find bakuchiol in a wide range of skin care products, from moisturizers to eye creams to face oils and more.

Starting your bakuchiol skin care routine

Bakuchiol can be used on its own, or for those who can tolerate retinol, it can be paired with the anti-aging ingredient — and the experts say it’s even a good idea to do so. “Bakuchiol can help stabilize retinol, which can be very unstable and hard to formulate,” Idriss says.

“Using bakuchiol and retinol at the same time can help you achieve a healthier, fresher-looking complexion,” says Amy Peterson, medical aesthetician and founder of Miami medspa Skincare by Amy Peterson. “Using the two in conjunction helps with the prevention of wrinkles, and stimulates collagen production.”

If you use retinol and bakuchiol in your routine, Peterson suggests using a bakuchiol product during the day, since it won’t sensitize your skin to the sun, and a retinol product at night. And if you alternate days when you use retinol products, you can use bakuchiol on the days you don’t apply retinol to continue receiving the collagen-boosting benefits.

As with most products, consistency is key, and Peterson says you’ll start seeing the visible results of using bakuchiol after six to 12 weeks of regularly using bakuchiol skin care.

From targeted eye creams to everyday moisturizers, find 14 bakuchiol products worth trying below.

Best bakuchiol skin care products

OleHenriksen Glow Cycle Retin-ALT Power Serum

$60 at Sephora

OleHenriksen Glow Cycle Retin-ALT Power Serum

This AHA and bakuchiol powered day serum from OleHenriksen is one of Idriss’ picks. The gentle glycolic and lactic acids refine the skin, while the bakuchiol reduces fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging. Due to the AHAs, you’ll want to be sure to wear SPF during the day.

Orvos Skin Care Satin Eye Gel Cream

$110 at Orvos Skin Care

Orvos Skin Science Satin Eye Gel Cream

For a targeted treatment, Schwarcz recommends this eye cream from his own line, which treats dark circles and fine lines and features a cooling massage applicator. Along with natural extracts from green tea, coffee arabica seed and kakadu plum, bakuchiol is a main ingredient. “Bakuchiol targets dullness and uneven texture, while green tea extra helps calm irritation, soothe redness and de-puff with natural caffeine,” Schwarcz says.

Pangea Organics Super Antioxidant Glow Oil

$58 at Pangea Organics

Pangea Organics Super Antioxidant Glow Oil

This plant-powered face oil features six active antioxidants and oils — including bakuchiol, sqaulane and rosehip oil — to lock in hydration and soothe the skin.

Graydon Phyto Clear

$46 at Credo

Graydon Phyto Clear

This lightweight gel cream moisturizer doubles up on plant-based retinol alternatives, mixing bakuchiol with moth bean extract, which similarly targets fine lines and wrinkles by boosting collagen and cell renewal.

Indeed Labs Bakuchiol Reface Pads

$19.99 at Amazon

Indeed Labs Bakuchiol Reface Pads

A favorite of Idriss, these pads make it easy to incorporate bakuchiol into your skin care routine. Simply swipe one over your face after cleansing and carry on with your normal regimen.

Paula’s Choice 0.3% Retinol + 2% Bakuchiol Treatment

$56 $44.80 at Paula’s Choice

Paula’s Choice 0.3% Retinol + 2% Bakuchiol Treatment

For those that can tolerate retinol, the anti-aging ingredient is paired with bakuchiol in this lotion to increase collagen and decrease the look of wrinkles.

Mukti Organics Age Defiance Day Serum

$100 at Heyday

Antioxidants and peptides plump the skin while bakuchiol works its anti-aging powers for smoother, more supple skin. It is suggested to use this bakuchiol serum during the day, and a retinol treatment at night to maximize results.

Live Tinted Superhue 

$34 at Ulta

Live Tinted Superhue

Containing 5% niacinamide for evening out skin tone, 1% bakuchiol to boost firmness and 1% THD vitamin C to treat dark spots, this balm-to-serum stick can help improve hyperpigmentation.

Furtuna Skin Nightly Renewal Cream

$285 at Furtuna Skin

Furtuna Skin Nightly Renewal Cream

Formulated to work best while you sleep, which is the time when your skin’s cell turnover is most active, this night cream combines bakuchiol with ashwagandha and ceramides to help the skin repair and rebalance.

BYBI Beauty 1% Bakuchiol + Olive Squalane Oil Booster

$10 at Credo

BYBI Beauty 1% Bakuchiol + Olive Squalane Oil Booster

An affordable option, this booster serum can be mixed with moisturizer or other skin care to add bakuchiol’s skin refining benefits.

Beautycounter Countertime Tripeptide Radiance Serum

$87 at Beautycounter

Beautycounter Countertime Tripeptide Radiance Serum

With over 3,000 5-star reviews, this serum is a cocktail of skin-saving ingredients like glycerin, tripeptide, squalane and amino acids. For an added boost, bakuchiol is joined with Swiss Alpine rose, which aids in defending the skin against free radicals.

Carter + Jane The Everything Oil Sleep Repair Mask

$98 at Carter + Jane

Carter + Jane The Everything Oil Sleep Repair Mask

This oil-based sleep repair mask features bakuchiol, organic Moroccan prickly pear seed oil, Turkish pomegranate seed oil and Bulgarian lavender oil to nourish and plump the skin.

Herbivore Moon Fruit 1% Bakuchiol + Peptides Retinol Alternative Serum

$60 at Sephora

Herbivore Moon Fruit 1% Bakuchiol + Peptides Retinol Alternative Serum

Bakuchiol and peptides plump the skin and improve the look of wrinkles without the irritation of retinol in this plant-based serum.

Avène RetrinAL Advanced Correcting Serum

$78 at Avène

Avène RetrinAL Advanced Correcting Serum

Hyaluronic acid and niacinamide help plump and brighten the skin alongside bakuchiol’s anti-aging properties in this daily serum.





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