– new and noseworthy beauty launches
When it comes to appearance medicine,
Caci is regarded as one of the best providers in the country. With 21 years in business, 37 stores nationwide and multiple awards under their belt, it comes as no surprise that they have decided to open a clinic in picturesque Queenstown. Renowned for the latest skin treatments, Botox and fillers, the new clinic is located in Remarkables Park and is the ideal rejuvenation spot for tourists and locals alike. queenstown.caci.co.nz
THE POWER OF TWO
Following 10 years of research, L’Occitane has harnessed the power of two wonder plants found on the Mediterranean island of Corsica to create a pair of products in its Supreme Anti-Ageing range. The Divine Harmony Serum, $290, and Cream, $265, both contain high doses of immortelle, a flower that never fades, and jania rubens, a red algae that has the ability to regenerate eternally. Each of these skin-saving superstars delivers a powerful, holistic and effective boost to skin’s smoothness and elasticity.
Celebrity make-up artist and brow specialist Tonya Crooks certainly knows her stuff. She’s perfected the arches of superstars Julia Roberts, Halle Berry and Eva Mendes, and now extends The BrowGal product range with three new additions to cover every woman’s brow needs. The Wet/Dry Convertible Powder/Pomade, $69, adds depth and colour, the DualEnded Brush, $30, makes application effortless, and the new Double Ended Highlighter in 03 Toffee/Bronze, $40, is the perfect shade to make eyes pop, whatever your skintone.
Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream is one of the best-known beauty products in the world. Continuing this legacy the beauty giant introduces the new Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist, $41, an instantly invigorating facial spray that hydrates, soothes and refreshes skin. Used as and when needed, this spritz can be applied in the morning to awaken, as a midday pick-me-up over make-up, or after a hard gym workout as an energising treat.