Cosmetics Business rounds up eight new fragrance and skin care launches now available to purchase, plus a look at Phlur’s debut fragrance launching into Selfridges in September
Entrepreneur and influencer Chriselle Lim’s Missing Person fragrance is launching in the UK this month
The Molton Brown Dunes Collection was inspired by Senior Perfumer Philippe Paparella-Paris’s upbringing with his grandmother and years living in Dubai.
It features both EDT and EDP fragrances blended with pepper and geranium.
Other notable launches this week include Aman's mineral infused skin scrubs, as well as an intensified iteration of Tom Ford’s Noir Extreme Parfum. Read below to find out more.
Avon has launched its Anew Sensitive+ collection featuring Protinol.
The range includes a Cream Cleanser (£7), which removes dirt, oils, impurities and make-up.
Avon recommends massaging onto dry skin, then rinsing away with warm water or a clean, damp cloth.
Also included is the Dual Collagen Eye Cream (£13), which works to relieve dryness and tightness.
It also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet, and calm the undereye area, leaving it looking less puffy and feeling less sensitive.
Finally, the Dual Collagen Face Cream (£18) has been designed to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin feeling calmed and soothed.
The entire line can be purchased on avon.uk.com.
Comprising an edt, edp, Bath and Shower Gel and Body Lotion, Molton Brown’s new Rose Dunes Collection is out now.
The range was created by Senior Perfumer, Philippe Paparella-Paris who was inspired by his upbringing with his grandmother and years living in Dubai.
The Eau de Toilette (£85) features pepper and geranium, which lend a natural freshness to the floral bouquet.
The Eau de Parfum (£120) offers a woodier, leathery scent with additional patchouli for more depth and darkness.
The Bath and Shower Gel (£27) and Body Lotion (£31) also feature the same woody, ambery and floral notes.
The patchouli is sustainably sourced from Sulawesi, Indonesia, for its intensity and high quality and the rose oil is harvested in the region known as ‘The Rose Valley’ in Bulgaria.
Customers can purchase the collection at moltonbrown.co.uk.
Wellness brand Aman’s trio of skin scrubs which have been blended with three different precious minerals.
Nourishing Jade Scrub and Soak uses cooling jade crystals to hydrate, tones and rejuvenates, while Himalayan salts infuse the body with trace elements and minerals, leaving skin vibrant.
The Grounding Amethyst Scrub and Soak works to ease physical and emotional tension, relieve the effects of fatigue and stress on the skin and stimulate circulation.
Maca powder is also featured to help promote enhanced energy levels, focus and drive.
Finally, the brand’s Purifying Quartz Scrub and Soak has been blended with regenerative Kombu extract which works to improve the metabolic function of skin cells.
Each product retails for £100 and can be purchased on aman.com.
La Bouche Rouge has launched its new Blush Stick, available in five shades.
The stick has been designed to work with all complexions, and is silicone-free, cruelty free and vegan.
The brand has also released a Highlighter, available in four shades.
It is formulated with cruelty-free ingredients and offers buildable colour that gives cheeks a glow or embellish your eyelids.
Both blush stick and highlighter are fit to be used with the La Bouche Rouge leather case.
The duo of products is available on laboucherougeparis.com for €40 each.
Tom Ford’s new Noir Extreme Parfum is an intensified iteration of the brand’s original Noir Extreme scent.
It features a heightened concentration of spicy cardamom, along with shimoga ginger, tonka bean and guaiacwood.
The luxe perfume is available in 50ml and 100ml editions, retailing for £120 and £165 respectively.
The EDP is available nationwide on tomford.co.uk.
Doctor A Cosmetics Doctor is a newly launched skin care brand, with its debut range being paraben, sulphate, silicone, palm oil, microbead and alcohol-free.
The Doctor A 24K Gold Royalty Treatment (£19.99) has been made with a blend of argan, coconut, castor, rosehip, grapeseed and bergamot oils as well as real 24 carat gold leaf.
Its Vitamin C Brightening Moisturiser (£28) uses vitamin C, salicylic Acid, squalene, vitamin A, vitamin E, glycerin and plant extracts.
Hyaluronic acid, squalane, mango butter, grapeseed face oil, red raspberry face oil make up the active ingredients in the brand’s Intensely Exotic Night Repair Moisturiser (£28).
Customers can find the range at doctoracosmetics.com.
Jo Loves has expanded its Fig Trees Lifestyle Collection, which has formulated with ripe figs, alongside sweet cassis and amber.
It is available in a Home Candle, Diffuser, Lifestyle Fragrance, Hand Wash and Hand Lotion.
The brand said the collection was inspired by Jo Malone’s holiday to Italy, and has expanded due to consumer love for the iconic Fig Tree scent.
The full range can be purchased at joloves.com with prices starting from £38.
Phlur’s signature fragrance will launch into the UK exclusively with Selfridges online and in store at its three main locations on 12 September.
Missing Person has been created by entrepreneur and influencer Chriselle Lim, which she said evokes an intimate memory from her past.
Top notes utilise skin musk, bergamot nectar and sheer jasmine, while the heart notes feature a blend of fresh cyclamen, neroli blossom and orange flower.
Sandalwood, australia oil, blonde wood and white musk make up the base notes.
A full-size bottle (50ml) costs £96.