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Celeb favorite, Kate Somerville skincare, threw a snazzy product launch party at their L.A. Melrose Place Skin Clinic this week. (If you haven’t had a treatment here, treat yourself!) Hosted by Kate herself, who is a walking advertisement for great skin, we’re adding the 3 new magical potions to our skincare routine.

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We all know we need to wear sunscreen at all times (yes, even driving around in our car) but many don’t work with make-up, look shiny or irritate our complexion. Enter Kate’s new Prime Protection, which goes over under-makeup as a primer and becomes invisible in seconds and protects with a broad spectrum SPF+. Lightweight, non-greasy with wrinkle-reducing Peptides and Natural Extracts, it perfects the skin. ($48.)

SECRET INGREDIENT : Light Diffusing Technology helps blur imperfections, minimizes the appearance of pores and creates a flattering soft-focus effect

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A secret known to make-up artists, the Nourish Hydrating Firming Mist, which has been clinically proven to lift and firm the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines. Pro artists use it also to set make-up. It smells of lavender and orange and spritizing throughout the day nourishes your skin as well as providing an aromatic break! ($48.)

SECRET INGREDIENT: The powerful anti-wrinkle ingredient Matrixyl 3000™.

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Age Arrest ? Yes, please. The new serum from Kate Somerville is the first anti-aging collection with Telo-5™ Technology, based on  the youthful benefits of prolonging the life of skin cell telomeres. As we age, skin cell telomeres shorten which leads to wrinkles and saggy skin. Using the new research,  Age Arrest’s advanced formula, works on these telomeres basically increase skin firmness and elasticity. ($75.)

SECRET INGREDIENT: Telo-5™ Technology.

 

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Evan Hosie has worked as a Women's Lifestyle editor/writer (expert in the beauty and fashion vertical); created the Pop Culture section for Radaronline.com; never met a gadget she didn't want; and spends too much time on Social Media.

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