Kate Somerville has launched a new anti-ageing line inspired by her clinic’s most in-demand treatments.
The brand’s Skin Health Experts Clinic in California, set up by skincare expert Kate Somerville herself, offers a range of skin-boosting treatments.
And now it's possible for everyone to lap up the benefits without having to make their way to Los Angeles’ Melrose Place.
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The new KateCeuticals line features three different anti-ageing products that plump, lift and smooth the skin.
With a serum, face moisturizer and eye cream (which could swiftly make it into our best eye creams round-up), the products work in harmony with one another to create an effective skincare routine.
Kate Somerville KateCeuticals range
Kate Somerville KateCeuticals™ Firming Serum
Inspired by the clinic’s hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, which aim to target collagen loss by injecting hydrating powerhouse hyaluronic acid into the skin to lift and plump, this clinic-grade serum uses a double dose of the staple hydrating acid alongside pea extract to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles by infusing moisture into the skin. A tri-peptide complex also works to infuse firmness and elasticity, while antioxidant vitamin E soothes and nourishes skin as well as defending against free radical damage.
Kate Somerville KateCeuticals™ Lifting Eye Cream
This innovative formula was developed in the LA-based clinic using a blend of anti-ageing ingredients, including staples vitamin C, to brighten and firm skin, and hyaluronic acid, for a hit of hydration with plumping powers. A triple peptide complex works to reduce the look of wrinkles and smooth crow’s feet and fine lines and increase firmness and elasticity, while cucumber extract treats dark circles.
Kate Somerville KateCeuticals™ Total Repair Cream
Designed to mimic Kate’s number one anti-aging clinic facial, this cream complements hyaluronic acid with 2020’s star ingredient squalane, which locks in all of the moisture that the HA brings to the table. A peptide-infused ceramide complex adds another hit of hydration to improve the skin’s elasticity while helping to blur the appearance of fine lines and deep wrinkles.
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