Paris Hilton’s Unicorn-Themed Skincare Product Is So On-Brand for Her
Paris Hilton has come a long way since her Simple Life days. She’s built a massive fashion and fragrance empire, and her recent return to reality TV and music has ensured she keeps her status as a household name. Her latest gift to her fans comes in the form of an all-too-familiar trend, but it’s so on brand for her that you really can’t fault her for it.
The product is called Unicorn Mist ($30) and combines Bulgarian rose flower oil, marshmallow, grapefruit, and French rose extracts, and more for a spray that keeps your skin refreshed all day long. The bottle itself is reminiscent of a unicorn horn with its holographic pink and blue sheen.
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Hilton said in a statement, “I am so excited to be able to bring such an amazing product to the market. I have always had a passion for taking care of my skin and I only use products that actually work without harmful chemicals that are only a temporary fix. With this new company, I can stand behind my own products and promote a brand that is focused on making products that truly work and can help everyone look and feel their best.”
Unicorn Mist is just the first in a line of natural skincare products that are slated for release in early 2018. If you want to snap it up, you’d better hurry and pre-order now; there’s super high demand and a two-per-customer limit. And if you want to make sure you get every bit of Unicorn Mist news, you can join the spray’s 64,600+ followers on Instagram.
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(Photos via Unicorn Mist, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)