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NUDE Advanced Cellular Renewal Moisturiser – Launches this week!

NUDE Advanced Cellular Renewal Moisturiser – Launches this week!

Nude Advanced Cellular Renewal Moisturiser, FashionBiteNUDE is due to launch its Advanced Cellular Renewal Moisturiser this week, the latest product in the Cellular Renewal Techonology range, which included a serum last year.

The moisturiser (£78) builds on NUDE’s advanced cellular renewal technology; containing Chinese Immortal Grass Complex (aptly named), which it claims to bring skin back to life with “astonishing firmness, elasticity and hydration.”

I headed to the launch last week and chatted to the lovely head of marketing who told me that this moisturiser was just the start in a long line of new products, including an eye cream (very excited!). NUDE is now owned by luxury power house LVMH (which also owns the likes of Christian Dior), so I can’t wait to see what the brand has in store over the coming months. 

The idea behind the renewal range is to work with the skin to stimulate cell repair and renewal to reveal firmer, softer skin. 


1. Advanced Pro-biotic Technology

Works with the skin to stimulate cell renewal.

2. Bioactive Peptides

Stimulates Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid and Fibronectin production – restructuring the cells to firm the skin and reduce the depth of wrinkles.

3. Complete Hyaluronic Acid System

Optimizes Hyaluronic Acid within the skin, to make the complexion more luminous and smooth fine lines.

4. Chinese Immortal Grass Complex

Chinese Immortal Grass is revered in Chinese and Japanese traditional medicine for its remarkable anti-ageing properties. The complex is meant to boost firmness, elasticity and hydration.

Alongside all these fab anti-ageing properties, the moisturiser also has a gorgeous, subtle White Jamine fragrance.

See for more details.

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Emily Seares is an award-winning magazine editor and journalist and the founding editor of FashionBite. She was featured in VOGUE's Digital Powerlist Top 100 and is a quoted style expert for most national newspapers and magazines.

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