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Bellissima! Icy Beauty Re:set Re:synchronising Cosmetic Treatment

If Jane Jetson were a real person, I bet she'd use Icy Beauty Re:Set ($65). It's a innovative concept in beauty, so much so that it's patented. As you'll see, it's very "the future is now."

Re:Set is perfect for jet-setters and those of us who work long hours. It promises to "eliminate evidence of fatigue by re-synchronizing the skin's circadian rhythm." In other words, it aims to trick your skin into thinking you've had a good night's sleep. It uses a peptide to mimic the effect that sunlight has on skin. But the really cool part is the delivery device. To find out about it,

Re:Set comes in a single-dose applicator that's about the size of a tube of lipstick. To use it, you press a piston, pull it back until you hear a little click, and then wait a minute. While you wait, the cream is cooling in the applicator, so when you push out the cream, it's cold. (Hence the name Icy Beauty!)

The cream itself feels luxurious, and it does a great job of hydrating and refreshing skin. I wouldn't suggest this for oily skin, but dry or mature skin will soak this up. And if your skin is sensitive, you'll like the scent-free formula. It's far too expensive to use every day, but it may be worth the investment if you're taking a long flight. I'm flying from one end of the continent to the other next month, and I'm definitely packing one of these—there's no point in letting skin suffer, right?

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sandinmytoes sandinmytoes 9 years
Way too expensive for my budget. But I too keep my moisturizer in the fridge. I use Ole Henriksen's 3 little wonders (day serum, night gel, moisturizer). They come in glass jars so they stay super-cold in the fridge. So refreshing on my skin, especially in the summer!!
Beauty Beauty 9 years
It is expensive, yes — $65 for two doses. But I still think the idea of being able to have cool lotion on the go is, well, cool. :) If you keep your lotion in the fridge, report back and let us all know how it works!
coddswaddle coddswaddle 9 years
Wait... this is just chilly lotion? Heck, my grammy used to keep her Oil of Olay in the fridge for cheap. Maybe I'll take up that tip.
SanDiegoLove SanDiegoLove 9 years
Total bs. No thanks.
cleegiants cleegiants 9 years
yowza - $65 for a single dose? i've heard that keeping lotions and other beauty products in the refrigerator is good - the coolness of the product can be good for you skin; i guess this is just a hi-tech version of that.
tati33 tati33 9 years
:ROTFL: Rugelach.. Too expensive..I dont think it's worth it..
Rugelach Rugelach 9 years
I'm more inclined to think of the needless suffering of my bank account. Just sounds like another landslide of pseudo-scientific bullshit to me.
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