This week's beauty launches: Huda Beauty's colour corrector, Skin Rocks' first cleanser and more...
This week's beauty launches include Huda Beauty's new colour corrector, Harry’s limited-edition Pride set, Pai Skincare's salicylic acid booster, Skin Rocks' first-ever cleanser and more!
Huda Beauty launches peachy-pink colour correctors
Huda Beauty has launched a new #FauxFilter Colour Corrector, using opposing colours to neutralise unwanted discolouration.
Available in five peachy-pink shades, the colour corrector cancels out darkness and pigmentation to create even skin, or a blank canvas for other complexion products.
It’s also packed with actives, such as vitamin C and niacinamide, to help improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation over time.
Priced at £26.00, the #FauxFilter Colour Corrector is available at Huda Beauty.
Skin Rocks launches first-ever cleanser
Skin Rocks, launched by skincare expert Caroline Hirons, has unveiled its first-ever cleanser - The Cream Cleanser - available in fragranced and fragrance free variations.
Blended with the brand's signature Skin Rocks scent, the product gently cleanses the skin, removing light makeup, SPF and daily impurities without leaving the skin feeling tight or dry.
Containing a combination of barrier-supporting ingredients, including eight amino acids, squalane and jojoba seed oil to soften skin and boost hydration, the cleanser is the "perfect starting point for your skincare routine".
Priced at £32, The Cream Cleanser is available at Skin Rocks.
Pai Skincare tackles breakouts with new booster
Pai Skincare has unveiled its new Salicylic Acid Booster, a hyper-concentrated natural BHA exfoliator to unclog pores and keep breakouts at bay.
Using a maximum strength 2% concentration of salicylic acid, sourced from wintergreen and white willow bark, the booster lifts away dead skin cells that clog pores and cause blackheads.
The formula also includes hydrating glycerin and organic chamomile water to soothe skin sensitivity.
Priced at £19, the Salicylic Acid Booster is available at Pai Skincare.
Christophe Robin unveils limited-edition version of Cleansing Purifying Scrub
Parisian haircare brand Christophe Robin has launched a limited-edition version of its bestselling Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt.
Dressed in new signature packaging, the scrub promises a sensory experience, "transporting users to the wide sandy beaches of Normandy".
Perfect for sensitive or oily scalps, the formulation uses a new aromatic, floral and woody fragrance. It works to sooth and cleanse the hair and scalp, leaving hair looking "beautifully fresh and shiny".
Priced at £42, the limited-edition Cleansing Purifying Scrub is available at Christophe Robin.
Harry’s unveils limited-edition Pride set
Personal care brand Harry’s has launched a limited-edition Pride set in partnership with poet and writer Saeed Jones.
The box contains a Shave Set, for which Jones has crafted an exclusive poem, titled Repeat After Me, exploring the "beauty of introspection and poetry’s power to serve as a mantra and a mirror through which we find our unique and inherent value".
For each set sold, Harry’s is donating £5 to LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity Albert Kennedy Trust.
Priced at £32, the Pride set is available at Harry's.
Ciaté London launches new tinted lip jelly
Ciaté London has launched a Dewy Gloss Tinted Lip Jelly, available in four shades - Charm, Revelation, Heartbeat and Uncover.
The product's glossy, non-sticky formula is enriched with "lip-loving" benefits, bringing together skincare and cosmetics for a glassy, hydrated finish.
The oil to gloss hybrid formula features the brand's nourishing Triple-R Complex to rejuvenate, replenish and renew lips with raspberry seed oil, hyaluronic acid and squalene.
Priced at £18, the Dewy Gloss Tinted Lip Jelly is available at Ciaté London.