If you’re a lover of the Whole Foods beauty section, then you’ve probably seen the brand Juice Beauty stocked in the aisles. According to The Zoe Report, it’s time to look out for a brand new addition, as the brand just collaborated with actress and model Kate Bosworth to create their newest product: Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Overnight Serum ($72).
Formulated with 2.5-percent vegan bio-retinol, which is derived from evening primrose, the serum gently resurfaces the skin while you snooze so your complexion is looking glowy, bright, and even come morning. “The whole stem cell collection idea launched from my being a triathlete,” Juice Beauty founder Karen Behnke tells The Zoe Report. “I kept hearing about stem cellular injections for recovery and thought about how it could repair skin. Now, those were human cell injections and obviously we wanted to use plant stem cells…We already had our amazing booster, which is a vitamin C with essential fatty acids, but we always wanted to do a retinol.”
After a long process of formulating and testing, the final product is here—and Bosworth is a fan.
Speaking on her struggle with melasma in her early 20’s, the 38-year-old says she went on a mission to clear her spots and prevent aging. “I had to really start understanding products, ingredients, and how they work and why they work. Skin care is something I’ve long been super passionate about, so I can’t just align with any product,” she says. For this reason exactly, Bosworth applies this retinol nightly in order to prevent her melasma from returning.
Other clean retinols that we’ve been loving are the Ren Bio Retinol Anti-Wrinkle Concentrate Oil ($69), which features bakuchiol and rosehip seed oil to rejuvenate the skin and smooth out texture, and Evolve Organic Beauty Bio-Retinol + C Booster ($38), a deeply-hydrating oil that also houses vitamin C for brightening.
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