Kimora Lee Simmons is at it again. Ever the business woman, she's launched a new skin care line named Shinto Clinical that was developed from her own quest to maintain youthful skin as she ages. She used her family's skin regimen and traditions that combines the ancient Asian ingredients her grandmother used with bioactive technology used in Western practices.
“As a woman, I’m proud to take those traditions and combine them with clinically proven science to create an ultra-luxurious skincare line for all women,” Lee Simmons said. “I am humbled to be able to bring this hybrid of ancient and modern skincare to women of all complexions and cultures.”
The line is backed by New York dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger and claims to fight aging with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredients. The debut collection consists of eight products: an anti-aging peptide cleanser and toner, microdermabrasion cream, wrinkle eraser, pore concealer and treatment, lightening treatment, eyelash growth enhancer and anti-wrinkle and moisture boost cream. Product prices range from $32 to $68.
Shinto Clinical is available at Nordstrom stores nationwide, Rob Robinson/Fred Segal stores in Los Angeles, ShintoClinical.com and on QVC.com.
Will you be checking out the new line? What's your current skin care regimen?
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