Kate Moss looks radiant in a plunging pink summer dress while launching her wellness range

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The results of a wholesome new lifestyle were well in evidence as Kate Moss celebrated the launch of her new skincare and wellness brand on Tuesday. 

The fresh-faced supermodel looked radiant while attending the event on behalf of her appropriately named Cosmoss range at London department store Harrods. 

Kate, 48, immediately caught the eye in a tasteful powder pink dress with a plunging neckline as she greeted onlookers before making her way inside the sprawling Knightsbridge venue. 

Glowing: The results of a wholesome new lifestyle were well in evidence as Kate Moss celebrated the launch of her new skincare and wellness brand on Tuesday

The breezy floor-length frock was given an added touch of bohemian elegance courtesy of free spirited Kate’s costume jewelry – primarily a statement pendant necklace, chains and gypsy bangles. 

Drawing attention to instantly recognizable features the celebrated model opted for minimal make-up, while her hair was conventionally styled with a simple centre-parting. 

Accompanied by nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson, Kate was in a welcoming mood while celebrating the launch of Cosmoss, a move that marks her out as the latest celebrity to join the already convoluted health and wellness market. 

Youthful: The fresh-faced supermodel looked radiant while attending the event on behalf of her appropriately named Cosmoss range at London department store Harrods

Youthful: The fresh-faced supermodel looked radiant while attending the event on behalf of her appropriately named Cosmoss range at London department store Harrods

Looking good: Kate immediately caught the eye in a tasteful powder pink dress as she made her way inside the sprawling Knightsbridge venue

All mine: She was on hand to try out some of the products from her new range

Looking good: Kate immediately caught the eye in a tasteful powder pink dress as she made her way inside the sprawling Knightsbridge venue

Nice touch: The breezy floor-length frock was given an added touch of bohemian elegance courtesy of free spirited Kate's costume jewelry

Nice touch: The breezy floor-length frock was given an added touch of bohemian elegance courtesy of free spirited Kate’s costume jewelry

But at £412 for the lot, fans will have to dig deep for her products – not least the £105 Golden Nectar serum, which contains the ‘mythical’ tears of Chios, a plant resin produced on the Greek island.

The products, made from ‘potent, natural substances’, are split into three rituals which are said to balance the ‘body and soul with the natural environment and the circadian cycles.’

The website describes these rituals as enabling us to ‘adjust to the rhythm of nature, help us find inner peace and self-fulfilment, and open a door to balance, restoration and love’.

Side by side: Accompanied by nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson, Kate was in a welcoming mood while celebrating the launch of Cosmoss

Side by side: Accompanied by nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson, Kate was in a welcoming mood while celebrating the launch of Cosmoss

Very nice: A store display featured a sultry image of Kate alongside various items from the brand

Very nice: A store display featured a sultry image of Kate alongside various items from the brand

Pricey: But at £412 for the lot, fans will have to dig deep for her products – not least the £105 Golden Nectar serum, which contains the 'mythical' tears of Chios, a Greek plant resin

Upbeat: Kate offered a smile as she tried out another of the brand's costly sprays on Tuesday

Pricey: But at £412 for the lot, fans will have to dig deep for her products – not least the £105 Golden Nectar serum, which contains the ‘mythical’ tears of Chios, a Greek plant resin

In good company: The supermodel posed for a photo alongside Pawel Walick, the CEO of Warsaw Creatives, at the one-off event

In good company: The supermodel posed for a photo alongside Pawel Walick, the CEO of Warsaw Creatives, at the one-off event 

The first step in the supermodel’s daily routine is the £287 dawn ritual, which fills the body with ‘positive energy’.

This includes a £21 antioxidant  ‘dawn tea ‘to bring us gently out of the dream world’ followed by a £52 cleanser and £95 anti-ageing face cream.

It is then finished with the £120 Sacred Mist eau de parfum which ‘envelopes you with its hypnotic yet grounding fragrance’ to ‘provide a sense of inner peace’.

Don't mind us: But Kate was hard to miss as she sat between guests Rosemary Ferguson (L) and Victoria Young (R)

Don’t mind us: But Kate was hard to miss as she sat between guests Rosemary Ferguson (L) and Victoria Young (R)

Make way: The supermodel beamed as she exited Harrods with a goodie bag later that day

She's off: Kate crossed the pavement while making her way towards a waiting car

Make way: The supermodel beamed as she exited Harrods with a goodie bag later that day 

Bold look: The supermodel's costume jewelry stood out as she prepared for the journey home

Bold look: The supermodel’s costume jewelry stood out as she prepared for the journey home 

The morning skincare regimen comes in at a slightly higher cost than ‘lifestyle guru’ Gwyneth Paltrow’s similar morning routine kit. The five-step Goop kit costs £265.

During the daytime, Kate advises using her ‘moodboosting’ fragrance again, followed by the Golden Nectar serum – a CBD infused ‘ultimate antioxidant oil’.

With an eye-watering price-tag for only 30ml, it is described as ‘an everyday indulgence which takes care of your skin, body, mind and soul’.

Refreshingly dear: Kate shared a photo of herself enjoying a cup of her very own £21 tea outside Harrods

Refreshingly dear: Kate shared a photo of herself enjoying a cup of her very own £21 tea outside Harrods 

Diggign deep: The products, made from 'potent, natural substances', are split into three rituals which balance the 'body and soul with the natural environment and the circadian cycles'

Diggign deep: The products, made from ‘potent, natural substances’, are split into three rituals which balance the ‘body and soul with the natural environment and the circadian cycles’

Kate recently admitted the toll her lifestyle took on her body as she claimed her adrenal glands and nervous system were ‘f**ked’.

She said she wanted to ‘fix’ them and embarked on the 12-steps to recovery programme, referencing the self-help tome, the Big Book.

During this time, Kate told Vogue: ‘I learnt to look at myself, at my shortcomings and truthfully at who I am. And not be afraid.

‘I started meditating every day, doing transcendental meditation, wild swimming… I tried everything [new].’



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