A skin care brand’s beauty and skincare line of products can look stunning on a woman with dark circles, dark spots and freckles.
But for some, it can make them feel like a “dead skin” and make them more susceptible to infection.
This week, fenty beauty revealed that it is testing a facial oil to treat these problems, which include a redness in the skin that is common in acne, dark circles and frecks, according to the BBC.
The new product is called “beauty oil,” and is available as an oil, a cream and as a powder.
The company says that it aims to help people with acne, and to treat the “pervasive and irreversible” signs of it, and says that “every person can benefit from this.”
It is the first time fenty has launched a product specifically aimed at dark circles or freckling, according a spokeswoman.
The first trial is already showing encouraging results, according the spokeswoman.
She said that the new product was developed by fenty’s global research arm, which includes the US and the UK.
“Our research suggests that these natural ingredients could be a powerful tool for the treatment of these dark spots,” the spokeswoman said.
“Our findings suggest that they are a natural way to help patients manage their acne.”
She added that the product is now available to test on “customers in Europe and the US.”
The new oil is meant to be used as a cream, and is not a medication, the spokeswoman added.
It was developed with the help of the UK-based drug company GW Pharmaceuticals.
GW said it is “very pleased” with the findings.
The oil has been tested on a group of people who are all in their 40s, and “results have been positive,” the company said in a statement.
It noted that the company is working with researchers from the US to try to replicate the findings in a more controlled study.
A spokesperson for GW Pharmaceutical said that it was “not aware of any evidence of toxicity in human clinical trials.”
It’s not the first use of the product in the US.
In May, a study was published in the journal PLOS ONE that examined how a synthetic oil, sold under the brand name Fenty Beauty, affected skin.
Researchers found that the synthetic oil was effective at treating dark circles in people with the condition.
The synthetic oil also helped people who were already in good health and who did not have a history of acne.