The Middle East’s weather is known for its hot and sunny days, humidity and dust. We have to adapt our skin routine to the weather to provide dehydration and a better regeneration to keep good-looking skin. The Kurator selected relevant skin cosmetics and delicate fragrances to look good this summer.
Ateliers des Éléments
As the first Emirati skincare for men in Dubai, the products have premium quality ingredients. Matching the scrub, the ultra-moisture, and the mask as a daily routine, we can resolve skin issues such as dark circles, wrinkles, dry, oily, or sensitive skin, and more.
Sunday Riley Serums
Sunday Riley’s philosophy is the power of science combined with the balance of plants: a skincare brand certified Leaping Bunny, be cruelty-free to animals. Their formulas give instantly visible results, whose highly concentrated active ingredients guarantee positive changes in the heart of the epidermis, like the top product C.E.O 15 per cent Vitamin C serum. All the brand products are suitable for all skin types, target all kinds of skin problems as the U.F.O. serum for acne treatment and the Luna serum to reduce pores and wrinkles.
Musc Noir - Narcizo Rodriguez
An Eau de Parfum between shadow and light, mystery and extreme sensuality, Musc Noir symbolises the contrast and balance between addictive musk and sensual depth.
We start with a juicy plum followed by heliotrope, a luminous and addictive flower. Musk is the heart note, textured thanks to the velvet leather accord as a base note to give the fragrance a contemporary and sensual scent.
The fragrance is a tribute to the duality of each woman, a real chiaroscuro, where shadow and light seek each other, between mystery and extreme sensuality, forming a juice of a delicate pink enclosed in a glass bottle with graphics lines and raw elegance.
Yves Saint Laurent Supreme Bouquet
Inside this black and gold bottle is hidden the floral opulence. As a tribute to the flowers from the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech, Supreme Bouquet is reminiscent of a collection of oriental flowers. The opulent tuberose evokes a dense floral print, while the delicate Ylang-Ylang recalls a more subtle floral that Mr Yves Saint Laurent has modernised in his collections.