The Face Mask That Cher Helped Develop Is Here
By Liz Ritter, Executive Editor |
If you love Cher (and who doesn’t?) you have to listen to this stuff-of-legends tale about the new beauty product conceived in her kitchen.
As reported on by the Observer, Dr. Barbara Sturm’s new luxe line has a pretty impressive lineup that definitely lives up to the brand's coveted $1,400 personalized face cream that you actually get your blood drawn for (it's only available at her clinics in Germany right now): Lots of supercharged serums; the powerful herb of Purslane, which is said to work as a “youth enzyme,” as the cornerstone ingredient; and a face mask that has origins in Cher’s kitchen.
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According to the report, the doctor and singer/actress duo would “mix fresh aloe vera masks in her [Cher’s] kitchen, but those masks needed to be mixed fresh and couldn’t be sold on a shelf. So, the doctor worked with her clinic to mimic those same results with aloe vera, but also chamomile, China clay, sweet almond oil, and, Purslane.”
“So I’m sitting in Cher’s kitchen again and I get my first samples and we put it on, we’re talking [and] at one point I start peeling it off and underneath that is my baby butt!” Dr. Sturm told the Observer.
We haven’t tried the mask yet, but the promise of skin that soft and some serious star power to back it up? Add this one to the must-buy list.