ORCHIDéE IMPéRIALE CREAM FOUNDATION IS AVAILABLE IN THREE NEW SHADES
By The Beauty Hub | April 7th, 2014 | Company News,News
Orchidée Impériale Cream Foundation beautifully enhances the complexion, leaving it perfectly even for a flawless makeup result.
Light pigments subtly illuminate the complexion to erase signs of fatigue. Coloured pigments are coated with amino acids in perfect harmony with the skin to provide optimal long-lasting colour and seamless blending with the skin.
Orchid oil is combined with hydrating glycols and an absorbent powder to maintain the skin’s ideal hydrolipidic balance: the result is a velvety matt finish for lasting comfort. An ultra-smoothing polymer helps to fill in wrinkles and fine lines and evens out skin tone: the skin feels incredibly soft.
This cream foundation benefits from Orchidée Impériale’s radiance and age-defying performance:
- Gold Orchid Technology acts on a new longevity target – cell fertility, governed by mother cells – which plays a key role in skin construction and regeneration. The skin’s regenerative dynamic is reactivated thanks to a new action pathway: cellular bioenergetics.
- A concentrate of light, White Orchid Extract fosters even skin and a pure and glowing complexion with every passing day. It soothes skin’s sensitivity, slows the dynamics of pigmentation processes to help improve translucency and surface luminosity.
- A unique shield for perfectly protected skin. Orchidée Impériale Cream Foundation is the first skincare foundation from Guerlain to offer broad spectrum protection capable of neutralising even the longest UVA rays. The formula also comprises the perfect combination of UV filters to counter the harmful effects of UVA and UVB rays and a derivative of vitamin E that combats free radicals.
The Cream Foundation is available this season in three new shades to extend the range and satisfy all skin tones. Available at Guerlain counters in the UAE.
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