Ole Henriksen is a celebrity skin care secret

Beauty in Seattle on 20 Feb 2007 at 12:00am

African red tea mist With my growing bias in favor of natural skin care ingredients (or at least non-toxic additives) I'm on the hunt for anti-aging productsthat are at minimum paraben-free and offer a healthy dose of natural anti-oxidants.

Stumbled upon the Enlighten Me Pigment Lightening Serum and the African Red Tea Face Mist [$28] made by Ole Henriksen, the LA spa, product, and natural skin care guru to celebrities like Matthew McConaughey, Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg and Renee Zellweger.  The face mist includes pomegranate as well as mandarin, orange & tangerine extracts.  Red tea and pomegranate are powerful anti-oxidants, but equally as important to me is that I trust Ole Henriksen.

Besides his celeb connections, Ole Henriksen is a fixture in the skin care business. Ole Henriksen products have been developed since the 70's and his 30 year track record is lined with product recognitions and awards including the inclusion of Ole's Restart antiaging serum in Harper's Bazaar Beauty Hall of Fame.
Harper's Bazaar Beauty Award was bestowed on Ole Henriksen's antiaging serum

Comments (2)

i actually greatly disagree..ole herinksiken products do not contain the same things as in drugstore products..that is flat-out wrong.. the facial cleansers are sulfate free and contain antioxidants and bioflavonoids..there is only one cleanser in the drugstore that is sulfate free and that is CeraVe...it is proven that sulfates are harsh..damaging stripping and is mainly used because it is a cheap filler. ole herinsiken products are one of the best products out there they have few parabens and tea..and antioxidants that no drugstore product contains.. my favorite of the products are the toners and cleansers mainly because it is hard to find a good cleanser without sulfates.
Sorry but his products are a fraud. If those celebrities really like his work, he would still be working for them and they would be bragging about his products. Read the ingredients. They have the same stuff in them that dollar store beauty supplies have. If you want all natural - go to the body shop or something similar. Don't take my word for it, read the label. Worst product ever and they say you get money back, dream on.