Madonna's MDNA Skin Care Collection Will Finally Be Available In The U.S.

If you are a Material Girl fan that has been patiently waiting for Madonna's MDNA Skin brand to be widely available for purchase, you will be handsomely rewarded. Women's Wear Daily reports that Madonna's MDNA Skin Care line is finally arriving in the U.S. next month.

The mononymed icon co-developed the entire collection and uses it in her daily life, as do her kids and friends. That certainly makes MDNA Skin something her legions of casual fans are curious about.

As for diehard Madonna fans? Oh, they've been eagerly anticipating this moment.

Here's the MDNA Skin Crash Course: The brand has been in existence for three years. The products come packaged in sleek and sexy, gunmetal packaging. The line was only previously available in Japan. It's coming to America for simple and obvious reasons: Fans asked for it.

"I'm tired of hearing people complain here that they can't get it in America," Madonna said, according to WWD.

Nine MDNA Skin items will be available stateside as of Sept. 26, when they cruise on to the MDNA Skin Site, to Barneys counters in NYC and L.A., and to The department store is the brand's exclusive U.S. retailer for one year.

MDNA Skin starts at $50 and can go as high as $600 for a set.

You can sign up for more details via the MDNA site, as well.

Madonna also shared her tips on how she incorporated the brand into her routine, telling WWD that MDNA Skin is a line of daily essentials.

"Some things I use when I don't wear makeup and am not doing shows, and others are specifically good for having to apply makeup and be on stage under lights," the diva says.

Translation: MDNA addresses a variety of specific skin concerns.

Madonna also admitted that she "developed it for me specifically, but it also feels universal."

Hey, if it's good enough for Madonna...

Courtesy of MDNA Skin

But don't fret if MDNA Skin high price tag doesn't quiet fit your budget. Madonna is planning a lower-priced line for Fall 2018.

She also told WWD that she has a men's grooming line in her sights, and that the brand is developing products "connected more to color," which might mean makeup. Clearly, she is just getting started.