Uncommon Beauty, the new beauty brand launched by Kristin Cavallari, is introducing itself with products like the Pineapple Peptide Nectar for brightening and hydration. In terms of consistency, the product is said to be more viscous than a serum and it's beneficial for delivering protection from environmental aggressors, al the while helping to even out the skin tone.
The product is packed with antioxidant properties from the Australian Kakadu plum, plus other brightening botanicals and peptides that help to fight visible signs of aging. The clean, cruelty-free product is vegan and made without parabens, gluten, petroleum and phthalates.
Alongside the Pineapple Peptide Nectar, there's an exfoliating powder cleanser, a lightweight moisturizer, an eye cream and a lip balm that form the core products for Uncommon Beauty.
Uncommon Beauty's Pineapple Peptide Nectar is More Viscous Than Serum
1. Brightening Skincare - There is an opportunity for brands to explore new ingredients and formulations for brightening skincare products.
2. Clean Beauty - There is a growing demand for clean, cruelty-free and vegan skincare products.
3. Alternative Consistency - There is an opportunity for brands to experiment with alternative consistencies for skincare products, such as more viscous nectars or powder cleansers.
1. Beauty - Beauty companies can explore clean and vegan formulations for their skincare products, as well as experimenting with alternative consistencies.
2. Sustainability - The demand for clean, cruelty-free and paraben-free skincare products presents an opportunity for sustainable and eco-friendly packaging innovations.
3. Technology - There is an opportunity for technology companies to develop innovative skincare products or ingredients for brightening and fighting visible signs of aging.