Bassett wants people to become more aware of their skin. “And to see what is good for it and ingredients that are helpful — and not invasive or irritating. I like them to be pleased when they look in the mirror, to feel good about themselves and the condition of their complexion.” It was Bassett's meeting with the German doctor a few years back to treat her own breakouts and irritations that would lead to the launch of this new line. After trying Sturm's original line, the two decided to team up to create the spin off Darker Skin Tones.
According to WWD, the product will be available in a 5-item range. The five-item range includes a 150-ml. foam cleanser; a 75-gram enzyme cleanser; a 50-ml. face cream; a 50-ml. face cream rich, and a 30-ml. hyaluronic serum. It is priced from 40 pounds, or $58, for a cleanser to 230 pounds, or $335, for a hyaluronic serum. It will be sold exclusively at Harrods in-store and online in July. Stay tuned for more info.