Once again, La Mer is supporting the World Oceans Day with National Geographic Society, by celebrating the work and achievements of the conservation biologist Dr Andrea Marshall.
In the worlds of La Mer Global Brand President Sandra Main, the brand is proud to continue its partnership with National Geographic Society, hoping to inspire the next generation of women making a tangible impact on ocean conservation. Emerging Explorer Dr Andrea Marshall is one of these women that shares La Mer’s enthusiasm for preservation of the marine life and discoveries in this field. Dr Marshall has, so far, helped to save globally threatened manta rays, other endangered marine megafauna, as well as their habitats. She has, also, discovered two new species of manta rays, and created an automated online database and a photographic archive for this species. Crème de la Mer is one of the La Mer’s bestselling products, a transformative firming cream formulated to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps to minimize pores, renew and rejuvenate even the driest skin. Crème de la Mer is one of the most renowned and luxurious skin creams in the world, thanks to its use of seaweeds, sustainable processing and its amazing results. La Mer’s legendary crème is available in a limited-edition jar with sea glass-inspired designs. The 3.4 oz. packaging is priced at $435.00, and each customer that purchases this product at cremedelamer.com will enjoy complimentary standard shipping and two samples at checkout with every order.
To honor the World Oceans Day, La Mer has created a special 100ml jar of Crème de la Mer, decorated with an exclusive limited edition design. This limited offer will be available for purchase starting from May through June 2014, just in time for the celebration of the World Oceans Day, which takes place every year on 8 June.