Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Absolute New York. Views expressed are honest and of my own.

Absolute New York is an all-around beauty brand that offers the essentials from cosmetics, skincare, to tools and accessories. Based in New York City, Absolute New York stands for beauty innovation with a New York vibe and products made to inspire and celebrate creativity and diversity.

Absolute New York Logo

A little PSA, their products are outstanding, not just the quality but the price! I’ve always been obsessed with their Duo Stroke Liner – seriously, a dual-ended eyeliner that draws on oh-so effortlessly is a winner in my book, their creamy and comfortable wearing Velvet Lippies are just *chef’s kiss* and I rave about Blush Balm (check out my review).

Recently, you may have noticed Absolute New York revamped their logo and website. But fret not, their values remain the same: they are still 100% cruelty-free and promise ABSOLUTE individual beauty for everyone – Absolute Babe’s are bold, independent, and self-assured.

In addition to the rebranding, Absolute New York also launched 3 new products (All-in-1 Cleansing Oil, All-in-1 Cleansing Micellar Water in Rose and All-in-1 Cleansing Micellar Water Unscented) that are perfect for all skin types, Made in Korea, and are cruelty-free, vegan, paraben-free, sulfate-free, phthalate-free, and alcohol-free.

Absolute New York All In One Micellar Water Cleansing Oil

The All-in-1 Cleansing Oil is formulated with Tangerine Extracts to normalize skin cell turnover, minimize acne-causing bacteria and sheds any dark or rough spots for an even skin tone. Overall, the Cleansing Oil breaks down toxins, impurities, and makeup, leaving skin purified and moisturized.

The All-in-1 Cleansing Micellar Water is a gentle, hydrating water that cleanses the skin and removes makeup, dirt, and oil. It is formulated with Rosa Centifolia Extract to soothe skin, tighten pores, and reduce redness. The Cleansing Micellar Water protects skin from sun damage, and provides a low acidity (pH) for balanced, stress-free skin. P.S., the Unscented Cleansing Micellar Water is formulated specifically for the most sensitive skin types.

And that’s not all…

Absolute New York wanted to help communities during these uncertain times and because their facilities have the capabilities to do so, they went straight to work. They contacted their vendors and began adding hand sanitizer and face masks to their production line.

Absolute New York Essential Protection Hand Sanitizer Disposable Face Masks

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Absolute New York has donated over 9,000 units of PPE to local non-profit organizations and hospitals such as Northwell Hospital, CIDA, LISMA, local churches and post offices. They have also donated 5,000 units of hand sanitizer to New York State.

Hand sanitizer and disposable face masks (3 layers, 4 layers, KN95) have also been available for purchase since the beginning of the pandemic. So if you’re looking for hand sanitizer and face masks, head on over to their website. And if you are or know of an organization who is in need of any PPE equipment, contact care@absnewyork.com.

What are your thoughts Absolute New York All-in-1 Cleansing Oil and Micellar Water? Have you tried any products from Absolute New York? Don’t forget, hand sanitizer and face masks are available for purchase at absolutenewyork.com.

*Images from Absolute New York.

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6 thoughts on “Brand Spotlight: Absolute New York”

  1. I am not familiar with this brand, but I am for sure going to check them because I love a brand that also has a social conscience.

    1. Oh yes! I too love brands that are social conscience. Absolute New York is one of those who I wish gained more attention because they’re amazing at everything they do.

  2. I’ve tried their liquid liners and I’m in love with them! I’m definitely interested to check out more products in this line! Do you know if they’re sold in any stores in Canada?

    1. The Duo Stroke Liner was my favourite 🙂 They used to be sold at Rexall but unfortunately they are not available and don’t ship to Canada – I’m hopeful they’ll come back in the near future! Or if you’re ever in New York City (in the future, of course), check out their flagship store at 128 West 34th St.

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