Now, this is a $12 product that I firmly believe is a good, all-round dupe. It comes from a brand called Saltair, which specializes in body care and hair care products. (If you haven’t seen it, you’ll surely see it everywhere soon; the brand just debuted at Target, but I digress.)
Not only does it contain skin-friendly ingredients like monoi oil, cupuaçu butter and kukui oil to moisturize the skin, but it also contains ascorbyl glucoside and niacinamide to help brighten the skin. Then there’s the scent the brand calls Santal Bloom. Sure, it’s not a perfect match for Santal 33 (the scent is always a little brighter and more floral, like Santal 33 on the beach), but it has the same intoxicating scent. . When I use it, I feel as luxurious and spa-like as Le Labo’s pick, only I know it’s a fraction of the cost.