Made of energy: Lancôme’s new Énergie de Vie skincare line
Refresh and energise
Yes, urban fatigue is real. Call it the millennial disease if you will. According to a study by Lancôme in partnership with YouGov, half of the women aged between 25 and 35 are tired on a daily basis, with 59% of them contributing it to a lack of sleep, and 38% admitting it had to do with "multi-tasking"—a classic case of wanting to do everything, and consequently adapting to fatigue.
While it may not be obvious at once, urban fatigue can take a toll on our skin. Let it prolong and the effects will start to surface; dark circles will appear around the eyes, the complexion loses its radiance and luminosity, skin is dehydrated, and imperfections can be seen. Knowing that a change in lifestyle for the millennial will not be easy, Lancôme comes up with the next best thing: the Énergie de Vie solution.
Drawn from plan life-force sources, Lancôme Énergie de Vie is designed to refresh and energise, combatting the effects of fatigue—imagine a splash of fresh energy to your skin. It is formulated with goji berry, leaves of French Melissa and gentian, which nourishes, soothes and protects the skin. The result? A dewy fresh complexion with a healthy glow.
The star product of the line is the Smoothing and Glow-boosting Liquid Care. What makes this product unique is its delightfully light texture, highly moisturising properties and benefits as concentrated as a serum. Bid dullness farewell as this comprehensive, all-in-one skincare works its magic, leaving your skin fresh, hydrated and radiant.
Take a look at the rest of the Lancôme Énergie de Vie skincare line here:
Lancôme Énergie de Vie is now available at all Lancôme counters in departmental stores nationwide.
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