Here’s some good news to end the week: Soon, you can get one step closer to looking like Halle Berry—at least in terms of her glowing skin. The 50-year-old actress swears by Los Angeles-based Kinara Spa for its renowned Red Carpet Facial, which promises a “glowing complexion on demand.” During a recent session with celeb aesthetician Olga Lorencin, Halle mentioned she’d love an on-the-go version of the signature treatment. When Halle Berry speaks, people listen: Enter the Red Carpet Facial—in a (take home) box.
A professional grade, celeb-tested treatment we can use while watching The Bachelor? We’re jumping for joy. We’re not the only ones who can’t wait to get our hands on the famous facial. Viola Davis has already expressed excitement over the launch, and celebs, including Eva Mendez and Sophia Vergara, are longtime fans of Lorencin’s game-changing treatments.
So what makes the Red Carpet Facial an A-lister go-to? It’s a three-step process comprised of a peel, a neutralizer, and a mask—in that order. The whole process takes about 20 minutes if you follow the directions (which you should, because, peels.) The exfoliating peel derives its effectiveness from lactic and malic acid, which gently promote cell turnover for brighter skin. Follow up with the neutralizing serum, which soothes the skin with ingredients like aloe and glycerin. Finally, the mask seals the deal with “deeply hydrating, anti-aging ingredients formulated to improve the health, texture and functionality of the skin,” according to Lorencin’s site. With regular use, the facial is designed to target and reduce a range of issues from wrinkles to breakouts—so basically you can’t go wrong. The treatment is technically gentle enough for daily use, but it’s recommended as a monthly regimen for best results (i.e. the Halle Berry route.)
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The Red Carpet Facial in a box will cost you $105, which, TBH, is a steal compared to $180 for a single in-house treatment at Kinara. What’s more, the at-home box contains the exact same ingredients as the OG in-house version, so you can rest assured you’ll receive the real-deal celeb treatment. The RCF Box hasn’t officially launched yet, but if you’re like us and need it STAT, you can pre-order it here for February delivery.
Now, check out this two-step ingredient facial that will totally invigorate your skin: