You may have stocks of your can't-live-without beauty buys and have your every day beauty regime down to a fine art, but there is nothing like the thrill of finding a brand new product. This season, a whole host of new beauty brands are hitting the UK from all over the world. From the latest perfume houses to even more effective skincare products, we have the lowdown and the all important launch dates, so you can make sure you get them before they go. Click below to read more and see ELLE's pick of the season's, hottest new buys...More
Cadjmere 18, £63.50 by Parfumerie Generale at Les Senteurs
Founded by Creative Perfumer Pierre Guillaume in 2002, French brand Parfumerie Generale (the name echoes his initials) fuses the world of perfumery with science. Pierre began his career in Fine Chemistry working as a scientist at the Laboratoire de Formulation Industrialle founded by his father, where he worked on speciality products for the beauty industry. His fascination for botanicals and fragrance and his background in science led him to creating the brand which takes perfumery to another level, experimenting with light, temperature and ultrasound to mention just a few and their effects on fragrance.
Istr, £98 by Found at Zuneta Found is a unisex skincare brand that specialises in natural anti-ageing products. Founder, Eric Cosson, is a self-confessed science addict who takes inspiration for his hi-tech skincare from travelling the world. Found currently has two products in the line - Istr and Sarpa. Istr is a daily moisturiser that uses oyster extract, known as a miracle food, to nourish, restructure and combat ageing. Sarpa recreates the structure of snake venom to work as a powerful plumping night serum for fresher, firmer skin. Eric Cosson plans to develop his line further so watch this space for more innovative and unusual skincare ingredients.