Innisfree revamps the Orchid collection
Innisfree is adding several new innovations to its Orchid skin care line.
The brand announced that the collection, which contains Orchidelixir 2.0 — an improved take on its signature technology — also features Orchid Flavonoids and environmentally friendly extraction methods and upgrades.
New additions and innovations to the collection include:
- The Youth-Enriched Fluid with Orchid, which will launch Jan. 1 and retail for $24, is designed to be used in place of a toner, serum and emulsion. It features a watery texture that plumps complexion via hydration, and balances skin’s oil and moisture levels;
- The Youth-Enriched Cream with Orchid, which is one of the brand’s best sellers, contains caffeine to wake up the eyes and Orchidelixir extracted from every part of the Jeju orchid. The serum-like cream helps strengthen, firm, nourish and brighten the look of normal or combination skin, and also addresses pores, firmness, elasticity, tone and moisture. It will launch Jan. 1 and retail for $29;
- The Youth-Enriched Gel Cream with Orchid, which features a lightweight moisturizer that hydrates and nourishes skin, as well as improves firmness, tone and brightness over time. It also contains Orchidelixir as the main ingredient and addresses skin soothing. It will launch Jan.1 at the retail price of $29; and
- The Youth-Enriched Rich Cream with Orchid, which moisturizes and hydrates skin, improves the look of firmness, and tones and brightness over time due to Orchidelixir. The cream also features naturally derived lecithin to improve skin’s natural moisture barrier and address nourishment, firmness, elasticity, and tone. It will launch Jan. 1 and retail for $31.
Innisfree’s other Orchid skin care staples, such as the Youth-Enriched Sleeping Mask with Orchid, Youth-Enriched Serum with Orchid, Youth-Enriched Toner with Orchid, and Youth-Enriched Emulsion with Orchid also will continue to be part of the collection.
Further information on the collection can be found on Innisfree’s website.
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