You need to get your hands on these beauty products with the coolest names
What’s in a name?
Some beauty products have such cool and smart names that we can’t help but be intrigued with; And to be honest, it does make us want to add them to our beauty arsenal pronto, just for their cool names alone.
But before you click “add to cart” and “check out” here’s a list of the products with the most awesome names, plus info on what they actually do.
Anne Semonin Eye Express Radiance Ice Cubes x 6, US$56.33, from Net-a-porter
Inspired by cryotherapy facial treatments, these cubes are meant to be freezed until you want to use them. Remove the ice cube from the pod, wrap in the gauze provided then sweep around your eyes gently.
Joanna Vargas Twilight Face Mask, 5 x 25ml, US$68.78, from Net-a-porter
This nighttime mask contains epidermal growth factors that boost skin’s radiance and brightens skin tone. There’s also niacinamide in the formula, which shrinks pores and smooth skin’s surface to make it look supple and healthy.
Plus, it has arbutin to even out skin tone and dark spots, and allantoin to soothe and heal damaged skin.
This Works Stress Check Face Oil, US$77.95, from Net-a-porter
A facial oil that protects the skin against the struggles and stresses of everyday life. The super nourishing formula boasts a hydrating blend of omega 3 and vitamins E and C to help restore moisture levels and prevent premature signs of ageing.
What’s more, soothing lavender and camomile scent offers an extra calming effect on your senses.
Glamglow Galacticleanse Hydrating Jelly Balm Cleanser, $47, from Sephora
Smear this black cleansing gel with shimmery meteorites-like bits in it, on dry skin.
Wet your hands and massage it onto skin and it transforms into a cleanisng, foamy wash that clears impurities and leaves skin silky soft and hydrated, thanks to ingredients like moonflower oil and bamboo charcoal.