Vanessa Williams is joining the long list of celebs teaming up with home-shopping giant QVC. However, the former "Desperate Housewives" actress won't be selling clothes like fellow superstars Jennifer Hudson and Nicole Richie, rather she'll be diving into the beauty biz.
On August 3, Williams will debut ReVitalistic Skincare -- a five-product beauty lineup that includes an eye serum, anti-aging moisture treatment, enzyme skin peel and neck/décolletage cream -- on QVC channels across the country.
“I’ve decided to share my secrets,” Williams told WWD.
Well, spill 'em, sista! We're just dying to find out how this 49-year-old mother of four is flashing such flawless skin.
Sure, she's a former beauty queen (the first black Miss America, to be exact) --yes, she probably has a glam squad that's never more than 50 feet away and we know that dabbles in botox-- but we still want to know what awesomeness these products will be laced with!
Williams tells WWD that skincare line was developed from all the lotions, potions, tips and tricks she's gathered from frequenting the best skincare professionals in the world.
“I’ve taken proven skin care concepts and improved them. I am involved in every aspect of it, from the name, the color palette of the packing, the logo and the ingredients," she said. "It has been a labor of love and I have loved working on it for years until I knew it was perfect."
There's one thing that isn't secret about Vanessa's path towards skin perfection. Remember her days as a pimple-fighting spokeswoman for Proactiv?
Check out Vanessa's stunning beauty evolution in the slideshow below. Will you be trying out her new skincare line?
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