3 beauty labels to follow

Three beauty brands under the spotlight: Lixirskin, Grown Alchemist and Saturday Skin…

By Ellie Michel Published on 23 October 2017 Related colors NellyRodi


Lixirskin features a range of universal essentials for the skin’s daily needs and targeted night treatments. An advanced yet simplified approach to take good care of the skin. This brand believes in advanced and multitasking universal formulas as much for young as more mature skins. There is no natural against synthesis fight but rather against bad ingredients considered as inefficient if not harmful.

Behind this new brand is Colette Haydon – doctor in dermo-pharmacy – who formulated a few of the leading care products among the most coveted beauty brands. Considered a creative expert in the industry, she focuses on pure molecules with published clinical results.

Photo © Lixirskin


Grown Alchemist offers a new generation of organic treatment formulas using natural technology which revolutionized the traditional approach to anti-aging, body and hair care. The brand’s strength is a team of cosmetic chemists based in London, Paris and Australia ruthlessly researching perfect formulas demonstrating a sufficiently powerful efficacy to push beauty forward by ameliorating skin texture and appearance.

Grown Alchemist is particularly sensitive to nature, it protects and respects it through its formulas and manufacturing process. The first-rate packaging is meticulously selected to protected formulations as well as the environment. The brand is also cruelty-free…

Photo © Grown Alchemist



Saturday Skin is a new brand to watch closely. The plus is its Cha-7 es Complex ™, an exclusive formula which favors the natural regenerating process of the skin. Rooted in science and derived from natural ingredients, the complex increases collagen and skin elasticity while reducing melanin production for an impeccable and zero stress complexion.

With no added color or perfume and only what is needed to revitalize all skin types, the complete collection helps pause skin’s aging and embrace a “nude” beauty. Highlight also on the “Millennials” communication of the brand on social media especially on Instagram

Photo © Satuday Skin
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