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The people behind ColourPop are launching affordable skin care that covers all the bases
This week, ColourPop is launching a sister brand called Fourth Ray Beauty, and it’s all dedicated to skin care. Best of all? It’s affordable AF.
Fourth Ray Beauty will include clean, wellness-inspired, and effective skin care products. In addition to an initial set of hero products, the brand will debut a few extra beauty goodies. Get ready for cleansing oil, gel cleanser, clarifying tonic, moisturizer, spot treatment, two box sets, and a duo. Other products include scrunchies, a face roller, and headbands, to name a few.
Here’s a peek at what the brand has to offer:
Remove makeup, dirt, and pollution with an antioxidant-rich blend of camellia, juniper berry, and meadowfoam seed oil.
Clean your skin well without stripping it of its natural moisture.
Clarify and balance your skin with a blend of ginseng, willow bark, papaya enzymes, and witch hazel.
Treat blemishes overnight with this blend of salicylic acid, sulfur, and calamine.
Gently massage, sooth, de-puff, and cool your skin, with a touch of rose quartz glam.
Keep your hair out of your face during your skin care routine with these adorable scrunchies.
You can purchase these products individually or as a set. The Ritual Box ($150) includes all Fourth Ray skin care products, tools, and accessories, as well as other wellness items like bath bombs, sage, candles, matches, and crystals. The Full Collection bundle ($54) includes all five Fourth Ray essentials.
Be ready come August 23rd because this new line is too good to miss.
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