Regenerate and rejuvenate with Lancôme’s Absolue Precious Cells
The science of youth
It takes a visionary to construct an elixir that unites beauty and science, for the ultimate youth-restoring essence. A visionary none other than Lancôme's founder Armand Petitjean, who developed a phenomenal product back in 1965 that encompassed luxurious excellence and scientific innovation. Today, this skincare miracle is known as the Absolue series.
Aligned with the rose since their inception, the house of Lancôme has constantly sought to innovate this unique bloom for its exceptional qualities. The result is the Absolue Revitalising Care collection — a veritable fountain of youth encapsulated in a jar, offering the promise of eternal allure to all women.
Building upon the Absolue Precious Cells range, Lancôme makes a new breakthrough in skincare science with the discovery of frozen rose distillate; a concentrate that combats chronic inflammation and oxidation while boosting skin repair. This quintessential ingredient is infused in the new Lancôme Absolue Precious Cells Revitalising Care Silky Cream, a sensational moisturiser that sinks deep into your skin to reverse the accelerated ageing process and nourish your complexion from the inside out.
Formulated with a silky texture, the Absolue Revitalising Care Silky Cream is airy and lightweight, melting into the skin to deliver extraordinary regeneration while leaving the complexion velvety soft. Accompanied by a delicate feminine fragrance of rose, jasmine and freesia, every application is a fresh and transformative experience. Pair it with the Absolue Precious Cells Nourishing Lip Balm and your skincare routine will see you glowing radiantly.
From $70 - $395. Available at all Lancôme counters.
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