The house of Dior has just introduced a new version of its luxurious La Crème. The new member of the Prestige range is La Crème Texture Légère, a luxurious crème with lighter, more comfortable texture, ideal for use in hot and humid climates.
Same as all other products from the Dior Prestige collection, La Crème Texture Légère harnesses restorative powers of the Rose de Granville. The prodigious flower of Dior Prestige range, cultivated in the Loire Valley Garden in France, is known for its extraordinary regenerating and perfecting actions on all layers of the skin. It contributes to reducing all visible signs of aging, while refining skin’s texture, restoring its youthful contours, and boosting healthy radiance.
The new Dior La Crème Texture Légère is formulated using the exclusive Skin Breathe technology. The crème features a light texture which absorbs instantly and leaves a sensation of freshness. Immediately, the skin appears smoother and perfectly mattified, while the long term use ensures the more refined texture and radiance deeply restored. La Crème Texture Légère works on all layers of skin and provides long-lasting 24-hour hydration.
Dior La Crème Texture Légère forms a breathable layer on the skin’s surface, to regulate its temperature in hot and humid weather. It keeps skin comfortably hydrated and prevents overproduction of sebum and excess perspiration. It leaves the skin comfortably soothed, mattified, and wrapped in a powdery, rose-petal veil. There is also a special technique to reveal the exquisite sensation of rose-petal skin beneath your fingertips! Check it out:
Dior La Crème Texture Légère is delivered in a massive glass jar with golden stopper. The crème retails at $505, at Dior points of sale.
Products mentioned in article
Dior La Creme
Dior La Crème Texture Légère
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