Thursday 6 February 2014

New Products: Sensai, SkinCeuticals, Sunday Riley, LightStim

A quick round-up of new skincare and devices:


Sensai Lift Remodelling Eye Cream

Japanese anti-ageing skincare brand Sensai has launched Sensai Lift Remodelling Eye Cream, formulated to brighten, lift and firm the skin around the eyes, as well as reduce hollowness for a more plumped and volumised appearance. The cream also comes with an ergonomic massager to stimulate microcirculation around the delicate skin in the eye area. Priced £125 for 15ml, the cream is available now exclusively at Harrods

SkinCeuticals Advanced Pigment Corrector

Tackling stubborn hyperpigmentation is the aim of a new formula from SkinCeuticals, the Advanced Pigment Corrector.  Ingredients include yeast extract to enhance skin’s resistance against newly forming pigment; ellagic acid to block excess melanin production; hydroxyphenoxy propionic acid to inhibit melanin transfer; plus salicylic acid to exfoliate and enhance product penetration. It will be available later this month priced £85 for 30ml. SkinCeuticals


Sunday Riley Artemis Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil

If you like Sunday Riley you may want to drop a few unsubtle hints to your other half as the brand’s new Artemis Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil drops at Space NK on Valentine’s Day. This lemon scented serum helps balance the complexion whilst clarifying and toning. An essential oil complex of Australian medicinal plants, lemon ironbark and lemon myrtle it provides anti-inflammatory, purifying, and cleansing support to the skin. Milk thistle seed oil, black cumin seed oil, and pink grapefruit essential oil, meanwhile, are said to help fight redness and premature aging caused by toxins and inflammation. Available from 14th February and priced £98 for 30ml here


LightStim for Wrinkles

Not a new product but new to the UK is the LightStim for Wrinkles, a home device equipped with red, amber and infra-red LEDs (I bought mine this summer and had to order it directly from the US!). It is designed to reduce wrinkles and restore radiance by stimulating the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin. Treatment is a little time consuming – it takes 30 minutes to treat the whole face and at least 5 treatments a week are required for the first 8 weeks. LightStim will become available at Space NK from 21st February priced at £249 here . This follows its launch on QVC UK, which is currently offering it at the introductory price of £199 here
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