In the year 2009, cosmetic entrepreneur Sunday Riley took the skincare world by storm with the release of her first market product, Good Genes. Since then, she has earned international acclaim as a paragon of skincare innovation–and this holiday season, she is offering exclusive access to the next generation of miracle products.
Why all the hype, you ask? Not only are her products extremely effectual, but they are also produced in limited quantities. The brand takes pride in using only the most genuine, high-quality ingredients, and product is created in small batches only. Sunday Riley is a uniquely green brand offering serums that masterfully combine the spheres of science and beauty. Her products are packed with medically proven ingredients, as well as all-natural botanical additives. Her early access kit will showcase the fruits of her labor.
This trio of goods includes a modified version of Good Genes, never before released in the United States, and two new products never released anywhere. For the first time, American consumers can enjoy a glycolic acid-based Good Genes. A previous variant of Good Genes utilized lactic acid as its active ingredient, but due to its corrosive nature, lactic acid is regulated very strictly in the United Kingdom. An improved version of Good Genes was improvised to satisfy rigid U.K. criteria. Until now, the revised product has only been distributed overseas.
Alongside Good Genes is a retinoid serum called A+ and a turmeric face oil, C.E.O Glow. Both products feature a plenitude of organic extracts and vitamins, each of which is chemically beneficial to the health, maintenance, and beauty of our skin.
Retinol is a vitamin A derivative that, particularly in recent years, has become a quintessential ingredient among beauty gurus. Retinol stimulates the production of new skin cells, which in turn promotes youthful, radiant skin. It’s a go-to vitamin for preventing wrinkles, evening complexions, and diminishing acne scars. Sunday Riley’s A+ will boast a whopping 6.5 percent of concentrated retinol. Natural, gentler ingredients, including Hawaiian white honey and prickly pear cactus, will work alongside it to counteract possible irritation.
C.E.O Glow will build upon the successful formula of C.E.O moisturizers before it. The primary ingredient will be THD ascorbate, a restorative form of Vitamin C that repairs damage and brightens color by diminishing melanin production. Also included are youthful antioxidants to promote health and vitamin E that will protect your skin against inflammation.
Sunday Riley began taking orders for their early access kit November 19th. Purchases are made through the official website, sundayriley.com. Sold separately, these three full-sized products would cost roughly $230, while the early access kit is featuring a bundle price of $185. That’s quite a deal!
Only 1,000 early access packages are available for purchase. Beyond this release, Riley has yet to comment on the future of glycolic Good Genes inside the United States; this could very well be a one-time opportunity for North American fans. A+ and C.E.O Glow, however, are forecast to hit shelves in the new year. A+ will be making its debut in January 2019, and C.E.O Glow will be available in March.