Beauty News Of The Week: YSL Beaute's Milk Tea-Inspired Lipsticks, Clarins' Sunscreen Mist & More
YSL Beaute unveils a new lipstick colour series inspired by milk tea
Craving for your bubble tea fix during this circuit-breaker? The French beauty brand might satiate that craving with its new colour range called the YSL Milk Tea Shop. Featuring 10 peachy, nude and orange shades that take their cues from candy, latte and spicy milk tea colours, the colour palette will be available for three of the brand’s popular lipstick lines – Rouge Pur Couture, Rouge Volupte Shine and Vernis A Levres Vinyl Cream.
Chanel expands its Cleansing Collection with three new products
Currently comprising four products from micellar water to cream cleansers, the Cleansing Collection welcomes three additional members to the family to cater to those with oilier skin types living in urban environments. First up, its Le Gel ($66) is boosted with anti-pollution properties to strengthen, while the exfoliating gel Le Gommage ($79) is enriched with jojoba microbeads that melt into a jellified texture upon application to buff away dead skin cells. Lastly, the Le Masque ($79) is a purifying and hydrating mask formulated with maracuja extract and purple micro-algae to stimulate cell respiration, which in turn boosts the skin’s defence mode.
Clarins’ unveils a sunscreens you can spritz on
We have always stressed the importance of applying sunscreen and how it is crucial to keep slapping it on throughout the day. While sunscreens that come in the form of cushion compacts are versatile and fuss-free, here’s another option you might want to consider: sunscreen mists. Clarins’ Sun Care Water Mist SPF50+ ($50) comes in a handy bottle that gently dispenses a weightless veil over the skin which is perfect for re-application while you’re on-the-go. It is also formulated with a Sun Filter Complex and Sun Plant Complex that work together to protect the skin from both UVA and UVB rays.
Chantecaille is launching a brightening serum in June
Who can say no to a product that can promise a luminous and radiant complexion. This is why Chantecaille’s upcoming Radiance Elixir ($360) that launches next month has caught our attention. It is fortified with a Skin Awakening and Crystal Peptide, as well as other lipopeptides and extracts to improve skin clarity and boost collagen production for a healthier-looking complexion. What we really love about the formula is the inclusion of tomato-derived colourless carotenoids that offer a redness-reducing effect when our skin is exposed to daylight – music to the ears for those who are prone to flushed cheeks and skin irritations during the day.
Dr Belmeur has a new body range for sensitive skin
If you love the Korean brand for its array of calming cica-infused skincare products, its new body care range will give you more reason to. For one, the collection comprising a Mild Derma Body Wash ($30), a Mild Derma Lotion ($43) and a Mild Derma Body Cream ($30) is suitable for children and those who often experience skin irritation and sensitivity. Each product is formulated with a patented Skin-Sync RX formula, which contains ceramide, panthenol and shea butter to deliver long-lasting moisture to parched skin while calming any redness and sensitivity.