Spanish skincare brand Skin Generics has partnered with EasyJet and Jet2 to launch two products from its Moisturising Range inflight.
These are the Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising Serum 28% Active Complex and Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising Cream 21% Active Complex. Skin Generics will be available onboard Easyjet from April and Jet2 from May. In travel retail, the brand is managed by On The Mark Consultancy.
Skin Generics has named Irish singer Nadine Coyle as its new Brand Ambassador. Coyle has been a fan of the brand since 2020, when she discovered it after looking for high percentage active ingredient beauty products.
Skin Generics products are inspired by Korean beauty innovations and deliver effective and affordable skincare for all ages and skin types.
Their focus is on unlocking the power of high-potency active ingredients that help battle signs of aging, boost moisture levels, brighten the complexion, and cleanse the skin.
The brand’s specialist formulas contain up to four times the amount of active ingredients compared to other leading brands. They are paraben-free, cruelty-free, and dermatologically-tested.
Skin Generics Director Mark Wood commented: “We are overjoyed with our new partnership which can only be described as a match made in heaven. With Nadine being a user and lover of the brand, we know this will be a long-term collaboration, where we will continue building our growth, distribution, and awareness.”
Skin Generics is mainly available in the UK and European domestic markets, with plans to expand into new areas in 2022 including the US, Canada, and South Africa. Skin Generics says that it continues to see double digit growth year-on-year as it continues to expand globally.
Nadine has officially announced her partnership with Skin Generics over on instagram.
She has posted 2 gorgeous photos with the following caption:
“It’s time tell all…! After discovering this amazing brand a couple of years ago, I am sooooo happy to announce I am part of the @skingenerics_official family. Thanks to these amazing products I have learned to listen to my skin so I give it exactly what it needs. How’s about you all, do you listen to you skin? ❤️#skingenerics #followyourskinmap #skincare.”
I asked Nadine what products in the range she uses at the moment and she aid she uses the Vitamin C Brightening Serum and the Aloe Vera night mask.
I’ve had a look online and Superdrug do the best offers on the brand. Shop here: https://www.superdrug.com/b/Skin%20Generics
So excited for Nadine to have a new project!
Nadine hinted on her instagram today that she may have a new project up her sleeve!
She has used the hashtag ‘Skin Generics’ and they are a “Spanish born, Korean inspired skincare brand, with up to four times the amount of active ingredients in their formulas (up to 30% compared to other leading brands)”.
We know Nadine went to Barcelona in February for work and this is what it was for. They already sell in Superdrug, prices start from £10 but lets wait for more information off Nadine before we try it!
Who’s excited to know more?
An updated government app will use barcodes to encourage families to switch to healthier food as part of heightened efforts to tackle Britain’s child obesity crisis.
The new feature, announced today as part of the Better Health campaign, will scan selected shopping items and suggest alternatives with less saturated fat, sugar or salt. Families using the NHS Food Scanner app will also be shown a “Good Choice” badge for items which could help improve their diet, the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) said.
Nadine Coyle said: “As a busy working mum, I find it hard to say no to my kid’s demands and often give in to “snack” pressure – even though I know it’s not that good for them. I had no idea some foods were so high in sugar, saturated fat and salt – so it’s great that the App gives you alternatives.
“I love using the NHS Food Scanner App and so does my daughter; she likes choosing the healthier swaps which is great – we are already making small changes through good food choices.”
Nadine and dietician Dr Linia Patel met with a family to talk about eating habits and to trial the NHS Food Scanner App for themselves, and recorded a short film to support the campaign.
The free App can be downloaded [HERE] or search ‘Food Scanner App’.