Anti ageing cream developed by NASA scientists uses rare diamond particles from outer space


For ladies, beauty and presenting their most stylish face are of utmost importance no matter what their age. Nourished skin and fighting the signs of aging is one of the top concerns, and groundbreaking label 111 Skin presents a product, Celestial Black Diamond Night Cream that tackles just that. The trio of Hyaluronic acid, N-cystine, and Centella Asiatica in the cream works on the three layers of the skin to replenish and rebuild the cells matrix. The genius move is the innovative use of rare diamond particles believed to have formed in space. These black diamond particles are microspheres that penetrate the deeper dermal layer of the skin to restore a youthful glow, further reinforcing the saying that ‘diamonds are a girl’s best friend.’

With the Celestial Black Diamond Night, 111 Skin proves that diamonds are not just to be used as jewelry; they can make you beautiful in other ways too! This is a classic example of the advancement in technology in the sphere of skincare. You, too, can flaunt healthy and visibly younger-looking skin with this product that is priced at $900 for a 50 ml bottle.

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[Available at 111skin and Harrods]

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