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la prairie’s new Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Collection

by Lindsay on February 3, 2014 · 1 comment

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la prairie’s new Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Collection on Belle Belle Beauty

No surprise that la prairie does it right. Their latest and greatest is a Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream and Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Dry Oil that is nursing this girls’ dry winter skin right back to radiance. Not only that, but it helps with anti-aging. Think nourishment at its best – luxury and healing.

Probably a good thing since I am nursing the cough of the century. While I am resting on this cozy snow day, there is probably nothing more soothing than skin care luxury. One new trick I have learned in this era of facial oils is to use it after applying moisturizer to actually seal in the hydration. I’ve found with this little trick that I get more bang for my buck.

I like to use the Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream first – the creamy, gentle tonic uses plant stem cells to renew and firm. While it is super rich, it does absorb and melt into skin. La Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Dry Oil mastered the lightweight feel. It works to repair and support the lipid barrier and seal in moisture. Not to mention adding a particular glow. Don’t forget to use down on your décolleté.

Miles high in the Swiss Alps, in a world of sheer ice crystals, beauty transcends time. Here, two seemingly fragile plants and one tiny algae survive and thrive in the harshest setting on earth, developing strategies to outwit the environment. It’s only fitting then that la prairie, with a heritage deeply rooted in Switzerland, harnessed these extreme-survivalist secrets into the Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Collection. The discovery combines some of the most sophisticated survivalist secrets.

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Compensation was provided by laboratories la prairie via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of laboratories la prairie.



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