The newest release by Herbivore Botanicals has all the buzzwords needed to attract the millennial shopper: Prism Exfoliating Glow Potion.
For one, it belongs to the acid family, with variants like lactic, glycolic, and salicylic. Acids might sound daunting at first—like a chemistry disaster just waiting to happen—but they can do so much in exfoliating your skin.
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“This is gentle for all skin types to enjoy and use.”
Prism sits firmly in the acid category, with all natural fruit acids (its ingredient lists an oh-so-sweet combination of sugar cane glycolic, Kakadu plum, orange peel citric acid, and apple malic acid pair) to help gently rejuvenate tired skin.
It really works like a magical potion. Beyond just *gently* removing dead skin cells, Prism is also hydrating. You’ll get to exfoliate while moisturising your skin with just one product. Soothing, hydrating ingredients like rose and aloe water will leave the skin soft and glowing. Which is especially great for those with sensitive skin.
“We didn’t want to make a harsh acid treatment,” said Herbivore’s co-founder Alex Kummerow to Allure.
Part essence, part serum, this hardworking water-based product feels lightweight in texture, and pats right into the skin to reveal smooth, radiant skin. Prism is best used before applying your moisturiser to prime your face for the hydration boost it definitely needs.
Its minimalist packaging makes it highly accessible to everyone, too. Prism will share the brand’s easy, clean packaging. It can fit easily on all vanity tables, sliding right into your daily skincare routine, all while maintaining its status as the perfect Instagram prop.
Look good, and feel good
Released in conjunction with Pride month, for every bottle of this pretty cocktail sold, $1 will go towards the Trans Women of Colour Collective.
The Prism Exfoliating Glow Potion is available now at USD $62 at the US Sephora site, or you can simply make a request to get an Airfrov traveller to bring one back for you to save on time and shipping cost!
(All images from Herbivore)