Kate Moss's beauty range has the 'mythical tears' from a Greek island
Kate Moss’s beauty range that boasts the ‘mythical tears’ from a Greek island (just like the tears as £400 leaves your bank account)
Many of us might wonder how we too can have the skin of a supermodel. But the answer, it now seems, has been there all along: Tears from a Greek island, naturally.
Kate Moss has launched a new skincare range that could bring fans closer to emulating her beauty regime. But at £412 for the lot, it won’t come cheap – especially if you include the £105 Golden Nectar serum, which contains the ‘mythical’ tears of Chios, a plant resin produced on the Greek island.
The 48-year-old model – who once reportedly advised the three Cs and one V regimen: Cigarettes, champagne, coffee and vodka – yesterday launched her wellness brand Cosmoss, promising to show fans her ‘journey of transformation’.
The products, made from ‘potent, natural substances’, are split into three rituals which are said to balance the ‘body and soul with the natural environment and the circadian cycles.’
Kate Moss (pictured) has launched a new skincare range that could bring fans closer to emulating her beauty regime
The products, made from ‘potent, natural substances’, are split into three rituals which are said to balance the ‘body and soul with the natural environment and the circadian cycles’
The website describes these rituals as enabling us to ‘adjust to the rhythm of nature, help us find inner peace and self-fulfilment, and open a door to balance, restoration and love’.
The first step in the supermodel’s daily routine is the £287 dawn ritual, which fills the body with ‘positive energy’.
The website describes these rituals as enabling us to ‘adjust to the rhythm of nature, help us find inner peace and self-fulfilment, and open a door to balance, restoration and love’
This includes a £20 antioxidant tea ‘to bring us gently out of the dream world’ followed by a £52 cleanser and £95 anti-ageing face cream.
It is then finished with the £120 Sacred Mist eau de parfum which ‘envelopes you with its hypnotic yet grounding fragrance’ to ‘provide a sense of inner peace’.
The morning skincare regimen comes in at a slightly higher cost than ‘lifestyle guru’ Gwyneth Paltrow’s similar morning routine kit. The five-step Goop kit costs £265.
During the daytime, Moss advises using her ‘moodboosting’ fragrance again, followed by the Golden Nectar serum – a CBD infused ‘ultimate antioxidant oil’.
With an eye-watering price-tag for only 30ml, it is described as ‘an everyday indulgence which takes care of your skin, body, mind and soul’.
Miss Moss describes the last ‘dusk ritual’ as ‘a moment for reflection and peace’. It involves the cleanser, the Golden Nectar serum, the face cream and ‘a cup of exquisite Dusk Tea’ to ‘welcome you to the realm of restful dreams’.
The ‘soulful, sensual, selfaware’ wellness brand is said to ‘draw on the extraordinary life experience of Kate Moss’.
Her modelling career and image is described as having ‘touched on and influenced so many others’ but fans are reminded that she has undergone her own ‘rich journey of transformation’.
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