This week some lavish beauty made the Big Apple shine in delight. 111SKIN, the world’s most luxurious skincare, celebrated its launch at Bergdorf Goodman.
For these past three days the island was able to embrace an epic feeling of glamour with the brand developed by renowned European and American board-certified Harley St. cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Yannis Alexandride.
Skincare events featured superb master-classes with industry insiders including hairstylist, Christian Wood; make-up artists Deanna Hagan and Carolina Gonzalez; and beauty influencer Waffaa Debs, The ‘Beauty Gypsy.’
To start the party influencers and celebs gathered for Afternoon Tea at the legendary department store with Christian Wood.
Guests overlooked Central Park and the grand arches of Fifth Avenue as they tested the brand. Skin health and routines for the achieving the most glamorous skin were discussed over champagne toasts.
New York based hairstylist Christian Wood certainly is no stranger to looking good and making others feel fabulous. With celebrity clientele such as Jessica Chastain, Emily Ratajkowski and Rooney Mara he knows how to bring out the best in one’s identity with the style he creates. His own personal testimony and advice for use of 111SKIN illuminated the room.
Bergdorf Goodman will retail 111SKIN’s six collections; Intensive, Reparative, Regenerative, Prescriptive, Treatment and Clarity all which promise clinical results for skin concerns including acne, dehydrated skin, hyperpigmentation, lack of firmness, fine lines, advanced ageing, and pollution.
Each collection is comprised of a comprehensive regime including cleansers, toners, serums, moisturizers, and boosters, and is fortified by further products such as masks, eye & lip treatments and supplements.
111SKIN is the culmination of twenty years of surgical knowledge, high-tech ingredients, and cutting-edge innovation; founded by globally renowned Harley Street cosmetic surgeon Dr. Yannis Alexandrides, the original formula was developed to help his patients’ skin heal after trauma and given complimentary after treatments for more effective results and improved healing time.
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