What’s In Store: Energy Bulletin

These revitalizing skin care and beauty tools, harness the power of energy for breakthrough technologies.

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Beauty Inc issue 10/08/2010

These revitalizing skin care and beauty tools, harness the power of energy for breakthrough technologies.

This story first appeared in the October 8, 2010 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.


Dermadoctor Photodynamic Therapy Sunlight-Activated Laser Lotion with SPF 30
Featuring patent-pending solar-powered technology, this collagen-building treatment captures UV light, transforming it into an antiaging red light said to reduce fine lines and restore elasticity. Extracts of noni fruit work to absorb and emit energy, while mushroom and cucumber are included for their antioxidant benefits. ($85; Sephora)


Origins Vitazing SPF 15 Energy-Boosting Moisturizer with Mangosteen
This multipurpose moisturizer is packed with stimulating ingredients like grapefruit, field mint and skin-renewing chestnut-seed extract. Mangosteen and a mushroom-ginseng blend provide anti-irritant benefits and fight signs of fatigue. ($35; Origins counters)

Lancôme Teint Miracle Natural Light Creator Bare Skin Perfection SPF 15
Lauded as Lancôme’s most tech-savvy formula to date, this mimics the skin’s inner light with pink and blue bioptic pigments and a “liquid light” essence that provides diffusion and transparency. ($37; Lancôme counters)

Face Stockholm Essential “C” Energizing Serum Dry & Combination Skin
Containing 12 percent antioxidant-rich ascorbic acid paired with free-radical-fighting algae extract, orange oil and aloe vera, this serum reduces skin damage by stimulating cellular repair. ($75; facestockholm.com)


Kate Somerville Cytocell Dermal Energizing Treatment
A new synthetic polypeptide called P-199 is included to rebuild healthy skin tissue, refresh overall skin tone and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and imperfections. ($150; Nordstrom)


Go Smile Go Whiter Smile Whitening Light
Promising whiter teeth in 30 minutes, this uses light wavelengths to activate the stain-removing formula in each Go Smile Smile Whitening Ampoule. Promising dentistlike results, the tool can be used up to once a week. ($169; QVC)