LeVon: Barry baby, Barry baby, you see what I got here
Barry: what have you got there?
LeVon: This is a box of puddin’,
Barry Barry: what does it say?
LeVon: It says “cook, and chill”
Barry: Aw yeah.
LeVon: and baby, that’s what I do every night. I cook, and then I chill.
Barry: (bump and grinding) Aw yeah.
LeVon: (bump and grinding) Aw yeah. Barry: And chill!
Though it’s been 13 years since one of my fave shows of all time, The State, has aired, I felt there was no better cultural reference than their $240 worth of pudding sketch with regard to my new fave skin care item, Kenzo Cleansing Ice Jelly. No need to spend $240 to chill with this dreamy cleanser; it costs a fiscally moderate $28. This icy cleanser contains natural ingredients like ginger plant water and ginseng extracts for a luxe cleansing experience. Its formula eradicates traces of makeup and oil whilst soothing skin with its cooling consistency and invigorates with the spicy scent of ginger. I will be packing this on ALL summer weekend jaunts to non-air conditioned Fire Island/Hamptons houses, lest you worry.
Kenzo is swiftly becoming one of my favorite skin care brands. I love their natural ingredients, fantastic performance, and uber-luxurious GORGE packaging. Check my article for Lucky Style Spotter, in which I mention Kenzoki Belle de Jour.
The best part? In the words of G Love, you stick it in the fridge before use to enhance its toning properties. In fact, along with bottles of wine for my guests, it’s all I HAVE in my fridge at the mo’.
Simply bust it out, “cook” and then… chill.
Available in April 2009 at kenzousa.com.
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