Make some space on your bathroom shelf because there's a new mega-hyped beauty product on the block. Sand & Sky, the brand responsible for the pink Australian clay mask that you're probably seeing all over Instagram, has announced it's releasing a exfoliator too – and the product has a whopping 11,000-strong waiting list before it’s even gone on sale. According to US beauty bible Allure, the Australian Pink Clay Flash Perfection Exfoliating Treatment promises to give you glowing skin in just five minutes flat as well as getting rid of dead skin and cleaning out those pesky pores.
The brand's products come in trademark pink
The product contains ingredients such as bamboo and macadamia seed, and promises to not only "physically smooth and exfoliate" your face, but also diminish the appearance of pores, refresh your skin and leave you with a subtle holiday glow – just what we need now spring is on its way. It also comes in seriously cute pink packaging which will look fab in your cosmetics collection
The Flash Perfection Exfoliating Treatment isn't on sale yet, but you can sign up to the brand’s website for alerts. In the meantime, you can still get your hands on its other popular product, which is all over social media: the Australian Pink Clay Mask, which promises to detoxify and shrink pores and retails online for £39.50.
It's not the first product to rack up a massive waiting list recently, either. Boot's hugely popular No7 brand have recently launched its No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum which is a fast acting non-invasive solution and is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by up to five years – and it swiftly amassed a waiting list of 16,000 in just three days, which is the high street brand’s longest waist list ever! The demand for this incredible new product has reached fever pitch and skincare fans are beyond excited to sample the expert new formula. The serum offers new, fast acting results and follows on from the sell-out frenzy that was the original Protect and Perfect back in 2007.