It all started when Dr. Yanis Alexandrides, a Greek born plastic surgeon, just couldn’t find the right cream to help his patients with post surgical healing. He also couldn’t help cosmonauts from the Soviet Space program when they called seeking relief from extraterrestrial harsh conditions.
It seemed they had tried everything to the moon and back. Until they realized that space really had sent the answer.
The result of the discover was an all new product line for Alexandrides’ 111 Skin, which takes the numbers in its name from the address of his private practice in London. And it may have a hefty price tag, but it’s purportedly made from some stellar stuff.
Enter Celestial Black Diamond Cream ($1095), which contains Black Diamonds from the cosmos! These minerals, also known as Carbonado, are found deep in the earth in Brazil and Central Africa, believed to be the result of a meteorite that the earth billions of years ago.
These celestial saviours aren’t necessarily an active ingredient, but rather serve as a conduit, an absorber, which gets the skin to soak up all of the other goodness in this outerworldly new offering.
111 Skin’s Celestial Black Diamond face cream is accompanied by an eye cream and a serum, all… out of this world.
Kate Michael is a Writer, Emcee, On-Camera Host and Fashion/Commercial Model. Follow her at @kstreetkate