A soon to be cult favorite from the expert who gave us ExfoliKate®
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Let’s face it, ladies – once we hit our mid-30s peering into a magnifying mirror can leave us feeling less than fairest.
Well, here’s a little secret to help keep you from rashly causing yourself 7 years bad luck:
Prestige skincare maven Kate Somerville is launching a new product that’s the at-home answer to pricey-but-popular oxygen facials available in clinics – oh, and her client roster includes the youthful visages of Kate Hudson, Demi Moore and Debra Messing, among a bevy of others.
While the name is a mouthful, Somerville’s DermalQuench Liquid Lift ($250) is a high-octane wrinkle and line remover that really works. No, seriously. After all, we know anything that comes in a pressurized container with a propellant applicator and fold-out instructions is serious business, kind-of like filler-in-a bottle. (It’s being patented as you read, btw.)
We were skeptics at first, but just you wait.
You apply this delightfully chilling stuff, chock full of hyaluronic acid, oxygen and vitamins, to your face morning and night – it has a serious cooling effect, feels kinda like airbrushing, then may cause you to feel a little flushed, so be warned –and are found to look younger in just days.
For the most sensitive skin, this may be a little intense, but if you’re looking for a legitimately powerful weapon in the wrinkle war (short of Botox and Restalyne, that is), consider yourself armed.
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