If you're like us, you've been wanting to cop RiRi's skincare routine ever since her beautiful, bronzed face first blessed our screens; And, well, try not to freak out, but it appears that day has finally come.
Over the weekend, the Fenty goddess dropped a pretty major bombshell... in the form of a very new skincare line. That's right, her much-anticipated Fenty Skin is finally here, and we've got everything you need to know...
“I wanted it to feel approachable, easy, and take the pressure off choosing a routine, so I created one for everyone,” Rihanna revealed of her latest launch. So, what does our new skincare routine call for?
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my skincare journey has been quite complex...some parts of my face are oily, some are dry, fatigue from travel, plus I have super sensitive skin, and chile now being in my 30s?!! making @fentyskin was a challenge to cover all bases and thinking of the many skin types that are out there! But y’all know I love a good challenge 💪🏿🧖🏿♀️ ...check it out on youtube.com/fentyskin
The "new culture of skin-care," as the official website put it, consists of a three-piece regimen: a soothing pore-refining toner, 'remove it all' cleanser and dreamy 'invisible' moisturizer. Oh, and did we mention all products are vegan and 'earth-conscious?'
That's right. While RiRi "wanted the packaging to be beautiful," as she put it, she also wanted to incorporate a "functional," "earth-conscious approach." "We eliminated boxes where we could, we have refill systems, and we use recycled materials where possible," the beauty explained.
But that's not all. "Inspired by her global lifestyle, Rihanna brought together ingredients from around the world," the official site revealed. What did that call for? "Skincare powerhouses, such as hyaluronic acid and niacinamide—for clinically proven results."
Well, there you have it, folks; A 3-piece product that both your skin and Mother Nature will thank you for. But I'd act fast if I were you, something tells me we're not the only Fenty fans around here.