Rather than chafing dead skin cells away with grittiness, it uses chemical exfoliation to dissolve bonds gluing problematic dead cells to the healthy skin beneath. Glossier says that daily use will bring a visible reduction to redness, blemishes and pore size, while encouraging glow, smoothness general skin health. And if it's anything like their other products, we believe them.
The product is available to buy here for £19
About Glossier (pronounced Gloss-i-yay):
Vince Vaughan uses the skincare, Helen Mirren wears the make up and it makes ordinary people feel like superstars. Founded by Emily Weiss in 2014, the brand might be New York-based (where you'll find its only showroom) but it is a digital brand first and foremost. If you're wondering what the big deal is about a website with nothing to show for itself in the Selfridge's beauty hall, well, that's the point. Glossier is as slick a website as its products are slick on your skin. It's bypassed the pushy gatekeepers of beauty at the make-up stand and goes straight to your make up bag.
Their campaigns show real bodies, their customer service gets excellent press, they don't test on animals and their products show your face in its best shape, rather than masking the real you.
Here are the key products to look out for:
Body Hero Daily Perfecting Cream
Sample review: "body hero by @glossier smells so good and it CHANGED MY LIFE"
Milky Jelly Cleanser
Contains some of the same ingredients as contact lens solution, so it's kind on your eyes
The perfect birthday present for your favourite friend
A blemish cover that brightens - and doesn't hide your skin
Gives your eyebrows the fluffing and filling of their little lives
Powder that sets your make up without smothering your face
We'll have one of each, please.
|What||Glossier has announced a brand new product|
|Where||Online | MAP|
On 09 Oct 17, 12:00 AM – 11:00 PM
|Website||Click here to explore Glossier|