Ray J is now the face of a skin care line
Celebrities continue to put their names and faces behind beauty products and urban clothes, but a recent pairing may have some people wondering. EBONY Magazine reports R&B singer Ray J just penned a $1 million deal with skin care company Princereigns.
TheUrbanDaily.com reports Ray J will be the new face of the brand's natural treatment for ingrown hair on men. The product is made from ingredients like aloe vera, eucalyptus, chamomile, sage, lavender, vitamin E and citrus oils.
A commercial for the product is already in the works and Ray J is not only getting money from the deal, but also gets to mingle with some babes. In the video, the R&B crooner gets to cozy up to Australian actress Sophie Monk.
The beauty company's official website boasts that the skin care product is already being used by countless A-list celebrities to keep their skin smooth and blemish-free.
"Meet the shaving gel that defies the laws of nature. Some beauty products remain in a class by themselves. Enter Princereigns, an extraordinary shaving serum that has developed a cult following among thousands of men, women and models throughout the world," company executives write on the website. "There’s a good reason: devotees are amazed by the gel’s miraculous ability to quickly remove dark spots and soften and straighten curly hair thereby removing ingrown hairs and razor bumps. Princereigns removes blemishes quickly without clogging pores and clears acne, leaving skin smooth and blemish free."
Apparently Ray J is following in the footsteps of his former flame, Kim Kardashian. WetPaint.com reports the Kardashian clan has countless endorsements, including a clothing line with Sears, a nail polish line with OPI and representing four DASH stores throughout the U.S. The sisters are also the face of a weight-loss supplement, an Armenian jewelry line, a shoe website, watches and more.