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Welcome to THR Deals, a regular roundup of The Hollywood Reporter editors’ favorite sales to shop online spanning across fashion, beauty, tech, home electronics, fitness gear, decor and more. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission.

This weekend’s a good one to stock up on Apple AirPods and iPads, fall denim and autumn skincare essentials. Following the announcement of the new iPhone 13 and iPad models, the tech giant’s devices and accessories are still on sale at Amazon.

Those looking for new denim jackets, jeans and other fall staples will surely find a good fit at Madewell, which is offering 20% off through Monday. And if your beauty or grooming routine could use a makeover for the season ahead, luxe brands and online retailers including Sephora, SkinStore, Supergoop! and Tatcha are all slashing prices on skincare, cosmetics and more at up to 50% off.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best sales to shop online this weekend, including a limited-time 50% off deal for HBO Max (time to catch up on those Emmy-nominated shows) — see what else is worth buying at a discount this weekend.

Apple AirPods Pro In addition to select iPads and MacBooks, Apple AirPods are still on sale at Amazon, and the AirPods Pro are back down to $180 (reg. $249)

Apple AirPods Pro (reg. $249)

$180


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HBO Max Sign up for the ad-free plan by Sept. 26 and get 50% off your first six months ($7.50 per month, then $10 monthly)

HBO Max Monthly Streaming Subscription (reg. $10/mo.)

$7.50/mo.


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Madewell Ending Sept. 20, Madewell Insiders get 20% off sitewide, including on denim, footwear and accessories for women and men; sign up for the clothing brand’s free loyalty program here

Madewell The perfect vintage jean

Madewell The Perfect Vintage Jean (reg. $135)

$135


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Renpho AI-Powered Indoor Cycling Bike A highly-rated competitor to Peloton’s cult-favorite exercise bike, the Renpho smart indoor cycling station is just $425 (reg. $599) when you clip the $75 off coupon on the Amazon product page. The fitness and tech gear brand’s free app is compatible with iOS, Android, Apple Health and Google Fit, and comes with access to over 70 workouts and five training modes. The stationary bicycle has a compact footprint of 3.1 feet by 1.4 feet, and it can accommodate riders of up to 265 pounds. 

Renpho AI-Powered Exercise Bike

Renpho AI-Powered Exercise Bike (reg. $600)

$425


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Sephora The beauty retailer’s summer sale promises 50% off select makeup, haircare, skincare and beauty tools, including from brands such as Beautyblender, Fenty Beauty, Hourglass, Makeup by Mario, Marc Jacobs Beauty, Urban Decay and more

Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r Hydrating Longwear Foundation

Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Hydrating Longwear Foundation (reg. $36)

$18


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SkinStore Beauty buffs will have to shop by 9 a.m. EST Sept. 18 to save 25% off site-wide on cult-favorite skincare brands (such as Cosrx, iS Clinical, Dr. Dennis Gross and more) with code LATE25

iS Clinical Youth Serum

iS Clinical Youth Serum (reg. $154)

$116


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Supergoop! Ending Sept. 21, the sun-protection skincare and body care brand is treating online shoppers to 20% off site-wide with code SUPER20

Supergoop Play SPF 50 Everyday Lotion

Supergoop! Play SPF50 Everyday Lotion (reg. $58)

$46


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Tatcha Ending Sept. 21, take 20% off everything from the Japanese-inspired beauty brand’s website with code FF2021

Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream

Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream (reg. $68)

$54


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The numbers, as they say, never lie. 

Compare beauty business stats of 20 years ago to the stats of today, and a picture of a very dynamic — and equally resilient —global industry emerges.

In 2001, the first year of Beauty Inc (then “WWD Beauty Biz,” prestige beauty sales totaled $7 billion in the U.S., per numbers from the NPD Group. In today’s terms, that’s less than a quarter of L’Oréal’s global beauty sales in 2020, the number-one beauty manufacturers then and now.

Category-by-category, makeup and skin care sales have almost tripled in the U.S, and the retail scene is also very different. Globally, the rise of China has had a transformational impact on the industry. 

 

The WWD Beauty Inc Top 100 Beauty Manufacturers, 2001:

Combined sales of the top 101* companies: $93 billion

  1. L’Oréal Group, $11.99 billion, 23 brands.
  2. Procter & Gamble, $8.8 billion, 19 brands.
  3. Unilever PLC, $6.39 billion, 22 brands.
  4. Shiseido Co. Ltd., $4.65 billion, 27 brands.
  5. The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., $4.6 billion, 16 brands.

The smallest company on the list:
#101. Escada Beaute: $46 million

Companies By Country

U.S.: 37

France: 17

Italy, Germany: 10

Japan: 9

U.K., Switzerland: 3

The WWD Beauty Inc Top 100 Beauty Manufacturers, 2020:

Combined sales of the top 100 companies: $212.59 billion

  1. L’Oréal, $31.95 billion, 35 brands.
  2. Unilever, $22.17 billion, 31 brands.
  3. The Estée Lauder Cos., $14.2 billion, 34 brands.
  4. Procter & Gamble, $14 billion, 19 brands.
  5. Shiseido Co. Ltd., $8.39 billion, 26 brands.

The smallest company on the list:

#100. Clea Cosmetics Co. Ltd.: $185 million

Companies By Country:

U.S.: 31

France: 14

Japan: 12

German, U.K., Switzerland, China: 4

*Due to a tie there were 101 companies on the list in 2001, rather than the customary 100.

U.S. Prestige Beauty Sales: 2001

All beauty: $7 billion
Makeup: $2.3 billion
Skin care: $1.8 billion
Fragrance: $2.9 billion

 

U.S. Prestige Beauty Sales: 2019*

All beauty: $18.8 billion
Makeup: $7.6 billion
Skin care: $5.9 billion
Fragrance: $4.5 billion

Source: The NPD Group

*Because of the coronavirus pandemic, 2020 numbers aren’t as reflective as the historic growth rates over the last 20 years, so 2019 figures are used for comparison.

Sephora: 2001

50 stores in 19 states

Employees: 1,163

Top brands:

  • Sephora Collection
  • Stila Cosmetics
  • Benefit
  • Lorac
  • Urban Decay

Sephora, 2021:
452 stores in 45 states (not including Sephora at Kohl’s or Sephora inside JCPenney)

Employees: 13,011

  • Sephora Collection
  • Fenty
  • Olaplex
  • Drunk Elephant
  • Charlotte Tilbury

Happy Birthday to You, Too!

Here, a list of brands launched in 2001:

Kevyn Aucoin

Essence Cosmetics

Oyin Handmade

Lamaur

ghd

Circadia

Industry Titans With Multiple Beauty Inc Covers:

Jean-Paul Agon, former chief executive officer and current chairman, L’Oréal

Bobbi Brown, entrepreneur

Fabrizio Freda, chief executive officer, The Estée Lauder Cos.

Iman, supermodel and entrepreneur

Alex Keith, CEO, P&G Beauty

Lindsay Owen-Jones, former chairman and CEO, L’Oréal

Masahiko Uotani, CEO, Shiseido

For more from WWD.com, see:

Prestige Beauty Grew 11 Percent in Q1, Per NPD Group

L’Oréal USA Receives Intersectional Equity Certification

 





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BAILEY Smith has not only helped steer the Western Bulldogs to an unlikely Toyota AFL Grand Final berth, but his September heroics have stamped him as truly one of the game’s elite players.

His four goals from 23 disposals in the preliminary final win over Port Adelaide came just seven days after he broke Brisbane hearts with three goals from 27 touches.

Through three finals this year, Smith has averaged 23 disposals and kicked eight goals.

He is currently sitting second in the Gary Ayres Medal behind teammate Jack Macrae.

For any player, with any amount of experience, these are gawdy statistics with maximum impact, but the rockstar Bulldog with the flowing mullet is still just 20 years of age, making the performances even more incredible.

Digging through finals since the turn of the century, it’s difficult to find anyone in their third year or earlier having such an impact during a finals series.

DEES v DOGS Grand Final history, last five, key players, more

Has anyone performed as well?

One man with a great case – and one Smith would hope provides a good omen – is teammate Marcus Bontempelli.

During the Bulldogs’ fairytale run to a flag in 2016, ‘Bont’ was magnificent, topping 20 disposals in each of the four finals, kicking four goals and being credited with six assists.

He had a major say on the Dogs breaking their 62-year premiership drought.

Chad Wingard burst to prominence on the big stage for Port Adelaide during its run to the preliminary final in 2014.

Also in his third season, and with a Showdown Medal to his name in 2013, Wingard took the leap with three superb finals.

He kicked two goals from 22 touches in a rout of Richmond (look away Tigers fans, this was the game Port led by seven goals at the first change after being asked to kick with a strong wind) and backed it up with four goals from 18 the following week against Richmond.

Wingard had a strong role in the heartbreaking preliminary final loss to Hawthorn, kicking a goal and gathering 14 touches, but not quite the impact of previous weeks.

Teammate Ollie Wines also deserves mention for his 2014 campaign in just his second year.

Much like Smith, Wines had not been, and is still not, known as a regular goalkicker from his midfield position, but that changed against the Tigers and Dockers when he kicked two and three – still his career high – goals respectively to go along with 24 and 26 disposals.

He chipped in with 19 against the Hawks, along with seven tackles, to complete his campaign.

Going back a little further there’s a Magpie that stood tall in just his second season as Collingwood stormed to a premiership in 2010.

Steele Sidebottom was not the biggest name on the list at that stage of his fledgling career, but it’s where he earned his stripes as a big-match performer.

Sidebottom kicked three goals in a qualifying final win over the Bulldogs, backed it up with two in the preliminary final triumph over Geelong and then added another two in the Grand Final replay against St Kilda.

All in all he averaged 20 disposals and kicked seven goals in four games.

Magpie Steele Sidebottom celebrates a goal during the 2010 Toyota AFL Grand Final replay. Picture: AFL Photos

A couple of players deserve special mention, although they were a fraction older than Smith.

Lance Franklin’s seven-goal haul against Adelaide in 2007 came in his third season, but his 10 goals from two matches perhaps doesn’t quite qualify as an entire finals series.

Jack Gunston (2013) and Nick Riewoldt (2004) were both brilliant as young forwards, but alas – for the purpose of this conversation – came in their fourth years.

Gunston kicked 11 goals in three matches as the Hawks stormed to the first premiership of their three-peat, while Riewoldt kicked 7.9 from three matches as the Saints narrowly lost in a preliminary final to Port Adelaide.

Whichever way you slice it, it’s hard to argue that anyone has done more than Smith during the finals at such an early stage of their career.



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2021 is the year of the beauty advent calendar.

There have been incredible releases already- and Boohoo have pulled it out of the bag!

Our unboxing will be packed with spoilers so if you don’t want to know what they have in store for shoppers this year- look away now!

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Worth over £140 for just £60- their latest Boohoo Advent Calendar for 2021, we imagine, is going to be HUGE!

One of the main products we were so excited about seeing is the bestselling Bondi Sands Aero Liquid Gold which is a full size.

Last year the fashion and beauty store launched a calendar which was packed with some top brands but we definitely think that this years is an upgrade.

With a mix of make up, skincare and hair accessories- I’m going to enjoy trying out some products which I may not necessarily had bought if it weren’t for getting them all in one package.



Boohoo

Products include:

1 x Garnier Ambre Solaire No Streaks Face Wipes

1 x Boohoo Satin Gold Eye Mask

1 x Dirty Works Anti Bacterial Hand Gel

1 x Zoe Ayla 2 Pack Facial Exfoliating Pads

1 x Barry M Gelly Nail Varnish

1 x So..? Mykonos Nights Body Spray

1 x I Heart Revolution Lipgloss

1 x Sleek 12 Pan Eyeshadow Palette

1 x Boohoo Red Beauty Sponge

1 x Le Mini Macaron Mini Gel Removal Kit

1 x Diamond Whites Black Edition Charcoal Powder

1 x Barry M That’s Swell Lip Plumper

1 x Beauty Works Argan Oil Sachet

1 x Dirty Works Cube Tropicana

1 x I Heart Revolution Chocolate Dipped Mascara

1 x I Heart Revolution Matte Liquid Lipstick

1 x Nails.Inc Biodegradable Glitter Nail Varnish

1 x Zoe Ayla 5 Pack Hair Clips

1 x Brushworks 2 Pack Tweezers

1 x Danielle Exclusive Face Mask

1 x Eylure Eyelashes

1 x Nails.Inc Thirsty Feet Foot Mask

1 x Sunkissed Tanning Mitt

1 x Bondi Sands Aero Liquid Gold

Stacey Dutton is The Review Club’s expert Review’s Editor.

The Reviews Club brings together the UK’s biggest experts to review products and services in an honest and in-depth manner.

She specialises in fashion, beauty, shopping and travel.

You can find her over on Twitter and Instagram, where she is reviewing the next best thing in the beauty and fashion world or sharing The Reviews Club best bits.

Massive brands included are I Heart Revolution, Garnier, Nail Inc and Barry M.

Keep an eye on the Boohoo pages here for their big reveal- you will be able to get your hands on it this evening at 7pm!





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Essex is full of beautiful villages and towns, many of which could be the setting of a fairytale.

But one area in Essex has been singled out for its “outstanding natural beauty”, and rated one of the best places to live in the UK.

The Times and the Sunday Times have compiled a list of the best places in the UK to live in, and Essex’s very own Dedham Vale is one of them.

Read more: What’s on in Essex

Right on the border of Essex and Suffolk, Dedham Vale is an ‘Area of Natural Beauty’ (AONB), which is an area which has been designated as an important landscape, and is cared for by a dedicated team of people.

Inside Dedham Vale are several villages, including Dedham, which art historian Nikolaus Pevsner called “easily the most attractive small town in Essex.”

Dedham is situated along the River Stour, giving the town a riverside charm, as well as bringing wildlife and nature into the community.

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The Times says that “living here means embracing nature”, making it the perfect spot for birdwatching, and many residents grow their own fruit and veg in their gardens or allotments.

Dedham Vale is full of idyllic countryside walks, cycle routes and opportunities for watersports, including boating up and down the river.

Dedham itself, formerly a rich wool and market town, is now a beautiful village in Dedham Vale with a late 15th century church, and several Grade I listed buildings.

The Old Grammar School was founded by Elizabeth I, while Southfields, a Grade I listed building, is considered the most splendid of the many medieval buildings in the village.

In the village is a strong community, with tennis, football and cricket clubs, a primary school rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, and lots of independent shops.



The Sun Inn

The Times mentions The Sun Inn as a great place to go for a Sunday roast (three courses for £27.50), and shouts out fine-dining restaurants Milsoms and Le Talbooth, and the Old Bakery Cafe for atmosphere and community vibes.

The closest train station to the village is Manningtree, and from there it’s around 2 hours to London.

Many of the residents in Dedham and the surrounding villages are commuters to and from London and Ipswich, but for those working from home, broadband is good, with superfast coverage and some full fibre towards the north east.

And there are plenty of great schools nearby, as well as being able to attend Colchester’s selective grammars.

As the Times says, “if you like a perfect combination of nature and nurture” then Dedham Vale is definitely not to be overlooked.

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A UN report has starkly warned that if the rate of climate change is not slowed down, the population will be faced with unfathomable and relentless natural disasters. So, how will beauty be affected if we do not heed the warnings?

78 wildfires have burned more than 1.9 million acres in ten US states so far in 2021

‘Code red’ is the other ‘new normal’ humanity has to worry about.

The stark warning, published by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), told the world in a chilling report that if the rate of global warming is not slowed down society will be head-over-heels, up a proverbial creek without a paddle.

While not in those exact words, the landmark study is the first of its kind . . .

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afro woman portrait on the streets

I love experimenting with nail polish. Some days I’ll do multiple colors on one hand and squiggly dotted nail art on the other. Other days I’ll paint one hand solid white and accessorize with funky nail stickers. I get great joy in the creativity and often text a photo to my mom and sisters, boasting about the finished product. Usually they love it. But every now and then, when my olive-toned skin features red nails, my South African mom will reply, “Don’t you think that’s a bit devilish?”

My mom’s question line of thinking isn’t uncommon. Unfortunately, in the Black community, there is great sensitivity around the color red, which traditionally was used to describe promiscuity, rebellion, devilish, and aggressiveness when worn on darker skin tones. (A stark contrast to the belief in other cultures, particularly in Asia, in which the color red represents power and good fortune.) “Black women are told what colors we can wear based on our skin tone,” said Na’Tasha Simmons, founder of XXVZ, a vegan nail lacquer line. “While for others, every color is their color.”

It’s not just nails, of course; the same mentality is applied to red lips on darker skin tones as well. The reason roots as far back as the late 1930s.

“During WWII, it was considered patriotic to wear red lips or nails because Hitler hated the color red and thought it unbecoming on women, so it was considered the ultimate rebellion,” said Rachel Weingarten, beauty historian, professor, and author of Hello Gorgeous! Beauty Products in America ’40s-’60s. Unfortunately, Black women (who were very much othered) weren’t included in this conversation – leaving red lipstick and white feminism in a relationship on their own.

Growing up I would see white actresses on shows like Boy Meets World and Dawson’s Creek wear red lipstick, while Black women on Living Single and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, would wear nude, burgundy, and brown. I believe this was the case because bright lipstick has a way of accentuating a dominant African American feature, big lips – which is often condemned in society – whereas darker and softer tones make them appear more subtle.

Image Source: Everett Collection

Don’t get me wrong, there are many beauty brands – including XXVZ, UOMA Beauty, Pat McGrath, and more – catering to Black women and working to reclaim the color red. XXVZ even dedicated its 2021 launch colors to the hue with an all-red collection called Rouge. While I’m happy to see more and more beauty lines catering to women of color, unfortunately old stereotypes like Black women shouldn’t wear red still hold true for some.

The fact is, Black women are disproportionately judged on appearance and can be perceived in a variety of incorrect ways to the unknowing eye. You can chalk it up to the double standards and hyper-sexualization Black women face daily. When a white woman wears red lipstick, she is perceived as classic, polished, and elegant. Time and time again, we see politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez celebrated for her bold red lip, but oftentimes when the same is done by a Black woman, she is seen as loud or overtly sexual.

For some, playing it safe (like not wearing red) is a survival tactic to not draw attention for speculation and scrutiny. “I’ve seen women almost flinch when asked if they would wear red,” said Weingarten when reflecting on her former celebrity makeup artist days. “Much in the same way that many women of size shrink away from bolder hues, women of color sometimes avoid red. But by reclaiming a color, we are also reclaiming our own power.”

My hope is that more and more beauty brands will continue to come out with red products formulated for darker skin tones, in celebration of darker skin tones. “By normalizing the different palettes and showing the way beauty is not defined by one type of features or set of coloring, you show versus tell what is acceptable – and also, in fact, beautiful,” said Weingarten.



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BY NYADZOMBE NYAMPENZA

VISUAL artist Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude has opened a solo exhibition of his new works titled Gray Spaces (Munhu Chaiye) at First Floor Gallery in Harare.

The artworks blend pain and beauty in one frame to inspire both sombre reflection and festive abandon.

The new body of work has superficial similarities to Nyaudes’ previous work. The camouflage motif is there, but is overcome by brighter colours. Actors from his past works seem to have survived their afflictions and come back.

They are the boisterous characters with gaping mouths, pictured abusing themselves and violating each other in different settings.

In one painting, a character standing atop a giddy stool body slams the other in a dangerous “do not try this at home” move.

In another painting, a woman squatting on a chair chokes a skeletal head while around her, only the feet of those who may have challenged her position remain visible.

One figure is portrayed falling through the air to an uncertain end, but holds on to two bottles and flashes a defiant intoxicated grin on their ghostly face.

The liquor bottle is a recurring symbol in this body of work. It is a reminder that Zimbabweans drink to party and celebrate success, and also to mourn and drown their sorrows.

The second painting titled Munhu Chaiye is a tongue in cheek declaration of moral superiority. It is derived from Ubuntu philosophy, which ascribes human value according to character, and behaviour deemed to be humane. The title may elicit sceptical reactions such as Munhu chaiye ndiani? in response to such a bold claim for moral high ground.

The late music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi made a contribution on this topic by expressing a belief that anyone born of a woman deserves respect, “Asina kubarwa ndiani?’ Nyaude seems to take the same non-judgmental position on the colourful characters that populate his canvases.

There is beauty mixed with pain in Nyaude’s latest work.

The representation of black pain as being artistically pleasing can be a demand from the external market.

Gallerists may influence an artist to take such a direction when it drives sales. In spite of Zimbabwe’s perennial economic challenges, the publics’ daily conversations are not permanently anchored on the country’s collective misfortunes.

Most days humour and satire serve as coping mechanisms, but there are also moments of oblivion and pure joy.

Nyaude takes the viewer to that space where joy, pain, beauty and ugliness intersect. Through drawing, spray painting, and paintbrushing on canvas, he brings the audience to confront their pain while simultaneously acknowledging their joy.

Fervent discussions and glamorous photos taken in front of the artworks on the opening day may be the first testament to the exhibition’s success and Nyaude’s accomplishment.

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Miss Cayman Islands Universe contestants (from social media)

(CNS): The Miss Cayman Islands Universe Committee has said the COVID-19 outbreak has forced them to reduce crowd numbers for the pageant on Saturday night but fans can get a refund on tickets. The beauty contest will be live-streamed on social media as the event will only provide for an indoor seated audience at the Westin hotel of just 100 people, who will be asked to wear masks. 200 people will be allowed to be seated outside on the lawns, where the pageant will be broadcast live on large screens.

“We are saddened by this situation, however, it is important that we each do our part to stop community spread of this virus,” said Committee Chairperson Derri Dacres-Lee. “We do have a sold out event but we’ve had to change our protocols to adhere to the government’s new crowd limits. The committee takes this very seriously and we will ensure all standards and protocols are enforced.”

Those who will be indoors have already been contacted by members of the committee or the contestants, but those wanting to view the event from the Westin lawn should contact the committee to arrange a seat. The nine contestants will be making appearances outside, organisers said.

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our nine intelligent contestants for their dedication and commitment leading up to the pageant, and to Mariah Tibbetts, our reigning queen, on a job well done over the past year,” added Dacres-Lee.

Anyone with a ticket who would like to attend the viewing outside should email misscaymaninfo@gmail.com

The pageant starts at 7:00pm,with cocktails at 5:30pm. The event will be streamed on CIGTV, the Miss Cayman Islands Universe Instagram page and other social media channels.

To see more about the contestants visit the Miss Cayman Islands Universe website

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The first patent covers ECOCERT®-approved compositions capable of restoring and strengthening the skin barrier by managing skin aggravating reactive oxidative species (ROS) associated with sunlight, pollution, and the natural aging process.  The innovative AntüComplex combines three Patagonian plants (matico, maqui, and murtilla) traditionally used to treat inflammatory conditions with a humectant in a way that synergistically enhances their ability to both neutralize ROS and strengthen the skin barrier.  This technology, which can be supplemented with other South American actives known for immuno-stimulant and analgesic properties, has been clinically proven to restore skin barrier health and alleviate skin aggravation (often called “inflammaging”).

The second patent covers ECOCERT®-approved compositions capable of proactively protecting skin against exposome-induced inflammaging. The AntüComplex-containing compositions have been scientifically shown to form a protective film on the skin’s surface capable of inhibiting ROS associated with daily exposure to sunlight and pollution (“exposome”) from contacting the skin and neutralizing them before they have an opportunity to induce premature aging caused by accumulated daily environmental stress.

Antü products are certified MyMicrobiome, Vegan, Leaping Bunny, EWG Certified and ECOCERT COSMOS natural.

About Codex Beauty

Codex Beauty Labs is a data-driven, plant-powered skincare brand, focused on providing functional, clinically proven products that leverage its biotech-fermented, food-grade PreservX® preservation system for microbiome support, and airless sugarcane packaging for sustainability.  Visit www.codexbeauty.com to learn more about our Bia ultra-hydration and Antü anti-inflammaging collections.

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