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Rihanna’s Fenty Skin products are already reselling for $500


TextAlex Peters

Bitch that’s a lot of money

With the popularity of Fenty Beauty reaching stratospheric heights, when Rihanna announced she was branching out into skincare there was no doubt that it too would be incredibly successful. Well, Fenty Skin hasn’t even been out officially for a day yet and already products are reselling for huge amounts.

Numerous listings on resale sites like eBay have the Start’r skincare range priced for upwards of $100 (approx. £77) reaching as high as $500 (£384). While Fenty Skin officially launched today (July 31), customers who signed up to the waitlist were given early access to the products a few days ago and it appears this is where the products have cropped up from. With original prices for the products, which include a cleanser, a toner, and an SPF moisturiser, ranging between $25 to $35 (£19 to £27), the resell mark-up is significant.

There is no need to shell out such huge amounts of money, however, as Fenty Skin is now open for all to purchase. Although be quick if you are hoping to get your hands on the products as the cleanser and the skincare bundle have already sold out and won’t be restocked until mid-August. The toner and moisturiser are still available. 

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