Radford Beauty Undergoes a Rebrand + More Beauty News
Plus, Paco Rabanne's FAME fragrance gets a limited-edition makeover.
Radford Beauty has a new look
Fresh off a total rebrand, Radford Beauty has entered a new era of stripped-down skincare. The Canadian brand aims to simplify skincare by cutting through the confusion. With often overcomplicated language and a constant shift in trends, it can be tricky to narrow down what your skin really needs — and what actually works. To remedy this overstimulation, skincare expert and brand founder Victoria Radford has relaunched Radford Beauty with a curated lineup of daily essentials made with clean, intentional and effective formulas. To help reset your skin and get your routine back on track, the new product portfolio now includes a skin-loving series of products ranging from a pH-balanced cleanser to a sheer tinted moisturizer, all housed in no-fuss, minimalist packaging so you can get the job done.
Sulwhasoo drops a brightening line
Need a little boost of brightness? The launch of Sulwhasoo’s Concentrated Ginseng Brightening line has arrived right on time. The collection, which includes a spot ampoule and a serum, boasts three illuminating hero ingredients. First, Sulwhasoo’s GinsenomicsTM technology uses a rare form of saponin (derived from the ginseng plant) within its Ginsenoside ingredient to power its anti-aging properties. Then, the patented MelasolvTM ingredient works to brighten the skin by targeting dark spots, ultimately revealing a clearer complexion that glows. And lastly, while white ginseng polysaccharides promote a radiant glow, they simultaneously keep the skin hydrated. How’s that for a brightness boost?
Supergoop!’s body sunscreen is now available in Canada
Canada, our wait is over — the Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen Body SPF 40 is here. Beauty enthusiasts are probably already obsessed with the O.G. Supergoop! facial sunscreen, but this body-focused iteration features a revamped formula and a couple of unique new ingredients you’re going to want to hear about. The Unseen Sunscreen Body offers up an easy-to-glide formula that is silkier than its facial counterpart, so it’s a breeze to apply all over the body. Plus, newly added olive leaf and fruit extracts team up with plant-derived emollients to reinforce the skin’s natural barrier and wrap the skin in a moisturizing layer of protection — without leaving behind a dreaded greasy finish.
Wildcraft launches an affordable brightening serum
On the skincare market, vitamin C serums can run you anywhere around $100 and upwards — but Wildcraft’s mission to design products priced under $45 makes their Brighten Vitamin C Face Serum a budget-friendly option that your skin will thank you for. To brighten and even out your skin tone, the serum is formulated with sodium ascorbyl phosphate (a stable, water-soluble vitamin C derivative), and uses both hyaluronic acid and sea algae to smooth the skin while fading stubborn dark spots. This Indigenous beauty brand also prides itself on creating plant-powered skincare — which is why this serum draws upon chamomile, green tea, and blossom honey ingredients to support a healthy skin barrier.
Paco Rabanne revamps its Fame fragrance for spring
Paco Rabanne’s irresistible Fame fragrance just got a springtime makeover. It’s the same floral fragrance you know and love with key notes of succulent mango and airy jasmine, only this time dressed up in a collector edition bottle doused in pink glitter. Dubbed Fame Blooming Pink, this limited-edition jewel bottle oozes luxury with its Paco Rabanne chainmail dress-inspired design in a new rosy hue. An absolute must-have for perfume collectors, it’ll add a playful pop of pink to any vanity.