SK-II & National Geographic Sent 4 Celebs On Extreme Expeditions To Put Their Skin To The Test
Beauty at its most extreme.
In a series of short vignettes presented by SK-II with National Geographic, 4 celebrities and influencers travel the world through harsh conditions and some of the most beautiful places in the world to put their skin to the test with everyone’s favourite SK-II Facial Treatment Essence.
The series comprises of four short and enticing vignettes following the adventures of four SK-II users and celebrities – Japanese actress, Kasumi Arimura, global fashion influencer, Chiara Ferragni, Chinese actress, Nini as well as South Korea’s top actress and national boxer Lee Siyoung as they put their skin through perils of the Yanbaru jungle in Okinawa, Japan to the Anza Borrego Desert in America.
In “Face The Wild”, follow Hannah Reyes, National Geographic Explorer, as she documents and explores diverse ecosystems and cultures with each of the 4 celebrities in sub-zero temperatures, harsh UV, dryness, sweltering heat and pollution.
In “Face The Camera”, notable fashion photographers Jesper McIlroy and Kirk Cheung take celebrities on one of a kind on-location beauty shoots to see if their skin truly withstood the test of the environments with the help of SK-II’s Facial Treatment Essence.
Kasumi Arimura, top Japanese actress and loyal SK-II brand ambassador battles harsh UV conditions, sweltering heat and insects on a photo assignment in the oppressively hot and dense Yanbaru jungle in Japan.
Global fashion icon, Chiara Ferragni, put her skin to the test through a stressful expedition to explore the ancient topography of the parched and scorching Anza Borrego Desert – one of the most arid places in Western America, fighting dehydration, dizziness and dry heat.
Top Chinese actress and SK-II brand ambassador, Nini, endures a challenging trek through a frozen and dry mountain range in Northern China, subjecting her skin to the tortures of biting cold sub-zero conditions.
South Korean actress and national boxer Lee Siyoung ventures her skin through one of the most stunning locations in the world, the active Ijen Volcano in Indonesia, taking on the strains of harmful sulfuruous fumes.
SK-II’s Facial Treatment Essence is made up of over 90% Pitera, a natural bio-ingredient containing vitamins, amino acids and minerals.When conditioned by Pitera, skin is also able to lock in moisture from within over time to overcome dryness, which can be caused by exposure to extreme hot and dry as well as cold and dry conditions.
For more news and updates on SK-II, access its webpage here. For more on Face The Wild | Face The Camera Extreme Expeditions, search #FaceTheWild and #FaceTheCamera today or watch the vignettes of each star here.