Beauty Punch: Skin SaviorPosted by Alex Lagman on August 22, 2012 under Beauty,Beauty Punch
NARS is serious about giving women proper skin care, with its nine-piece beauty ser launched earlier this month. NARSskin consists of two moisturizers and cleansers, exfoliator, toner, mask, serum, and eye cream with prices ranging from $29 to $72.
Luminous Moisture Cream – Works in 24 hours with intense hydration as the skin restores natural glow. It’s also infused with Beech Bud Extract to boost collagen production to fight against harmful free radicals.
Aqua Gel Luminous Oil-Free Moisturizer – Enriched with Dynamic Aqua Technology that helps in water preservation while softening the visible lines on the face.
Gentle Cream Cleanser – This helps maintain skin moisture while taking off makeup. Monoї oil, wild rose extract, and chamomile all help soothe the skin as well.
Purifying Foam Cleanser – Another foaming cleanser that removes skin’s impurities with botanical exfoliating spheres while soothing skin with wild rose and peony extracts for a shine-free surface.
Double Refining Exfoliator – With mild citrus fruit acids and botanical exfoliating spheres, pores are deeply rinsed out and they become less visible so skin looks clearer and smoother.
Multi-Action Hydrating Toner – This alcohol-free formula immediately rejuvenates, at the same time, gently exfoliates the skin by refining the formation of pores.
Aqua Gel Luminous Mask – Strong natural botanicals boost collagen production and protect skin’s elastin for that youthful glow as the mask completely hydrates the surface.
Optimal Brightening Concentrate – Filled with NARS’ exclusive Light Reflecting Complex, the heart of the NARSskin collection brightens and regenerates the skin’s complexion at once. Vitamin C clears and evens skin tone as Noni fruit extracts increases cellular energy preventing skin aging.
Total Replenishing Eye Cream – Dark circles are the main target of this cream. The beech bud extract enhances collagen production reducing puffiness for a supple eye area.
[Photos from NARS]