All beauty fanatic will go nuts for this new Celestial Black Diamond Cream by 111Skin. Anti-ageing cream formulated by NASA scientists using diamonds from space will supposedly penetrate deeper layers of skin to transport potent youth-restoring ingredients.
Among the 3 “magical” key ingredients are NAC Y2 formula, Collagen type I and III and Hyaluronic acid. Just the first one can’t be found in ordinary skincare products that don’t contain diamonds and already work well, but with lower price tags. So, now if you’re wondering how much will cost you an space treatment, it will be a staggering £599 ($900) for 50ml.
But no one ever said that diamonds came cheap. Especially if they come as rare diamond dust particles developed by NASA scientists and tested on astronauts in outer space. The incorporation of black diamond particles is allegedly borrowed from medical research where they are used in cancer and rheumatism drugs as a delivery mechanism.
According to 111 Skin, Celestial Black Diamond Cream contains brightening agents to give skin a glowing appearance and a healthy complexion whilst diminishing signs of age spots and pigmentation. So, if you believe in this marketing ploy, you should get the cream, which is available exclusively at none other than luxury department store Harrods.