This Week’s Need-To-Know Beauty News
Here's what you might have missed.
Biossance and influencer Aimee Song collaborate on a limited edition Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil
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Warning: Using these products may give you a boost of self-confidence and make you spend too much time in front of the mirror. ? The Your Favorite Kit and limited-edition Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil by @aimeesong are almost here. Who's ready? ⠀ -⠀ Launching 3.31 on Biossance.com & Sephora.com #CleanAtSephora⠀ ⠀ Coming soon:⠀ @sephora stores⠀ @sephoracanada⠀ ⠀ 5.6*⠀ @sephoraaus⠀ @sephoranz⠀ ⠀ 5.15*⠀ @cultbeauty⠀ ⠀ 6.2*⠀ @sephorahk ⠀ @sephoramy⠀ @sephoraph⠀ @sephorasg⠀ @thaisephora⠀ ⠀ * Dates are subject to change due to COVID-19
Clean skincare brand Biossance has partnered with influencer and New York Times bestselling author Aimee Song for a limited-edition take on its cult-followed Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil. This luxe skincare goodie is stuffed with power ingredients that work overtime to boost skin radiance, firmness, suppleness and hydration levels for a seriously refreshed complexion. “It’s one of my favourite skincare rituals that puts me in a really great mood,” Song said in a release from the collab. Available on Sephora.ca for $95 as of March 31, this power serum is a great daily pick-me-up — especially during a 24/7 at-home routine.
Beautycounter partners with Save The Children to support North American children during COVID-19
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#Coronavirus affects us all – ourselves, our kids, our communities and beyond. If you’re eager to make an impact in your local community, we've compiled 11 ways to show support to those right outside your door. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Remember: we’re all in this together. ❤️
Beautycounter is supporting children in North American communities that are being severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The clean beauty brand is raising awareness of and donating to Save the Children’s campaign #SaveWithStories. Until April 1, Beautycounter will match donations made through the above link. These donations will help support community programs in feeding vulnerable children during this pandemic, as well as helping to make up for lost learning through providing books, games and other educational material.
Riversol is providing free cases of hand sanitizer to community organizations across Canada during these disinfection-obsessed times
To help address the shortages in hand sanitizer in the wake of COVID-19, Riversol, a Canadian skincare brand developed by Vancouver-based dermatologist Dr. Jason Rivers, has launched its very own hand sanitizer program. The brand is donating one free case of its sage-lemon Cleansing Hand Spray to any Canadian community organization (think: care homes and shelters) that is still open and operating, with shipping commencing on March 31st. In addition, Riversol is offering one free hand sanitizer with every full-size skincare purchase made on the company site, and individual bottles will be sold for $5 with all proceeds going towards supporting donations of hand sanitizer across Canada. If you know of a community organization that is in desperate need of hand sanitizer during these troubling times, Riversol wants to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.