Miss Wonder: Chanel Sublimage L’Essence Lumière
Spring is that time when your fears go away. March is that month when you have to reinvent your skincare, in order to great the sunny days in style. Therefore, what better moment could be to meet the newest product Chanel Sublimage L’Essence Lumière?
2010. Nicola Fuzzati, Ingredients Innovation and Development Director for Chanel Research, initiated a new program targeting the South of France, and more precisely a hotspot of biodiversity in the heart of the French Alps. A few among several hundred of these long-forgotten wild plants were selected by Chanel Research for their cosmetic effects on the youthfulness and quality of the skin.
2014. A combination of genomic analysis and an expert analysis on facial senility – (study performed on 524 women from 2002 to 2013) – enabled Chanel Research to determine a new biological target associated with cutaneous aging: SESTRINE-2. This protein, located in the basal layer of the epidermis, is an anti-stress shield that protects the skin from premature aging and slows the appearance of the signs of age.
2019. After founding an open-sky laboratory dedicated to vanilla planifolia of Madagascar, Sublimage writes a new chapter in its story. Another – just as prodigious – plant is being unveiled: anthyllis, the treasure within Chanel Sublimage L’Essence Lumière.
The result: SUBLIMAGE L’Essence Lumière simultaneously improves every aspect of radiance. It instantly illuminates the complexion.
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