Scarlett Johansson’s Outset Skincare Is Surprisingly Good

  • Scarlett Johansson recently launched her own skincare brand, called The Outset.
  • The first collection includes five products for a simple yet effective day and night routine.
  • I’ve tried all the products for a month and it’s surprisingly one of the best skincare products I’ve ever used.

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When Scarlett Johansson announced last June that she was launching a skincare line, I wasn’t just skeptical, I was confused. It’s one thing for a celebrity known for their winged eyeliner or signature red lip to collaborate with a brand or create a namesake brand, like Gwen Stefani’s GXVE Beauty, but Scarlett Johansson’s skincare brand , The Outset, was a career move I didn’t see. to come, despite the fact that the Marvel actress has an undeniably glowing complexion.

So, you can imagine my surprise when it turned out to be one of the best skincare lines I’ve tried in my eight years of testing and reporting on all things beauty.

Close up of The Outset night cream with the lid open

Close up of the texture of The Outset Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream.

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To create The Outset, the actress teamed up with former beauty and fashion executive Kate Foster to formulate a label of clean skincare staples that do more for your skin with less (but better). ) of ingredients. Its debut collection includes a cleanser, serum, moisturizer, vitamin C eye cream, and night cream that, when used together, create a complete regimen you can use day and night.

I’ve been testing the products for almost a month and can say The Outset lives up to their claims that every item has a purpose and that this treatment “works for you, not the other way around”. Below are my mini reviews of each, but overall there isn’t a single product that hasn’t impressed me.

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