Kim Kardashian, Nicole Kidman, Kate Winslet, Chrissy Teigen, Kate Moss. All celebrities, all users of Clé de Peau Beauté (at least, according to social media accounts, makeup his artists, magazine articles, and beauty his blog). The brand, owned by Japanese beauty giant Shiseido, opened its doors at Greenbelt 5 in Makati, Philippines late last month.
Clé de Peau Beauté, which loosely translates to “the key to beautiful skin” in French, opened its shop in Greenbelt with a giant transparent key and socialites accompanied by violinists and ballerinas. I walked to
A flagship product called La Crème (“The Cream”) claims to be able to combat skin aging, smoothing and tightening skin. has undergone a recalibration (Lucky 8 at the time of this writing). Its ingredients include a “skin empowering illuminator” made of platinum golden silk (derived from a type of silk cocoon), renewing seraferment extract, retinol ACE, and an ingredient called 4MSK to prevent the appearance of blemishes. , hyaluronic acid, and squalane. (Among other things— The number of ingredients list is about 60). There is also a special way to apply it at night: using a spatula (part of the chic crystal package), take a pearl-sized amount and smooth the product all over your face, gently massaging it from chin to chin. .Temple.
The ingredients, the ritual, and the celebrities who swear by it make the product premium—the website lists La Crème as $550. A 50 ml bottle sells for $795 (44,163.04 pesos at the same exchange rate) on his website.
Shiseido Philippines Managing Director Michael Goh said: business world On sale about celebrity customers. “They really like that level of sophistication.
He explains why the Japanese take such a scientific approach to beauty. He not only researches products, but also innovates. That is why we are able to produce such excellent products. ”
For more information, see: www.cledepeau-beaute.com/ph/ Or follow @cledepeaubeautephilippines on Facebook. — JLGMore