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Ryan Seacrest quietly ends men’s skincare line created with celeb dermatologist & fashion brand no longer sold at Macy’s

RYAN Seacrest has quietly ended his men's skincare line - while his clothing brand is no longer sold at Macy's, The Sun can exclusively report.

The 47-year-old TV host launched his own skincare products under the name Polished back in 2019, with the help of Beverly Hills celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Harold Lancer.

Ryan Seacrest originally launched his skincare line in 2019
Ryan's skincare line was called Polished but has now been discontinued

The duo appeared in promo images for the line with the website boasting: "It's designed by men with high standards for men with high standards."

The online bio also explained that Polished first began after a decade-long friendship, which sprouted from their "longtime patient/doctor relationship", to create a high–quality, science-driven line.

A source close to the business told The Sun: "The line was discontinued in the past year," adding that Dr Lancer is looking to relaunch a new collection this year and already has his own products for sale on Amazon.

When asked if the new line will include Ryan or be promoted by the star, the insider added: "I do not believe so."

The website for Polished is still live, but there are no products available for sale, while the Instagram page has since been deleted and the Twitter account remains dormant.

The Sun has reached out to Ryan's rep for comment.

Ryan previously appeared on QVC and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to flog the products, which included a shaving cream, sunscreen, facial scrub, lip balm and anti-aging serum, with prices ranging from $10 to $55.

In 2018, Ryan denied claims of sexual harrassment from a former stylist, and Dr Lancer publicly backed him, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "We stand by him and are looking forward to our future brand plans."

The TV star does not appear to have put a huge focus on his product lines in the past few years, with his menswear collection Ryan Seacrest Distinction also no longer available at Macy's.

He launched the clothing brand in 2014, which featured modern-fit stretch suit jackets, along with shirts and ties, in a range of colors including navy, black and white.

Although models wearing the designs still appear on the Macy's website, all of the products appear with the message: "Sorry, this item is currently unavailable."

Many of the positive reviews were posted in previous years, one listed for February 2022 reads: "Fits my husband perfectly. The cut of the suit is great. Looks great on."


Ryan Seacrest Distinction, however, now appears to be sold by Walmart and Amazon, with all of the products available online, many at cut sale prices.

While the star no longer appears to be spending time promoting his own products, he has made millions from endorsing other large brands including Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.

According to reports, Ryan has also invested in PathWater, telling fans in 2020: "Single-use bottled water is a leading contributor to our plastic crisis. That’s why I partnered with PathWater in their ongoing mission to make reusable bottles for a healthier world."

And of course Ryan, who owns his own production company, has had countless TV and radio deals over the years, with his net worth estimated to be around $450million, according to Forbes Billionaires' list 2022.

The famed TV personality has executive produced countless reality shows, with the most well-known series being Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which ran for 20 seasons, along with a number of spin-offs.

The star is said to be one of the hardest working men in showbiz, juggling countless jobs on different coasts.

In May 2020, fans speculated the Live with Kelly and Ryan host had suffered a stroke during the 'American Idol' finale, and he later took time off.

He expressed gratitude for "all the very kind well-wishes for my exhaustion, working around the clock. I got a day off to relax and here we are once again."

The hard-working host suffered exhaustion while working on American Idol in 2020
The Live with Kelly and Ryan co-host is said to be worth an estimated $450million