Hello Kitty just worked with a serious skincare brand to produce a skincare collection. We wouldn’t have guessed this was the brand!

It’s time to take Hello Kitty more seriously. The adorable cartoon character has worked together with Peter Thomas Roth in the skincare brand’s latest launch, to introduce a range of anti-ageing products.

If you haven’t heard of Peter Thomas Roth, it’s time to listen up. This brand is known for result-driven skincare solutions and started its line of products using muds and minerals found in Hungarian thermal springs. Today, Peter Thomas Roth’s products are said to blend old Hungarian beauty rituals with the most advanced skincare technologies.

The brand is known for its extensive offering of gel masks, including the Cucumber Gel Mask (SGD81), Blue Marine Algae Mask (SGD97), and Pumpkin Enzyme Mask (SGD115).

It’s probably not surprising that the new Hello Kitty skincare collection also consists of a gel mask – the Peter Thomas Roth Hello Kitty Rose Repair Gel Mask. The mask is in a gorgeous clear pink shade, and features the image of Hello Kitty on its cap.

This gel mask (USD52) is formulated with a blend of plant stem cells and rose extracts, and is said to feel cooling on skin, making it feel refreshed. The mask also has hydrating benefits and is packed with vitamins that help eliminate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Best part? This mask is also rose-scented, making it a real treat to use as you enjoy me-time.

Other products in the range include the Rose Repair Cleansing Gel (USD38) and Rose Repair Balancing Essence Water (USD38).

The products are limited edition, and we have not received word that it’ll be in Singapore. However, if you’re up for it, you’ll be able to find it on the Peter Thomas Roth website.

You can actually find a similar gel mask formula by Peter Thomas Roth in Sephora stores in Singapore (called the Rose Stem Cell Bio-repair Gel Mask, and it retails at SGD83). Sephora also stocks other Peter Thomas Roth products.


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