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This week's beauty launches: Trinny London's first skincare tool, Ciaté London's eyeshadow palette and more...

Sophie Smith
06 October 2023

This week's beauty launches include KAYALI's new fragrance collection, Emma Lewisham's "world-first" serum, Absolute Collagen's first-ever skincare range, Ciaté London's eyeshadow palette and more.

Trinny London introduces first-ever skincare tool 

After years of research and development, Trinny London has launched its first-ever skincare tool – The Plump Up Microneedle.

The tool works by creating tiny microchannels that encourage the skin’s natural healing process. Over time, this helps to minimise the look of fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin texture and enlarged pores.

Microneedling also improves the effectiveness of your skincare, helping the active ingredients to work harder by absorbing more easily.

Priced at £44, the Plump Up Microneedle is available at Trinny London.

Ciaté London unveils second I Am Woman eyeshadow palette

Ciaté London has launched a I Am Woman Palette Volume 2, marking the brand's second "heartfelt tribute to the unwavering spirit of women".

The new palette features 24 eyeshadows, including soft browns, subtle nudes, buttery mauves and intense metallics.

Each shade is formulated with the brand's signature formula that’s "powerfully pigment rich whilst allowing for comfortable long wear".

Priced at £41, the I Am Woman Palette Volume 2 is available as Ciaté London.

KAYALI launches new Oud-inspired fragrance collection

KAYALI has expanded its fragrance family with the launch of a new collection, called OUDGASM.

The collection has one main ingredient, Oud, which pays tribute to the Arabic culture and founder Mona Kattan’s heritage.

It features four fragrances - Café, Rose, Vanilla and Tobacco -  each with its own unique scent.

Priced at £122 for 50ml, the OUDGASM collection is available at KAYALI via Huda Beauty.

Emma Lewisham Serum

Emma Lewisham tackles blemishes with new "world-first" serum

Luxury skincare brand Emma Lewisham has harnessed 20 years of "world-leading"science for its new Supernatural Blemish Serum.

Boasting a "world-first" LIVE skin-strain probiotic, the serum works to reduce acne and blemishes while improving overall skin health and condition.

The specialised skin-strain probiotic, called micrococcus luteus, delivers more than 235 million live probiotic cells per dose, which inhibit the bacteria that causes acne and blemishes (C. Acnes) on skin.

Priced at £68, the Supernatural Blemish Serum is available at Emma Lewisham.


Superdrug targets menopausal skin with new own-brand range

Superdrug has unveiled a new own-brand skincare range, developed for those experiencing changes in their skin related to peri-menopause and menopause.

Delivering visible results, the new collection is packed with active ingredients and formulated with peptide technology, giving skin the boost it needs to produce collagen and elastin for a "youthful glow".

The range, which features four products, includes a Comforting Sleep Cream, Hydrating Day Cream, Firming Serum and Hydrating Eye Cream.

Priced from £13.99 to £16.99, the B. Menopause range is available at Superdrug.

Absolute Collagen unveils first-ever skincare range

Absolute Collagen has launched its first-ever skincare range, featuring four dermatologically-tested products.

Formulated to significantly boost collagen production, the new collection includes a Day Cream, Night Cream, Eye Cream and Neck & Décolleté Cream for "stronger, firmer and glowing skin".

According to the brand, the range is clinically-proven to improve skin firmness and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in 28 days.

Priced from £35 to £55, the Deep Lift skincare range is available at Absolute Collagen.

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Balance Me taps tripeptides to plump menopausal skin

Balance Me has launched a Tripeptide Plumping Cloud Cream, promising to "revitalise aging skin with a youthful bounce and glow".

Created with bio-actives to help boost collagen, the cream features a potent blend of tripeptides, ceramides and hyaluronic acid.

This includes the brand's MatrixylTM Synthe’6, a 99.8% natural-origin tripeptide that helps to refine wrinkles. It works with the natural structure of the skin’s matrix to produce a visible smoothing and lifting effect.

Priced at £45, the Tripeptide Cloud Cream is available at Balance Me.

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