Rihanna Unveils Gender-Neutral Skincare Line With 3 Hero Products

photo via @fentyskin

As if being a superstar and founder of a fan-favorite makeup brand wasn't enough, Rihanna just announced her latest venture that she's spent the last two years perfecting: A line of gender-neutral skincare products. Similar to her inclusive makeup range, Fenty Skin offers a line of easy-to-use products that work for all skin types.

With ease of use top of mind, the singer chose to launch the line with a trio of multipurpose basics: a makeup-removing cleanser, a pore-refining serum and a moisturizer with SPF—three products everyone needs in their daily skincare routine. 

TOTAL CLEANS'R REMOVE-IT-ALL CLEANSER
This 2-in-1 makeup remover-cleanser gives you the delicious deep clean you deserve: Its creamy lather removes dirt, oil, and long-wear makeup without stripping or drying.

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FAT WATER PORE-REFINING TONER SERUM
A 2-in-1 toner-serum combo that targets pores, improves the look of dark spots, brightens, smooths, and fights shine—all without stripping skin. 

HYDRA VIZOR INVISIBLE MOISTURIZER BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 30 SUNSCREEN
This 2-in-1 sunscreen and moisturizer is lightweight, oil free, and truly invisible on all skin tones. It claps back at dehydration, discoloration, dark spots. Makeup-friendly, too: No pilling and zero flashback. Refillable.

In addition to being user-friendly, the products are gluten-free, vegan and free of harsh ingredients. For more, visit fentyskin.com

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