And other major, exciting beauty news too.
Now, after eight whole years (8!) of being Ireland’s best selling tan, Cocoa Brown by Marissa Carter has revealed a brand new look. With four bottles sold every minute worldwide across 25,000 stockists in 23 countries, it’s no wonder why Cocoa Brown is such a firm favourite. Now in a bold and striking new bottle, their rebrand comes with a brand new campaign, #tanlove, which represents Cocoa Brown brand evolution to develop a range of products that is inclusive of everyone, at every price point.
Showing their love for Cocoa Brown in the campaign #tanlove are also their new ambassadors, Niamh Cullen, Emma, Ashley and Claudine Kehoe, Brenda Mang, January Winters, Adam Fogarty & Imane Hachadi.
And in other beauty news, IT Cosmetics have launched a brand new hydrating and setting spray, Your Skin But Better Setting Spray+. IT Cosmetics are known for the fantastic results that their products give, as the products are developed with plastic surgeons, your skin is always at the forefront when it comes to IT Cosmetics. Their new setting spray contains fine, micron-size mattifying powders that transparently coat the skin to set makeup and prevent it from budging for up to 16 hours, while Hyaluronic Acid, Coconut Water and Aloe Vera Extract instantly soothes, revitalizes and hydrates skin! Your Skin But Better Setting Spray+ will be available for €27 later on this month in Arnotts and Brown Thomas.
While we’re on the topic of skin, Thérapie Clinic have opened their largest clinic in Ireland, on Henry Street. Thérapie Clinic is known for its excellent treatments and service, as the biggest provider of Botox in Ireland and the UK.
The Irish family-run aesthetic clinic offers a wide range of the most advanced and high-tech, non-surgical treatments for the skin and body, specialising in laser hair removal, skin treatments, botox, and fillers.
Thérapie have 37 clinics open across Ireland and the UK and now Henry Street will be the biggest of their clinics offering the most extensive menu of treatments. During the time where their clinics had to close their doors, the waiting list grew to 100,000 while Thérapie donated their entire stock of hand sanitizer, gloves, paper rolls and PPE to Irish hospitals and nursing homes, and many of their medical staff returned to the frontline to support the HSE fight against COVID 19.