Chanel Hydra Beauty Camelia Water Cream

 

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Incorporating the right moisturiser into your skincare routine can give you an illuminated and dewy complexion, even without makeup. And Chanel’s latest Hydra Beauty Camelia Water Cream is one that does just that, paving the road to glowing healthy skin.

To deliver subtle luminosity, the illuminating hydrating fluid is packed with the goodness of one of the oldest camellias in cultivation, the Camellia Japonica Alba Plena, which lies at the heart of Chanel’s Hydra Beauty products. In the South of France, the blooms are painstakingly handpicked, and its extracts are combined with a hyaluronic acid derivative to restore and maintain skin’s optimal water levels for hydrated, smoothed and plumped skin. The cream is also blended with antioxidant-rich blue ginger that addresses environmental stressors and fights free radicals to strengthen the skin’s defence system.

The radiance-revealing skin perfector also gets your skin where you want it to go with fine iridescent pearly particles, which capture light in all the right places to blur skin imperfections and brighten dull complexions, without feeling overdone. It also makes for the perfect makeup base as it penetrates and floods skin with hydration quickly and allows makeup to glide on effortlessly.

You’ll also be glad to know that this lightweight formula hydrates deeply, alleviates dry skin and keeps things feeling fresh and comfortable, even in conditions of stress, fatigue and seasonal changes, all without the weight or a hint of greasiness.

And the good news? Chanel Hydra Beauty Camelia Water Cream is now available in sleek 30 ml pump bottles at selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Chanel.

 

 

 

 

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