Beauty just got a whole lot more fun. Just last week, comedian James Corden and actress Chloe Grace Moretz came together for an exciting new show by SK-II, Bare Skin Chat – a beauty web series on YouTube.
Together, the unlikely pair are getting up to some crazy antics behind closed bathroom doors, proving that skincare doesn’t always have to be serious.
In Bare Skin Chat's NEW episode, Moretz shares her secret to crystal clear skin. And to no one’s surprise, her biggest beauty tip is the SK-II Facial Treatment Essence.
Prepare to laugh as Corden goes through extreme lengths to try it while hiding the fact that he is wearing makeup.
Chloe shares that the SK-II Pitera™ Essence is “all you need”, declaring that skincare doesn’t needs to be complicated. And, we totally agree. After all, the Facial Treatment Essence is touted to be an all-round miracle water that has amazing transformative powers that improve your skin by leaps and bounds. It’s also lightweight and absorbs easily - why would we need anything else in our routine?
The duo also debunks skincare myths surrounding the Facial Treatment Essence and address questions such as “which step of the skincare regime should an essence be used?” and “is the essence the same as a toner?”.
For more fun beauty moments, catch SK-II’s Bare Skin Chat new episodes by subscribing to SK-II’s YouTube channel so you’ll never miss a beat.
The SK-II Facial Treatment Essence, which is also known in Asia as the ‘miracle water’, contains more than 90% of Pitera. The luxury beauty brand’s star ingredient, known for transformative powers, was first discovered 39 years ago in Japan after a quest begun to understand why elderly sake brewers had wrinkled faces but extraordinarily soft and youthful-looking hands. After the discovery that these hands were in constant contact with the sake fermentation process, Pitera, an exclusive to SK-II yeast strain derived from this natural fermentation process, was born.