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Fenty Skin products revealed: your first look at what’s coming from Fenty Skin

Fenty Skin products

It's one of the most hotly anticipated launches of 2020. And without further ado, here's your first look at the three products in Fenty Skin so far.

So far we know about these: The Total Cleans’r, Fat Water and Hydra Vizor - you can buy them all together as a Start'r pack for $75 or get them individually.

 

Total Cleans’r

Fenty Skin Total Cleans'r

The Total Cleans’r is a "remove it all #cleanser". It's a logical first product for Fenty. When you have a high-powered makeup line, you certainly need a cleanser to get it all off at the end of the day. It rings in at $25 US.

According to the website: "Makeup wipes? Cancelled. This 2-in-1 makeup remover-cleanser gives you the delicious deep clean you deserve: Its creamy lather removes dirt, oil, and longwear makeup without stripping or drying."

It's made with Barbados cherry, Ginkgo biloba, green tea, fig and quince.

 

Fat Water

Fenty Skin Fat Water

Next up is the Fat Water which is a "pore-refining toner serum". We're seeing water essences become more and more popular in Western beauty. Since Fenty is at the forefront of innovation, we're not too surprised to see a water essence-style toner/cross serum in this line. We're not exactly sure if this product is designed to replace both a serum and a toner, but it would be great if it does. It's $28 US.

According to the product description on the website is "instantly refines the look of pores, reduces the look of dark spots and evens skin tone and fights shine without stripping."

"Toners help your pores look tighter and control oil, serums deliver powerful ingredients that target skin concerns like dark spots: This toner-serum combo does both."

It's made with niacinamide, Barbados cherry, Australian lemon myrtle & witch hazel, Japanese raisin tree, cactus flower and green tea & fig.

 

Hydra Vizor

Fenty Skin Hydro Vizor

To top it all off we have the Hydra Vizor an "invisible moisturiser with SPF 30". It's an interesting one. Personally, I do not like moisturisers with SPF - they're great for daywear but not great at night. Plus, they generally make my skin a little congested. I prefer to add my SPF over the top after the fact. But, so Fenty Skin seems to be all about streamlining, innovation and convenience, so I'm ready to give it the benefit of the doubt. It's $35 US.

According to the Fenty Skin site: "This 2-in-1 sunscreen and moisturizer is lightweight, oil free, and truly invisible on all skin tones. It claps back at dehydration, discoloration, dark spots. Makeup-friendly, too: No pilling and zero flashback. Refillable."

It's made with Kalahari melon, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid & aloe and baobab.

 

Hydra Vizor Refill

There is a fourth product available as part of the launch of Fenty Skin. But it's not anything different, it's a refill of the Hydra Vizor moisturiser so you don't need to throw the shell.

 

 

Fenty Skin products

When can we see the rest?

These three products together are called the Start’r collection - Rihanna also gave email subscribers a special look and tutorial on how she uses the three products together and her battles with sensitive skin. And it's definitely worth mentioning that all products are clean beauty products, also they're vegan and eco-friendly.

 

 

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We'll find out more soon when the early access to Fenty Skin opens at 12am July 29 for email subscribers - everyone else will be able to access from July 31.

Sign up to Fenty Skin here for the early access and watch this space for more details around 2 or 3pm - and read our other guide on everything you need to know about Fenty Skin so far.