That's a wrap—here’s the final roundup of beauty brand and product launches for 2021.
MRVL Skin Solutions: Rick Langley, aka @Scorpion.Rick, is an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is also the founder of the world's largest Blue Scorpion farm and state-of-the-art laboratory that developed a breakthrough proprietary ingredient, Blue Scorpion Peptide (BSP). The ingredient is a combination of amino acids, proteins, enzymes, and antioxidants that have been clinically proven to help stimulate natural collagen production, fight free radicals, help regenerate symptoms of damaged skin, and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The range consists of Anti-Aging Firming Serum ($195), Arnica Recovery Cream ($175), HA Hydrafill Cream ($175), Retinol Repair Night Cream ($185), and Super Rich Eye Cream ($180).
Florence by Mills: A new Blue Light Collection from Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown's beauty brand consists of a trio of skincare products focused on protecting skin from damaging blue light that comes from electronics. Up in the Clouds Facial Moisturizer ($19), Soak It in Blue Light Protection Toner ($18), and Zero Chill Makeup Setting Spray ($18) feature plankton extract, which is said to defend against damage caused by artificial blue light.
Dermalogica: Whether it's from a lack of sleep, allergies, aging, or too much time in the sun, Awaken Peptide Eye Gel helps minimize the appearance of puffiness, fine lines, and wrinkles around the eye area, leaving the skin luminous and radiant.
SeroVital: The latest launch from the brand is an antiaging duo of Skin Revitalizers ($120) that reduce the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots, visibly brighten, and noticeably lift for younger-looking skin. SuddenlySmooth Gentle RetinAll provides the benefits of a retinoid, without the harshness, while VitaCorrect Solution is the ultimate dark spot corrector.
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