Sneak peek: MAC Cosmetics charcoal skincare products

Stephanie Panecasio 19 December 2017 NEWS


Did someone say charcoal? MAC Cosmetics is prepping for a skincare drop!

Charcoal is incredibly popular at the moment, especially for its natural detoxing properties, so it's no surprise that MAC Cosmetics is jumping on the charcoal train with a new range of skincare products, called the Mineralize Total Detox.

According to the @trendmood1 Instagram, we can expect to see at least three charcoal-inspired products, including a Mineralised Active charcoal mask, a Mineralised Water charcoal spray and a Reset & Revive charcoal mask. Designed to purify and decongest your skin, these masks are already ticking a lot of boxes.

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MAC has definitely had a big year, with big name collaborations including Puma and Patrick Starr (plus a lipstick collab with Sia that had us incredibly excited) and even partnering with Afterpay. It also launched in MECCA stores Australia-wide, so needless to say we've been getting a huge dose of MAC Cosmetics goodness!

The skincare products haven't officially been given a release date, so we're going to have to wait a little longer – but with a projected release date of early 2018, we're hoping it won't be too long! In the meantime if you're keen to get your hands on some MAC Cosmetics products, you can find them at MECCA, Myer, David Jones, MAC standalone stores and online at any of the store websites!

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