As if we aren’t enough in love with all things Korean beauty, one of their best known skincare brands, Racinne, will be hitting our stores soon.
It’s a very science-based range – and I hate to be bamboozled with science (Callus Cultivation Technology and Advanced Neoendorphin Synthesis) that I don’t have a hope in hell of being able to argue or even question – but I do know that it’s a rated brand in Korea (although they say they are inspired by Canadian scientists).
In a nutshell, the grape range is for radiance (Ultimate Hydra Perfection), the lotus flower (Ultimate Aqua Blanc) and ginseng for anti-ageing (Ultimate Youth Power). Again, we’re looking at plant stem cell technology (specifically using Korean ginseng).
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Prices are quite friendly for premium skin care – about £38 for the serums – and I’ll be quite honest, that it is only because it is Korean that I’m giving it a second look. The packaging is generic and unexciting, but I do feel quite excited by the potential.
You can buy it HERE before it starts to hit the shops.
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