Alongside being er, Diet Coke’s new creative director, last week the supermodel announced the launch of her new beauty and wellness brand Cosmoss. She teased the launch via a string of spiritual posts on her own Instagram page (@cosmoss), one of which features her looking fabulous, wading into a lake completely starkers.
It seems tee-total Kate is very much in touch with her spiritual side these days. “Cosmoss is self-care created for life’s modern journeys, drawing on the extraordinary experience of Kate Moss,” an initial post read.
In a recent interview with British Vogue, she explained her newly adopted healthy lifestyle takes inspo from the Turkish wellness retreat she has been visiting to detox for the past 10 years. Now she does yoga several times a week and hosts gong baths in the living room of her Cotswolds home.
Each product in the range “has been meticulously crafted with wellbeing in mind; Each ritual opens a door to balance, restoration, and love,” a second post read.
Kate has teamed up with London-based homoeopath Victoria Young to develop the six-product range which spans teas, creams, CBD drops and aura sprays, while her hairstylist James Brown is a creative consultant. As the products drop today on the Cosmoss website, here are some of the actual products and ingredients you can expect from the range (prices TBC).
Cosmoss Dawn Tea
The entire product line is inspired Kate’s daily wellness rituals, kicking off with the Dawn Tea which supposedly “gently energises and strengthens the body.” It’s inspired by her Oxfordshire garden, with a blend of healing natural ingredients like hibiscus, rosemary and nettle. Its counterpart, the Dusk Tea contains butterfly pea and fennel for digestion and is “the color of the sky here at about seven o’clock,” she told the Magazine of her countryside home.
The Sacred Mist by Cosmoss
Next up, a “grounding, up-lifting, sensual” Sacred Mist, which sounds a bit like an aura spray and is described as “a unique eau de parfum blended with essential oils for the body and surroundings.” OK, so we’re intrigued…
The Face Cream by Cosmoss
Then there’s the “rejuvenating, nourishing, moisturizing” face cream. “I’m obsessed with washing my face,” Kate told Vogue. The face cream has been personally tested on James, who was suffering from a “soul-destroying” skin inflammation condition. The formula is enriched with botanical extracts to nourish and reduce the effect of oxidative stress.
The Golden Nectar by Cosmoss
Golden Nectar contains a winning formula of pro-collagen and CBD oil drops to “holistically support body, mind and soul.” Of the latter Kate says: “I use it to take the edge off instead of having a glass of wine. I find it really calming.”
Cosmos ingredients focus: oakmoss
Meanwhile, a separate post revealed that “oakmoss,” a species of lichen that grows on the trunk and branches of oak trees in the northern hemisphere, is apparently a “central ingredient” to the entire Cosmoss range. According to Vogue, the extract found in the face cream and cleanser is a complex of three wild Icelandic plants developed by Young. It’s nourishing, hydrating smoothing, firming and boosts elasticity, the brand claims.
Cosmos ingredients focus: “Mythical Tears of Chios”
Then there’s “Mythical Tears of Chios,” also known as “mastic”, a plant resin found in the sap of mastic trees which is native to the Greek island of Chios. It’s the central ingredient to Golden Nectar, and supposedly “reactivates cells and detoxifies the skin”
Intrigued? We sure are about how the products deliver. Stay tuned for our full review coming soon.