Guerlain introduces a new product to its Abeille Royale age-defying collection – the Abeille Royale Gold Eyetech Eye Sculpt Serum. The new anti-aging product is described as a revolutionary innovation that combines a newly designed serum formula, a special applicator, and an exclusive massage technique.
Same as all other products from the Abeille Royale range, Guerlain's Gold Eyetech Eye Sculpt Serum is formulated with honeys and royal jelly, which are some of the world’s most effective natural repairing substances. The serum promises to give you both instant and long-term benefits – improvement in the eye opening effect, reduction of dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles.
The new Guerlain Abeille Royale Gold Eyetech Eye Sculpt Serum is delivered in a 15 ml tube with a 22-karat golden-tipped applicator cap. The specially designed applicator is embossed with a fingerprint motif, and designed to follow the natural movement of your finger. Guerlain's experts have also designed a special massage technique to help you get an eye contour that looks decongested, smoother and more radiant. The texture is lightweight and refreshing, formulated to penetrate the skin quickly and provide immediate firming effects.
To get 3.5 x eye-opening effect, begin by squeezing the tube to release the small amount of the formula, and place your finger on the fingerprint symbol:
To complete your sensorial delight, Guerlain's perfumer Thierry Wasser has created a sunshine nectar fragrance that blends notes of honey, with fresh and airy tones. Guerlain Abeille Royale Gold Eyetech Eye Sculpt Serum is priced at $130, for a 0.05 oz./ 15 ml bottle. The product is available for purchase at Bloomingdales and Nordstrom.
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